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Lot 1 Caliglen House

Southend, Campbeltown, Argyll & Bute, PA28 6RN

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  • Attractive and spacious four bedroom bungalow with fine coastal views

  • Large modern building suitable for a variety of uses

  • Situated in a rural location within close proximity to Campbeltown

  • About 5.51 Acres of land

Caliglen House
Caliglen House is situated close to the farm building and just to the south of the public road leading to Southend and the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse. The house, constructed in 1993, provides spacious family accommodation over a …

Caliglen House
Caliglen House is situated close to the farm building and just to the south of the public road leading to Southend and the Mull of Kintyre Lighthouse. The house, constructed in 1993, provides spacious family accommodation over a single floor.

The property enjoys excellent views to the south west, with the Irish coast clearly visible on a good day. The accommodation is spacious throughout and comprises a large dining kitchen with fully fitted cupboards, worktops and integral appliances, and a small utility room off, with door to the outside. There is a spacious dining room with glazed doors to the garden, and a large lounge with triple windows to two elevations, offering stunning views of the surrounding countryside and the coast. There is a separate cloakroom with WC and wash hand basin, and a family bathroom offering a bath, separate shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin. Four bedrooms of varying size are located off the corridor, the master bedroom benefitting from an en-suite shower room. The house has an extensive car parking area and garden ground to three sides, mainly laid to lawn.

Farm Building
The farm building was constructed around 2012 and measures 42m by 15m and comprises a galvanised steel frame with box profile sheeting and a cement fibre roof. The shed has a concrete floor throughout and large roller doors to two sides, and two pedestrian doors. The shed has a power supply to it, and offers many additional uses other than agricultural, subject to obtaining the necessary consents.

The land at Lot 1 extends to about 1.88 Ha (4.65 Acres) of temporary grass and gently slopes from the public road at its highest point down towards The Lone Burn. The land is classified as Grade 4.2 by The James Hutton Institute and comprises two main enclosures adjacent to the house and the building, both ideal for grazing horses and other livestock, or for utilising in some other commercial use in conjunction with the farm building.