Stunning original and outstanding house, Isle of Luing near Oban in a slate-mining conservation village overlooking the Firth of Lorne to Mull.
5 roomsLiveable floor area : 50m²
- View : Panoramic, not overlooked, sea/ocean, mountain, country side, fantastic sunset
- Setting : Seaside, Peaceful
- Shingle beach at 50m
- Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : North-west
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This architect designed residence is a house for the art lover with original works of art and feature illuminated stained glass panels, magnificent baronial style lounge, feature chart-room above with old maps of the surrounding area, two spiral staircases, wooded flooring with rugs through the entire premises, and many other original features which sets this house apart from its rivals. The house has electric heating plus a multi fuel fire ensuring a warm stay what ever the weather. The gardens are well maintained and private offering several seating positions to enjoy the many superb views of the islands and sea with many splendid sunsets (weather permitting!).
Interior Stone-Built House with View: panoramic, not overlooked, sea/ocean, ...
Exterior Holiday lettings in Setting: seaside, peaceful
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location House 8913
The island is small and one of the undiscovered gems of the Inner Hebrides easily reached by a short, sheltered and inexpensive car ferry from neighbouring Seil on the mainland. Although not boasting of a pub or hotel which some might think of as an advantage, there is a well stocked local shop which deserves your patronage. Luing is ideal for gentle hill walking (well behaved dogs welcome but only on a leash during lambing time), coastal walking where seals, otters, dolphins, wild birds, eagles and other wild life can easily be observed, cycling, canoeing, wind surfing and getting away from it all. The locals are welcoming and love visitors to the island. The ceilaids are legendary, and you will be most welcome to take part in island activities. The village itself is quiet with little traffic being a cul de sac, and allows youngsters to play in safety. A local boat is available to whisk you over the sea to visit nearby islands.
Location AccessHouse Oban
The house is on the Island of Luing Argyll and Bute, 28 kilometers south of Oban. Accessed by a regular car-ferry during June July and August with a restricted service other times, last car ferry 6 pm. Hire car from Glasgow Airport or train from Oban. Car is advised but some visitors arrive by bike!