Set in a rural location in the village of Taynuilt, 1 Brenva cottage is a pleasant 3-bedroom semi-detached cottage with large attached outbuilding.
Entered via a sheltered UPVC front door, an hallway affords access to a large newly fitted kitchen located to the right-hand side, a lounge with wood burning stove, newly installed family bathroom and a bedroom.An attached pantry provides additional storage in the kitchen, and further storage can be found under the stairs.
A carpeted staircase leads to the first-floor landing and onwards to the master bedroom and second bedroom. The accommodation is complimented by a quirky attic space, which could be utilised to provide additional storage or living space.
The attached outbuilding provides an opportunity to extend the family accommodation, subject to the necessary planning approvals, but could also continue to be used as storage or workshop space.
Externally, the property has fenced gardens to the front and rear, with a small gated entrance to the side. There is an area at the side of the gate which has traditionally been used for parking.
1 Brenva Cottage provides a good balance of accommodation over two levels, and with some minor improvements presents an ideal opportunity to create a wonderful family home. Equally, it could be operated as a holiday home with scope for significant income potential.
1 Brenva Cottages is around a 15-minute walk to the village of Taynuilt. The village provides a range of local services including an excellent grocery store, butcher, a doctors surgery, hairdresser, post office, two churches, hotel, 9-hole golf course and primary school. There is also a train station with a direct service to Glasgow.
The charming town of Oban is the principal commercial centre for North Argyll and known as the Gateway to the Isles and the seafood capital of Scotland. The town has a variety of supermarkets, restaurants, primary and secondary schooling, hospital and professional services.
Oban is an expanding port with an attractive sea front and a busy harbour from where ferries serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides.
Oban airport is 9 miles away with daily flights to Coll, Colonsay, Tiree and Islay. Glasgow Airport (77 miles) provides regular flights to London and a range of national and international destinations.
For the sailing enthusiasts there is a marina nearby at Dunstaffnage (10 miles). The local area is a fantastic base for exploring the wild West Coast of Scotland with a great variety of outdoor activities available.