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6 bed house

6 Bedroom, B&B/Guest House/Boutique Hotel/Bistro, Struan House, Harbour Street, Tarbert, PA29 6UD

Features 6 1 5 Porch. Entrance Hall. Reception. Work Station Area. Dining Room Customer WC. Staff WC. Kitchen. Utility Room. 6 Bedrooms (4 En-Suite) Shower Room Double Glazing. Central Heating. Stunning views across the harbour Successful Bed and Breakfast business Summary Magnificently presented 6 Bedroom Boutique Hotel/Guest House/Bistro with proven track record and fabulous Harbour-side location. Full Description STRUAN HOUSE HARBOUR STREET TARBERT Struan House provides a rare opportunity to acquire a successful and well-established, 4 Star graded 6 BEDROOM BED AND BREAKFAST/GUEST HOUSE/BOUTIQUE HOTEL/BISTRO with development potential.   It is located in the heart of the beautiful West Coast fishing village of Tarbert with stunning views across the harbour.  It is currently laid out with three Double rooms, two Twin rooms and a Single room.  Four of the rooms have full en-suite facilities while the Twin room on the first floor has its own Private Shower room opposite.  The Shower-room on the upper floor can be utilised either as an en-suite for the Double at the rear of the property or as Private facilities for the Twin room on this floor, or alternatively, these two rooms make a perfect family suite with the shower-room shared between them.  Four of the rooms have windows facing to the front, allowing large amounts of natural light and taking advantage of the wonderful views across the harbour, busy with its mix of commercial fishing boats and leisure craft.  Struan House was originally built in 1846 as a small, boutique hotel and still retains the charm and character you would hope to find in a dwelling of this period, yet is fully updated and refurbished to provide unique and comfortable harbour-side accommodation.   One of the great things about Struan House is its location in the village being extremely well placed for access to all the local amenities on foot, with everything from restaurants, bars and cafes, to art galleries, gift shops and newsagents only a moments’ walk from the front door.  A stroll along the Harbour is a very pleasant way to spend the afternoon with plenty to see and do. The current owners have built a very successful business at Struan House, with year on year earnings rising consistently over the past 10 seasons. This property not only represents a wonderful opportunity to own and run an existing successful Bed and Breakfast business whilst enjoying the relaxed lifestyle that the West Coast of Argyll has to offer, but also offers the potential to develop a boutique style hotel with 20-25 covers already provided for in the breakfast/dining room being backed up by the existing professionally equipped kitchen and catering facilities.  Contact our Lochgilphead office for more information and to arrange a suitable time to visit Struan House and view the spacious accommodation and high level of finish for yourself. The Dining area, currently used for serving breakfast has been run as a successful Bistro in the past by the present owners. The commercial kitchen and useful preparation areas make this a very efficient use of space on the ground floor. There is scope for running it as a separate entity, serving lunch or evening meals (or both) in addition to the breakfast sitting for the guests. The dining room has a lovely, bright, contemporary feel with its bespoke, handcrafted furniture and space to comfortably seat up to 20 covers. There is a small area currently used to house a display cabinet which would accommodate a further table for 4. The kitchen is fully equipped with hob, grill, 2 ovens, microwave ovens, fridges & freezers, preparation area, double sink & dishwashers, professional extraction system, serving station with hot lamps, ample storage and a pantry. The utility area to the rear of the property, accessed via the kitchen, forms the laundry which provides the fresh linen and towels for the Bed & Breakfast business. This really is a self-contained business with bags of potential to expand and increase turnover in a variety of ways. Tarbert has a wide range of amenities including Primary and Secondary education, medical centre, dentist, locally renowned butcher and fishmonger, chemist, hardware store, local supermarket, pubs and restaurants. The surrounding area is a haven for the outdoor enthusiast. There are walks available within the village of Tarbert and beyond with opportunities for cycling, sailing, golf, fishing, bird watching, shooting and diving to name but a few. Within a 45 minute drive or less of Tarbert, there are ferry terminals to Islay, Jura, Gigha, Arran, Portavadie, and Ardrossan and, as such, Struan House makes an ideal base for exploring the beautiful Isles of the Inner Hebrides as well as the Kintyre and Mid Argyll areas. Campbeltown Airport is around 45 minutes and Glasgow International Airport approximately two hours drive.  Tarbert is served four times daily (five times at weekends) by the City Link bus route to/from Glasgow/Campbeltown, as well as other local bus routes to surrounding areas. Viewing Please contact us on 01586 553737 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information. Disclaimer Stewart Balfour & Sutherland endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

