Situated in the sleepy coastal village of Ardfern, Torr Na Faire offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a distinctive, architect-designed detached property, offering an unusual mix of family accommodation over multiple levels.
The property is accessed from the rear parking area, with a glazed vestibule leading through to a central hallway. A family kitchen is located to the left, complete with an oil-fired range. The dining room is located to the right, offering open views across the mature gardens. The hallway accommodates a central staircase, giving access to each floor of the property.
The next floor up is home to the family lounge, complete with large windows offering unparalleled views across Ardfern Bay. The John Russell design cleverly encompasses a nautical theme throughout and this room is no exception, akin to the outlook from the bridge of a large ship.
A study is set to the right of the lounge, offering a private place to work or relax. A family bathroom completes this floor.
The next floor offers accommodation by way of two double bedrooms. The rooms take advantage of the unique house design, with high ceilings giving an increased sense of space. Each of the rooms offers a combination of shelf and storage space, with windows offering views across the gardens.
The top floor is home to the master bedroom, linked by a large landing to a large walk-in wardrobe room which could easily be converted back into a fourth bedroom.The far-reaching views over the yachts in the bay are simply stunning. The floor is also home to a second family bathroom, complete with full sized bath.
In addition to the living areas, a converted garage on the lower floor offers additional storage space. A brick coal bunker has cleverly been adapted for use as a wine cellar, while the remainder of this floor is set aside as a large utility room. French doors lead out to a paved patio and further to the mature gardens.
The property is accessed from the track by a private sweeping drive and benefits from large gravel parking area bordered by mature gardens. The land extends to around 1.1 Acres, and encompasses a mixture of mature plants, bushes and trees, with other areas laid to lawn.
A stepped path winds up though the gardens, leading to a levelled area set aside to relax, reflect and enjoy the amazing views.
The lower portion of the grounds extends down to the entrance track and benefits from the planting of mature bushes, trees and shrubs.
Torr na Fhaire is set in Ardfern, a sleepy coastal village, located on the shores of Loch Craignish. It is home to the well-established Ardfern Yacht Centre, offering permanent moorings, berths and services for a variety of yachts and watercraft. The village is home to a general store, as well as the Craignish Village Hall, attracting touring theatre groups, performing artists and musicians from far and wide. The hall is also available to book for private events and parties. Ardfern is within easy commuting distance from Lochgilphead and Oban, making it a popular coastal location for families looking to enjoy a more rural lifestyle.
The town of Lochgilphead, approximately 16 miles away, is the administrative centre of Argyll and Bute. The town offers a variety of services and shops including a sports centre and library as well as professional offices, supermarkets, high school and a hospital. The countryside around Lochgilphead is perfect for outdoor pursuits ranging from walking and mountain biking through to more challenging activities.
The popular west coast town of Oban is located approximately 25 miles to the north 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. Oban is an expanding port with an attractive sea front and a busy harbour from where ferries serve the Inner and Outer Hebrides.