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Glazed NorDan front door leading Into a spacious porch with seating area, ample room for boots and coat hanging, additional storage space under stairs and opaque glazed door to the lounge. Stone effect tile flooring, coat hangers and window views to the side. A beautiful oak open tread staircase and balustrade lead to the first floor gallery/ study area.
Gallery/Study 7.7m x 4.6m
Stunning first floor gallery/study that overlooks the open plan lounge and kitchen. Feature wooden beams and pillar, engineered oak flooring, feature wall lighting, multiple double sockets, downlights, telephone and TV point and ample space for lounge or office furniture. A truly fantastic space with multiple uses to suit the new owner.
Lounge area 8m x 4.45m
Bright spacious open plan lounge with vaulted ceiling, cathedral windows, feature beams overhead, triple aspect outlook offering fantastic sunset, loch and mountain views. A must have wood burning stove by Scan with stone hearth, MVHR system that recirculates the heat from the stove, kitchen and bathrooms throughout the property. Engineered oak flooring, downlights, zoned temperature controlled underfloor heating, TV point and ample space for lounge furniture.
Kitchen/Dining area 8m x 3.15m
Set to the rear of the open plan lounge with a semi partition wall designating the kitchen area. Modern matt grey wall and base units with corner unit carousel storage system, solid oak worktops, double Belfast sink with feature mixer tap and cream metro tile splash backs. Bosch induction hob with extractor fan, double inbuilt Bosch oven, inbuilt dishwasher, fridge/freezer and microwave combi oven. Engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating and feature pendant lighting, spotlighting, Twin windows and triple overhead Velux windows to the rear. The open plan dining area to the side of the kitchen offers a great socializing and dining space when entertaining friends and family. Ample space for a large table and numerous seats. Views to the side, engineered oak flooring and downlights.
Utility room 3.2m x 3.2m
Good sized area with fitted matt white base and wall units, soft close doors, white ceramic twin Belfast sink with feature tap, white ceramic feature handles and tile splashbacks. Grey marble tile effect flooring, underfloor heating, space and plumbing for white goods. Plant room housing the oil central heating boiler, underfloor heating system, pressurised hot water tank, water filter system and electric switchgear. NorDan door to rear of the property.
Bathroom 3,2m x 3.2m
White four piece family bathroom suite with oversize shower, fixed glass panel, thermostatic shower with rainfall showerhead and grey tile splashbacks within. Double ended bath with feature taps, WHB with mixer tap and WC, matching grey tile effect splashbacks with stone shelving on top. Grey stone effect flooring, underfloor heating, heated towel rail, window to front, illuminated vanity unit with shelving and MVHR vent system drawing steam and recirculating the heat to other parts of the property.
Bedroom One 3.6m x 3.2m
Good size double bedroom with twin windows offering plenty of light with loch and mountain views to the front. Inbuilt double wardrobe, underfloor heating thermostatic control, carpeted and TV point. Ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 3.6m x 3.2m
Good size double bedroom with peaceful rural views of the rear from the twin windows. inbuilt double wardrobe, underfloor heating thermostatic control. Carpeted, wall mounted mirror and vanity. Ample space for bedroom furniture.
Open tread stairway leading to first floor master bedroom. Storage space under stairs, feature lighting and stunning mountain views from stair windows that rise in height with the stairs.
Master Bedroom 6.9m x 5.1m
Statement master bedroom with en suite and walk in wardrobe, this spectacular room has to be seen to be fully appreciated. Striking wooden beams across the ceiling with amazing mountain views from twin Velux and side windows. Engineered oak flooring, feature lighting, central heating radiator, loft hatch access and recessed wall displays. Large walk-in wardrobe/dressing room with lighting, storage areas, feature lighting and radiator offer an additional 3m x 2.5m of space. Ample space for an array of freestanding furniture.
En suite 3.9m x 2.5m
Modern 4 piece en suite with large walk-in thermostatic shower, rainfall shower head, fixed glass panel and stone effect tiled splashbacks, WC, WHB and bidet, mosaic wall tiling. Tiled flooring, heated towel rail, shelving, illuminated vanity unit, and twin Velux windows.
Elevated loch views with the front garden mainly laid to grass and flower beds, parking for multiple vehicles on the gravel driveway, exterior lighting and slabbed pathway around the property.
Please note there are other plots along the track and other builds will pop up in the future. There is one that started and stopped opposite the bottom of the drive for this one and a bit to the left of this one so should not block the view too much when actually completed. You can see the blocks at the start of the video and some photos. It may be worth you checking the Argyll and Bute planning website for further info on the area. Search the postcode PA33 1BH.
Garden Office/ Workshop 5.4m x 4.5m
Larch clad to match the main building with a concrete base, heating and light, views of Loch Awe and its surrounding countryside to the front. 2 log stores to the rear.
Ardbrecknish is located between Cladich and Portsonachan on the east shores of Loch Awe some 12 miles north of Inveraray, 9 miles southwest of Dalmally and 30 miles east of Oban. The property overlooks Loch Awe and enjoys the best of both worlds enjoying peaceful, rural surroundings with lovely countryside views and yet being close enough to nearby villages and towns with more facilities and amenities. Loch Awe is one of Scotland's most beautiful lochs. It is approximately 23 miles long and is home to a variety of freshwater fish including salmon, brown trout, rainbow trout, pike and perch. In addition, the loch holds the British record for the largest rod-caught wild brown trout.
There is an active community along the lochside. The area welcomes visitors and new residents into the community and encourages them to participate in the many local activities. There is a hotel, boat hire at nearby Ardbrecknish, self catering complexes and other holiday accommodation as well as permanent homes, two churches and a well used village hall. The Oban/Glasgow bus service stop is within easy walking distance of Cladich.
The village of Dalmally is approximately 9 miles away and supports a general store, its own doctor, pharmacy, police station and fire station. It also has an excellent primary school which is served by a daily bus service. There is a scenic 9-hole golf course and a hotel popular with both visitors and locals alike. Dalmally railway station offers convenient links to Oban and Glasgow and beyond.
The historic town of Inveraray is approximately 12 miles away and provides a range of day-to-day services and facilities. Inveraray is the home of Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Duke of Argyll.
The principal town of Oban is approximately 30 miles away and has a full range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks, building societies, a high school and professional offices. Oban is an expanding port with an attractive seafront and busy harbour from which the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries operate serving the Inner Hebrides and some of the Outer Hebrides.
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