April Cottage is an appealing, three bedroom
detached bungalow of Doran Construction located in the picturesque
village of Inverinan on the banks of Loch Awe.
The property offers spacious, modern and flexible
accommodation with gas-fired central heating and
double glazing throughout. It sits in a substantial
plot including attractive garden grounds to front
and rear plus a private driveway with detached
garage and car port.
The well-laid out accommodation is all formed on
the ground floor and comprises a sitting room,
kitchen, dining room, utility room, family bathroom, shower room and three double bedrooms, accessed off an L-shaped hallway.
The sitting room is spacious and airy yet retains a
cosy, welcoming feel. It benefits from dual aspect
views and a sizeable storage cupboard. The
modern kitchen offers dining space and features
integrated appliances within contemporary units.
There is a 1½ bowl steel sink from where stunning
views to the nearby loch can be enjoyed and
plentiful storage is available. The sizeable dining
room is handily located between the sitting room
and kitchen and offers a comfortable family space
The property's three double bedrooms are located
at the northern end of the property. The master
boasts its own en-suite shower room whilst the
other two are conveniently situated for access to
the family bathroom. All three bedrooms benefit
from built-in wardrobes. Additional storage is
provided via two large utility cupboards off the
hallway plus a good-sized attic space. There is
a small entrance vestibule to the front and a utility
room to the rear. The latter houses white goods
and an additional steel sink with drainer.
The cottage is in great decorative order throughout and would ideally suit a couple or small family.
Please note this property is of remedied Dorran construction
April Cottage is situated on the fringe of Inverinan
on the banks of Loch Awe, one of Scotland's
most famous and picturesque freshwater lochs.
Renowned for its salmon and trout fishing plus
the ruined castle of Kilchurn, the loch and its
surroundings attract numerous visitors to the area
each year, with walkers and climbers in particular
drawn to the Cruachan and Ben Lui mountain
Kilchrenan, five miles to the north, supports
prestigious hotels, a church, village hall, a wellrespected primary school and a fully refurbished inn serving local produce. There is a shop and café in Dalavich, five miles to the south for everyday requirements. Taynuilt, just 10 miles from the property, has a renowned butchers shop and grocers which stocks a range of goods including fresh fruit and veg. The village is also home to a post office, doctor's surgery, hairdressers, two churches and a 9-hole golf course. Secondary education is at Oban High School.
Oban, approximately 22 miles away, has a wide
range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks
and professional services plus the Lorn & Islands
Hospital. Oban is an expanding port with an
attractive sea front and a busy harbour from where ferries serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides.