Large, striking, contemporary design from award winning Grand Designs featured architects Rural Design, this last remaining 5 bedroomed home (plot 3) stands a level above the rest and offers serious value for money. Built to offer record levels of air tightness, the lowest ever tested by Highland Air Tightness, your home will absorb the suns rays and hold the heat in, dramatically reducing your heating bills. Designed to maximise the panoramic views from every window, you will never tire of the every changing landscapes these homes are immersed in.
- Clad in beautiful sustainable silvered Scottish larch requiring no maintenance at all for life with crisp white through colour render and splashes of colour to add vibrancy.
- All large aspect, aluminium clad, super efficient windows and doors have been orientated to accentuate the views, absorb the winter sun and again offer zero maintenance. The efficiency of the house means that these windows can be much larger than normal and still retain the warmth.
- Vieo double seamed roof, typically seen on high end designs, offers a leap forward in design and innovation. These roofs are far more durable than traditional slate or concrete tiles as there are no penetrations in the sheets whatsoever and striking in appearance.
- Insulation far in advance of industry standards ensuring energy costs are kept exceptionally low.
- Offering flexible layout arrangements the house can be tailored to suit your needs..
Walk in wardrobes, 5 bedroom 3 bathrooms, utility room, woodburning stove, glass juliette balcony, sheltered entrance and large detached double garage. Options also include underfloor heating, Jacuzzi bath tub, mains pressure shower fed by thermal stores, feature led lighting and polished concrete floors. Due for completion Summer 2020 this is a most impressive superior 5 bedroomed house with open plan living maximising the breath-taking views in every direction. If you buy off plan you will be able to choose your own finish from decoration, bathrooms, tiling, kitchen and landscaping.
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Over-looking the magnificent mountains of Glencoe and the Mamores, Kinlochleven is well known as 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 the village are home to a variety of wildlife including golden eagles, red deer and pine martins. Sailing and sea-kayaking 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 waters of the west coast produce some magnificent seafood and this can be sampled in the nearby Loch Leven Sea Food Café, only a short drive from the village.
Located on the famous West Highland Way, Kinlochleven is extremely popular offering attractions such as the Aluminium Story Visitor Centre and the Ice Factor National Ice Climbing Centre, one of the top visitor attractions in the highlands and the world's biggest indoor ice climbing wall. It is also host to an array of annual events from World Trial bike championships, numerous mountain bike and running events held throughout the year and the first walking festival. There is a significant network of mountain biking and hiking trails right on the doorstep.
Also in the village is a range of amenities including a post office, hotels, shops, bars and restaurants, doctors surgery. The school which operates within the Leven Centre Campus now has state of the art 21st Century ict facilities (in all classrooms), two gym halls, a fitness suite, a 150 seat theatre and many more exciting and interesting features. The campus incorporates Kinlochleven library, which includes the Highland Council Service Point, in addition to a games hall and state of the art astroturf pitch for school and community use. It incorporates Nursery, Primary, High school and college. Pupils are offered activities such as sailing, kayaking and skiing to mention just a few.
Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber and is known as the "Outdoor Capital of the UK". It is popular with those who enjoy stunning scenery, wildlife, walking and outdoor pursuits. There are a variety of shops, a library, museum, tourist information centre and bus/railway station with links to Mallaig, Glasgow Inverness and Edinburgh.
From Fort William travelling south along the A82, at North Ballachulish take the Kinlochleven turnoff, where signposted, and follow the road for approximately 7 miles. On entering Kinlochleven, the houses are easily visible, set above the village centre overlooking the green. Virtual tour available under (Virtual tour tab)