Plot North West of 4 Ruaig, Ruaig, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6TR

Price Guide £130,000.00
  • *** CLOSING DATE - FRIDAY 21ST MAY 2021 AT 12 NOON ***
  • Desirable Building Plot
  • Spectacular Panoramic Countryside & Sea Views
  • Charming Rural Island Location
  • Full Planning Permission for a Detached Property & Garage
  • Building Warrant in Place
  • Main Water & Electricity already connected
  • Sewage Treatment Plant to be installed by the Purchaser
  • Around 0.47 Acres

Property Description



The subject for sale offers an exciting and rare opportunity to purchase an idyllic building plot, located in the quiet township of Ruaig on the beautiful island of Tiree. Situated only a stone’s throw from the stunning sandy Gott Bay beach, the plot enjoys direct panoramic sea views to the front with the green ‘machair’ land to the rear. Benefiting from Full Planning Permission for a detached dwellinghouse, garage, formation of vehicular access and installation of sewage treatment plant, the plot extends to around 0.47 acres and has the Building Warrant in place. Ideally located less than five minutes drive to Tiree Lodge Hotel with bar and restaurant, the plot is also less than a ten minute drive to the main town of Scarinish with it’s ferry, post office, bank, Co-op, café, coffee shop and garage making it a fantastic area for a permanent family home, holiday retreat or exciting opportunity for the buoyant self-catering market.

 Ruaig is at the East end of the island and is under 10 minutes drive from the ferry terminal. 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.

Planning Permission

Full Planning Permission was granted on 9th December 2019 (Ref: 19/02155/PP) for the erection of a detached dwellinghouse, garage, formation of vehicular access and installation of sewage treatment plant. Copies of this Planning Permission and approved plans are available on the Argyll & Bute Council website or on request with the selling agent.


Mains water and electricity already connected. A metre box and stand pipe feature on site. Drainage will be to a sewage treatment plant to be installed by the purchasers.

Travel Directions

From the pier, proceed along Pier Road for half a mile, turning right at the junction on to the B8068 road. Continue on this road for just over half a mile, turning right at the junction where signposted Caoles (where the pink house is). Remain on this road for around 2.5 miles, turning right at the Ruaig sign, then first right. Turn left and the plot is on the left hand side before you come to Point House.