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East Barravullin, Barbreck, Lochgilphead, PA31 8QW

Offers Over - Under Offer


Closing date: 16 Aug 2019 12pm

Oban Office - 01631 566 122

*Closing Date set for Friday 16th August 2019 at 12 noon* An opportunity to acquire an exciting project comprising of a two-bedroom house with ruined cottages with approximately 1.5 Acres, set in a wonderful rural location

To make an enquiry, arrange a viewing or request a free market appraisal of your own property call Andrew Fuller on 01631 566 122 or contact Andrew via Email.




Under Offer


  • Two-bedroom detached house
  • Idyllic rural location
  • Far reaching countryside views
  • Refurbishment project
  • Land area extending to 1.5 Acres
  • Two ruined croft cottages included
  • Mature gardens
  • EPC - G01
  • Extending to approximately 1.5 Acres (0.61 Hectares)
  • Closing Date - 16 Aug 2019 12pm


***Closing Date set for Friday 16th August 2019 at 12 noon***

Nestled in the hills with open countryside views, East Barravullin offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a two-bedroom property with a land area of approximately 1.5 Acres. The property is of
poured concrete construction and sits under a traditional slate roof.

Entrance to the property is from the front, with an external door leading straight into a central hallway. The family lounge is located to the left, with a combined kitchen / dining room located
to the right. To the rear, a family bathroom sits within a more recent extension to the property.

Stairs lead from the hallway to the upper floor where two bedrooms offer accommodation with some built in storage space. Windows to the front give views across the mature front gardens.

The property is in need of complete renovation, but once completed could make a lovely family home. The extensive land area gives opportunity for those looking to extend or build, subject to the necessary planning consents.

Entrance to the property is off the A816 down a widened road leading to a gravel parking area. The remains of a car garage are evident, with the concrete foundation still in place. The plot area
extends to around 1.5 acres which includes a mature garden area surrounding the house. Somewhat overgrown at present, the garden features some exceptionally interesting shrubs and
other plants.

Adjacent to the main house, an ageing wooden workshop / garage has been used to store a mixture of garden tools and artefacts.

The property also includes the remains of two ruined croft cottages, each retaining the original stone features. These buildings offer scope for renovation, subject to the necessary planning consents. A pre-app has been submitted to Argyll and Bute Council and further information on this can be obtained from the sole selling agents. It should be noted that the land owner will retain right of access along the track to the fields, although the anticipated use is likely to be minimal. The purchaser will be responsible for the erection and maintenance of a stock-proof
fence and gates.


East Barravullin is set within Barbreck Estate, located near the village of Ardfern and only 15 miles north of Lochgilphead and 21 miles south of Oban.

Ardfern, a quiet coastal village, is located on the shores of Loch Craignish. It is home to the well-established Ardfern Yacht Centre, offering permanent moorings, berths and services for a
variety of yachts and watercraft. The village has a pre-school nursery, a primary school and a well-stocked general store and is home to the Craignish Village Hall, attracting touring theatre groups, performing artists and musicians from far and wide. The hall is also available to book for private events and parties.

The town of Lochgilphead is the administrative centre of Argyll and Bute. The town offers a variety of services and shops including a sports centre and library as well as professional offices,
supermarkets, high school and a hospital. The countryside around Lochgilphead is perfect for outdoor pursuits ranging from walking and mountain biking through to more challenging

The popular west coast town of Oban offers a comprehensive range of local amenities including shops, restaurants, banks, cafes and bars. For those looking to enjoy a more active lifestyle,
the town benefits from a large leisure centre, golf club and various gyms. Several sailing marinas are located within close proximity to the town. There are a number of primary schools and a well-respected high school, as well as a medical centre,
hospital, and churches of various denominations. Oban is an expanding port with an attractive sea front and a busy harbour from where ferries serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides.



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Important Notice

These sale particulars were prepared on the basis of information provided to us by our clients and/or our local knowledge. Whilst we make every reasonable effort to ensure that they are correct, no warranty or guarantee is given and prospective purchasers should not rely upon them as statements or representations of fact. Furthermore neither Bell Ingram LLP or its partners or employees assume any responsibility therefore. In particular:

  1. prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the structural condition of any buildings or other erections and the state of repair of any services, appliances, equipment or facilities;
  2. any photographs included in these particulars are for general information only and any furniture or contents shown in these photographs are not included in the sale unless this is expressly stated in these particulars; and
  3. any descriptions, measurements or dimensions quoted are approximate only and references to conditions, planning permissions, services, usage, construction, fittings & fixtures and moveable items are for guidance only.