Sitting in a wonderful elevated position on the fringe of the island coastal village Arinagour, Ceol Na Mara offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a wonderful four-bedroom family house, offering spacious accommodation over a single level.
The house is accessed from the front parking area, with a large area of decking and path leading around the property to the main entrance. A welcoming central hallway gives access to the living areas, with a family lounge located on the
left-hand side. The lounge incorporates an open fireplace set within a stone surround, creating a focal point and offering warmth and comfort in equal measure.
To the front of the property a spacious dining area
opens through to a fitted kitchen, with floor and wall units complimented by a range of appliances.
Accommodation is provided by way of four double bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite bathroom complete with two-piece bathroom suite and shower enclosure. The family bathroom is also accessed from the central hallway, with a storage cupboard in the hallway
completing the property layout.
Ceol Na Mara is a delightful island property and is offered with a selection of furniture, available by separate negotiation. It has been operated as a holiday home in recent times, offering scope for significant secondary income.
Ceol Na Mara is located in an elevated position on the fringe of the idyllic coastal village of Arinagour on the Isle of Coll.
The property is within walking distance from the ferry terminal, giving easy access to Oban and beyond. A fenced garden surrounds the property, rising to the rear, with most areas laid to lawn. To the front, a large area of wooden decking creates a wonderful place to entertain family and friends.
An area to the front has been set aside for the parking of two vehicles.
Ceol na Mara is located on the edge of Arinagour village where there is a church, post office, doctors surgery, general store and gift shop. There is also a well-established primary school, award-winning hotel and a vibrant community centre with a sports hall and theatre facilities.
The Isle of Coll enjoys a rugged beauty and an enviable wildlife population including corncrakes, geese, waders, seals and otters. There are frequent sightings of basking sharks, minke whales, dolphins and seals in the surrounding
waters. The island enjoys official Dark Sky status with no light pollution to speak of and is renowned for its tranquillity.
The Island is connected to the mainland via either a regular Caledonian MacBrayne vehicular ferry which takes approximately 160 minutes from Oban or by a regular scheduled air service from Oban which takes approximately 30 minutes.