£385,000 Guide price
Bespoke, environmentally friendly family home with stunning views of Ben Cruachan and Loch Awe. Architect designed to take advantage of the amazing location and provide a modern flexible layout. Open plan lounge/dining and kitchen area, ground floor double bedroom, study/bed 4, bathroom and utility room. First Floor with 2 double bedrooms and shower room. The property further benefits from an air source heat pump, underfloor heating to the ground floor and radiators to the first floor, multi-fuel stove in the lounge, multiple full height glazed panels and patio doors, recently installed private water and filtration system, double glazing, good size grounds with off-street parking for multiple vehicles with ample space for detached garage workshop if required, timber loch facing deck to the front, large level lawned area with feature historic rock formations and gravel paths. Broadband and digital television are available.
*Berber grey 100% wool carpets now fitted to the staircase and first-floor bedrooms*
Entrance hall with large storage cupboard and porcelain Italian porcelain tiled floor.
Lounge - kitchen - diner 9.2m x 5.4m
Stunning Open Plan living space for all the family to enjoy. Full height glass panels, twin patio doors with amazing views of Loch Awe and beyond to Ben Cruachan. Access to the large timber deck, porcelain tiles throughout, white gloss units with soft close drawers, solid oak worktops, toughened glass splashbacks, 1 1/2 bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, twin electric ovens, five ring induction hob and extractor fan above, toughened glass splashback panel to the hob, under unit lighting, downlights and three pendant lights over the proposed dining table area, ambient lighting at the focal point wall with the multifuel stove set on the porcelain tiles with feature stone a backboard, TV point and Telephone point. Open Plan aspect to inner hallway with 2 storage cupboards, leading to the ground floor double bedroom and bathroom.
Study bedroom four 3.5m x 2.9m
Very useful additional ground floor bedroom or home office with views to the rear. Telephone point, TV point, porcelain tiled flooring with underfloor heating.
Utility room 2.8m x 1.6m
Located near the entrance door, utility space with underfloor heating porcelain tiles matching kitchen units, space and plumbing for white goods, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, shelving and electric meter box is located in here.
Ground floor bathroom 2.8m x 2.3m
Porcelain wall and floor tiles throughout. White modern four piece suite modern with large walk-in shower enclosure with glass pivot door, overhead rain shower, handheld mixer and thermostatic controls, heated towel rail, bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, modern white WC, WHB, downlights, ambient lighting strip along the focal wall and opaque window to the side.
Bedroom three 4.0m x 3.0m
Double bedroom with stunning loch views and deck access via the fully glazed patio door unit. The room has been laid out to maximise the views while relaxing. Porcelain flooring with underfloor heating, ambient lighting strip on the focal point wall, individual temperature heating controls, fitted wardrobe and storage under the stairs.
Carpeted staircase leading from the open plan living area. First-floor hallway with porcelain flooring, central heating radiator, Velux window to the rear, two storage cupboards and downlights. Ample space and sockets for a small home office below the Velux window area
Bedroom two 4.6m x 4.0m
Good size double bedroom with twin Velux window giving stunning views across Loch Awe and beyond to Ben Cruachan. Central heating radiator, Berber grey 100% wool carpets now fitted, inbuilt wardrobe and storage with lighting, Ambient wall lighting, well-positioned double sockets and light switches so the bed to be placed facing the twin Velux windows. Loft hatch access area within this room.
Bedroom one 4.6m x 4.5m
Large double bedroom with twin Velux windows giving the best elevated views in the house, of Ben Cruachan and Loch Awe. Berber grey 100% wool carpets now fitted, inbuilt wardrobe and additional storage to the side with lighting, TV point, Ambient wall lighting, central heating radiator and ample sockets.
Shower room 3.6m x 2.3m
Modern white three-piece suite with large walk-in shower enclosure, concealed overhead rain shower, handheld mixer and thermostatic controls and white tiled splashbacks. WHB inset in a large vanity unit with marble effect worktop, storage cupboards below, monobloc mixer tap wall mounted mirror and white tiled splashbacks. Central heating radiator, an additional electric heated towel rail, Velux window to the front, extractor fan, downlights and matching porcelain tile flooring
Set on a good size plot with rural and coastal aspects. The property benefits from scenery at every angle, a large gravel area to the side and rear with parking for multiple vehicles and scope for a garage or workshop if desired. To the front there is a large timber deck, good size lawn and easy maintenance gravel and rock formation to the corners. External features include, slate roof, stone and larch cladding, aluminum gutters and downpipes, welcome home and exterior lighting, water tap and electric powerpoint.
The property is situated on the southern shores of Lochawe about 1/3 of a mile to the south of the Portsonachan Hotel. The plot enjoys superb views to the loch and towards Ben Cruachan, and with zero light pollution, there are dramatic and spectacular sunsets and wonderful opportunities for viewing the night sky. Loch Awe is one of Scotland's most spectacular lochs. It is 25 miles long and runs from the village of Lochawe in the north to Ford at the south. The nearby Kilchurn Castle is a dramatic ruin, and one of Scotland's most famous and most photographed castles. There are several islands in the loch including Innishail, which is the burial island of the Dukes of Argyll. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, is at the head of Loch Fyne, 13 miles to the south.
There is spectacular hillwalking, climbing and mountaineering in the area, with skiing at Glencoe. The numerous lochs and rivers provide both salmon fishing and trout fishing and the Ardbrecknish boatyard and marina, 2 miles away, provides sailing and water sports facilities. The area attracts a great variety of woodland, water and mountain birds, even an occasional eagle. The mountains and glens are an area of spectacular natural beauty and a photographer's dream.
Lochawe village (9 miles) has a small railway station on the Glasgow to Oban line and a post office and general store. Dalmally (10 miles) is slightly larger and has a primary school, doctor's surgery, pharmacy, post office, village store and railway station. Inveraray (13 miles) is at the head of Loch Fyne and has a variety of shops, hotels and tourist locations. Oban is 31 miles distant and has a full range of shops and supermarkets, secondary schooling and professional services. Oban has the ferry terminal to the Western Isles and is the main base for exciting west coast sailing. Glasgow airport is about a 90-minute drive, under normal travel conditions.
From Glasgow take the A82 Loch Lomond road north. At Tarbet, proceed onto the A83 towards Inveraray. Enter Inveraray and turn right onto the A819, passing under the archway. After about 10 miles turn left onto the B840 and left again, staying on the B840. After about 4 miles you will find the Portsonachan Hotel, continue past the hotel for about 1/3 mile to find the entrance to the plot on the right-hand side. From the A85 Perth-Oban road, take the A819 and after about 6 miles turn right onto the B840, staying on the B840. Proceed as above.
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