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An Arrochar car park leased by Argyll and Bute Council has been placed on the market – for an asking price of £150,000.
Property consultancy Galbraith is handling the sale of what it describes in sales literature as ‘a prime 4.3 acre site with an active car park at Arrochar, Argyll and Bute’.
Harry Graham of Galbraith said: ‘The land includes an area developed as a car park and potentially offers the opportunity for alternative development, subject to the necessary planning permissions.’
The site extends to approximately 1.74 hectares (4.3 acres) in total, with approximately one hectare (2.47 acres) of grassland overlooking Loch Long.
A council spokesperson said: ‘The car park is owned by Luss Estates and it is the one nearer Arrochar. It has been leased to the council for a number of years but the lease has expired and Luss Estates has decided to market the property for sale.
‘The council has agreed with Luss Estates to continue to operate the car park in the meantime until the outcome of the marketing process is known.’