Set in a tranquil location with stunning views to the surrounding hills, Creachan Cottage offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a lovely four-bedroom detached property, offering family accommodation over two levels.
Access to the property is from a gravel parking area to the front, leading into a central hallway. A family lounge is located to the left-hand side, with dual aspect windows offering views to both the front and rear gardens. A multi-fuel stove has recently been installed, providing warmth and comfort in equal measure. Adjacent to the lounge, a conservatory offers a space to relax and enjoy the stunning views across to the surrounding hills.
To the right of the hallway, a stylish dining room offers a space to relax and socialise with family and friends. Wooden floors and neutral colours compliment the front facing windows, giving the room a bright and airy feel.
To the rear of the property, a fully fitted kitchen comprises of a combination of wooden wall and floor units complimented by integrated appliances. Glazed doors give further access to a utility room with attached WC, with additional storage space located under the stairs.
A wooden staircase leads from the hallway to the upper floor where accommodation is provided by way of four double bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefitting from en-suite bathroom facilities. A stylish family bathroom completes the property layout.
Externally, a spacious gravel driveway leads to a parking area large enough to accommodate several vehicles. Fenced gardens surround the property, with many areas laid to grass. The property benefits from open rural views to the front.
An attached garage offers parking, storage or workshop space and houses an oil-fired boiler. The roof void of the garage offers additional storage space.
Creachan Cottage lies approximately 12 miles to the south of Oban making it within easy commuting distance of the town. The property is encompassed in open hill country with lush green surroundings, woodlands and wildlife all making it a great place for having walks and bird watching. Primary schooling is provided in the nearby village of Kilninver with secondary education in Oban with a bus service providing transport to both. The surrounding area abounds with outdoor sporting and leisure opportunities and is renowned for its excellent sailing waters.
Close by, the rural village of Kilmelford enjoys a thriving community life with local services including a village hall, a general store with a café and post office, licensed hotel with both a pub and restaurant, parish church and yachting marina.
The main local centre is Oban, an extremely attractive and popular tourist destination which is the hub of North Argyll. The town is the principal Caledonian MacBrayne ferry terminal for most of the inner Hebridean islands as well as two of the outer Hebridean islands. A railway station lies adjacent to the ferry terminal. The line serves Glasgow and beyond and services run on a regular basis.