Set in an elevated position overlooking the picturesque bay of Oban, Sannox is a substantial period stone and brick-built property sitting under a traditional slate roof.
Entrance to the front is via a private path through mature gardens giving access to the front door of the property. A vestibule leads into a central hallway, flooded by natural light from the skylight windows over the impressive wooden staircase.
A comfortable and spacious lounge is located to the left, complete with decorative fireplace and a large bay window, which perfectly frame the ever-changing and far reaching views.
The dining room is located to the right of the hallway, giving further access to the fully fitted kitchen at the rear of the property, recently upgraded and designed in a way to maximise usable space. The ground floor layout is completed by a WC and laundry/storage room, both located to the side of the kitchen. A glazed door leads to the rear garden from the kitchen where an integral storage shed conveniently houses a new boiler.
The impressive staircase leads from the hallway to the first floor, where a split landing provides access to the master bedroom and two further bedrooms along with two family bathrooms, the largest of which has been recently upgraded to accommodate a feature corner bath and separate shower.
The property has been tastefully restored and recently decorated throughout, with much thought given to preserving the striking period features, such as ornate ceiling roses, intricate cornices and original decorative woodwork.
The property has been used as a family home in recent years but is equally suited to be operated as a Bed and Breakfast, offering buyers potential for secondary income. Viewing is highly recommended.
Sannox is set in an elevated position with superb views across the bay. Mature gardens and trees surround the property offering a degree of privacy, with some areas laid to lawn. A garden shed provides storage for gardening essentials, and a short path leads up to a raised seating area.
To the rear of the property, winding steps lead up through mature gardens to give access to a roadside parking area.
Unusually the property sale also includes a large detached garden, offering valuable off road private parking. It also offers potential for the construction of a garage, subject to the necessary planning approvals.
Sannox is conveniently located just a ten minute walk from Oban town centre, and in close proximity to Pulpit Hill's famed viewing point from where some of the area's best panoramic views can be enjoyed.
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 Scotland's 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.