Sitting in an elevated rural location with stunning, open lo loch views, Loch Awe House is a substantial, detached 5-bedroom property set in approximately 9 acres of land.
Entrance to the property is via a sheltered decking area, leading into a spacious hallway. A large, well equipped kitchen is located on the right-hand side, fitted with a stylish central breakfast bar/dining area. A utility room is conveniently located to the rear of the kitchen, housing appliances and providing a useful space for storage of outdoor clothing and boots.
The downstairs hallway also provides access to a large, modern family bathroom, formal dining room and though to an impressive feature lounge. Full height windows offer open views across the gardens and beyond to the loch. The focal point of the lounge is a large multifuel stove, providing warmth and comfort in equal measure. It is a truly magnificent place to relax and unwind.
A ground floor en-suite bedroom is conveniently located off the lounge, perfect for accommodating guests, particularly for those with mobility difficulties.
The spacious design continues to the first floor, where a central landing provides access to a further four bedrooms, all with impressive en-suite facilities. The central bedroom again benefits from full-height feature windows, providing unparalleled open views and flooding the room with natural light.
Two partially covered decking areas sit to the front of the property, opening up the living spaces and capitalising on the spectacular garden views.
Loch Awe House is well suited as a family home but, given its desirable rural location, could also be operated as a holiday home, providing significant income potential.
Access is via a sweeping drive, leading to a gravel parking area to the rear of the house. The property sits in grounds of around 9 acres and offers scope for future development, subject to the necessary planning regulations. A small shed is conveniently situated to the rear of the main house, and planning permission has also been granted for the construction of a large detached garage.
As the name suggests, this house benefits from its commanding position along the shores of Loch Awe and a section of loch frontage with full fishing rights is included in the sale. It is the perfect place for those looking to enjoy peace and tranquillity.
The subjects are situated in a prime, elevated position on the southern shores of Loch Awe and benefit from riparian rights upon it. Loch Awe is one of Scotland's largest and most picturesque fresh water lochs, renowned for its salmon and trout fishing as well as recreational boating and wildlife watching. The loch and its scenic surroundings attract numerous visitors to the area each year, with walkers and climbers in particular drawn to the Cruachan and Ben Lui mountain ranges.
The property is situated approximately 12 miles away from the village of Ford which lies at the southern end of Loch Awe, some 5 miles north of the historic village of Kilmartin. Kilmartin supports a primary school, church, local shop with post office, a popular hotel serving bar meals and an award-winning museum with restaurant.
Lochgilphead is the principal local centre and further amenities are available in both Dalmally and Oban. There is also a railway station at Dalmally on the popular Glasgow to Oban line.