Offers over £175,000
Land for sale in Main Street, Fintry, Glasgow G63
Land for sale in Main Street, Fintry, Glasgow G63, Offers over: £175,000. Freehold, Prime Development Site, Planning previously granted for 1 x 3 bed detached villa + 2 semi’s
Estate Agent Details:
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Estate Agent Name:
G & S Properties
Estate Agent Phone Number:
0141 376 1662
Estate Agent Address:
Exchange House, 50 Drymen Road, Bearsden, Glasgow
Main Street, Fintry, Glasgow G63
Estate Agent Description
G & S Properties are delighted to present to the market a prime development site in Fintry. These plots seldom come to the market and are well sought after.
The plot is c. 1⁄2 acre and planning permission was originally granted (now lapsed) for 3 bespoke, architecturally designed properties – 1 x 3 bed detached and 2 x 3 bed semis, being 1 1⁄2 storeys with parking and garden space. See plans attached.
The picturesque village of Fintry sits on the strath of the Endrick Water in a valley between the Campsie Fells and the Fintry hills.
Fintry is located 16 miles south-west of Stirling and around 19 miles north of Glasgow and the plot is within a short walk to the Loup of Fintry and Carron Valley Forest.
To safeguard the distinctive historical form and character, Fintry has been designated a Conservation Area by Stirling Council. Fintry Conservation Area is centred on Main Street, set out on the south bank of the river across the Fintry Bridge from the original Culcreuch mill site.
There is a primary school in the village with a nursery class annex. Fintry is within the catchment for Balfron High School and a school bus is provided. Public transport is provided by the Stirling Council Demand Responsive Transport “Taxi” Service. There is a village hall, Menzies Hall, which is home to the Fintry Amateur Dramatic Society.
The village has a Sports Club, including a 4-rink indoor bowling hall, gym, shop, bar and restaurant and hosts a number of events. The rugby pitches are home to Strathendrick Rugby Club
The village pub, The Fintry Inn, reopened recently after being bought by a local family. The redecorated pub is also home to a new micro-brewery, Mosaik Brewing.
You are welcome to visit the site at any time and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the office