A proper Norwegian pine log cabin using a designed log structure that is well insulated with a tiled roof and of traditional construction so fully mortgageable. High vaulted ceilings and wood lining complete the feel of living in the great outdoors. Fantastic holiday let potential.
Lounge diner 6.3m x 3.3m
Bright welcoming room with dual aspect loch views and vaulted ceiling. Pine flooring, TV point, storage heating, fitted blinds, ceiling fan, spotlights, ample space for dining and lounge furniture. Glazed door leading to the south facing patio.
Kitchen area 3.0m x 2.3m
Double glazed door entrance from the side. Beech effect wall and base units, marble effect worktops, under unit lighting, soft close doors, inbuilt oven, hob and fridge freezer, extractor hood, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink and spotlights.
Bedroom one 3.3m x 3.3m
Good size double bedroom with fantastic loch views, fitted blinds, vaulted ceiling, storage heater, pine flooring, shelving and ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 3.3m x 3.3m
Good size double bedroom with rural views to the rear, vaulted ceiling, storage heater, fitted blinds, pine flooring, shelving and ample space for bedroom furniture.
Shower room 3.1m x 1.5m
White 3 piece suite with thermostatic shower cubicle, WC, WHB with vanity unit below, shelving, extractor fan, linen cupboard and heated towel rail.
The cabin enjoys stunning loch views and the title extends to approx 2 metres before the stream that separates it from the neighboring cottage, (which is shielded from view by shrubs and trees), giving additional ground beyond the immediate garden. Large monobloc driveway for multiple vehicles, well kept lawn with well stocked mature boundaries and hedge, greenhouse and large south facing patio.
Lochavich is a tranquil, secluded glen close to the west coast of Scotland in a beautiful part of Argyll, with its mixture of mountains and lochs, rocky islands and sheltered bays. The property is located on the quiet, single track road that winds through the glen, linking Kilmelford (6 miles) on the A816 to Dalavich (5 miles) on the north shore of Loch Awe. Both these villages have a shop/post office and cafe. A full range of shops, including supermarkets and petrol stations, can be found in Oban (21 miles) and all pubs and hotels in the area serve food.
For the nature lover, wildlife abounds - deer, red squirrel and pine martin are all frequent visitors as well as a wide variety of birds. There's walking and cycling for all ages and abilities. Choose from the many way-marked tracks and trails that weave around Loch Avich and Loch Awe through the surrounding Caledonian Forest Reserve, including one to the spectacular Falls of Avich. Fishing is available on both Loch Avich and Loch Awe and there are golf courses at Oban, Taynuilt and Dalmally.