**PLEASE NOTE: A Closing Date has been set for this property. Should you be wishing to offer on the property your best offer, in formal Scottish legal terms, should be in our hands no later than
12 noon on Friday 10th May 2019**
With panoramic views across Oban harbour from its prominent third floor position, Flat 6 offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a well presented two-bedroom apartment, offering a high standard of accommodation over a single level.
The property is accessed from a secure communal staircase, with entrance into a central hallway. To the front of the property, a comfortable lounge offers open views across the bay to the islands beyond. Adjacent to the lounge, a stylish kitchen / diner is fitted with modern appliances and has a bright and airy feel.
Accommodation is provided by way of two double bedrooms, one of which boasts an en-suite shower room. Both bedrooms also benefit from built in wardrobes. A family bathroom and convenient storage cupboard complete the property layout, with a partially boarded loft area offering additional storage space.
The property is in walk-in condition and is ideal for those looking for a holiday apartment in this vibrant coastal town.
The property benefits from a covered car park with secure entry. It is within easy walking distance from the centre of Oban, with accessible transport links to train bus and ferry.
Flat 6, John Anderson House is conveniently located in Oban town centre. Oban is a popular west coast town with a thriving local population. It is popular with tourists and offers a comprehensive range of local amenities including shops, restaurants, banks, cafes and bars.
For those looking to enjoy a more active lifestyle, the town benefits from a large leisure centre, golf club and various gyms. Several sailing marinas are located within close proximity to the town. There are a number of primary schools and a well-respected high school, as well as a medical centre, hospital, and churches of various denominations.
The town prides itself on the title of Scotlands Seafood Capital and has a longstanding fishing heritage. Its bustling harbour is also used by the ferries of Caledonian MacBrayne as they serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides on a daily basis.