£235,000 Offers over
Scot House Move Online Estate Agency offer to the market this privately situated detached family home with truly stunning views towards Loch Shiel and Beinn Resipole. The home is located around 3 miles from the village of Acharacle where local amenities are available. Early viewing recommended.
Dalrigg is a one and a half storey detached villa offering good family accommodation. To the front of the home is a good sized lounge which has a fitted carpet, feature fireplace with log burner, neutral décor and has patio doors leading to the front garden and raised patio with stunning views over Loch Shiel to Beinn Resipol. Fantastic modern dining kitchen has a range of wall and floor mounted units with integrated oven/hob and ceramic sink. On the ground floor there are two good sized double bedrooms and a very smart family bathroom that comprises a white three piece suite with shower fitted over bath. There is a south facing porch/sun room to the front and a rear porch currently being used as a study but could suit a variety of uses.
On the upper floor there are a further 2 double bedrooms and both offer access to a large toilet which could be possible converted into a shower room.
The property has been well maintained and benefits from Calor Gas central heating and is double glazed throughout.
Much of the appeal of the property lies in its sheltered garden setting. A driveway from the public road continues around the house and offers ample parking with large garage and shed. The mature garden ground is well established and has attractive lawns with small trees and shrub beds.
Dalrigg, is approximately three miles from the village of Acharacle where there is a general store, post office, café, hotel, a medical centre and a church. The village also has a primary school, whilst secondary education is undertaken at nearby Strontian. Strontian is approximately fifteen miles away and also offers a wider range of day to day facilities.
The whole area is one of great natural beauty and offers numerous opportunities for outdoor activities including salmon and sea trout fishing, hill walking, climbing and deer stalking. The area is also steeped in history; it was up Loch Shiel that Bonnie Prince Charlie sailed before landing at Glenfinnan in 1745 at the beginning of the famous Jacobite rebellion.
The Energy Efficiency Rating is band "F"
EARLY VIEWING A COMPLETE MUST
The Energy Efficiency Rating is Band F
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Property Ref: SCT160435
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