31 Toberonochy Village, Toberonochy, Oban, PA34 4UE

Guide Price

£175,000

  • SB210-1101S
  • House
  • For Sale
  • 1
  • 1
  • 1
  • A
  • Freehold
  • Argyll and Bute

A wonderful opportunity to acquire a traditional, one bedroom island cottage, sitting in a rural location within the idyllic coastal village of Toberonochy on the Isle of Luing.

View payable LBTT Calculator for this property

Andrew Fuller

Oban

01631 566 122
Contact now
  • Book Viewing
  • Floor plan 1

    Floor plan 2

    Floor plan 3

    Floor plan 4

    Floor plan 5

    Floor plan 6

    Floor plan 7

    X






      Overview

      • • One bedroom with two additional attic rooms
      • • Idyllic island location
      • • Traditional cottage in central village location
      • • Enclosed garden to the rear
      • • Sizable garden to the front with parking for two vehicles
      • • Family home or holiday cottage potential
      • • Category B Listed Building
      • • EPC Rating F32

      Set within the tranquil village of Toberonochy on the picturesque Isle of, Luing, 31 Toberonochy offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a traditional island cottage, offering family accommodation over two levels.

      The property is entered from the front elevation, with the main entrance door leading into a central hallway. To the left, a glazed door leads through to a combined kitchen and dining room. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and floor cabinets, with space allocated for a freestanding cooker. A window to the rear of the kitchen gives views out to the rear garden, while a door gives access to the rear garden. A cupboard within the kitchen houses the immersion heater.

      Positioned adjacent to the kitchen, a family lounge sits within a newer extension to the original property. This room enjoys a bright and airy feel - flooded with natural daylight thanks to a combination of dual aspect windows and a pair of French doors, which open out to the rear garden. A woodburning stove sits within the fireplace , offering warmth and comfort in equal measure. Partial sea views are visible from the front window.

      To the right of the hallway, a ground floor bedroom enjoys views to both front and rear gardens. Also accessed from the hallway, the family bathroom is fitted with a full-size bath, WC and freestanding wash basin.

      A ladder-type staircase ascends from the hallway to the upper floor, where a central landing links two upper floor rooms, currently configured to provide accommodation. Each of the rooms enjoys natural daylight thanks to Velux windows.

      It should be noted that the property does require modernisation in places. Interested parties are advised to review the contents of the Home Report.

      The property is Category B-Listed. Further information on this can be found via the following link, https://portal.historicenvironment.scot/designation/LB12198.

      The property is served by a tarmac access road, giving access to a parking area to the front of the property. The gardens extend away from the property, with a lower terrace area planted with a selection of mature shrubs and plants, offering a seasonal display throughout the year.

      A gravel pathway extends around the property to the rear garden, a peaceful courtyard offering privacy for those wishing to sit outdoors.

      Lying to the South of Oban, the Inner Hebridean island of Luing is one of the famous slate islands on Argyll’s scenic west coast. The island offers excellent opportunities for walking, sailing and fishing and is a haven for wildlife. With a population of approximately 180, it is one of the most accessible of all the Western Isles.

      The ferry service operates every 30 minutes, taking less than five minutes, connecting Luing to Seil and the mainland. Luing benefits from a range of amenities including a local shop, post office, primary school and church. The Atlantic Islands Centre provides a community hub for the people of Luing and an exciting heritage, arts and coffee shop/restaurant visitor attraction.

      A trained team of first responders are on call to respond to any medical emergencies on the island with Easdale’s Medical Practice, approximately 7 miles away, open Monday to Friday.

      The main local centre is Oban, approximately 16 miles to the north, where secondary schooling is available. It is an extremely attractive and popular tourist destination with a good range of retail outlets, professional services, a leisure centre, cinema and hospital. The town is home to the principal Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal which offers regular services to the Inner and Outer Hebrides. The town’s railway station sees trains operate several times a day to Glasgow and beyond.

    • Book Viewing
    • Floor plan 1

      Floor plan 2

      Floor plan 3

      Floor plan 4

      Floor plan 5

      Floor plan 6

      Floor plan 7

      EPC Graph

    • Book Viewing
    • Floor plan 1

      Floor plan 2

      Floor plan 3

      Floor plan 4

      Floor plan 5

      Floor plan 6

      Floor plan 7

      Maps

    • Book Viewing
    • Floor plan 1

      Floor plan 2

      Floor plan 3

      Floor plan 4

      Floor plan 5

      Floor plan 6

      Floor plan 7

      The property is located on the Island of Luing. From Oban, take the A816 Soroba Road towards Campbeltown. After approximately 7 miles, turn right onto the B844, signposted to Easdale, Balvicar and Atlantic Bridge. At the village of Balvicar, stay left onto the B8033, signposted to Luing and follow the road for 1.7 miles, arriving at the ferry terminal. Upon disembarking the ferry at Luing, Follow the island road for approximately 4 miles, arriving at the coastal village of Toberonochy. Continue through the village, bearing in the centre of the village, heading past the village hall. 31 Toberonochy is the last house on the road. Parking is available to the front of the house.