Pier House offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a wonderful two-bedroom property situated in an idyllic coastal location on the ever-popular island of Lismore. The property offers accommodation over a single level and encompasses a garden to the front with open sea views.
The property is most commonly accessed from the rear driveway, with an entrance leading directly into a stylish kitchen with combined dining room. The white wall and floor units are complimented by contrasting woodgrain worktops and wooden flooring, creating an inviting place to entertain
family and friends. A vestibule / boot room can also be accessed from the kitchen, giving further access to the front garden. A wash room with WC is conveniently located adjacent to the back door.
A spacious family lounge is centrally located within the property and offers a comfortable place to relax and unwind. The room benefits from the addition of a multi fuel stove which supplements the modern electric hot water system.
Accommodation is provided by way of two double bedrooms, the largest of which spans the full width of the property and enjoys open sea views to the front. This master bedroom also incorporates a series of built in wardrobes for added convenience.
The bedrooms are linked by a bright central hallway, also providing access to a modern family bathroom complete with full sized bath and separate shower enclosure. The property layout is completed by way of an external utility room and woodshed, both located to the rear.
The property benefits from stunning open views across the loch to the mainland and is within easy walking distance from the island ferry terminal. Mature gardens surround the property, with large areas of lawn complimented by mature shrubs and bushes set in a decorative border.
Parking for several cars is available to the front and side of the house, with more parking available close by.
Interest in the property is likely to be high, and early viewing is recommended.
Pier House is located in Achnacroish, a hamlet on the Scottish island of Lismore. The harbour serves the ferry between Lismore and Oban. The Isle of Lismore, a fertile and historic limestone island which has supported a population since Neolithic times, is one of the least explored of the Inner
Lismore has a well-respected primary school, village hall, general store, post office and heritage centre with café. The island has a thriving community, situated as it is a short distance from the mainland at Port Appin and accessed by a
regular passenger ferry with a vehicular ferry operating daily services from Oban to the village of Achnacroish.
Oban, just 45 minutes away by ferry, is a popular seaside tourist destination with a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks and professional services plus the Lorn & Islands Hospital. The town serves as a transport hub for
Caledonian MacBraynes Hebridean ferry services and the famous West Highland train line to Fort William and Mallaig. There are also regular bus and train services operating to and from Glasgow. The town has an excellent range of retail, commercial and educational facilities