Creagan Cottage, 4 Heanish, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6UL

Offers Over £325,000.00
  • Striking, Traditional, Detached Cottage
  • Idyllic Rural Island Location with Sea Views
  • In Immaculate Order & Beautifully Presented
  • Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen & Dining Area with French Doors
  • 2 Double Bedrooms
  • Contemporary Bathroom
  • Double Glazing
  • Air Source Heating (Underfloor to Ground Level)
  • Garden with Decking Area
  • Private Parking
  • EPC Rating: C 74

Property Description


Quietly situated in the small settlement of Heanish, with views sweeping over the machair towards the sea, the subjects of sale form a charming, traditional, detached cottage, set in private garden grounds with parking. Offering deceptively spacious accommodation arranged over two floors, Creagan Cottage is in immaculate order, beautifully presented and benefits from double glazing and air source central heating, with underfloor heating to the ground floor. Neutrally decorated throughout, and in walk-in condition, the property boasts bright rooms with fantastic views, wooden laminate flooring, a contemporary bathroom with separate large shower cubicle and a striking open-plan living area, with modern kitchen and fully glazed, French doors to the sea views. Due to the size and location, the cottage would make a fantastic family home, idyllic holiday retreat, or an excellent investment opportunity for the very buoyant, self-catering market. Heanish is located only two minutes drive away from the main village of Scarinish, with it’s ferry, hotel, Co-op, bank, post office, café, coffee shop and garage.

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.


Entrance Hallway

With wooden entrance door. Stairs to upper level. Built-in cupboard. Laminate flooring. Doors to open-plan lounge, kitchen & dining area, utility and bathroom.

Open-Plan Lounge, Kitchen and Dining Area 7.6m x 4.1m

With French doors to sea views, two full length windows to front and rear, and window to front. Fitted with modern, gloss white, kitchen units, offset with granite effect work surfaces and breakfast bar. Integral double oven. Ceramic electric hob, with stainless steel extractor hood over, and feature glass splashback. Integral dishwasher and fridge/freezer. One-and-a-half bowl, stainless steel sink unit. Tiled splashback. Laminate flooring.

Utility 3.0m x 1.5m

With window to front. Granite effect fitted shelf. Plumbing for washing machine. Laminate flooring.

Bathroom 3.4m x 2.8m

With frosted window to rear. Fitted with contemporary white suite of WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit, free-standing bath and shower cubicle with mains shower. Fully tiled walls and flooring. Heated towel rail.

Upper Level 


With two Velux windows to sea views. Built-in cupboard. Laminate flooring. Doors to bedrooms. 

Bedroom 3.6m x 3.5m

L-shaped, with Velux windows to front and rear. Built-in wardrobe. Laminate flooring.

Bedroom 3.6m x 3.5m

L-shaped, with Velux windows to front and rear. Built-in wardrobe. Laminate flooring. 


Creagan Cottage benefits from enclosed, private garden grounds and is approached by a gravelled driveway, offering ample parking. The remainder of ground is laid to lawn, offset with a planted rockery, providing colour and interest. A fantastic decked entertaining area, featuring to the side of the cottage and directly off the lounge French doors, takes in the best of the sea views. Garden shed.

Title Plan

The area outlined red is included in the sale. Please note, the property is occupying more ground than is part of the title.

Travel Directions

From the pier, proceed along Pier Road for half a mile, turning left at the junction on to the B8065 road. Continue on this road for around 1.5 miles, passing through Scarinish and at Heanish, Creagan Cottage is the 5th property on the left, well signposted.