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Situated in a private and elevated position with spectacular south-westerly coastal views, the accommodation extends to: Entrance porch accessed via Baronial doors, spacious hall, sitting room with fantastic views and 9kw wood burner, conservatory, dining room, newly installed kitchen, utility ...
Situated in a private and elevated position with spectacular south-westerly coastal views, the accommodation extends to: Entrance porch accessed via Baronial doors, spacious hall, sitting room with fantastic views and 9kw wood burner, conservatory, dining room, newly installed kitchen, utility/box room, gun room with access to the cottage, master bedroom, WC, 2 further bedrooms and family bathroom.
There is a spacious fully insulated floored loft which could be converted to provide additional residential accommodation subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The walls have all been cavity insulated. Externally there is a large attractive garden area. The garden slopes down to an enclosed vegetable patch with small
The one bedroom holiday cottage is attached to the house and has its own front door as well as being accessed through the utility room. The property has recently been upgraded and refurbished and comprises a sitting room with 5.5 kw multi fuel stove, kitchen with integrated fridge, oven hob and extractor fan, bedroom and bathroom. An additional bedroom could be converted from the gun room, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.
Close to the house there is a large outbuilding of timber frame construction with light and power which comprises the following:
• Stables and tack room
• Log store
Adjoining the cottage is a large garden store. To the south of the house adjacent to the entrance drive there is a large timber portal frame barn with corrugated cladding and a lean-to-store. On the opposite side of the road is a former stable.
The land is in a ring fenced block comprising permanent pasture and rough grazing, interspersed with open native woodland. The land rises from 30m (98 ft) at the southern boundary to about 80m (262 ft) above sea level at the northern boundary. The land is presently in-hand. The permanent pasture is grazed by a small number of ponies.
The sporting rights at Clachaig are in-hand but have not been actively exercised in recent years. The topography, together with the mixture of landscapes gives the opportunity for some sport at Clachaig, including rough shooting (woodcock and snipe) and stalking for both roe and sika deer.
Clachaig is suitable for small scale tourism, ie campsite or touring caravan park (subject to planning).
Planning permission has been granted by Argyll & Bute Council (Ref:13/02880/PPP) for the erection of a dwelling house. The plot has a new water borehole for its sole usage.