Plots South West of Scarinish Hotel, Scarinish, Isle of Tiree, PA77 6UH

Prices From £125,000.00
  • 2 Desirable, Individual Building Plots
  • Close Proximity to the Beach with Stunning Sea Views
  • Plot 1 - Approx 0.08 Acres, Guide Price £125,000
  • Plot 2 - Approx 0.10 Acres, Guide Price £135,000 (these sizes exclude roadways & parking areas)
  • Charming Rural Island Location
  • Full Planning Permission for the erection of Detached Dwellinghouses
  • Services available close by

Property Description

Two Building Plots 

A rare opportunity has arisen, to acquire two individual building plots, one measuring around 0.08 acres and the other, 0.10 acres, with stunning, uninterrupted sea views, on the beautiful Isle of  Tiree. Located at the desirable township of Scarinish, the generous plots each benefit from Full Planning Permission, for the erection of a contemporary, architecturally designed, detached dwellinghouse. Careful consideration has been given for the placement of the two homes, with an emphasis on sympathetically blending them, into the existing landscape. The striking designs comprise a mixture of larch timber, stone and expansive glass, with ‘upside-down’ living  accommodation, arranged over two levels. Open-plan lounges with dining areas and kitchens, take in the best of the elevated views, whilst three to four, en-suite bedrooms, also feature in each of the builds.


Scarinish is the main township on Tiree,  located on the south coast of the island between Hynish Bay and Gott Bay. The ferry terminal is situated here and the airport is only 4 miles distant at Crossapol. Scarinish offers amenities such as the Co-op, bank, post office and hotel. 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 4th August 2021 (Ref: 21/00758/PP) for the erection of two detached dwellinghouses, the installation of a two septic tanks, air source heat pumps and formation of shared vehicular access. Copies of this Planning Permission and approved plans are available on the Argyll & Bute Council website or on request with the selling agent.


It will be the purchaser’s responsibility to connect to the mains water and electricity supply. Drainage will be to two septic tanks, one for each property, to be installed by the purchasers. A shared road for vehicular access will be formed by the successful purchasers.

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 half a mile, passing the Police Station on the left hand side and proceed down towards the shore. The plots are located on the right hand side just after the Scarinish Hotel.