The Gantocks is a deceptively spacious seven-bedroom property set in an elevated position enjoying stunning loch views. The property has a bright, sunny aspect the property has exceptional views over Loch Linnhe and the hills of Ardgour beyond.
The Gantocks is beautifully decorated and in excellent order throughout and is in walk-in condition.
The rooms have a combination of fitted carpets, wooden and tiled floors. The four en-suite bathrooms and family bathroom are fully tiled ensuring easy maintenance.
The accommodation is well-laid out and offers the potential purchaser the option to continue the 5* Bed and Breakfast business or have an enviable family home.
A tarmac driveway leads to the front of the property where parking is available for several vehicles.
Stone steps lead to a patio seating area and the front door. Hardwood double doors open to a vestibule with a tiled floor which in turn leads to the entrance hall. Doors lead to the dining room and bedroom 1 and stairs rise to the upper floor.
An archway leads to the inner hallway and bedrooms 2,3 and 4 and kitchen.
The dining room lies to the right of the hall and has dual aspect windows enjoying the open views. It has oak flooring and a central feature of a large tiled fireplace with wooden surround. There is recessed book shelving to the sides.
Bedroom 1 is a grand room with bay window overlooking the rear garden. It has built in double wardrobes with mirrored doors and an en-suite bathroom comprising WC, wash hand basin, bath and walk-in shower cubicle with mains shower.
Bedroom 2 sits to the front of the property and enjoys stunning water and mountain views. It has a built-in double wardrobe with mirrored doors and an en-suite shower room.
Bedroom 3 is currently used as an office enjoying loch views which is a most enviable way to spend a day working and enjoying the vista.
Bedroom 4 sits to the rear and overlooks the garden, it has a large en-suite with WC, wash hand basin, whirlpool bath and shower cubicle.
The dining kitchen is accessed via a glazed doorway at the end of the hall. It has a very good range of beech effect floor and wall units and a pantry offering excellent storage. The large AGA is an appealing feature. There is a built-in Beko oven and ceramic hob. There is also plenty of room for a dining table.
An archway leads to the large utility room which has space and plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge freezer. There is also a sink with mixer tap.
A small hallway leads to the back door and separate WC.
From the kitchen a glazed door leads to the sitting room. Dual aspect windows frame the loch views beautifully and this room is an ideal place to relax after a busy day. Velux windows ensure plenty of natural light.
Returning to the main hallway and a door leads to the staircase to the upper floor where bedrooms 5,6 and 7 are located. All of the bedrooms are double in size and have Velux windows which overlook Loch Lhinnie. Bedroom 5 has an en-suite shower room. There is a family bathroom to the end of landing which has WC, wash hand basin, bath and shower cubicle. The upper floor could be developed into a self-catering apartment (subject to necessary consents).
The accessed is shared by the bungalow next door but is owned by The Gantocks.
White goods and furnishings are available by separate negotiation.
Photographs from various dates and some are clients own.
The Gantocks is situated is located on the outskirts of Fort William on the town's main thoroughfare and only a short distance from the town centre and local amenities. A fabulous seven-bedroom detached property situated in an elevated position with superb panoramic views across Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour Hills
Fort William supports a wide range of shopping, recreational facilities, banks, building societies and professional offices. There are a number of primary schools and a hospital as well as churches of different denominations. The town and Lochaber itself is now known as "The Outdoor Capital of the UK" due to the wealth of and easy access to all types of outdoor activities including hill walking, climbing and skiing. Recent additions have included a world-renowned mountain biking track at Aonach Mor which hosts the "Mountain Bike World Cup" and a large indoor rock-climbing wall.