Cuil Bay is gorgeous. Gillian and I go there just to see that it hasn't changed in the past 10,000 years, or at least since we were there last.
Eilean Balnagowan is the name of the Island in the Cuil Bay, and it is up for sale.
The Argyll News says, "The 36 acre island is for sale, with outline planning permission for a bothy, a basic shelter. Some shift might be possible from a bothy to a small cottage but would have to be explored with the planners – but the governing concern is obviously to see nothing other than a small, low profile building of the sort you would naturally expect in such a location"
If you are a water diviner then the island is a no brainer. Otherwise if you buy it and expect to find a running stream then you are the no brainer.
The island offers seclusion and tranquillity in an area which is scenically beautiful; not really remote, with the lovely highland village of Port Appin a short trip by boat; relatively sheltered and capable of supporting livestock. Water, remember, there isn't.
The selling agents are CKD Galbraith, through its Stirling office, with Dominic Weddderburn the agent in charge of the sale.
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