** Closing date set for 12 noon on Tuesday 12/07/22 ** Bespoke split level design family home set in a peaceful rural location with an abundance of wildlife on your doorstep. A short distnace form Kilchrenan primary school, village hall and hotel, 15 minutes from the village of Taynuilt with local shops, doctors surgery and railway links. 40 minutes from Oban with all the major amenities required. 4 double bedrooms, 1 en suite, 3 bathrooms, sitting room (5th bedroom), lounge, kitchen diner, utility room and boot room. The property further benefits from oak doors and finishings throughout, oil central heating, a feature woodburning stove, double glazing, off street parking. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Welcoming hallway with oak flooring, space for furniture, central heating radiator and pendant lighting.
Lounge 5.3m x 3.9m
Bright spacious room with dual aspect views, a woodburning stove set in stunning oversized stone surround fireplace, TV point, oak flooring, feature stain glass window to the hallway, pendant lighting and ample space for lounge furniture.
Kitchen / Diner 6.2m x 3.1m
The heart of the home with an open plan layout. The dining area has ample space for family dining, oak flooring, pendant lighting, a central heating radiator and full height twin windows overlooking the garden, river and pond. The kitchen area has dual aspect views to the front and side, tiled flooring, oak base and wall units, glazed display units, 1 ½ bowl Corian sink with monoblock tap, Leisure Rangemaster 110 dual fuel cooking range, tiled splashabcks, downlighters, space and plumbing for white goods.
Utility room 2.6mx 2.4m
A very useful space to keep all the cleaning equipment in one place. Oak base and wall units, Corian sink, central heating boiler, tiled flooring, central heating radiator, pendant lighting, tiled splashbacks, extractor fan, space and plumbing for white goods.
Boot room 2.4m x 1.6m
Located off the rear hallway and connects to the front hallway. Ample space for coat hanging and boot storage, central heating radiator and pendant lighting.
Sitting room / bedroom five 3.9m x 3.0m
Originally designed as a 2nd formal room and currently used as a ground floor double bedroom. Rural views to the front, oak flooring, central heating radiator, pendant lighting and space for freestanding furniture.
Shower room 2.4m x 1.4m
Located across the inner hallway from bedroom 5. White, traditional three piece suite, a thermostatic shower enclose, WC, WHB, toothbrush/shaver point, downlights, extractor fan, central heating radiator, wall light above the mirror, tiled flooring and splashbacks.
Oak staircase from the inner hallway leading to the carpeted first floor landing with a large walk in linen cupboard with shelving, loft hatch access, window views to the side, pendant lighting and central heating radiator.
Bedroom one 4.7m x 3.9m
Master bedroom with en suite facilities, carpeted, central heating radiator, rural views to the front, TV point, pendant lighting and ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture.
En suite 3.9m x 1.8m
White three piece suite, bath with traditional mixer taps, handheld shower attachment, WHB, WC, velux window to the rear, shaver/toothbrush point, tiled flooring and splashbacks.
Bedroom three 3.3m x 3.2m
Twin bedroom with rural views to the front, carpeted, pendant lighting, central heating radiator and ample space for freestanding furniture.
Bedroom four 3.2m x 2.8m
Double bedroom with velux window to the front, carpeted, pendant lighting, space for freestanding furniture and central heating radiator.
Bathroom 2.9m x 2.1m
White three piece suite with thermostatic shower and screen over the bath, WC, WHB, tiled splashbacks, vinyl flooring, toothbrush/shaver point, extractor fan, downlights and central heating radiator.
Oak staircase from the rear hall leading down to the lower floor with direct garden access.
Bedroom two 4.2m x 4.0m
A peaceful double bedroom on the lower floor with its own dressing area and bathroom to create a master suite if desired. Garden views to the rear, carpeted, central heating radiator, TV point, reading lamps, pendant lighting and ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture.
Dressing area 4.0m x 2.4m
Links lower floor master bedroom and private bathroom, 3 inbuilt double wardrobes, carpeted, central heating radiator, French doors to the rear patio and ample space for reading furniture.
Bathroom 4.0m x 1.9m
Large traditional bathroom with a freestanding rolltop bath, mixer tap/shower attachment, WC, twin wash hand basins, wall mounted mirrors above, white tiles to dado height, vinyl flooring, central heating radiator, wall lights, downlights, toothbrush/shaver point and shelving.
The sloping rear garden is laid mainly to lawn, mature borders, well stocked bedding areas and slabbed steps leading down towards the river and natural pond and the bottom. Timber shed, drying green, large slabbed rear patio and bbq area. To the front the property is approached by a track shared with one other property, a gravel parking area and a small area of easily maintained gardens. There is a further seating area to the side that can be accessed off the rear hall/kitchen area. The garden attracts an abundance of wildlife all year round.
Rowanbank is situated on the edge of Kilchrenan which nestles on the northern shores of Loch Awe. The village is popular both with locals and tourists having an attractive public house within walking distance of Rowanbank, a village hall and a church. The area provides a plethora of outdoor activities including fishing on Loch Awe, one of the most famous freshwater lochs in Scotland which not only provides some of the best brown trout fishing but also provides an excellent opportunity to explore the various islands and castles situated around the loch. In addition the hills and mountains provide exercise for all abilities from the heights of Ben Cruachan through to the lower hills of Kilchrenan there are many way-marked walks throughout the area. The area is also steeped in history with many pre-historic sites as well as more recent remains. The remains of the 18th Century ironworks at Taynuilt, approximately 8 miles to the north is within the custodianship of Historic Scotland. Kilchrenan is a small West Highland village close to the northern shores of Loch Awe. The village supports a local hotel/restaurant/bar, a village hall and well respected primary school. Secondary education is undertaken at Oban. Every day requirements can be found at Taynuilt – approximately 7 miles to the north.
Taynuilt has a general store, post office, butcher, hairdressing salon, tea room and public house, as well as a 9 hole golf course. A regular train service links Taynuilt with Oban and also provides regular services from Taynuilt to Glasgow. Oban is the main centre of north Argyll and provides the focus both culturally and economically for Kilchrenan. The town has four national supermarkets as well as several multiple retailers and many small independent specialist shops. The town is laid out around the picturesque Oban Bay which overlooks the island of Kerrera and it is from here that the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries, serving the Inner Hebridean islands, operate on a regular basis. In addition, the town has a leisure centre with swimming pool as well as a private gym and health club with a cinema and Municipal halls which provides the venue for many cultural events. North Argyll is a most picturesque and exciting area which allows a degree of tranquillity and individuality yet is within easy travelling time of Oban for most day to day services, yet is within two hours travelling time of Glasgow and its airport.
Eredine is a quaint hamlet with a good community spirit. Located between the villages of Ford and Portsonachan on the banks of Loch Awe and can be accessed from either side depending on your destination. The glorious setting of Loch Awe, the longest inland loch in Scotland, provides excellent walking, fishing, cycling and wildlife. Kilmartin offers a pub and museum, plus visit the town of Lochgilphead, the village of Inveraray, home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, or take a boat trip around the islands, many with castles and graveyards to explore, in the Firth of Lorn.
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