3 bed house

Rockfield, Pier Road, Tarbert

OVERVIEW GROUND FLOOR – Entering the property in to a porch/ hallway, to the left you are met with a beautiful lounge that has a bay window to sit and soak up the seascape view and watch the boats in the harbour. The original ornate fire place and harth (that was replaced and approved by DEFRA in 2019) and ceiling rose and cornice design, makes this room a lovely place to sit and relax or to entertain family and friends. Opposite, is the large double bedroom to the front of the property, with a black and grey tiled fire place, recessed book shelving and double window looking out to sea. This tranquil room is a place to relax in. Moving through to the second bedroom at the rear of the house, there is a wash-hand basin and ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture. The bathroom has a white suite with beige tiles and a shower over-bath with a sink and WC. There is a heated towel rail, Dimplex fan heater and window for ventilation. The family dining room has a large fire on stone hearth and tiled back. A glass partition to lounge lets in plenty of natural light and makes it a lovely room to dine in. The kitchen finishes the ground floor with a large window making the room bright, and offering panoramic views across Loch Fyne . There is also a pantry style cupboard and space for fridge/ freezer and cooker as well as plumbing for a washing machine. FIRST FLOOR – this is entered via the rear internal staircase which has a Velux window, cupboard and handrail. The wood and glass panelled door leads into the hallway. The family bathroom is directly to the left and has a white suite, over-bath electric shower WC and sink. There is a heated towel rail and a Velux window. The upstairs kitchen is to the rear of the property and benefits from both wall and base units with space for a cooker and fridge plus plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. The kitchen can also accommodate a dining table and chairs. Moving through to the family lounge, the large window provides stunning views over Loch Fyne and the hills beyond. Next to the lounge is the third bedroom, currently used as a music room, which could be used as a single bedroom or home office. Adjacent is the first of the double bedrooms that sits to the front of the house with uninterrupted sea views across MacArthur’s island to Garval. The bedroom has space for a chest of drawers and bedside furniture. Lastly to finish this lovely house, is the second of the large double bedrooms which has adequate space for freestanding bedroom furniture and includes built in storage wardrobes with both shelving and hanging space. OUTSIDE There is a garage and stone out building which in the past has been used as summer accommodation. Private driveway. Extensive garden grounds to the rear of the property with a wide range of ornamental shrubs and mature trees. SERVICES Mains waste and water, electric heating, double glazing, coal fires. VIEWINGS Would you like to view this property? Please call your local agent to arrange a viewing today on 01631 569 466 (option 3) DIRECTIONS From the centre of the village, travel along Harbour Street, continuing onto Pier Road until the Cal Mac ferry terminal for Portavadie. The house is on your right. DISCLAIMER We endeavour to make our property particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form any part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements or representations or fact. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide for prospective buyers only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned in the particulars are to be agreed with the seller.

2 bed house

Killean Estate Tayinloan Argyll PA29

listed on 2020-10-19  Strutt and Parker   

Former School building converted to create a truly unique, B-listed, two bedroom dwelling Lot 4 - The Mission House The Mission House is a B-listed former school building which has been converted to create a unique two-bedroom dwelling. With many original school features, open-fireplaces and fabulous high ceilings, the property has real character. Unused for a few years, the house is in need of renovation, providing the purchaser with the opportunity to create a beautiful family home or a holiday retreat. The property is of traditional build in arts and crafts style with red slate roof, in keeping with the style of much of the estate, with a substantial garden and stunning views. The accommodation is laid out over a single storey and comprises open-plan kitchen/diner/living room, with two double bedrooms, large bathroom and entrance lobby. The Mission Hall has mains electricity, water and drainage, with electric heating. For home report and EPC please contact the selling agents directly. Situation Lying on the western edge of The Kintyre Peninsula, Killean Estate and the properties therein boast incredible views over the islands of Cara, Gigha, Islay and Jura. The Kintyre Peninsula itself is popular with tourist and has plenty of attractions to offer including great sea fishing and sailing. The village of Tayinloan, just a mile to the north of the estate, is where the ferry docks for visitors to the Isle of Gigha and hosts the derelict former Tayinloan Inn and the Tayinloan stores on the east side of the village. The stunning coast road down the peninsula leads through the estate. Campbeltown is less than 20 miles to the south and is one of the largest towns in Argyll, often popular with tourists exploring the peninsula. There are three distilleries in the town, which also has its own airfield. Just south of Campbeltown is the popular tourist village of Machrihanish which boasts a famous links golf course and stunning beaches. North of the estate, the road leads through a number of famous Argyll towns; Tarbert has a stunning marina and ferry link over to the Kyles of Bute. Further north, Lochgilphead, Oban and Inverary have a number of attractions and great opportunities for sailing and sight-seeing. The main road to Glasgow is a spectacular drive through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Directions From the south, take the A82 towards Tarbet and head left onto the A83 toward the Rest and Be Thankful, before continuing on to Inverary. Continue to follow the A83 heading south for approximately 57 miles until you reach the village of Tayinloan. The retail development site is immediately on the right as you pass through Tayinloan, the Doll’s House Cottages and Mission Hall are a further mile down the road on the left, just before the main entrance to Killean Estate. For Drumnamucklach, continue a further mile until you reach a gated farm road heading up the hill beside two whitewash cottages. From the north, take the A85 from Perth to Dalmally, where you head left on the A819 toward Inverary. From Inverary follow the instructions above. For satellite navigation, the postcode for Killean Estate is PA29 6XF. Share Gallery 1/9 Other details Floorplan Map & Street View 1/1 1/1 Map View Street View

