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Gobagrennan

Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, PA28 6NX

Guide Price £250,000


  • A deceptively spacious, detached, former shepherd's house in a delightful, rural setting.

  • 4 Bedrooms & 1 Reception Room

  • Stunning outlook

  • Extended and refurbished bungalow

  • Stabling for two horses

  • Sauna and Jacuzzi

  • Garden and grazing land

  • Close to Campbeltown

This charming 3/4 bedroom property lies nestled in the Kintyre countryside in a delightful and tranquil location yet only a short distance from Campbeltown. The property, which was once a shepherd’s house has been extended and enhanced over the ...

This charming 3/4 bedroom property lies nestled in the Kintyre countryside in a delightful and tranquil location yet only a short distance from Campbeltown. The property, which was once a shepherd’s house has been extended and enhanced over the years to offer practical and spacious accommodation over one floor and is ideally suited as a family home.

As well as three good sized bedrooms, the property includes a conservatory – recently renewed – modern dining kitchen, generous sitting room and health suite with Jacuzzi and sauna. A further room currently used as a study is equally suited as a bedroom. The property has benefited from significant investment over the years including a new kitchen, bathroom, windows and oil fired boiler installed in 2016. Gobagrennan sits in an elevated position offering delightful views of the Kintryre hills. The house has a pretty garden to the front and substantial outbuildings to the rear including stables, sheep pen, workshops, wood stores and general purpose steel span shed. In addition to three acres of re-seeded ground is a further 9 acres of rough grazing offering the potential for a small holding with sheep, horses, ponies or other animals. .

Gobagrennan meaning ‘sunny point’, is situated close to the shores of Lussa Loch the principle trout loch in Argyll. As well as fishing, the loch offers canoeing and swimming. There are also sailing and canoe clubs in Campbeltown. The loch is surrounded by forests maintained by the Forestry Commission which make it a natural habitat for birds including thousands of geese which over winter in the area as well as other wildlife. The property, which enjoys far reaching views, is situated on the Kintryre Way with its choice of walks through miles of unspoilt countryside. The area is also popular with the local riding club with extensive forest tracks making it ideal for pony trekking and horse riding.