Achnambroc is a detached bungalow constructed around 1972. The property is registered as a Small Holding (Farm Code 173/0040). The grounds extend to 22.95 acres (9.29 ha) and includes 480 metres shore frontage on Loch Awe. Included with the property are fishing rights to catch and return salmon and sea trout.
The bungalow is of timber frame construction and incorporates horizontal timber boarding and there is synthetic stone on the front elevation and dry dash render on the walls. The pitched roof was retiled in 2003 with concrete tiles.
Achnambroc is situated on the banks of Loch Awe which is one of Scotland's largest and most picturesque freshwater lochs with its wooded shores, the ruined castle of Kilchurn and scattered small islands. It attracts numerous visitors to the area, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing, as well as enticing climbers and walkers drawn to the Cruachan and Ben Lui mountain ranges.
At Inverinan there is an unmarked forest walk which climbs up through wooded gorge of the Abhainn Fionn. The first part follows an old drove road along which cattle were driven from the north to markets in southern Scotland. The route then descends to a bridge deep in the glen before returning via old paths and tracks.
Kilchrenan, five miles from the property, has several prestigious hotels, a church, village hall, a local inn and a well-respected primary school. Secondary education is at Oban High School. Everyday requirements are available at Taynuilt which is approximately 12 miles to the north. There are a number of traditional stores in Taynuilt, a post office, doctors' surgery and two churches.
Oban, has a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks and professional offices, and the Lorn & Islands Hospital. Oban is an expanding port with an attractive sea front and a busy harbor from which ferries serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides.