Development Opportunity, Helensburgh
Close to town centre amenities

46 Grant Street, Helensburgh
G84 7QW


The subjects comprise a complex of halls together with ancillary accommodation on a sloping site extending to approximately 0.30 acres or thereby.



The property is located on the east most side of Grant Street approximately midway from the intersections with King Street East to the south and Argyle Street East to the north.

Helensburgh is a popular commuter suburb lying some 22 miles north west of Glasgow city centre to which there are good road and rail connections.



Approximately 0.30 acres or thereby.



Offers are invited for the benefit of the Feuhold interest in the site.


Each party will be liable for their own legal expenses in connection with any transaction.



Strictly by prior appointment with the sole letting agent:

Alistair Macleod
Freeman Macleod Ltd.
10 Newton Place,
Glasgow, G3 7PR

Tel: 0141-353-3502/07768 931 180



Details prepared April 2022.

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Freeman Macleod Ltd. for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that:


(i)    While these particulars have been carefully prepared their accuracy is not warranted.  Details may change after these

particulars have been prepared due to circumstances out with our control.

(ii)   All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and any other

details, are given without responsibility and any intended purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statement or

representation of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection, or otherwise, as to the correctness of them.

(iii)  No person in the employment of Freeman Macleod Ltd. has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty

whatever in relation to the property.

(iv)  All prices, premiums and rents quoted are exclusive of VAT.

(v)   These particulars are provided for record purposes only and are not intended to create, nor to be relied upon as creating, any contractual relationship or commitment.  Any contract shall only be entered into by way of an exchange of correspondence with our clients’ solicitors.


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