The Croft at Tayvallich lies in a spectacular elevated setting just to the north of the picturesque fishing village of Tayvallich, which is situated at the head of Loch aBhealaich, a small inlet on the western shore of Loch Sween. …
The Croft at Tayvallich lies in a spectacular elevated setting just to the north of the picturesque fishing village of Tayvallich, which is situated at the head of Loch a’Bhealaich, a small inlet on the western shore of Loch Sween. The croft provides far reaching and commanding views in all directions with the spectacular Taynish National Nature Reserve to the south east and the popular Sound of Jura to the west.
The nearby village of Tayvallich provides day-to-day services including a primary school and village store. The croft also lies within a 30 minute drive of the larger and popular town of Lochgilphead which provides a good range of services including secondary school education, petrol stations, community hospital, golf course and a variety of local shopping facilities. Oban is approximately 41 miles to the north and has a wider range of shops and professional services as well as a railway station, ferry terminal and an airport at nearby North Connel with Glasgow being accessed by road via the A83.
The Croft at Tayvallich extends to approximately 7.37 Ha (18.21 Acres) in total and lies in a rural setting south of the village of Tayvallich. The property benefits from two general purposes stores of tin construction with one in a semi derelict state, and the land is accessed directly from the B8025 which leads south through Tayvallich.
The land has been classified as Grade 6.1 and Grade 5.2 by The James Hutton Institute and is split into several areas of rough grazing ground intertwined by a selection of terraced mosaic heathland and broadleaved woodland. The land rises from 38m above sea level to 69m above sea level at its highest point on the north west corner and provides an excellent lifestyle opportunity to acquire an attractive croft with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. There are the remains of a dun (Dun a’ Bhealaich) located at the north-western end of the subjects.
CLOSING DATE SET FOR 26TH OF NOVEMBER AT 12 NOON