Set amidst spectacular Highland scenery with panoramic views sweeping over the adjacent countryside to Loch Linnhe, the subjects of sale form an impressive detached bungalow, occupying spacious and private garden grounds. In immaculate order throughout and beautifully presented, the property benefits from ground source electric heating, double glazing and a feature multi-fuel stove. Strathlea takes full advantage of its position above the Loch and is further enhanced by the surrounding garden grounds, including an excellent car port. Due to the size and location, the property would be ideally suited as a family home, idyllic holiday retreat or the potential as a holiday rental business in an extremely buoyant letting market.
The accommodation arranged over one level comprises of – entrance hallway, sun lounge, lounge, dining kitchen, utility, family bathroom and five bedrooms, three of which include en-suite shower rooms.
Peacefully situated, with stunning views across Loch Laich and Loch Linnhe to the surrounding hills and countryside, Strathlea forms a superior detached bungalow, set in generous, landscaped garden grounds. The setting is further complemented by the property itself, which has been thoughtfully designed and exhibits a light and bright interior, creating a wonderful family home.
In immaculate order throughout, the property has been designed to create fantastic living space and enjoys well proportioned, bright and airy rooms. Boasting premium features including a superb sun lounge with oak flooring, French doors and uninterrupted panoramic views, a spacious lounge with multi-fuel stove, dining kitchen with integral appliances, modern family bathroom and wonderful master bedroom with en-suite and dual aspect windows to name but a few.
The property’s layout provides the owners with flexible accommodation and offers a fantastic family home, however it would also be ideally suited as an idyllic holiday home or as an opportunity to use as either a guest house or as a premium self-catering accommodation in a very buoyant holiday letting market.
Enjoying landscaped garden grounds, Strathlea is approached by a private, tarmac driveway leading to the gravelled parking areas and carport. Laid to a mixture of lawn, gravel and paved areas for ease of maintenance, the generous grounds are offset with mature trees, hedging, shrubs and bushes with circular paved patio and pergola positioned to take full advantage of the outstanding views over the Loch and fascinating waterway.
The village of Appin is a thriving community, conveniently located between the principle towns of Oban and Fort William and benefits from a well respected primary school, churches, restaurant, garage, garden centre and extremely active village hall, whilst further facilities, including an excellent grocer’s store with post office, doctor’s surgery and hotels are located in neighbouring Port Appin. The popular and much-viewed Castle Stalker and Castle Stalker Café are a couple of minutes drive away from the property, and in addition to water activities available on Loch Linnhe, there is also a cycle track running through the village with a highly regarded 9-hole golf course at nearby Ballachulish.
Entrance Hallway 9.6 x 6.5 (about 31’5 x 21’3)
Sun Lounge 7.1 x 4.2 (about 23’3 x 13’9)
Lounge 5.7 x 5.1 (about 18’6 x 16’9)
Dining Kitchen 5.7 x 4.4 (about 18’6 x 14’3)
Utility 1.9 x 1.9 (about 6’3 x 6’3)
Bathroom 3.0 x 1.4 (about 9’9 x 4’6)
Bedroom 3.0 x 2.6 (about 9’9 x 8’6)
Bedroom 3.3 x 3.0 (about 10’9 x 9’9)
Bedroom 4.0 x 3.0 (about 13’0 x 9’9)
En-Suite Shower Room 2.2 x 1.7 (about 7’3 x 5’6)
Bedroom 3.0 x 3.0 (about 9’9 x 9’9)
En-Suite Shower Room 2.3 x 1.6 (about 7’6 x 5’3)
Master Bedroom 4.8 x 3.5 (about 15’9 x 11’6)
En-Suite Shower Room 2.3 x 1.7 (about 7’6 x 5’6)
The area outlined orange indicates the area included in the sale. The grey shaded area within the orange outline indicates the area which has just been decrofted, whilst the red hatched area shows the right of access to Strathlea.
From Fort William, head south along the A82. After about 13 miles cross the Ballachulish Bridge and at the roundabout after the bridge, take the first exit signposted Oban A828. Proceed on this road for 12 around miles, passing Castle Stalker and The Old Inn. Continue straight ahead for around half a mile and Strathlea is located on the right hand side.