Rare chance coming soon to buy land and foreshore in Ellenabeich

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A rare opportunity to buy plots of land and foreshore in the conservation village of Ellenabeich on Seil is coming soon.

A freshwater lochan, former slate quarries, extensive foreshore on the Firth of Lorn and the remains of the old pier are going on the market imminently.

Exciting opportunities also include landing stages for small vessels, a small car park and multiple parcels of other land suitable for possible future development.

Paul Nicoll MRICS from The Estates Office Limited in Oban said: ‘The combination of land and foreshore potentially opens up many exciting possibilities, in an area where access to the sea and sheltered anchorages are surprisingly rare. We have received a number of approaches to date, intimating various uses and we are expecting interest not only locally, but nationally.’