Stunning views over Loch Linnhe and the surrounding hills
Croftland included, extending to 1.61 ha (3.98 acres or thereby)
Plot extending 0.114 ha (0.28 acre)
Planning in Principal for a 1½ story detached property
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Situated in a quiet setting on the coast of Appin, a picturesque village midway between Oban and Ballachulish. Bounded to the west by Loch Linnhe, with Loch Creran situated further south and enjoying stunning seascapes with rugged and mountainous inland scenery. This beautiful spot overlooks Loch Linnhe and is a short drive to one of Scotland’s iconic ruined castles, Castle Stalker, which occupies one of the tiny surrounding rock island.
Situated in a quiet, setting on the coast of Appin, a picturesque village on a secluded peninsula midway between Oban and Ballachulish. Bounded to the west by Loch Linnhe, and enjoying stunning seascapes with rugged and mountainous inland scenery. This picturesque spot over looks Loch Linnhe and has stunning mountain scenery beyond. One of Scotland’s iconic ruined castles, Castle Stalker, occupies one of the tiny rock island and is only a few minutes’ drive from the plot. Appin is a semi-rural village location yet within easy reach of local amenities to include cafes, restaurants with bar and touring/camping park. This is an established and vibrant community, many of whom support and engage in various activities at the local Community Hall to include regular coffee mornings, bowls and a community choir. There is a well-respected primary school, two churches as well as bus connections to and from Oban and Fort William with connections to Glasgow and Inverness. The village is generally serviced by nearby Ballachulish which has amenities to include a well-stocked supermarket, coffee shop, a public house/restaurant, a number of guest houses and a hotel. The plot is well situated to take advantage of other amenities on offer in the area to include Barcaldine and Cuil Bay, a well-known beauty spot popular for water sports enthusiasts.
Plot 2 extends to approximately 0.114 ha (0.28 acre) and has the benefit of planning permission in principal under Argyll & Bute Council planning references 16/02021/ppp, full details are available from the Council Planning Website:
The successful purchaser will be required to satisfy themselves on the availability of services. In addition to the plot there is croftland included in with the sale. The successful purchaser will have the opportunity to acquire the Landlord and Tenant’s interest in the Croft.
Plots 1 & 2, Lettershuna, Appin, Argyll & Bute PA38 4BN. From Fort William head South on the A82. Drive through the village of Onich and continue over the Ballachulish Bridge. At the roundabout take the A828 Oban Road. Continue along the A828 passing through Kentallen and Duror. On reaching the sign post for Appin continue for approximately ½ mile the plot is situated on the left hand side. There is parking opposite the plot. A sign post for the Hotel sits towards the far end of the croftland/plot.
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