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8 bedroom detached house for sale
Glengyle Steading & Bothy, Loch Katrine, Callander, Perthshire
Available separately or as a whole:
Jacobite Offers over £115,000
Macgregor Offers over £150,000
Rob Roy Offers over £170,000
Cardney (The bothy) Offers over £140,000
Glengyle Offers over £115,000
The Whole: Offers over £675,000
The steadings and bothy have been largely re-built (the outer stone walls are the only surviving remnants of the original steadings) and finished to a high standard and to present day building regulations, making the properties efficient and easy to run. The current owners run the properties as a holiday letting business with good occupancy rates being achieved and repeat business now occurring. For more information visit: www.glengyle-steadings.com
The parcel comprises 5 properties as follows:
McGregor: Reception hallway, open-plan gallery kitchen over sunken open-plan sitting room and dining room with French doors to gardens, upper hallway to cloaks cupboard, bedroom 1 with en suite bathroom, bedroom 2, main bathroom.
Rob Roy: Reception hallway, open-plan sitting and dining room to open-plan fitted kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 with en suite shower room and main shower room.
Glengyle: Reception hallway to open-plan living/dining/kitchen, inner hallway to bedroom and bathroom.
Jacobite: Hallway to open-plan living/dining to kitchen, stairs to upper level to bedroom and shower room.
Cardney (The Bothy): Detached stone property at top end of site, entrance reception hallway, open-plan sitting room to dining room to fitted kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
EPC Energy Efficiency Rating for each property: D
Glengyle Steadings and Bothy are the former farm steading and bothy to Glengyle House. The present owners have completely rebuilt the properties, the exhaustive extent of which have now created a fine portfolio of highland cottages, essentially 5 brand new homes inside historic stone outer shells.
Glengyle Steadings and Bothy are located on the south facing slope of Loch Katrine's north bank, are set in 2.34 acres of land and the properties enjoy fishing rights from one boat for two rods on Loch Katrine.
Loch Katrine, an area of largely unspoilt natural beauty, lies in the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. It is a significant tourist attraction; with local folklore suggesting that Rob Roy was born at Glengyle, historical connections with the MacGregor Clan, the setting of Sir Walter Scott's first major work "The Lady of the Lake" and the steam ship the "Sir Walter Scott" which has serviced the loch since 1900. Both William Wordsworth and James Hogg were also famous visitors.
Loch Katrine offers exciting brown trout fishing. There is spectacular walking over the mountains and glens, and the road around the loch makes for exciting cycling. Wildlife abounds with red and roe deer and the area is rich with birdlife including spectacular raptors.