Located in the picturesque Argyllshire village of Lochawe, the Sheiling is a spacious detached bungalow of Doran construction occupying a substantial plot. The property comprises a large open plan dining/living area with with large oil burning stove, adjacent fitted kitchen, en-suite master bedroom, a family bathroom and a further two double bedrooms.
Occupying a land area extending to some 0.18Ha (0.45 acres), access is from the road via a shared unmade track. The Sheiling also enjoys the advantage of being the final property on the track giving it added privacy.
The property would benefit from some minor modernisation and as such, is perfectly suited towards the investor and first-time buyer markets. Given its proximity to Loch Awe is it ideal for those looking to enjoy water sports and the many outdoor activities on offer. As such the Sheiling could also be operated as a holiday home, offering significant income potential.
A gated driveway leads to a large single garage with storage, and allows space for extra car parking. Mature gardens surround the property, with a sloped area of land extending down from the track towards the public road. A brick outbuilding conveniently houses laundry appliances. Given the extensive land, the property gives scope for future development, albeit subject to necessary planning approvals.
From its elevated position, the property offers seasonal views across Loch Awe, and is conveniently located for those looking to enjoy outdoor pursuits or water sports.
The Sheiling sits in an attractive location close to the local amenities and within reasonable driving distance of the popular seaside town of Oban. A bus stop is conveniently located nearby, providing The Sheiling with excellent transport links to Dalmally, Oban, Fort William and Glasgow routes.
Lochawe is a popular and picturesque village on the shores of the loch of the same name. 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.
North Argyll is a particularly popular holiday destination and is an area of outstanding natural beauty. The sea lochs provide not only some of the best sailing waters in Europe, but also contain some of the most historic and interesting diving sites. The countryside is a mixture of quiet lochs through to the highest peak of Ben Cruachan and beyond.
The village of Lochawe, supports a hotel, grocery and newsagents store, a post office and a newly refurbished restaurant. There is also a station as the village is on the Glasgow to Oban rail line.