Set in a secluded, elevated position with far reaching views across West Loch Tarbert, the Land South West of Kilchamaig comprises of a parcel of land suitable for two dwellings, with each extending to around 0.1 Ha (0.25 Acres). Planning
Permission in Principal was granted on 3rd November 2017 for the erection of two dwelling houses. More details on this can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website using reference 17/02882/PPP. Alternatively, details can be made
available from the sole selling agents by request.
Access to both plots will be from a newly constructed shared private track leading through the surrounding farmland, with a private entrance leading into each plot.
The plots command a prime position and benefit from far reaching views across the unspoilt countryside to West Loch Tarbert and the hills beyond. They offer scope for the construction of bespoke family homes. Additional land may be
available upon request.
The picturesque countryside and traditional communities of the West Coast of Scotland make this area popular with those seeking a change of lifestyle. Viewing is recommended.
Services to the plot are not currently connected,
however water and electricity services are located within the vicinity. Connection of services will be at the expense of the purchaser. Interested parties should make their own enquiries.
Land South West of Kilchamaig Gate is located in Whitehouse, a hamlet on the Kintyre peninsula, situated only 7 miles south of the coastal village of Tarbert.
Tarbert is one of the most attractive fishing villages in Argyll, with its colourful harbour attracting commercial vessels and pleasure craft throughout the year. It supports a number of
shops, pubs, hotels and restaurants plus a high-performing state school offering primary and secondary education. There is a short 9-hole golf course. Kintyre also has two major golf courses at Machrihanish, including the Machrihanish Links
one of the finest links in the country and voted one of the top 50 courses in the UK.
The plot(s) is conveniently located for exploring Kintyre and wider Argyll. The area boasts fishing, walking and other outdoor pursuits in abundance. The region is peppered with excellent sea angling, fly fishing and coarse fishing opportunities in
some wonderfully picturesque locations, be the rivers, the sea or freshwater lochs. Loch Fyne is popular with sailors, who have the options of a leisurely, navigable route, via the Crinan Canal to the Inner Hebrides, or a longer sail, via Kilbrannan
Sound and round the famous Mull of Kintyre.
A regular ferry service operates to the famous whisky isle of Islay from Kennacraig, just 2 miles north of the plots. The ferry terminal at Claonaig, to the east, provides crossings to the Isle of Arran. Portavadie and the Cowal Peninsula are just a
short ferry journey, from Tarbert, across Loch Fyne. The area is very quiet with many walks and areas for cycling. A bus service to Oban, Glasgow and beyond passes the plots on a regular basis. There are also regular flights available from
Machrihanish to Glasgow. The island of Gigha is also easily accessible, with regular ferries leaving from Tayinloan, just 10 miles from the plots.
The town of Lochgilphead, approximately 11 miles to the north of Tarbert, is the administrative centre of Argyll and Bute. The town offers a variety of amenities and shops including a sports centre and library as well as professional offices, supermarkets and a hospital.