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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Glencoe, Ballachulish, Argyll

Offers in Region of £625,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 6 bedroom main house
  • 2 semi-detached cottages both with 3 bedrooms
  • An established lifestyle business
  • An unparalleled Highland setting

Full description

Gleann Leac Na Muidhe House offers a wonderful, lifestyle business as Glencoe Mountain Cottages are an established name in the area. The business has been successfully run over a number of years, currently benefiting from a 5-star TripAdvisor rating and many repeat bookings. There would also be further potential to develop the business by running the main house as a B&B. The property is secluded but not isolated with neighbours in the glen and the nearby village of Glencoe.

Gleann Leac Na Muidhe House is approached through a porch leading into the large sitting room with windows on two sides and a wood burning stove. Off the sitting room, there is a study that could be used as a further bedroom. From the sitting room, there is a hallway that gives access to the dining room that could also be used as further bedroom accommodation. There are two large double bedrooms, one with an en suite shower room and the other with an adjacent family bathroom with separate walk-in shower. There is a kitchen with an oil-fired Aga that leads onto a cosy sitting room/breakfast room with French windows opening onto the garden. Off the kitchen there is a utility and a W.C. On the first floor, there are two further double bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom with a separate shower cubicle.

Glencoe Mountain Cottages were completed in 1995 and offer mirrored accommodation entered through a hallway giving access to a family bathroom. There is a kitchen that leads onto a sitting room/dining room. Also on the ground floor, there is a double bedroom and a single bedroom, currently furnished with adult sized bunk beds. On the first floor, there is a large double bedroom with a walk-in storage cupboard.

The property sits perfectly within approximately 2.2 acres of garden. The policies are attractively bounded by a burn to west and include a productive kitchen garden and a former pond. There is a large double garage and there is ample parking for multiple cars. On all sides, the property benefits from stunning, mountain views. The glen features the original site of the McDonald Chiefs’ Cattle Shieling prior to the famous massacre.

The property is nestled amongst the magnificent mountains of Glencoe, within the Lochaber Geopark. This area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts offering skiing in the winter, mountain biking in the summer, whilst hill walking and climbing are popular the year round. The mountains surrounding Gleann Leac na Muidhe are home to a variety of wildlife including golden eagles, red deer and pine martins. Sailing from Loch Leven provides access to the rest of the west coast of Scotland, one of the most scenic cruising areas in the world.

The picturesque village of Glencoe is situated between the opening to the renowned glen and Loch Leven, 2.1 miles further along the A82, and this provides local amenities including a primary school, dentist, petrol station and a pub. Nearby Ballachulish provides further facilities with a post office, doctor’s surgery and supermarket. Train stations can be found at both Fort William and Bridge of Orchy, giving access to the north and south.

Gleann Leac Na Muidhe House - EPC Band F
Glencoe Mountain Cottages - EPCs Band D

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Added on Rightmove:
04 July 2017

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