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Campbeltown property portfolio for sale

2bed and 3 bed flat
campbeltown

2 UK properties for only £26,250 per property. 

Being sold together. 

Property 1: 
3 bedroom flat in Campbeltown
Vacant
Freehold
Priced at £26,250. 
Could rent for £693 per month based on LHA rates.
Potential 31.68% rental yield. 

Property 2: 
2 bedroom flat in Campbeltown. 
Vacant.
Freehold
Priced at £26,250.
Could rent for £598 per month based on LHA rates. 
Potential 27.34% rental yield. 

The properties are both located in Campbeltown close to all of the town centre amenities as well as the airport and ferry terminal. 

About Campbeltown

Discover Campbeltown

Nestled on the picturesque Kintyre Peninsula in Scotland, Campbeltown is a hidden gem waiting to be explored. From its rich history to its thriving economy and vibrant community, there's something for everyone in this charming coastal town.

Economy

Campbeltown boasts a diverse and resilient economy, with a strong emphasis on industries such as fishing, farming, and, of course, whisky production. The town's historic ties to the whisky industry have led to the establishment of several renowned distilleries, making Campbeltown the whisky capital of Scotland. Additionally, Campbeltown's strategic location as a port town has facilitated trade and commerce, contributing to its economic prosperity.

Tourism

With its stunning natural beauty and abundance of attractions, Campbeltown is a haven for tourists seeking adventure and relaxation alike. From exploring ancient castles and picturesque beaches to embarking on scenic hikes along the rugged coastline, there's no shortage of things to see and do in this captivating town. Visitors can also immerse themselves in the rich maritime history of Campbeltown at the Heritage Centre or indulge in a tasting tour at one of the local distilleries.

Community and Culture

At the heart of Campbeltown lies its warm and welcoming community, known for its strong sense of camaraderie and spirit. The town hosts a variety of cultural events and festivals throughout the year, celebrating everything from traditional music and dance to local art and cuisine. Whether you're a resident or a visitor, you'll feel right at home amidst the friendly faces and lively atmosphere of Campbeltown.

Whisky

No visit to Campbeltown would be complete without sampling its world-famous whiskies. Home to several historic distilleries, including Springbank and Glen Scotia, Campbeltown offers whisky enthusiasts the opportunity to tour distilleries, learn about the whisky-making process, and of course, enjoy a wee dram or two of Scotland's finest single malts.

Transport Links

Campbeltown is easily accessible by road and air, with its own airport. Additionally, the town is well-connected by ferry, providing convenient access to nearby islands and coastal communities. Its proximity to other villages, towns, and cities makes it the perfect base for exploring the diverse landscapes and attractions of the Kintyre Peninsula and beyond.

Plan Your Visit

Whether you're seeking adventure, relaxation, or a taste of Scotland's rich cultural heritage, Campbeltown has it all. With its thriving economy, vibrant community, and abundance of attractions, it's no wonder that Campbeltown continues to captivate visitors from near and far. Start planning your trip today and discover all that this enchanting town has to offer!

McLean Place

Kirk Street

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