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Land West Of Barran Caltunn Cottage, Glencruitten, Oban, PA34 4QB

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Oban Office - 01631 566 122

An excellent opportunity to acquire building plot on the outskirts of Oban, in an elevated position with impressive views across the countryside towards
Ben Cruachan

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.



  • Planning Permission in Principal
  • Services available close by for connection
  • Elevated, private location
  • Extending to approximately 0.5 Acres
  • Impressive views towards Ben Cruachan
  • Close to local amenities
  • Extending to approximately 0.5 Acres (0.20 Hectares)


Situated in an elevated position in the tranquil Glencruitten area on the outskirts of Oban, the Land West of Barran Caltunn Cottage comprises of one parcel of land extending to approximately 0.5

The plot benefits from impressive views over the rolling hills towards Ben Cruachan. Access to the land is from a shared private track leading to the surrounding farmland, with a private entrance leading to the plot. Amenities are available close by in the town of Oban and village of Connel.

Planning Permission in Principal was granted on 7th March 2019 for the reception of a single dwelling house. More details on this can be found on the Argyll and Bute Council website using reference 19/00165/PPP. Alternatively, details can be made available from the sole selling agents by request.


Land West Of Barran Caltunn Cottage enjoys a peaceful, elevated position on the outskirts of Oban, just a couple of miles away from the town centre and its well-established secondary school.

Oban is a busy west coast town with a thriving local population, as well as being a popular tourist destination. The town offers a comprehensive range of facilities and amenities, including shops,
banks and building societies, various restaurants, cafes and bars. There is a large leisure centre as well as a fitness centre, sailing club and golf club. 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. The town prides itself
on the title, “Scotland’s Seafood Capital” and has a longstanding fishing heritage with an abundance of establishments serving fresh local fish.

The town of Oban is also commonly referred to as the “Gateway to the Isles” with panoramic views of the mountains, islands and lochs which have captivated many authors and poets over the years. It has an ever-expanding busy harbour from which the many Caledonian MacBrayne ferries operate daily, serving both the Inner and Outer Hebrides.


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.