An Lanntair is a modern detached bungalow and an excellent family home. The accommodation is all formed on the ground floor and comprises 3 reception rooms, 3 bedrooms, a fitted kitchen, a utility room, a family bathroom plus an en-suite shower room. Entered from the rear via a tile-floored entrance porch, the property opens into a spacious fitted kitchen with open plan dining area. The wooden worktops of the modern, Neptune kitchen compliment the wooden flooring and there is a feature range cooker plus a Belfast sink. Dual aspect windows to the front and rear give the room a light and airy feel making it an ideal setting for entertaining guests or to unwind with a book.
To the front of the property - accessible from the kitchen/dining room - sits a bespoke timber sun room designed to take advantage of the stunning panoramic views on offer. It is large enough to accommodate dining furniture but could be used simply as a place to relax and enjoy the surroundings. Also situated off the kitchen/dining room is the property's large, carpeted lounge, in which a feature multi-fuel stove sits on a slate hearth between two large picture windows to the front.
The smallest of An Lanntair's three bedrooms is accessed directly from the lounge and benefits from its own en-suite shower room with WC and wash hand basin. Large enough to comfortably accommodate a double bed plus office furniture, the room is tastefully decorated, with the dual blue walls offering a contrasting splash of colour against the white painted floorboards.
The other two bedrooms are found at the opposite end of the home, accessed via a bright, tile-floored hallway off the kitchen. The master bedroom enjoys fantastic triple aspect views and features built in storage cupboards and an integrated Belfast sink. The third has wooden flooring and a flexible layout, making it adaptable as a single, twin or double. Both are well appointed, neutrally decorated and handily located for easy access to the family bathroom.
The bathroom features a WC, timber lined bath with shower fitting and a vanity unit with ceramic bowl basin. A frosted glass window and white painted walls help create a light and fresh feel to the room. The accommodation is completed by an attached utility room which is accessed externally. It houses the ground source heating system as well as additional white goods and an integrated steel sink.
Externally, the property has decking areas to the front, rear and side helping to maximise the panoramic vistas which An Lanntair offers in all directions. There is a small garden area laid to grass at the front which has a feature pond and there is a sizeable timber shed with power & lighting to the rear. The property is accessed via a track from the roadside, at the top of which is space for parking multiple vehicles to the rear of the house. The extensive surrounding grounds offer scope for many potential uses and are currently home to a productive fruit & veg garden and chicken coop. A mound just to the east of the property provides extra elevation for an augmented 360 degree panorama.
A separate building plot located south east of the property is also available for purchase at Offers over £35,000 by separate negotiation for which planning permission is in place for the erection of a single storey dwelling - planning reference 15/00147/PPP. The plot is situated by the roadside on a lower level than the property so would not impinge on the views currently enjoyed, nor would any development itself be directly overlooked. Services are available for connection nearby. Full details of the planning consent can be obtained via the sole selling agents.
An Lanntair is a substantial detached property enjoying an elevated countryside location on the Isle of Coll just a short drive from the island's ferry terminal. This modern, family home offers spectacular views over the sea to the Treshnish Isles, Mull, Ardnamurchan and beyond whilst retaining its own privacy.
In nearby Arinagour village there is a church, post office, doctor's surgery, general store and gift shop. There is also a well-established primary school, award-winning hotel and a vibrant community centre with a sports hall and theatre facilities.
The Isle of Coll enjoys a rugged beauty and an enviable wildlife population including corncrakes, geese, waders, seals and otters. There are frequent sightings of basking sharks, minke whales, dolphins and seals in the surrounding waters. The island enjoys official 'Dark Sky' status with no light pollution to speak of and is renowned for its tranquillity.
The Island is connected to the mainland via either a regular Caledonian MacBrayne vehicular ferry which takes approximately 160 minutes from Oban or by a regular scheduled air service from Oban which takes approximately 30 minutes.
Oban, which is the main centre of North Argyll, also provides the secondary education for the children of Coll who board on a weekly basis, returning to the Island at weekends.