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An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire a substantial former bank building that has been converted into professional office accommodation in a prominent location close to the centre of Campbeltown. Spread over three floors, and with Class 2 consent, this building is suitable for a professional SME looking to establish a strong presence. Alternatively, as an investment it would make an ideal serviced office. Located within the Local Development Plan a planning application for alternative use would be favourably looked upon to attract investment.

Campbeltown is situated on the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula. Once known as the whisky capital of the world today it now has 3 active distilleries. With a natural deep harbour, the town still retains a fishing fleet and is also a safe haven for local and visiting yachtsmen. The main pier has recently been extended to accommodate larger cargo vessels and a popular new seasonal ferry service to Ardrossan has also been introduced. The local airport is about 2 miles outside the town and during the week if offers two flights daily to Glasgow (30 mins). Glasgow is some 137 miles away (3 hours by car). Campbeltown has an excellent range of shopping facilities including a number of galleries, craft shops, independent retailers and 2 supermarkets. There are two primary and one secondary schools in the town. There are 2 banks, a library, an award-winning art deco cinema and large leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. For golf lovers there are 3 18 hole courses close by including the championship links course at Machrihanish and also the recently opened Machrihanish Dunes course. There are plenty of other outdoor pursuits close by including sailing, loch and sea angling, wind surfing, walking and horse riding.

The property is situated on the west side of Castlehill which is an extension of the Main Street within the town centre. The building occupies a prominent position at the junction with Lorne Street in close proximity to the Sheriff Court. Lorne Street forms part of an arterial route through the town centre leading west towards Machrihanish.



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£150,000

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Castlehill, Campbeltown, PA28

An excellent opportunity has arisen to acquire a substantial former bank building that has been converted into professional office accommodation in a prominent location close to the centre of Campbeltown. Spread over three floors, and with Class 2 consent, this building is suitable for a professional SME looking to establish a strong presence. Alternatively, as an investment it would make an ideal serviced office. Located within the Local Development Plan a planning application for alternative use would be favourably looked upon to attract investment.

Campbeltown is situated on the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula. Once known as the whisky capital of the world today it now has 3 active distilleries. With a natural deep harbour, the town still retains a fishing fleet and is also a safe haven for local and visiting yachtsmen. The main pier has recently been extended to accommodate larger cargo vessels and a popular new seasonal ferry service to Ardrossan has also been introduced. The local airport is about 2 miles outside the town and during the week if offers two flights daily to Glasgow (30 mins). Glasgow is some 137 miles away (3 hours by car). Campbeltown has an excellent range of shopping facilities including a number of galleries, craft shops, independent retailers and 2 supermarkets. There are two primary and one secondary schools in the town. There are 2 banks, a library, an award-winning art deco cinema and large leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. For golf lovers there are 3 18 hole courses close by including the championship links course at Machrihanish and also the recently opened Machrihanish Dunes course. There are plenty of other outdoor pursuits close by including sailing, loch and sea angling, wind surfing, walking and horse riding.

The property is situated on the west side of Castlehill which is an extension of the Main Street within the town centre. The building occupies a prominent position at the junction with Lorne Street in close proximity to the Sheriff Court. Lorne Street forms part of an arterial route through the town centre leading west towards Machrihanish.