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Varrda Mhor

West Loch, Tarbert, Argyll and Bute, PA29 6YF

Offers Over £270,000


  • A delightful, detached family home close to picturesque Tarbert with loch views.

  • 4 Bedrooms & 2 Reception Rooms

  • Quiet, rural location with loch views

  • Spacious accommodation over two floors

  • Good size garden

  • Additional field suited to a variety of uses

  • Close to popular village and marina

  • Good range of local amenities

  • About 1.43 hectares (3.5 acres) in all.

Varrda Mhor is a most attractive 4 bedroom detached family home enjoying a superb, elevated position in a quiet location with lovely views of West Loch and the surrounding countryside. The property forms part of a pretty hamlet conveniently close ...

Varrda Mhor is a most attractive 4 bedroom detached family home enjoying a superb, elevated position in a quiet location with lovely views of West Loch and the surrounding countryside. The property forms part of a pretty hamlet conveniently close to the village of Tarbert and main road network. The one and a half storey property which is situated at the end of a small public road, offers generous accommodation including open plan dining kitchen, lounge, further living area, good sized bedrooms and additional room off the master bedroom ideal for use as a study or dressing room. Varrda Mhor has also benefited from a number of improvements by the current owners including the addition of a utility room and cloakroom and refurbished en-suite. From the dining kitchen is direct access to a raised deck offering far reaching views.

The property benefits from a large garden with lawns, raised beds and patio to the rear. Also included in the sale is a field acquired by the current owners and extending to about 3.2 acres. The field, which slopes down to the house can be accessed from the rear garden of Varrda Mhor and includes a large, flat area at the top ideal for outbuildings such as stables. Separate access to the field via a gate at the top of the road, as well as from the main road, offers the potential for it to be developed subject to the usual planning consents. We understand current electric pylons within the field are scheduled to be
removed by SSE as part of a wider programme of improvements across the local countryside (www.ssen-transmission.co.uk/projects/inverara-crossing).