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2 bedroom bungalow for sale

Cnoc A'Mhuilinn, Portsonachan, Dalmally, Argyll and Bute, PA33

Sold STC £159,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Cnoc A'Mhuilinn is a very pretty and cosy cedar clad bungalow type home. The house is detached and is of timber frame construction and cedar cladding with a powder coated profiled metal roof.

The accommodation has recently undergone upgrading and improvement and is presented in clean, fresh decorative order.

The current owners have planning permission and building warrants approved for an exciting enlargement and development of Cnoc A' Mhuilinn, the details of which can be made available for inspection on request.

While Cnoc A'Mhuilinn would make an excellent principal home, its spectacular, rural and lochside location, together with its standard of accommodation, lends itself well to other options: a second home, holiday home or an investment property for self-catering holiday lets from which it could be capable of generating a secondary income.

The main outer door leads to a useful utility/boot room/workshop. Inner hallway leads to main accommodation, Bedroom 1 (master) with fitted wardrobes and drawer unit. Comfortable and bright sitting room with access to conservatory, newly fitted bath & shower room, good sized well equipped dining kitchen including integrated fridge, dishwasher, electric hob, double eye level oven and space for dining table & chairs with glazed doors leading to conservatory and bedroom 2. Inner hallway has access hatch to roof space, linen store housing hot water cylinder and water filtration system.

Detached stone built outhouse and general purpose store under powder coated profiled mental roof.

Driveway to vehicle turning and hard standing. The gardens are laid mainly to grass, and are bounded by mixed hedge at the front. A post and wire stock proof fence forms the boundary and a gently sloping rear lawn leads to raised rear gardens where there are conifers and mixed semi ancient native trees. A paddock is at the western and northern sides.

Cnoc A'Mhuilinn is situated on the southern shores of Lochawe about 1/3 of a mile to the south of the Portsonachan Hotel.

The house nestles amid semi ancient native woodlands in a position of great natural scenic beauty. Short walks lead to view points from where there are superb views to the loch and towards Ben Cruachan, and with zero light pollution, there are dramatic and spectacular sunsets and wonderful opportunities for viewing the night sky.

Lochawe is one of Scotland's most spectacular lochs. It is 25 miles long and runs from the village of Lochawe in the north, to Ford at the south. The nearby Kilchurn Castle is a dramatic ruin, and one of Scotland's most famous and most photographed castles. There are a number of islands in the loch including Innishail, which is the burial island of the Dukes of Argyll. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, is at the head of Loch Fyne, 13 miles to the south.

There is spectacular hill walking, climbing and mountaineering in the area, with skiing at Glencoe. The numerous lochs and rivers provide both salmon fishing and trout fishing and the Ardbrecknish boat yard and marina, 2 miles away, provides sailing and water sports facilities. Some of the local estates run commercial shoots as well as allowing stalking by prior arrangement. The mountains and glens are an area of spectacular nature beauty and a photographers dream.

Lochawe village (9 miles) has a small railway station on the Glasgow to Oban line and a post office and general store. Dalmally (10 miles) is slightly larger and has a primary school, doctor's surgery, pharmacy, post office, village store and railway station. Inveraray (13 miles) is at the head of Loch Fyne and has a variety of shops, hotels and tourist locations. Oban is 31 miles distant and has a full range of shops and supermarkets, secondary schooling and professional services. Oban has the ferry terminal to the Western Isles and is the main base for exciting west coast sailing. Glasgow airport is about a 90 minute drive, under normal travel conditions.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow take the A82 Loch Lomond road north. At Tarbet, proceed onto the A83 towards Inveraray. Enter Inveraray and turn right onto the A819, passing under the archway. After about 10 miles turn left onto the B840 and left again, staying on the B840.

After about 4 miles you will find the Portsonachan Hotel, continue past the hotel for about 1/3 mile to find the entrance to Cnoc A'Mhuilinn on the left hand side.

From the A85 Perth-Oban road, take the A819 and after about 6 miles turn right onto the B840, staying on the B840. Proceed as above."
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27 October 2016

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