14 Kilmoluaig, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6XB

Price Guide £185,000.00
  • Attractive Detached Cottage
  • Idyllic Rural Island Location
  • Open Countryside Views
  • In Excellent Order
  • Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Area with Multi-Fuel Cooking Stove
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Double Glazing & Electric Heating
  • Garden with External Store & Private Parking
  • EPC Rating: E 47

Property Description



The sale of 14 Kilmoluaig, presents an attractive, detached cottage, situated close to the stunning, surfing beach of Balevullin. Located off a quiet road, in the charming township of Kilmoluaig, around fifteen minutes from the main village of Scarinish, with it’s ample facilities, and commanding open views over the surrounding countryside, the property is in excellent order and benefits from double glazing and electric heating. The impressive, multi-fuel stove with cooking hotplate, and modern kitchen units in the triple-aspect, bright open-plan living area, is a most attractive feature. Due to the size and location, the property would be ideally suited as a fantastic permanent home, idyllic holiday retreat, or as an investment opportunity for the extremely buoyant, self catering market. The sellers may be willing to include the furniture at separate negotiation.

The Isle of Tiree is the most westerly of the Inner Hebrides. Relatively small and very flat with  only three small hills and no woodland, the island is approximately 12 miles long by 3 miles wide. Known as the ‘Sunshine Isle’, Tiree benefits from the warm Gulf Stream and enjoys a mild climate with some of the highest levels of sunshine in the British Isles. Famed for it’s beautiful beaches, the island is host to the annual Tiree Wave Classic which attracts some of the worlds best surfers, and the ever-popular Tiree Music Festival, which attracts tourists in abundance. There is both primary and secondary education on the Island, shops including two grocery stores and a doctors’ surgery, bank, garage and veterinary surgery. The journey from Oban takes around 3.5 hours by boat, with regular flights available from Glasgow and Connel airports taking  approximately one hour.



With glazed, UPVC front door. Wooden floorboards. Hatch to loft. Doors to open-plan living area, bathroom and bedrooms.

Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Area 4.9m x 3.2m

With double windows to front, side and rear, providing panoramic views. Fitted with white, shaker-style, kitchen units, offset with solid oak work surfaces and shelving. Stainless steel, double, sink unit. Plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine. Feature wood-burning stove, with decorative, tiled, hearth and surround. Tongue-and-groove wall panelling. Wooden floorboards.

Bathroom 2.0m x 1.7m

With frosted window to rear. Fitted with white suite of WC, wash hand basin and bath with electric shower over. Tiled splashback. Tongue-and-groove walling. Tiled flooring.

Bedroom 3.7m x 2.7m

L-shaped, with window to rear.

Bedroom 3.7m x 2.1m

With window to front. Tongue-and-groove wall panelling.


The property benefits from enclosed garden grounds, providing ample parking. Laid to lawn, featuring flower beds to the front and back, the sale also includes a large, timber external store.

Travel Directions

From the ferry terminal, turn right at the top of Pier Road on to the B8068, following the road through Balephetrish and Cornaig. After passing Loch Bhaspol, turn left at the sign to Kilmoluaig. Proceed straight along this road, passing through the crossroads, and 14 Kilmoluaig is the first property on the left hand side.