Set in an elevated position in the sleepy coastal village of Craobh Haven, the plot comprises of one parcel of land extending to around 0.163 Ha (0.4 acres).
The plot benefits from impressive sea views to the South West, overlooking the bay to Eilean Arsa and beyond to Luing and Scarba. It is situated at the end of a quiet, shared access road, and benefits from direct access to the beach through a gate adjacent to the bottom of the land.
Draft architectural design concepts have been completed to show the house orientation and potential land usage.
Planning Permission in Principal was granted on 26th April 2018 for the erection of a single dwelling house. More details on this can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website using reference 18/00878/PPP. Alternatively, details can be made available from the sole selling agents by request.
The Building Plot occupies a spectacular position overlooking the marina of Craobh Haven, a popular destination for west coast sailors.
The views from the land are exceptional and include vistas over the islands of Shuna, Luing, Scarba, Mull and Jura. Craobh Haven is situated just off the A816 trunk road, which connects Lochgilphead to the south (17 miles) with Oban to
the north (22 miles). There are local amenities associated with the marina, including the Lord of the Isles bar/restaurant and a small village store attached.
Kilmelford has a village shop, post office, and a hotel and Ardfern also has a village shop and marina. Oban is the main ferry port for Argyll and the south western Highlands and Islands of Scotland and it lies 22 miles to the north of
As an important centre of commerce, Oban provides a wide variety of retailers, wholesalers, professional services, a hospital, secondary school with sports and leisure facilities, and a ferry terminal with daily services to a range of islands
including Mull and the Outer Hebrides.