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Minard Tigh An Uillt, Argyll and Bute, is an
impressive south facing plot within an idyllic
wooded setting at the upper edge of Minard
Village in the former crofting community of
Inveraray on the western shores of Loch Fyne.
The plot is bordered by Achgoil Burn and
waterfall within the southern edge of the plot
gardens with views to Loch Fyne waters.
Minard is a quiet rural town in the heart of
Argylls multiple tourist and sporting
amenities, and a short walk away from the
National Trust famous Crarae Gardens.
Amenities include a local post office/shop and
Full planning consent for a 3/4 bedroom
detached dwelling to create a family home or
indeed a holiday/second residence. Integral
to the design is potential separation of the
upper quarters allowing consideration of
holiday renting or international home
exchange. The plans created space for
developing a boat shed on site whilst the
integral garage/workshop space may
accommodate an art studio.
The site is serviced by septic tank, mains
water and electric supply within yards of the
site that serviced the original property.
The nearest towns of Inveraray and
Lochgilphead are approximately 15 miles
lochside drive each from Minard. Both towns
are ideal for shopping, abundant restaurants
and cultural events, for days out you can visit
the scenic mid Argyll coastal routes, Kintyre
Peninsula, and the Island of Bute.
This is also an ideal place to enjoy a range of
outdoor pursuits such as walking, cycling,
sailing, golfing, fishing and riding which can be
enjoyed locally.The terrain is mountainous with the Arrochar Alps, Beinn Bhuidhe, Glen Shira, Glen Fyne,
Glen Croe, Arrochar, Tyndrum and Loch
Lomond and the largest town Oban nearby,
with access to ferry connections to the Isles of
The site was granted full planning consent by
Argyll and Bute Council on 8 March 2012,
and extended November 2015.
Further information can be viewed on the
council planning portal using the planning
reference 11/02140/PP. Interested parties
should discuss with the relevant local
authority the approved planning or any
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