£330,000 Guide price
Extended, traditional cottage with stunning elevated views down the glen towards Loch Awe and Kilchurn Castle. Set is a peaceful rural location with no near neighbours. Lounge, kitchen/dinner, utility room, three double bedrooms (one en-suite) and family bathroom. The property further benefits from an attached garage, driveway for multiple vehicles, LPG central heating, double glazing, good size well-maintained grounds, large raised deck area with garden room below and fantastic views. The property is currently used as a very successful holiday let with accounts available to seriously interested parties only. Highspeed broadband and digital television are available
Lounge 5.5m x 4.2m
Large room with open fire, brick-built mantlepiece and tiled hearth, glazed panel door to kitchen/dinner, central heating radiator, double glazed window to front and carpeted. Feature wood panelling to dado height rail and open tread stairs leading to the first floor.
Kitchen/dinner 4.2m x 3.5m
Walnut wall and floor units and white worktops and gas hob, central heating radiator, carpeted at the dining area, window to front. Mid-level double ovens, glazed feature units, one and a half bowl sink, breakfast bar area with shelving and dual aspect views. Vinyl flooring, spotlights and feature beams.
Utility room 3.2m x 3.2m
White tongue and groove shaker style wall and floor units, stainless steel sink, vinyl flooring. Access to the rear drying green Ample space for fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. Laundry cupboard and a door that takes you to inner hallway.
Feature panelling, dado height rails, central heating radiator, carpeted, glazed door to leading to lounge.
Bedroom Three 3.6m x 3.2m
Ground floor double bedroom with rear views, ample space for bedroom furniture, central heating, carpeted, shelving unit and tv point,
Bathroom 2m x 3.3m
White 4-piece suite, traditional style bath, feature wood panelling, large walk-in thermostatic shower, tiled splashbacks, traditional heated towel rail, WC and WHB.
Upper landing/Study area
This area is currently used as a study area with ample space for office furniture. Large linen cupboard with eves storage beyond and window with views to the rear.
Bedroom One 4.5m x 4m
Good sized room with en suite facilities, dormer window to the front and side window, giving dual aspect views to loch awe. Carpeted, central heating radiator, alcove, shelving with dressing area, inbuilt cupboard, inbuilt wardrobe and feature beam.
En-suite 2.1m x 1.7m
3-piece champagne coloured suite with good size bath, WC, WHB, eves storage cupboard, arched mirror above the sink, shaver point, extractor fan and a feature beam.
Bedroom Two 3.5m x 5.2m
Large bedroom currently set up as a triple room, carpeted, large storage cupboard, shelving and inbuilt wardrobe and sink. This room has dual aspect views to Loch Awe and Kilchurn Castle.
Garage 3.2m x 5.6m
An amply sized garage built with block and rendered. It has recently been re-roofed and has a concrete base. Power, light and workshop bench.
Set is a peaceful rural location with no near neighbours. Raised deck area with garden room below, features stone wall boundary, timber balustrade. Parking to front and the side. Steps leading to the rear drying green. Attached garage with new roller door, power and light, door leading from the garage to rear passageway, power, light and new roof.
The property is located on the outskirts of the village of Dalmally which 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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