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A collection of four exceptional new build family homes set in a beautiful elevated location with panoramic views across Loch Feochan and Kilmore glen. Each one of the properties can be individually finished and each is set on large plots measuring approximately 0.7 acres. The homes under construction have been sited to benefit from south facing views over surrounding coastal scenery within this select development. Kilmore is a highly sought after location, just 5 minutes drive from the ever popular west coast gateway town of Oban.
All properties will be finished to a very high level as standard with successful early stage purchasers having an opportunity to agree final specification of standard finishes and optional extras. Immediate contact is recommended to discuss these options. Plot one is currently nearing completion with plot two not far behind as of Sept 2016. A small deposit will secure your property until we have concluded your exact specification in terms of kitchen, utility room, bathroom and sanitary ware, tiling, floor coverings and light fittings.
Kirk Brae takes its name from the nearby Kilmore Church, which provides a sense of character and historic setting to the area, as well as a connection to the wider community.Church services are held monthly, with occasional weddings and baptisms.
Property detail and specification
These properties have been specified and constructed using the highest quality materials, tailored towards this particular site, with a view to providing attractive yet low maintenance ease of living.
A contemporary mixture of white K-rend 'wet dash' render, expansive glazing featuring dark grey low maintenance wood-grain upvc frames, high grade 25mm thick Siberian larch feature cladding, new Spanish slate roofing, sandstone window cills and mullions, bottle green high gloss woodwork trim and Lindab powder coated light grey metallic gutters and downpipes throughout.
Internal finishes can be agreed with successful early stage purchasers.Feature double sided Woodwarm Fireview multifuel stove, set within a metal thermal convector box, to provide substantial space heating throughout the house via the kitchen/dining-room and lounge room. Four panel oak doors with satinwood finish and brass lever handles.
Solar thermal hot water panels, and high efficiency oil fired central heating system boiler linked with thermostatically controlled underfloor heating throughout the ground floor with radiators at first floor.Combined with high levels of thermal insulation this provides for a cost effective and durable, low hassle and low maintenance, warm inviting household.'Dual fuel' towel rails are provided in each bathroom for constant heat and drying on demand.
Approximately 255 square meters of generous living space with a very flexible and sociable layout.
Entrance porch leading to a bright spacious hallway and stair with storage cupboard underneath.
Large kitchen dining room with views to the front and rear and external door to access front garden, quality fitted units and appliances, island and double sided multi fuel feature stove to the lounge.
Family lounge with triple aspect glazing, French doors to patio area and double sided multi fuel feature stove to the kitchen diner.
Fully fitted utility room with floor and wall units, giving access to the rear garden and drying green.
Double bedroom with en suite facilities, two inbuilt double wardrobes and dual aspect views.
A great additional room with French doors to the front patio and built in storage cupboard.
Ground floor family bathroom with flexible layout and views to the rear.
Upper landing, leading to large open plan sitting area with full height panoramic glazing looking south over Loch Feochan.
Bright spacious master bedroom with fantastic south facing views, walk in wardrobe/dressing room and en suite bathroom.
Double bedroom with long views to the south and built in wardrobe.
Twin bedroom with views to the east and triple velux window providing natural light.
Spacious four piece family bathroom.
Each property benefits from a large elevated plot providing substantial level grounds and extending to approximately 0.7 acres. Ample private graveled driveway, parking and paved areas will be provided as standard. Landscaping packages and various detached garage/workshop/stores are available as optional extras. Kirk Brae is a peaceful and private location surrounded by stunning scenery and an abundance of nature and wildlife, which can be viewed directly from your doorstep and garden grounds.
Kirk Brae will be connected in early course to the new Oban/Kilmore Superfast fibre optic broadband network currently being installed at the local exchange some 600m away, which will provide for excellent internet performance of up to 60 Mbps.The properties will be served by mains supplies of power and water with a communal low maintenance factored septic tank and soakaway, along with individual oil storage tanks.
The popular village of Kilmore is located on the quieter south side of Oban and as such the journey into town for everyday essentials is quick and easy. Kirk Brae is ideally located for local schools, supermarkets and other facilities. Oban has wide range of facilities that you would expect for a major west coast town. The local hospital, schools, sports centre and gyms, swimming pool, doctor surgery and dentists, vets, opticians, as well as shops, bars and numerous restaurants are available within easy reach. Despite such easy access to wide-ranging services and facilities, Kirk Brae has a private, secluded character, being elevated above the surrounding countryside and not overlooked by any roads or other housing.
Kilmore has a regular bus service to and from Oban, with the bus stop being some 400m from Kirk Brae at the village hall.From Oban, West Coast bus services connect to all the local villages and to Glasgow and beyond.
Kilmore also benefits from primary and secondary school bus services.
Local taxis are available 24/7 from Oban at very reasonable fares.
The Caledonian MacBrayne ferry service will connect you to all of the inner and outer Hebridean isles.
Scotrail run a frequent train service to Glasgow and beyond.
Whilst we endeavour to make these particulars as accurate as possible, they do not form any part of any contract on offer, nor are they guaranteed. Measurements are approximate and in most cases are taken using a digital/sonic measuring device and are taken to the widest point. We have not tested the electricity, gas or water services or any appliances. Photographs are reproduced for general information and it must not be inferred that any item is included for sale with the property. If there is any part of this that you find misleading or simply wish clarification on any point, please contact our office immediately when we will endeavour to assist you in any way possible
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