Situated in the charming village of Balvicar on the Isle of Seil, Tulach Ard is a beautifully presented detached bungalow with large attractive waterfront garden.
The Property offers accommodation over a single level and would make a delightful family home. Given its desirable location, Tulach Ard could easily be operated as a holiday home with significant income potential.
The main entrance to the property is from the large private driveway through a vestibule and into a central hallway. A fitted kitchen and combined dining room lay straight ahead, with the latter flooded with natural daylight from the patio
The family lounge is located to the left of the hallway and features a stone fire surround and multi-fuel stove. Adjacent to the lounge, a fully glazed conservatory is the perfect place to sit and relax, with doors opening directly to the gardens.
Accommodation is provided by way of four bedrooms, each with views out to the gardens. A family bathroom is also located off the central hallway and completes the property layout.
Tulach Ard sits on the waters' edge and is within walking distance of the popular Balvicar Bay. A private drive leads from the road and offers parking for several vehicles.
A large double garage is sited at the end of a separate branch of the driveway and offers flexibility for storage and additional parking. There is also a hardstanding area suitable for boat or caravan storage along with a wooden storage shed.
The garden offers direct access to the water and a shallow water mooring point in Balvicar Bay is transferrable to a future owner should they be interested.
Balvicar lies on the Isle of Seil, some 15 miles south of the major West Coast town of Oban. The whole area is one of natural beauty and is perfect for sailors and golfers and for those who just enjoy peace and quiet. The island is easily
accessible being connected to the mainland by the famous 'Bridge over the Atlantic'. The bridge is approximately two miles from Balvicar at the village of Clachan Seil where there is a pub, the 'Tigh an Truish', and a petrol station and shop.
Balvicar itself has an active community and a well-stocked licensed grocery shop, a medical centre, golf course, a church and a post office. There are regular bus services from Balvicar to Oban. Two miles to the south is the village of Ellenabeich where there is a well-stocked small shop, a
bar and restaurant, museum, village hall and well-respected primary school.
Further services are available in Oban, an expanding port with an attractive sea front and busy harbour, well known as the main Caledonian MacBrayne terminal and gateway to the isles. The town offers a full range of shopping facilities
as well as banks and professional offices. There are a number of primary schools, a hospital, a leisure centre, a cinema and a high school. A school bus service operates from Balvicar to the high school.