This charming, traditional, B listed slate worker's cottage, is situated within the conservation village of Cullipool on the Inner Hebridean Island of Luing. The cottage sits in a tranquil location on Luing's west coast and although close to the shore, benefits from a more sheltered position at the foot of hills which provide an impressive back drop. From the coast it is possible to enjoy spectacular sea views across the Sound of Luing to The Garvellachs, Lunga and The Firth of Lorn to the Island of Mull.
42 Cullipool Village is a one bedroom, terraced cottage with good sized first floor attic offering the potential for additional accommodation or as a work space or play area. The property which has been extended in the past has also benefited from more recent improvements including partial double glazing and offers scope for further enhancement. A number of original features have been retained including slate walls, deep window sills and fireplaces. Throughout the ground floor is most attractive, solid wooden flooring and in the dining kitchen a bespoke wooden work top with butler's sink. The cottage has been enjoyed as a permanent home but would also make a superb holiday home with excellent letting potential. From the rear lobby is access to the delightful, mature garden and natural sun trap from where to enjoy the surrounding landscape and wildlife. Within the garden to the rear of the cottage is a good sized workshop/garden store. To the front of the property, the generous porch provides very practical additional space for coats and boots, as well as being somewhere to sit and relax. Beyond the porch across the track is a further good sized area of garden with an abundance of mature plants and trees and small shed. As well as a garden, this area offers the potential for use in a number of ways including for car parking or boat storage.