£325,000 Guide price
Modern detached villa with open plan layout set on a large plot. Located on the edge of Dalmally village with dramatic mountain views and walking distance to the local train station that connects to Glasgow and Oban. Family lounge-diner with French doors leading out on to the rear patio, kitchen diner with dual aspect views, utility room, study, WC on the ground floor. 4 bedrooms with master ensuite, family bathroom and viewing gallery/reading space on the first floor. The property further benefits from an integral garage, private driveway for multiple vehicles, woodburning stove, LPG central heating, underfloor heating to the bathrooms, well-stocked front and rear gardens, patio and bbq areas, summer house, garden shed, polytunnel, chicken run with coop and 2 wood stores. Highspeed broadband and digital television are available
Entrance hall (4.8m x 3.5m)
Bright welcoming hallway with access to all ground floor rooms, under stair storage, tiled flooring, pure wool runner to the feature staircase that split to either side of the first-floor landing and access to open plan viewing gallery/reading area.
Lounge diner 7.4m x 2.9m
Bright spacious room with Junkers solid beech flooring, wood-burning stove with Caithness flagstone hearth and cast iron mantelpiece. views to the rear, central heating radiator, ample space for furniture, TV and phone points. Dining area located off the kitchen with French doors leading out on to the rear patio.
Kitchen diner 6.9m x 3.8m
Recently remodelled kitchen with solid beech worktops, oversized central island with solid beech worktops, under storage and 5 ring gas burner, tiled flooring to the kitchen area, downlights, mixture of cream shaker effect units and gloss wood effect units, inbuilt shelving and bookshelf, space for fridge freezer, inbuilt dishwasher, inbuilt double oven and ceramic sink with chefs mixer tap. Access to the utility area and lounge diner. The dining area of open plan kitchen with Junkers solid beech flooring, pendant lighting, ample space for sideboards, dining furniture or soft sofas to create a relaxing day room and mountain views to the front.
Utility room 2.8m x 1.8m
Located off the kitchen with cream wall and floor units, stainless steel 1 ½ bowl sink and mixer tap, tiled flooring and splashbacks, space and plumbing for white goods, door leading to the side of the building and door leading to the integral garage.
Integral garage 5.4m x 2.8m
Concrete base with up and over garage door, loft storage above, the hot water tank and gas boiler located here, ample shelving and power points for extra white goods.
Study 3.8m x 2.1m
L shaped study with views to the front, central heating radiator, solid beech flooring, ample space for office furniture and filing. Measured at widest points.
WC 1.5m x 1.0m
White two piece suite, heated towel rail, tiled flooring and walls to dado height, extractor fan, WC, WHB and downlights.
Gallery/reading area 3.5m x 2.0m
Open plan landing with viewing gallery/reading area, full-height windows, Junkers solid beech flooring, ample space for reading furniture, central heating radiator, with stunning mountain views of four Munros, feature central beam and downlights. Loft access and storage above the first-floor landing.
Master bedroom 4.8m x 3.8m
Large master bedroom with en suite facilities, mountain views to the front, carpeted, central heating radiator, ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture, tv and phone point.
En suite 2.2m x 2.1m
Modern white four piece suite, dormer window to the rear, tiled flooring with underfloor heating, tiled walls, shaving point, feature bowl sink set on solid wood vanity unit, bidet, quadrant enclosure with thermostatic shower, traditional radiator with heated towel rail, downlights and extractor fan.
Bedroom two 3.8m x 3.1m
Good size double bedroom with solid beech flooring, mountain views to the front, pendant lighting, inbuilt double wardrobe and central heating radiator.
Bedroom three 3.8m x 3.0m
Double bedroom with solid beech flooring, inbuilt double wardrobe, central heating radiator, pendant lighting, neutral decor and rural views to the rear.
Bedroom four 2.9m x 2.1m
Smaller bedroom with solid beech flooring, velux window to the rear and central heating radiator.
Bathroom 2.9 x 2.2m
Modern white four piece suite. Good size bath with shower mixer attachment, quadrant enclosure with thermostatic shower, dual velux windows to the rear, tiled flooring with underfloor heating, tiled walls, shaving point, traditional radiator with heated towel rail, downlights and extractor fan.
The front garden is well stocked with flower beds, bushes and shrubs, large driveway for multiple vehicles, attached garage. Fantastic rear garden several seating/patio areas, large timber garden shed with power and light (300cm x 275cm), summer house with adjacent potting shed (400cm x 200cm), polytunnel (770cm x 250cm), 2 log sheds (210cm x 210cm each), various vegetable patches, raised flower beds, chicken coup and run, countryside views to the rear, the property is paved all the way around and gated to enclose pets, mainly laid to lawn, whirlygig and compost area.
The village of Dalmally is located on the Oban to Glasgow scenic West Highland railway line and as such is a popular commuter village with Oban approx. 20 miles and Glasgow Airport 60 miles away. The village has a great community spirit with a recent purpose-built community hall, shinty pitch, doctor's surgery, pharmacy, post office, local shop and primary school. The secondary school is located in Oban, school children commuting by train. The River Orchy is a renowned salmon river with a local angling club, and also offers excellent canoeing and wild swimming with the Community Garden on the river bank. Dalmally Golf Club is less than a mile away. The area is ever popular with hill walkers with four Munros on its doorstep. In winter, skiing and snowboarding can be had in Glencoe (25 miles) with a mountain bike track on offer in the summer months.
The local Glen Orchy Lodge Hotel and Muthu Dalmally Hotel provide local eating and drinking facilities. The nearby village of Loch Awe is home to the recently refurbished Ben Cruachan restaurant and bar.
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