2 bed semi-detached house

Killean Estate Tayinloan Argyll PA29

listed on 2020-10-19  Strutt and Parker   

Beautiful A-listed coastal cottage with stunning views Lot 2 - Boatman's Cottage Built by renowned Scottish architect JJ Burnet, who designed the majority of the buildings at Killean Estate, the arts and crafts cottages are of stone and slate construction and are semi-detached, with two bedrooms each. The A-listed cottages form two pairs of semi-detached properties of which three are included in the sale. The cottages have in recent years been modernised for use as holiday lets; however, have not been used since 2018 and are in need of light refurbishment. Retaining many original features, the cottages are all of similar layout and comprise sitting room, dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and front porch with impressive views. The cottages have their own access directly from the main road with parking to the rear, front and back garden areas and offer significant potential for holiday lets. The cottages have electric heating, mains water and drainage. Each cottage is for sale individually as described in the following lots. Lot 1 – The Doll’s House Lot 2 – The Boatman’s Cottage Lot 3 – The Keeper’s Cottage For Home Reports and EPCs please contact the selling agents directly. Situation Lying on the western edge of The Kintyre Peninsula, Killean Estate and the properties therein boast incredible views over the islands of Cara, Gigha, Islay and Jura. The Kintyre Peninsula itself is popular with tourist and has plenty of attractions to offer including great sea fishing and sailing. The village of Tayinloan, just a mile to the north of the estate, is where the ferry docks for visitors to the Isle of Gigha and hosts the derelict former Tayinloan Inn and the Tayinloan stores on the east side of the village. The stunning coast road down the peninsula leads through the estate. Campbeltown is less than 20 miles to the south and is one of the largest towns in Argyll, often popular with tourists exploring the peninsula. There are three distilleries in the town, which also has its own airfield. Just south of Campbeltown is the popular tourist village of Machrihanish which boasts a famous links golf course and stunning beaches. North of the estate, the road leads through a number of famous Argyll towns; Tarbert has a stunning marina and ferry link over to the Kyles of Bute. Further north, Lochgilphead, Oban and Inverary have a number of attractions and great opportunities for sailing and sight-seeing. The main road to Glasgow is a spectacular drive through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Directions From the south, take the A82 towards Tarbet and head left onto the A83 toward the Rest and Be Thankful, before continuing on to Inverary. Continue to follow the A83 heading south for approximately 57 miles until you reach the village of Tayinloan. The retail development site is immediately on the right as you pass through Tayinloan, the Doll’s House Cottages and Mission Hall are a further mile down the road on the left, just before the main entrance to Killean Estate. For Drumnamucklach, continue a further mile until you reach a gated farm road heading up the hill beside two whitewash cottages. From the north, take the A85 from Perth to Dalmally, where you head left on the A819 toward Inverary. From Inverary follow the instructions above. For satellite navigation, the postcode for Killean Estate is PA29 6XF. Share Gallery 1/9 Other details Map & Street View Map View Street View

