2, The Green is situated at the end of a pretty row of terraced villas in the heart of Craobh Haven village. The property, which dates from 1985, enjoys an elevated position offering far reaching sea views to the famous …
2, The Green is situated at the end of a pretty row of terraced villas in the heart of Craobh Haven village. The property, which dates from 1985, enjoys an elevated position offering far reaching sea views to the famous slate isles. Close to the property is a superb, 250 berth marina providing an ideal base from which to explore the waters, inlets and isles of the West Coast. The village also features a pub, restaurant, chandlery and small shop. The area is well known for its stunning scenery and choice of water sports and has long been a popular destination for sailors and boating enthusiasts as well as for fishing and diving. The area is also popular for its wildlife with the unspoilt landscape providing a natural habitat for many species including deer, otters, pine martens and sea eagles. There are also numerous coastal and inland walks to enjoy. Local attractions include the National Trust gardens at Arduaine and museum at Kilmartin. The coastal town of Oban to the north offers a wide range of services including shops, restaurants, leisure facilities and schools. The town’s railway station links the area to Glasgow and north to Fort William and there is a choice of regular ferry services from the harbour to the Inner and Outer Isles. To the south, Lochgilphead offers local produce from a range of artisan shops. There is also a secondary school and hospital.
2, The Green is deceptively spacious and benefits from a modern dining kitchen and generous L shaped sitting room. From here French doors open into the rear garden. Unlike other similar properties in the village, 2, The Green benefits from a downstairs toilet while on the first floor are 3 good size bedrooms and family bathroom. The cottage has been very well maintained by the current owners and is being offered in excellent condition throughout. The property would make an ideal weekend retreat or holiday home with excellent income potential. Equally, its size makes it suitable for use as a permanent home.
The villa enjoys a superb position at the end of the terrace. Access is via a central path leading to the front of the house with steps up to a covered vestibule and front door with coal bunker and wood store to the side. A grassy bank, maintained by the marina, adjoins the house at the gable end before continuing around to the rear garden which comprises of a patio and pretty borders. The patio, which can also be accessed from the sitting room, provides a lovely space to sit and relax while enjoying the stunning outlook over the marina and sea beyond. Below the garden is a car parking area for several cars with additional parking in the marina car park.