Traigh Mhor, Kirkapol, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6TW

Guide Price

£275,000

  • SA710-1101S
  • House
  • For Sale
  • 4
  • 1
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  • C
  • Freehold
  • Argyll and Bute

A rare opportunity to acquire a traditional four-bedroom island cottage set in a rural location on the ever-popular Isle of Tiree and benefitting from far-reaching coastal views.

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Andrew Fuller

Oban

01631 566 122
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      Overview

      • • Traditional four-bedroom croft cottage
      • • Ideal family home with holiday let potential
      • • Much sought-after rural island location
      • • Attached garage and storage shed
      • • Fenced garden area
      • • Far-reaching coastal views
      • • Central island setting
      • • Ruined croft building offers scope for development
      • • EPC Rating F22

      Traigh Mhor offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a traditional two storey stone property, sitting under a slate roof. Originally a traditional croft house, the property was de-crofted in 1979 and has remained under the same family ownership since 1981.

      This charming property provides family accommodation over two floors and offers far-reaching coastal views. Located on the ground floor, the lounge enjoys triple aspect windows and is warmed through by a wood burning fire / stove set into a fire surround. This welcoming space enjoys far-reaching views across the surrounding countryside to the coast.

      The fitted kitchen benefits from electric hob and oven, dishwasher, below counter separate fridge and freezer. The room is warmed through by a woodburning stove, with dining area large enough to accommodate an eight-seater dining table.

      Also located on the ground floor, the family bathroom features a full-sized bath with electric shower. A boot room is accessed from the hallway, benefitting from a hanging area for coats also housing the tumble dryer.

      Accommodation is located on the first floor, with three bedrooms accessed from a central landing. A twin bedroom is located to the front of the property, benefitting from a lockable storage room. The middle bedroom is large enough to accommodate a double bed. To the rear of the house, a second double bedroom gives access to the fourth bedroom, a smaller single room, completing the property layout.

      Traigh Mhor benefits from an enclosed garden and attached garage, with one coal shed attached to the house. Adjacent to the property, the remains of older outbuildings offers scope for development. A pre-application for a single storey two bedroom house was deemed favourable however a full planning application is required prior to any development.

      The gardens are fenced around the perimeter, mainly laid to lawn. A gated access to the front gives pedestrian access, with a larger gated entrance giving vehicle access to the garage.

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      From Oban, take the Calmac ferry to Tiree, arriving at the port of Scarinish. Upon alighting the ferry, follow the road up towards the village where it meets the main island road. Turn right and follow the island road along the sea front. After approximately 1 mile, turn right into a track marked Kirkapol House, a former Victorian Church. Follow the track to the right of the house, continuing up the hill to Traigh Mhor. A grass track leads to parking adjacent to the property.