Situated on Luing's west coast at the edge of the village of Cullipool, the two building plots extend to 0.24 acres and 0.41 acres respectively. Both plot sites have been levelled ready for development and are being offered with outline planning permission for architect-designed houses. The proposed location of the houses on both sites have been positioned to take full advantage of the stunning sea views on offer over the Sound of Luing to the islands of Scarba and Mull, amongst others. Copies of the planning consents can be made available by request to the selling agents or they can be accessed directly through the Argyll and Bute Council website, www.argyll-bute.gov.uk, using the reference 15/00400/PP. Boat moorings are available nearby from a local mooring association. More information on this is available at www.thecrownestate.co.uk.
Lying to the South of Oban, the Inner Hebridean island of Luing is one of the famous slate islands on Argyll's scenic west coast. The island offers excellent opportunities for walking, sailing and fishing and is a haven for wildlife. With a population of approximately 185, it is one of the most accessible of all the Western Isles. The ferry service operates every 30 minutes, taking less than five minutes, connecting Luing to Seil and the mainland. Luing benefits from a range of amenities including a local shop, post office, primary school and church. The Atlantic Islands Centre provides a community hub for the people of Luing and an exciting heritage, arts and coffee shop/restaurant visitor attraction. A trained team of first responders are on call to respond to any medical emergencies on the island with Easdale's Medical Practice, approximately 7 miles away, open Monday to Friday.
The main local centre is Oban, approximately 16 miles to the north, where secondary schooling is available. It is an extremely attractive and popular tourist destination with a good range of retail outlets, professional services, a leisure centre, cinema and hospital. The town is home to the principal Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal which offers regular services to the Inner and Outer Hebrides. The town's railway station sees trains operate several times a day to Glasgow and beyond.