Larachmor is a deceptively spacious, detached bungalow situated in a delightful, rural setting on the Machrihanish Road on the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula. The property enjoys far reaching views across open fields and is only a short distance from the stunning …
Larachmor is a deceptively spacious, detached bungalow situated in a delightful, rural setting on the Machrihanish Road on the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula. The property enjoys far reaching views across open fields and is only a short distance from the stunning beaches and golf courses for which Machrihanish is known. To the east, Campbeltown, one of the largest towns in Argyll, provides a wide range of services including primary and secondary schools. The property which would benefit from some improvement, sits in generous grounds with scope for development into a most attractive garden.
Larachmor comprises a spacious sitting room opening into a large, open plan dining kitchen beyond which is a utility/cloakroom and access to the rear garden. The property has 3 double bedrooms, one with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom. Unusually, the attic space has been developed to provide extensive additional storage or as a play area for children, study space or accommodation. The attic is reached via a staircase from the hall or via a step ladder within the garage. From the attic to the rear of the property are double doors opening out onto a small balcony from which it is possible to enjoy spectacular panoramic views.
Externally, Larachmor benefits from a large drive which continues around the property and offers ample space for parking both to the front and rear. The property also benefits from an integral garage/workshop. The garden, which can also be accessed via patio doors from the kitchen, offers a choice of areas to sit and enjoy the spectacular scenery and wildlife.
The property is ideally situated for access to Campbeltown with its excellent range of services including a leisure centre, shops, restaurants, cafés, cinema, medical practice and hospital as well as a choice of schooling. There are also a number of visitor attractions including the world famous Springbank Distillery and a wide range of outdoor activities including walking, water sports, pony trekking and horse riding. From Campbeltown Airport scheduled flights operate to Glasgow. There is also a regular ferry service from Campbeltown to Ardrossan on Scotland’s south west coast.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance Hall. Sitting Room. Dining Kitchen. Utility/Cloakroom. Bathroom. Master Bedroom. En-suite Shower Room. 2 further Bedrooms.
First Floor: Large attic with access to balcony.
Larachmor is approached along the B843 road to Machrihanish. The property is accessed through double gates opening onto the drive from where steps lead up to a door opening into the:
Porch, with recessed cupboard and glazed door to:
Hallway, ‘T’ shaped with door to:
Sitting Room, single aspect with large picture window to front with views of farm and fields, raised feature stone wall, sliding opaque glass door to:
Dining Kitchen, double aspect room with wall and floor mounted units, Belling electric oven and grill, Belling induction hob, dish washer, 1.5 sink with integral worktop, patio doors opening into garden, door to rear vestibule and garden beyond and door to:
Utility/Cloakroom, single aspect with wash hand basin, WC, washing machine, built in cupboard. Returning to the hall and doors to cupboard and:
Bathroom, single aspect with corner bath, wash hand basin, corner shower unit with Mira electric shower and WC.
Master Bedroom, single aspect room overlooking the rear garden with built in cupboard and door to:
En-Suite, with window to rear and internal coloured glass block wall, corner shower unit with Gainsborough electric shower, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. Returning to the hall and doors to:
Bedroom 2, wWith front facing window and built in cupboards.
Bedroom 3, single aspect with built in cupboards. Also from the hall is a door to:
A small staircase - with storage space below - leads up to the:
Attic (restricted headroom), a large, ‘T’ shaped area with power, electric and built in cupboards along the walls providing extensive storage. To the rear of the attic, double doors open onto a small balcony with solid balustrade. The balcony offers far reaching views of open countryside. Also from the attic a door leads into a further – undeveloped – storage area above the garage/workshop from which a step ladder gives access to the garage below.
Garage/Workshop (8.10m x 7.35m) with windows to the front and rear, electric and power. This full depth garage can be accessed by an up and over door to the front and sliding wooden doors to the rear. Access is also available from within the property via the attic.
To the front of Larachmor, a low level wall with double gates marks the boundary with wire fencing to the sides and rear. The grounds include an extensive gravel/tarmac drive with parking for several cars, deep flower beds, patio to the rear and drying area. The garden grounds offer ample scope for development and benefit from stunning, uninterrupted views across the adjoining open countryside.