Lochside home is set in beautiful Argyll woodlands

A home with a beautiful loch frontage, across of woodland and a stunning location could be yours.

Bell Ingram present Achnambroc, in Inverinan, Taynuilt, Argyll, is a detached bungalow constructed around 1972, set in 23 acres with 480m shore frontage on Loch Awe.

The property is registered as a small holding. Included with the property are fishing rights to catch and return salmon and sea trout.

Inside comfortable Achnambroc

The bungalow is of timber frame construction and incorporates horizontal timber boarding and there is synthetic stone on the front elevation and dry dash render on the walls. The pitched roof was retiled in 2003 with concrete tiles.

An L shaped entrance hall gives access to most of the accommodation. The sitting room has a focal open fireplace which has a back boiler for hot water. Large windows face east and south. The sitting room opens through to a dining area which has a door to the kitchen and patio doors to the garden room. The garden room has a south facing bay window and a large window to the west. A glazed door opens to the garden.

The kitchen has base and wall units and a useful pantry cupboard, a window overlooking the garden and a glazed door to the garden room.

Achnambroc offers beautiful views

The inner hall has a shelved cupboard and a further storage cupboard. Off the hall is the family bathroom with WC, wash basin and a cast iron bath. There is a further separate WC with wash basin. There are three double bedrooms, two of which have wardrobes.

Outside, there is a large single garage/workshop which is timber framed with concrete floor and a pitched timber frame roof with Onduline sheeting. The garage is timber clad externally and there is a timber double door. Attached to the garage is a log store.

The garden grounds and boundaries extend to approximately one acre and they surround the bungalow bounded by post and wire fencing.

Achnambroc, on Loch Awe

There are some grass lawned areas, rose bushed, rhododendrons and other planting. There are stone chippings to the driveway and parking area and some pathways. There are further paths laid with concrete flags and a similar platform to the side of the bungalow.

With the overall grounds extending to approximately 23 acres (9.29 ha), they are made up of one acre of garden ground (0.4 ha), 7.53 acres (3.05 ha) woodland and 14.47 acres (5.81 ha) grass. There are large level and gently sloping areas of grass which extend down to the shore of Loch Awe. There is loch frontage of 480 metres and the right to catch and return salmon and sea trout.

The agents will consider offers over £295,000.

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