The cheapest and most expensive properties for sale in ‘Scotland’s best place to live’

The Isle of Bute was recently named the best place to live in Scotland.

Sunday Times’ Best Places to Live named the Isle champion based on a number of factors including schools, transport, health of the high street, green spaces and even broadband.

A total of seven Scottish areas were named among the best places to live UK wide.

The Isle of Bute has been named the best place to live in Scotland.

The list described the Isle of Bute by saying: “Island life with a difference takes pride of place in Scotland. Just 90 minutes from Glasgow, Bute stands head and shoulders above all the other Scottish Islands for commutability, and it’s full of adventurous locals fizzing with ideas to make their neighborhoods shine.”

In light of the announcement, we took a look at the most and least expensive home currently for sale on the Isle of Bute.

According to Halifax, the average property price in the area is £155,000.

Most expensive home on the Isle of Bute property market at the moment

This magnificent B Listed semi-detached Victorian style villa is currently the most expensive home on the Isle of Bute property market.

The four-bedroom home is situated on the seafront and boasts the most stunning sea views of Loch Striven and over the Clyde Estuary.

Beautifully presented, the home is the perfect combination of traditional and modern works.

With original features including bay windows, detailed ceiling roses and intricate cornices, the property is truly impressive.

The living room features a stunning marble fireplace with an inset living flame gas fire and the large kitchen/dining area is perfect for entertaining family and friends.

Just off the kitchen, there is a large garden room bathed in natural light from patio doors on either side – the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sun.

Surrounding the property are spacious gardens with an out-house in the back and amazing sea-views from the front.

The property is situated in a highly desirable area and is within walking distance of the main town of Rothesay.

The home is on the market for offers over £350,000.

You can see the full listing on the Bute Property website, here.

Cheapest home on the market on the Isle of Bute

On the market for offers over £37,000, this two bedroom flat could be the ideal project for someone looking to purchase on the Isle of Bute.

The fixer-upper flat requires upgrading throughout but with such a great price tag, it could be perfect for a first-time buyer, a property developer or someone looking to downsize.

The seldom available property has views towards Kames Bay, gas central heating and double glazing throughout.

The property benefits from two good-sized bedrooms with one located to the rear with built-in storage and also comes with a private section of garden to the rear.

The second bedroom is located to the front of the flat.

Situation in Port Bannatyne, a coastal village on the Isle of Bute, the areas offer a quieter alternative to the main town of Rothesay.

Port Bannatyne is a popular harbour, with a small yacht marina and a boatyard.

The area even has an unusual 13-hole golf course.

You can view the listing in full, here.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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