Plain sail­ing on the Clyde coast


YOU don’t have to own a boat to live in Inverkip but for those who have an in­ter­est in sail­ing – or sim­ply want to live close to wa­ter – the vil­lage’s

Kip Ma­rina is one of Scot­land’s finest, with 600 berths, as­so­ci­ated marine ser­vices and a pop­u­lar bar and restau­rant. Fac­tor in the vil­lage’s other ameni­ties, in­clud­ing a pri­mary school, his­toric ho­tel, rail­way sta­tion and close prox­im­ity to the A78/M8 for di­rect ac­cess to Glas­gow city cen­tre, and it’s easy to see why this vil­lage on the Clyde coast en­tices house buy­ers away from the ur­ban sprawl.

Newly on the mar­ket, The Mead­ows is an ex­ec­u­tive de­tached villa within the vil­lage that ben­e­fits from im­pres­sive di­men­sions, with ac­com­mo­da­tion span­ning over 3,000 square feet, and

The Mead­ows of­fers over 3,000 square feet of ac­com­mo­da­tion with mag­nif­i­cent views of the ma­rina, Firth of Clyde and beyond to Ar­gyll

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