The accommodation is accessed from the front of the property via a hallway. The kitchen/dining room has a range of floor and wall mounted solid pine units, with AEG cooker, Siemens dishwasher, Bosch Fridge, Franke double sink, Morso Squirrel multi-fuel burning stove in tiled hearth and a polished wooden floor. A door leads to the rear lobby with access to the utility room which is fitted with wall units, stainless sink unit, Miele washing machine, tumble drier and freezer. There is a door to a bathroom with an electric shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin, rear door to the sun room/conservatory and two external doors. The conservatory is of a good size and looks out to the rear garden. Adjacent to the kitchen is the study/3rd bedroom with an internal window through to the conservatory. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is the well- appointed second bedroom with windows to front and cast iron fireplace.
A stair leads from the hallway to the first floor landing with views over the rear garden. The first floor sitting room benefits from exposed stone walls, multi-fuel burning stove with tiled hearth and views to the sea from the front and to the garden to the side. With views to the front and to the side, the master bedroom, with exposed stone walls, takes full advantage of the stunning views. The family bathroom is of neutral décor with a white suite and of good proportion.
A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a traditional 3 bedroom island house directly onto a sea set in the 48 acres of private grounds including a derelict cottage, direct access from the garden to sandy beaches and sheltered moorings on the Isle of Coll.
The property occupies a lovely secluded location on the island's south coast. Normal access to the property is by a half-mile long track from the island's B8070 road. There is vehicular access at present by Quad or RTV Buggy.
This island of Coll is a Dark Skies island with no light pollution and renowned for its tranquility.
It has numerous white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise water. The island is sprinkled with historic sites, rare wildlife and a diverse plant life.
It has numerous white sandy beaches and beautiful turquoise water. The island is sprinkled with historic sites, rare wildlife and a diverse plant life. There are ferry connections to the mainland (Oban) via Caledonian MacBrayne car ferries and there is a small airport with flights to Oban and Tiree (for connections to Glasgow flights), helicopter landing sites, and public moorings in Arinagour Bay.
There are frequent sightings of Basking Sharks and Minke whales, dolphins and many seals in the surrounding seas in front of the house and the island is a birdwatchers paradise.
In nearby Arinagour village there is a Doctor's surgery, Post Office and gift shop, general store, delicatessen, petrol station, Church, Hotel with a Café as well as a Craft and Art shop. There is also a well established Primary school and a vibrant Community Centre with a gym, sports hall and theatre facilities.