2 bed semi-detached house

Killean Estate Tayinloan Argyll PA29

listed on 2020-10-19  Strutt and Parker   

Beautiful A-listed coastal cottage with stunning views Lot 3 - Keepers Cottage Built by renowned Scottish architect JJ Burnet, who designed the majority of the buildings at Killean Estate, the arts and crafts cottages are of stone and slate construction and are semi-detached, with two bedrooms each. The A-listed cottages form two pairs of semi-detached properties of which three are included in the sale. The cottages have in recent years been modernised for use as holiday lets; however, have not been used since 2018 and are in need of light refurbishment. Retaining many original features, the cottages are all of similar layout and comprise sitting room, dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom and front porch with impressive views. The cottages have their own access directly from the main road with parking to the rear, front and back garden areas and offer significant potential for holiday lets. The cottages have electric heating, mains water and drainage. Each cottage is for sale individually as described in the following lots. Lot 1 – The Doll’s House Lot 2 – The Boatman’s Cottage Lot 3 – The Keeper’s Cottage For Home Reports and EPCs please contact the selling agents directly. Situation Lying on the western edge of The Kintyre Peninsula, Killean Estate and the properties therein boast incredible views over the islands of Cara, Gigha, Islay and Jura. The Kintyre Peninsula itself is popular with tourist and has plenty of attractions to offer including great sea fishing and sailing. The village of Tayinloan, just a mile to the north of the estate, is where the ferry docks for visitors to the Isle of Gigha and hosts the derelict former Tayinloan Inn and the Tayinloan stores on the east side of the village. The stunning coast road down the peninsula leads through the estate. Campbeltown is less than 20 miles to the south and is one of the largest towns in Argyll, often popular with tourists exploring the peninsula. There are three distilleries in the town, which also has its own airfield. Just south of Campbeltown is the popular tourist village of Machrihanish which boasts a famous links golf course and stunning beaches. North of the estate, the road leads through a number of famous Argyll towns; Tarbert has a stunning marina and ferry link over to the Kyles of Bute. Further north, Lochgilphead, Oban and Inverary have a number of attractions and great opportunities for sailing and sight-seeing. The main road to Glasgow is a spectacular drive through the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Directions From the south, take the A82 towards Tarbet and head left onto the A83 toward the Rest and Be Thankful, before continuing on to Inverary. Continue to follow the A83 heading south for approximately 57 miles until you reach the village of Tayinloan. The retail development site is immediately on the right as you pass through Tayinloan, the Doll’s House Cottages and Mission Hall are a further mile down the road on the left, just before the main entrance to Killean Estate. For Drumnamucklach, continue a further mile until you reach a gated farm road heading up the hill beside two whitewash cottages. From the north, take the A85 from Perth to Dalmally, where you head left on the A819 toward Inverary. From Inverary follow the instructions above. For satellite navigation, the postcode for Killean Estate is PA29 6XF. Share Gallery 1/8 Other details Map & Street View Map View Street View

3 bed detached house

Garden Plot, Ileene Road, Tarbert

OVERVIEW A rare opportunity has arisen to purchase a plot of land with uninterrupted views over Tarbert harbour and across to the Cowal peninsula. Detailed planning has been approved for a 3 bedroom, 1.5 storey, detached house – planning ref number (07/00783/DET) Website: www.argyll-bute.gov.uk click on planning and the environment for further details. With certain clauses having already been met, the planning is now open. There is no limit on time, and so a renewal will not be required. Situated on Ileene Road, this elevated plot has uninterrupted views out over the harbour, across to Portavadie and beyond. There is a shared driveway with parking available to the rear of the property for two vehicles. The garden area to the front is mainly laid to grass, with an embankment sloping down to the road. A comfortable ten minute walk, either along Ileene Road or down Barmore Road, takes you into the village itself where you will find all local amenities. These include a wide range of shops such as a Co-op, butchers, newsagents, chemist post office etc. For interested parties with a family, Tarbert Academy caters for both primary and secondary education. For the outdoor enthusiasts there are a wide range of walks and cycle tracks as well as a local yacht club, bowling club and golf course. There is a hive of activity around the local harbour which can be seen from this elevated plot. VIEWINGS Would you like to view this plot? Please contact our local agent to arrange your viewing today on 01631 569 466 SERVICES Mains water & electric close to hand DIRECTIONS As you enter the village on the A83 from Glasgow take first right into Ileene Road. Park 30 yards along on your right and take the steps up to Ardencreena. (lions on the driveway) DISCLAIMER We endeavour to make our property particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form any part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements or representations or fact. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide for prospective buyers only and are not precise. Floor plans where included are not to scale and accuracy is not guaranteed. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned in the particulars are to be agreed with the seller.