Finlarig Lodge enjoys an outstanding location, sitting in an elevated position looking south across Loch Tay, to the north-east of Killin in the County of Stirlingshire and on the boundary with Perthshire. Commanding outstanding views over the loch and …
Finlarig Lodge enjoys an outstanding location, sitting in an elevated position looking south across Loch Tay, to the north-east of Killin in the County of Stirlingshire and on the boundary with Perthshire. Commanding outstanding views over the loch and onto the hills beyond, Finlarig Lodge enjoys a quiet rural setting close to Killin, an attractive village, with the magnificent Falls of Dochart at its centre. Killin offers a range of day-to-day amenities, including individual retailers, chemist, doctor’s surgery, hotels and post office, together with a primary school, whilst secondary schooling is available at McLaren High School in Callander. The town of Callander can be reached in approximately a 30 minute journey by car and offers excellent facilities including two supermarkets, butcher, baker, dentist surgery and numerous independent retailers. Crianlarich lies within a 20 minute car journey to the south-west with its railway station providing daily services, whilst Aberfeldy lies about 20 miles to the north-east with an excellent range of shops and the recently opened Birks of Aberfeldy cinema.
The historic City of Stirling, with its famous castle, lies to the south and offers a full range of amenities, including a shopping centre, restaurants, cinema and both railway and bus stations. Both Edinburgh and Glasgow can be reached in approximately a 1.5 hour journey by car and both offer a full range of city amenities, including international airports.
There are a wealth of recreational activities on the doorstep of Finlarig Lodge including water sports and sailing on Loch Tay, a variety of tracks in the surrounding hills and glens for walking and mountain biking, whilst fishing, shooting and stalking can all be taken locally. For the golfer, there are 9 hole courses in Killin, Aberfeldy and at Mains of Taymouth near Kenmore, with an 18 hole course in Callander.
Finlarig Lodge is an attractive one and a half storey detached stone built house under a slate roof with a southerly aspect commanding magnificent views over Loch Tay and the surrounding countryside. Finlarig Lodge was created from three former railway cottages and now offers good sized accommodation over two floors with the principal rooms enjoying the southerly outlook and views over the loch. The house is centred on an open plan sitting room/dining room with an attractive stone fireplace, spiral staircase to the first floor and a bay window, giving a wonderfully light and bright reception room. The kitchen lies conveniently adjacent with the practical utilty room beyond. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom on the ground floor. The principal bedroom with a balcony and spacious en-suite bathroom/dressing room is found on the first floor, together with the fourth bedroom.
The accommodation, over two floors, comprises:
Hall, Open Plan Sitting Room/ Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom.
Principal Bedroom with Balcony and En-suite Bathroom/Dressing Room, Bedroom 4.
GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Finlarig Lodge sits within extensive grounds of about 2.3 acres (0.93 ha). A tarmacadam drive leads to a good sized gravelled sweep to the front of the house, beyond which are well stocked borders. A gate leads to a further garden, down to lawn with a green house. Lying beyond is the useful poly tunnel which has grown a range of vegetables, whilst to the north of Finlarig Lodge is a sloping woodland.
Finlarig Lodge has a number of useful outbuildings comprising:
Double garage, second double garage with workshop, boat house, garden store attached to the east side of the house, greenhouse and poly tunnel.
EPC = G
Water Private Borehole