Creag Mor is an modern home, which was completed in 2010, surrounded by great natural scenic beauty.
Presented by Robb Residential, the house has been designed with clean fresh and contemporary lines in a location of great natural scenic beauty, located in Dalmally, Argyll.
Creag Mor façade is of layered dry-stone construction with a complimenting timber clad finish at either gable end, the rear of the property is finished with a smooth render finish to its lower half with the upper half completed in timber cladding, all of which is complimented by its dark grey slated roof.
The house which has panoramic windows to the front has been imaginatively conceived and designed in such a way as to maximise on the ever-changing views to the loch, the surrounding mountains and glens.
The house comprises:
Via the main outer front door to welcoming entrance hallway, cupboard housing electrical switch gear, three velux windows, family wet room, bedroom one with fitted under stair storage cupboard, window overlooking front and side garden, formal sitting room with floor to ceiling window with spectacular views loch and towards Ben Cruachan, log burning stove, open plan layout to formal dining come kitchen, twin leaf doors onto raised decking, ideal for alfresco dining. Shelved pantry, door to entrance hallway, shelved linen cupboard housing hot water tank.
Via staircase to garden level, utility room, shelved larder, rear door to greater garden, family bathroom, bedroom twp (master) with triple fitted wardrobes, window to garden, additional shelved storage cupboard, bedroom three with window to garden, fitted cupboard.
Via a fitted wooden staircase to floored roof space, currently set up as a home office/bedroom, two velux windows, access to eaves.
Outbuildings consist of a three bay polytunnel, timber open fronted garage, currently used as a workshop, and a timber log store with corrugated sheet roof.
The garden is accessessed via a county style gate to private driveway, vehicular parking and hard standing. Rear garden is well maintained with a pathway which leads to front the main front door of the property and is flanked with colourful flower beds and apple trees and an assortment of bushes.
There is a raised lawn area which is flanked with beds and bushes and bound by a close timber fence. At the eastern side of the property there are well-maintained vegetable patches and access via a stone staircase to front garden, the front garden is steep and mainly to woodland which maintains itself.
From the raised timber decking on the western side of the property there are spectacular views out across the loch and towards Ben Cruachan.
Creag Mor has a stunning private situation on the southern shore of Loch Awe, with superb views to the loch and towards Ben Cruachan, from here there are excellent sunsets and spectacular Northern Lights.
Loch Awe is one of Scotlands most spectacular lochs, it is 25 miles long and runs from the village of Lochawe to Ford at the south. Kilchurn Castle is a dramatic ruin, and one of Scotland’s most famous and most photographed castles. There are a number of islands in the loch including Innishail, which is the burial island of the Dukes of Argyll. Inveraray Castle, the seat of the Dukes of Argyll, is at the head of Loch Fyne, 13 miles to the south.
There is spectacular hill walking, climbing and mountaineering in the area, with skiing at Glencoe. The numerous lochs and rivers provide both salmon fishing and trout fishing and the opportunity for boating and water sports. Some of the local estates run commercial shoots as well as allowing stalking by prior arrangement. The whole surrounding area is a photographer’s dream.
Loch Awe village (9 miles) has a small railway station on the Glasgow to Oban line. Dalmally (10 miles) is slightly larger and has a primary school, doctor’s surgery, pharmacy and post office. Inveraray (13 miles) is at the head of Loch Fyne and has a variety of shops, hotels and tourist locations. Oban is 31 miles distant and has a full range of shops and supermarkets, secondary schooling and professional services. Oban has the ferry terminal to the Western Isles and is the main base for exciting west coast sailing. Glasgow airport is about a 90-minute drive, under normal travel conditions. A free taxi service which is kindly provided by Argyll & Bute Council, collects pupils at the top of the lane at Ardbrecknish transporting them to the excellent Dalmally Primary School and onwards for the pupils who attend the highly acclaimed Oban High School.
The agents will consider offers over £299,000.
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