The house at Plot 3 offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a wonderful detached four-bedroom family home offering accommodation over two levels.
Architectural plans for the property show a ground floor entrance leading into a central hallway and through to an open plan lounge with combined kitchen and dining area. Two bedrooms will be located on the ground floor, the largest of which will feature an en-suite shower room. The ground floor layout will be completed by a family bathroom and utility room, both of which can accessed from the hallway.
Two further bedrooms will be located on the upper floor, both of which will be complimented by en-suite shower rooms and built in wardrobes. A linen cupboard completes the property layout.
The property price represents a fully completed property with defined finishes and specifications in line with current building standards. The property will be subject to completion certificate and suitable warranty (NHBC or equivalent).
Clients will be given options to choose from a pre-defined selection of finishes, such as kitchen style, floor finishes and bathroom fittings, subject to project status.
Once complete, the property will be accessed from a private drive with shared access. Plenty of parking will be available at the property. The land surrounding the property offers scope for the addition of garden sheds and summer house.
Plot 3 enjoys enviable open views across the countryside and is within easy commuting distance from Oban. Public transport links are very convenient, with a bus service to Taynuilt and Oban, and subsequent train services to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The House at Plot 3 is located in the village of Kilchrenan. The village supports several prestigious hotels, a church, village hall, a recently refurbished local inn and well-respected primary school. Secondary education is undertaken at Oban.
Everyday requirements can be found at Taynuilt approximately 6 miles to the north. Taynuilt has a number of traditional stores including butcher, grocer and a Sub-Post Office. It has a modern doctor's surgery, police station, two churches, a golf course, a hotel and a tea-room.
Loch Awe is one of Scotland's largest and most picturesque freshwater lochs with its wooded shores, ruined castle of Kilchurn and scattered small islands. It attracts numerous visitors to the area, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing,
as well as enticing climbers and walkers drawn to the Cruachan and Ben Lui mountain ranges. The area is also popular with those keen on wildlife. Both Ospreys and Red Squirrels can be seen from the house.
Further services are available in Oban, an expanding port with an attractive sea front and busy harbour, well known as the main Caledonian MacBrayne terminal and gateway to the isles. The town offers a full range of shopping facilities as
well as banks and professional offices. There are a number of primary schools, a hospital, a leisure centre, a cinema and a high school.