Sitting in a rural location on the fringe of the coastal village of Barcaldine, Grianan offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented three-bedroom property set within a large plot area.
Entrance to the property is from a spacious block-paved parking area, with a vestibule leading into a central hallway. Located to the left-hand side, a wonderful fitted kitchen benefits from a combination of stylish wooden wall and floor units with contrasting worktop complimented by a range of integrated appliances. A breakfast bar extends into the room, creating a perfect place to sit and start the day. A utility room is located adjacent to the kitchen, which can in turn be accessed from the side garden of the property.
A large family lounge is positioned towards the rear the property and features dual aspect windows which flood the room with natural daylight. A set of French doors leads from the lounge to a large area of decking to the rear of the property. A separate dining room is positioned between the kitchen and lounge, also offering access to the expanse of external decking to the rear.
Accommodation is provided by way of three double bedrooms, all of which offer built in wardrobe space. Two of the bedrooms offer full en-suite facilities, set within fully tiled bathrooms.
A stylish family bathroom, accessed by the central hallway, benefits from a modern bathroom suite complimented by a jacuzzi style oval bath. The property layout is completed by a small study area, cleverly set within an opening cupboard in the hallway, with further storage provided by way of an airing cupboard and built-in cupboards within the entrance vestibule.
An expansive attic space is accessed via a loft ladder and features and an uninterrupted design which spans the full width of the property. Velux windows are installed in the roof design, flooding the attic space with natural light. Currently used for storage, the attic offers scope for conversion to additional accommodation, subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property sits within a large plot of land and features a block-paved parking area suitable for the parking of several vehicles. A polytunnel is set at the rear of the garden and offers opportunity for those looking to grow produce from home.
The majority of the garden is laid to lawn, creating a wonderful space for children to play, with other areas home to raised bed sand gravel borders. A detached garden shed provides additional storage.
The decked area to the rear of the property offers a glorious place to sit and take in the open views across the garden and beyond to the surrounding mountains.
The property is well suited to family living, however given is rural location on the ever-popular west coast, could easily be operated as a holiday home, with a potential for generating significant secondary income. Early viewing is highly recommended.
Grianan is situated on the edge of Barcaldine, a delightful rural community located close to the shore of Loch Creran in an area of great natural beauty, steeped in history and with an abundance of flora and fauna. The small settlement provides abundant opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast whilst still being within easy reach of the principal towns of Oban to the South and Fort William to the North. Places of interest include Barcaldine Castle, an early 17th-century tower house and Ardchattan Priory Garden on the north shore of Loch Etive. The village has a primary school and other local services can be found at nearby Benderloch and Connel. Oban airport which is located by North Connel is also to hand.
Oban supports a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks, building societies and professional offices. There are a number of primary schools, a high school, a leisure centre and a hospital as well as churches of different denominations. It is an expanding port with an attractive sea front and busy harbour from which the Caledonian MacBrayne ferries operate serving the Inner Hebrides and some of the Outer Hebrides.