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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

18 Cullipool Village, Oban, Argyll PA34 4UB

Under Offer £140,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautifully presented home with no need of updating
  • Direct access to the beach
  • Sea Views
  • Mains water, electricity and broadband
  • Parking next to house

Full description

3 bed Detached Cottage, Cullipool Village, Oban, Argyll, PA34

Guide Price £140,000

-Beautifully presented home with no need of updating
-Direct access to the beach
-Sea Views
-Deep window sills throughout the ground floor.
-Living room with dining and kitchen areas.
-Downstairs bathroom.
-Night storage heating, double glazing and plenty of power points.
-Mains water, electricity and broadband.
-Modern private septic tank.
-Long garden with shoulder-high wall, overlooking the shore.
-Immediate possession; no onward chain.
-Warm; good insulation and thick walls.
-Parking next to house.
-Peaceful rural hamlet.

Slate-roofed 1 + 2 bedroomed cottage on W. coast of island 5 mins off W. coast Scotland. Downstairs bathroom, living room with dining and kitchen areas. Slate walled garden, 75′ long, to shore. Shed. Shop, P.O., school, church, 2 village halls and cafe.

The Island of Luing, pronounced “Ling”, 16 miles from Oban with its railway, shops and schools, is a 5 minute car ferry from Seil.

It is 7 miles long and some 2 miles wide, with a population of 175. Sheep and Luing cattle are farmed here. There are 2 villages.

The property is in a beautiful location on the west coast of Luing, in the conservation village of Cullipool, which has about 45 cottages and lies at the end of the road.

Built some 150 years ago, the cottage has been completely refurbished to a very high standard.
It is a 1 bedroomed cottage with 2 fine attic bedrooms, with views west out to sea.

Main Description.

Front door to entrance hall.
2.20 x 2.10m at widest. Doors off to living room on the left, bedroom and bathroom to the right. Alcove for coats and shoes. Night storage heater. Stair ladder to first floor.

Living room.
4.35 x 3.70m. Dual aspect windows, east to street and west to garden wall and the sea. Room for sofa and armchairs, table and chairs, and a kitchen area with fitted cupboards below and wall-mounted. Room for fridge-freezer, full cooker, washing machine and microwave oven. Extractor hood. Night storage heater.

Bedroom 1.
3.45 x 2.50m. Window to west. Wall-mounted heater. Room for double bed plus wardrobe etc.

1.70 x 1.88m. Window (frosted) to east. Heated towel rail. Bath with power shower over, fully tiled. W.C. and hand basin.

First Floor.
2m height in centre, to .75m under the eaves. (Building regs say this is “attic storage”). Carpets throughout.

Door to bedroom.
2.95 x 3.70m. Skylights east over village to hills, west over the garden to the Garvellach Islands, Mull, the lighthouse and the open Atlantic. Room for double or twin beds, chests of drawers, etc. Also makes a light-filled snug/studio. Wall-mounted electric radiator.

Landing bedroom.
2.95 x 3.45m. Includes cupboard with emersion heater and water tank. Skylight to west; looks out the same view as before. Twin beds, or makes a good study. Easy to curtain off if privacy required. Wall-mounted electric radiator.

There is a path and grassed area round 3 sides.
The garden lies to the west of the cottage, 5m. away, across a lane leading to 4 cottages.

Overlooks the shore, so the sound of waves on the beach accompanies gardening or relaxing.
Bound by a fine shoulder-high slate wall, it is 25 x 7 m. approx, with shrubs, lawn, strawberry bed and a shed.

There is a separate slate-built coal shed, also 5m. from the cottage, in need of a roof.

Ample off-road parking, by the garden and on the front and side of the cottage.

The island.
There is a lively community life, with a choice of ceidlhis, concerts, cinema club, exhibitions, cafe, sewing club, zumba and keep fit, skiffing round the islands and more.

The shop and post office sells “everything”, including local meat and cheeses, crafts, household goods wines, etc.
Wildlife here includes hares, otters, deer, seals and occasional dolphins ; buzzards, different gulls, ducks, sea eagles and gannets (in stormy weather). Wrens live in the garden wall, and there is a wide variety of other garden birds.

The fishermen here can provide prawns, scallops and lobsters if you ask nicely.

-Council tax; Band B
-Mains water.
-Private, modern septic tank.
-Telephone and broadband (reasonable speed).

Viewing by appointment only please contact a member of the iMoveEstates team to arrange.

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Added on Rightmove:
26 May 2016

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