Situated in an idyllic and enviable location, set amidst some of the finest scenery on the West Coast of Scotland. Nestled amongst shrubs and surrounded by croftland in a spectacular position enjoying splendid views to the surrounding hills. Originally built around 1982, this spacious, three bedroomed detached bungalow spans approximately 99square metres and benefits from generous living accommodation, double glazing, oil fired heating and good storage with built in wardrobes to each of the bedrooms.
There is a detached garage and off-road parking. Accommodation: Entrance porch, inner hallway, lounge, fitted kitchen-diner, utility, W.C, three bedrooms and family bathroom.
Location/amenities: Shielfoot is a small township approximately 2 miles from the village of Acharacle. Acharacle lies on the western end of Loch Shiel and is surrounded by beautiful scenery making it a popular holiday destination.
A semi-rural village which is very well equipped with amenities to include a large, well-stocked and licensed grocery shop, bakery with cafe attached, fish and chip shop, garage, internet coffee shop, a hotel and restaurants. Acharacle has an established and vibrant community, many of whom support and engage in various activities at the local Community Hall to include regular church luncheons, coffee mornings, craft fairs/producer market and yoga.
There is a well-respected and modern Eco-minimalism school, a nursery, a doctor's surgery, several churches, lots of historic sites, beaches and castles nearby as well as it being accessible to the Isle of Mull. There are bus connections to and from Fort William, Glasgow and Inverness. Fort William is the largest nearby town and is the main district town of Lochaber, also known as the "Outdoor Capital of the UK." The town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of tourist attractions including the Caledonian Canal, Ben Nevis, Glen Nevis and the Great Glen and has developed an enviable reputation for providing all manner of outdoor pursuits including skiing, hill walking, mountain biking and sailing to name but a few.
Entrance porch/hallway: 1.47m x 1.2m (4'10" x 3'11") Good size entrance porch with further door leading into the hallway where there is a storage cupboard, radiators and laminate flooring coordinated with the lounge.
Lounge: 4.90m x 4.10m (16'00" x 13'05") Bright and spacious lounge with stunning hillside and croftland views from large window. Laminate flooring and wall lights.
Kitchen – diner: Over all size: 5.25m x 3.57m (17'03" x 11'08") (longest x widest) (K) 3.57m x 3.47m (11'08" x 11'04") (D) 2.98m x 2.09m (9'09" x 6'10") Spacious fitted kitchen-diner with a variety of wall, drawer and base units, an integrated oven and gas hob. Modern, tile effect vinyl flooring.
Dual windows provide views onto the garden and treeline beyond. Utility: 2.42m x 1.59m (7'11" x 5'02") Work surface area, plumbing for washing machine, co-ordinated kitchen flooring. Access to garden ground. W.C: 1.59m x 1.07m (5'02" x 3'06")
bedroom 1: 3.66m x 2.92m (12' x 9'07") (at longest points) Enjoying lovely hillside views towards the River Shiel. Double door fitted wardrobes with hanging rail and shelf, quality fitted carpet.
Bedroom 2: 3.65m x 2.93m (11'11" x 9'07") (at longest points) Double door fitted wardrobes with hanging rail and shelf, quality fitted carpet.
Bedroom 3: 3.17m x 2.97m (10'04" x 9'09") Dual aspect windows, two double doors built in wardrobes.
Family bathroom: 2.97m x 1.57m (9'09" x 5'02") Bath with shower over, wash hand basin and W.C, part tiled walls, shaver socket and vinyl flooring.
Gated access leads into the property where there is a detached garage, outside tap and garden grounds predominantly of gravel and grass. The boundary is surrounded by open croftland which is not included in the sale price. Through-out the garden are a variety of small shrubs, trees and pampas grasses as well as a grassed area and seating, a wonderful spot to sit and enjoy the grounds and wildlife that it occupies