Located in the sleepy village of Dalavich close to the shores of Loch Awe, 43 Dalavich offers well-appointed family accommodation over two levels.
The ground floor comprises of a large kitchen/dining room with feature multifuel stove, a bright, comfortable lounge with open fire, family bathroom and downstairs bedroom.
The first floor of the property encompasses two double bedrooms, linked by a small central landing which also houses a useful airing cupboard. The landing benefits from natural light thanks to a skylight above.
The property has benefited from complete internal decoration over recent years, giving it a warm and welcoming feel. It is ideally suited to a young family, but given its rural location, would also be suited to the holiday home market, with scope for significant income potential.
Externally, the property is accessed from the road via a shared driveway, with off-road parking for two vehicles at the front of the house. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn and has a mature planted border. To the rear of the property a large patio area makes a great place for children to play. A workshop, woodshed and ancillary sheds provide useful storage options.
43 Dalavich is situated in the village of Dalavich on the banks of Loch Awe, one of Scotlands largest and most picturesque freshwater lochs. The area is also popular tourist destination with those looking to pursue other outdoor activities. With its wooded shores and scattered small islands, the area is a popular destination for anglers, hill walkers and holiday makers. Dalavich itself offers a well-stocked General Store which includes a Post Office and an excellent café serving local produce and delicacies, whilst the extremely active, community-run village hall also offers a Restaurant and Bar.
The vibrant seaside town of Oban is located around 26 miles to the North West, with Lochgilphead, the administrative centre of Argyll and Bute, just 21 miles to the South. Oban 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.
Lochgilphead also offers a variety of amenities such as library, sports centre and shops, and is home to both primary and secondary schools. Campbeltown is located a little further down the Kintyre peninsula and offers an extensive range of services and is famous for its whisky and fishing.