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Status: For Sale
Lot 3, Bellevue Farm, Sliddery, North Ayrshire, Isle of Arran, KA27 8PB
For Sale, £45,000
  • Sizes:
  • 31282.2㎡,
  • 62.64 Acres,
  • 25.35 Hectares

Type: Purchase

For Sale


  • Idyllic land parcel
  • Near Sliddery Water
  • Shelter from woodland
  • Lapsed planning for a camping and caravan site
  • Good access from the public road
  • Approximately 3.13 Ha (7.73 acres)


Sliddery is a small hamlet, with a big community spirit, located at the rural south western tip of the island. Nearby Kilmory is an extension of the community, with a Primary School and a Village Hall which, in addition, offers a 24/7 Honesty Shop with an Arran Milk dispenser, plus weekly Post Office services, coffee mornings and much more ! The Lagg Hotel and Bar together with the Lagg Distillery, with its own café, offers locals and visitors a variety of dining and socialising options. Sliddery Supplies is a fantastic local family business with DIY Hardware, Homeware, Garden and Farming supplies. Finally, Arran’s Honesty Box provides seasonal vegetables and other treats all year round at the roadside. Sliddery is also on the Arran Coastal Path and a variety of other trails nearby, take you through wonderful forestry or stunning beaches.
Everything you need is easily accessible via the road network or bus service.

The High School is located in Lamlash to which pupils are
conveyed daily. The property is within easy reach of local
facilities at Blackwaterfoot, including Post office, newsagent,
butchers and general store. The renowned Kinloch Hotel
has a swimming pool, which is open to non-residents. The
Shiskine Golf Club is approximately 11 miles South West of
Brodick, off the A841 and at the western end of the B880
(known as “The String”) which traverses the island from the
main centre and ferry port of Brodick.
Brodick (the main village of Arran) has two larger Co-Op
supermarkets and a good range of further professional
services. Brodick is the port from which a regular daily sailing
service by Caledonian MacBrayne leads to the mainland
at Ardrossan. Ardrossan has a main line rail station, with
trains to Glasgow that connect with the ferry times, and is
approximately 30 miles from Glasgow City Centre. Prestwick
International Airport is 16 miles to the south of Ardrossan, with
Glasgow International Airport 24 miles east of Ardrossan


This idyllic parcel of land has a number of mature and seedling trees and shrubs providing a sheltered area which borders the Sliddery Water. Fishing rights are retained by the Arran Angling Association. For further information please refer to The land is accessed via metal field gate, with hard standing by the entrance. Planning consent was previously consented to 16/00127/PP for the establishment of new camping and caravan site with administration block, toilet & shower facility, storage shed, waste water treatment plant and access We understand that the planning consent has now lapsed and purchasers wishing to pursue any change of use from agricultural land are advised to seek planning advice. The land is predominantly Class 4.1 for agriculture according to the James Hutton Institute and may be suitable for equestrian or smallholding purposes. The vendor may consider variations of boundaries to suit the purchaser, subject to an acceptable offer. Please refer to the selling agents should you wish to discuss a variation to the proposed lotting plan. Please note that Lot 3 will not be sold in advance of Lot 1.


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