£275,000 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|6 November 2020||£280,000||£65,000|
|24 April 2019||£215,000||£124,850|
|17 December 2015||£90,150||N/A|
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A traditional stone-built detached cottage with stunning loch views and land. Situated on the outskirts of the coastal village of Connel by Oban. 3 double bedrooms, open plan lounge/dining kitchen, en-suite facilities, family bathroom and 2 good size attached stone outbuilding The property has recently been renovated with the addition of a new air source heating system (RHI payments to new owner) and 4 stage filtration with UV private water system and modulating pump. This unique property with land offers a fantastic opportunity for those looking for a lifestyle change and adventure within easy access of the vibrant seaside town of Oban. The approx 0.6 acres of grounds to the rear with access track has amazing potential not yet fulfilled. The property further benefits from ample parking multiple vehicles, double glazing and feature multi fuel stove. Broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Bright welcoming entrance hall with staircase leading to first floor, storage below, laminate flooring, central heating radiator and access to all lower rooms.
Lounge/dining kitchen 6.1m x 5.0m
Open plan layout with dual aspect views and glazed doors giving stunning loch and countryside views. Laminate flooring throughout, feature multi fuel stove in lounge area and ample space for dining furniture. The kitchen is fitted with white wall and floor units, breakfast bar, inbuilt oven, hob and extractor hood. Space and plumbing for white goods.
Bedroom three 4.0m x 2.4m
Ground floor double bedroom with en-suite facilities, carpeted, central heating radiator and views of the loch to the front.
En-suite 1.7m x 1.7m
White three-piece suite with shower cubicle, respatex walls within, electric shower, WHB, WC and vinyl flooring.
Bathroom 2.4m x 2.4m
White three-piece suite with mains shower and screen over the corner bath, respatex splash backs, WHB, WC, vinyl flooring, central heating radiator and downflow heater.
Upper landing with radiator and Velux window.
Bedroom one 4.4m x 3.3m
Double bedroom with fantastic loch views, window seat, carpeted, central heating radiator and space for freestanding furniture.
Bedroom two 4.4m x 3.3m
Loch view double bedroom, carpeted, radiator, window seat and space for bedroom furniture.
Store/gym 7.0m x 4.5m
Stone outbuilding located to the left of the property with scope for development. Currently used as a gym and housing the air source hot water system. Concrete base with power, light and water. Ample parking to the front and side of the outbuilding. New drains and hardcore recently laid.
Woodstore/outbuilding 7.0m x 4.4m
Located to the right of the property, currently housing the private water 4 stage filtration system with UV and modulating pump providing water pressure where and when required to the house. New 6000 litre holding tank installed to keep a constant supply of water to the property. In need of some repair but could be great studio or hobby room.
The property benefits from great outdoor space with potential for development. 0.6 acres of grounds to the rear with shared access track. Recent retaining wall installed around the property with new drainage and hardcore parking area. Feature stone walled front garden with well stocked borders.
Connel is a village located 5 miles from Oban. It is situated on the southern shore of Loch Etive. The Lusragan Burn flows through the village and into the loch. The most noticeable feature in the village is Connel Bridge, a large cantilever bridge that spans Loch Etive at the Falls of Lora. There is a non-denominational primary school in the village, called Achaleven Primary School. Other buildings of note include the Falls of Lora Hotel and St. Oran's Church (Church of Scotland). The church is linked with two others. The first is in the nearby village of Dunbeg, the second is on the isle of Coll. Church services at St Oran's are held every Sunday at 10.30am. There is a village shop and post office located in the main village. There are two bus stops, one located opposite the post office and the second on the A85, just south of Connel Bridge Junction, which serves both sides of the road. Restaurants can be found at the Falls of Lora Hotel and at The Oyster Inn. There are also several B&Bs to be found throughout the village. Connel lies on the A85 trunk road that runs between Oban and Perth. The A828 Connel to Ballachulish trunk road joins the A85 at a junction towards the west end of the village. Vehicles turning onto the A828 head south then follow the road on a long left-hand curve as it climbs to Connel Bridge, which crosses over the A85. Connel is just 5 miles (8 km) to Oban by main road. There is also a minor 'back road' to Oban that runs by way of Ardchonnell and Barranrioch. A ferry formerly transported people and vehicles across the loch to North Connel. When the Callander and Oban Railway came to Connel in 1880, a station was opened in the village and named "Connel Ferry". The station is still open, it being situated on the West Highland Line to Oban. It is now unstaffed. Oban Airport is nearby on the opposite side of Loch Etive.
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