The Land by Corranbeg offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a wild and remote area of ground situated high above the popular coastal village of Ardfern. The land benefits from magnificent sea views across Loch Craignish and the surrounding countryside. It should be noted that the land is completely undeveloped and the asking price reflects the current lack of planning status.
The mains water supply pipe for the village of Ardfern crosses the ground with the settling tank and a small associated building lying immediately adjacent to the site. Mains water should therefore be available to the site and there is ample room to install a septic tank and soakaway within the bounds of the property.
The subjects of sale have no planning consent, but furtherinformation can be obtained from the local authority asdetailed below:
Argyll and Bute Council,
Argyll and Bute,
T: 01546 602127
Ardfern is a sleepy coastal village 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 is home to a general store, as well as 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. Ardfern is within easy commuting distance from Lochgilphead and Oban, making it a popular coastal location for families looking to enjoy a more rural lifestyle.
The town of Lochgilphead, approximately 17 miles away, 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, highschool and a hospital. The countryside around Lochgilphead is perfect for outdoor pursuits ranging from walking and mountain biking through to more challenging activities.
The popular west coast town of Oban is located approximately 24 miles to the north and offers a comprehensive range oflocal 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.