Ballitarsin Farmhouse lies in an elevated position approximately 1.5 miles from the village of Bridgend, with excellent views across open farmland towards Loch Indaal.
The Isle of Islay is one of the major islands of the Inner Hebrides with a resident population of around 3,500 people. There are excellent and comprehensive facilities on the island, including a hospital, secondary school and good veterinary practice. The island is perhaps most famous for its whisky distilleries. There is also a championship golf course at Machrie and a leisure centre at Bowmore. The travel links to Islay include regular ferry services at Port Ellen and Port Askaig to the mainland and regular flights to Glasgow.
Ballitarsin Farmhouse comprises a derelict one and a half storey former farmhouse and buildings, set in a superb setting close to Bridgend. The site is accessed from a private road and the area of land extends to approximately 1.5 acres in total. The farmhouse has been unoccupied for many years but could form the basis of a stunning new property subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
No Planning Permissions are in place and no investigations have been undertaken by the vendors. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.
No services investigations have been undertaken, and there are no existing utilities servicing the site. Servitudes can be granted by the landowner for any service connections on the adjacent land to service the property. The maintenance of the access road from the public highway will be according to use. A new farm track to access the neighbouring land will be constructed to the front of the property.