Cuilean is an attractive, single storey detached bungalow offering practical and versatile accommodation in a delightful village setting. The architect designed house, which has only recently been completed sits on a generous site and includes a large drive and private ...
Cuilean is an attractive, single storey detached bungalow offering practical and versatile accommodation in a delightful village setting. The architect designed house, which has only recently been completed sits on a generous site and includes a large drive and private garden to the front and rear. The property benefits from a spacious open plan living area extending the full depth of the house and including a stylish kitchen and 5kw wood burning stove. There are also two double bedrooms, one with en-suite, and a separate bathroom. Cuilean has been finished to a high standard with contemporary fittings, solid wooden doors and attractive coving. The property which has been decorated throughout is being offered for sale ready to occupy. Additional benefits include oil fired central heating with an external Grant boiler, as well as electric under floor heating in the bathrooms, and to the rear the option to add a utility room or porch - the ground work for which is in place. Double doors to the front and good size windows capture the views of Loch Awe and hills beyond while ensuring maximum solar gain.
Cuilean is situated in a pretty rural location making it an ideal home for those looking to downsize or looking to move to a quiet, rural area and with the area also having the added benefit of superfast broadband. Externally, the property is surrounded by a generous garden with ample scope for development as a delightful outdoor space. Beyond the boundary wall to the rear of the property is a natural bank with attractive rock features providing shelter and privacy. The option also exists to acquire a further area of adjoining land by separate negotiation.
The property is situated in the village of Kilchrenan with the surrounding area long sought after by nature lovers with excellent walks along with a variety of outdoor pursuits including fishing and bird watching. The wide expanse of unspoilt landscape, with Ben Cruachan providing a dramatic backdrop, offers a delightful natural paradise to enjoy whilst still within easy reach of the main road network. Kilchrenan has a local school, daily public transport as well as a newly renovated bistro pub - Kilchrenan Inn listed in the latest Good Food Guide. The village is situated close to nearby Taynuilt with shops, medical practice, post office, bus and train station linking the area to Oban, Glasgow and Edinburgh and meets the immediate needs of local residents. The principle town of Oban to the north west offers a wide range of shops and amenities as well as ferry services to the Inner and Outer Hebrides. Further to the north over Connel Bridge is Connel airport offering flights to the islands with plans to extend to Glasgow in future. The road leads to Fort William with the mountains of Ben Nevis beyond.