The house is a stone built Victorian manse built by the town clerk as his family home, situated on the Victorian pedestrian promenade, with vehicle access to the rear; the rooms are all large and the south facing views down the green clad Clyde hills gives a magnificent panorama towards the islands of Arran, Bute and the Cambrae isles. The house is presently split into 2 flats, both with three bedrooms, would convert into a large family home, or in the now lapsed planning permission the whole house was to be used as a hostel, though the Scottish tourist board, Visit Scotland, said they would prefer that only the upper half of the house to be used as the hostel. Estimate an income of 50k to 70k net could be achieved just from the upper flat, in addition to retaining the lower half of the house as a family home. Whilst also having the option of future development. The rear garden can accommodate 18 cars. Little structure work needed ,just compliance with latest regs. This will be the only backpackers hostel in the whole of the Cowal peninsular, about one hour from Glasgow and 40 minutes from the airport. Visit Scotland strongly supported us. we need £330,000 to be able to walk away. the price of a semi in London !
David Wilkinson, Englemere, 68 Victoria parade, Dunoon, PA23 7HU. Tel 01369703500 Mob 07580017099 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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