CLOSING DATE SET 12PM NOON FRIDAY 2ND SEPTEMBER 2022. A refurbished picturesque cottage with 5.48 acres of grounds and Loch frontage onto Loch Awe
Dalmally 5.5 miles, Inveraray 11 miles, Oban 27 miles, Glasgow Airport 65 miles•
Entrance porch | sitting room (with wood burning stove) | dining kitchen| utility room | shower room •
Two double bedrooms•
Front and rear enclosed gardens •
Land including 3.42 acres grazing and 1.85 acres rough grazing and amenity woodland •
118 metres of loch frontage to Loch AweMillside Cottage is understood to date back to 1880 and is a traditional stone built Victorian cottage. In 1906, the property was in fact the telephone exchange for the area and adopted many guises before becoming a holiday cottage in the 1970s. The cottage has undergone a significant refurbishment in 2021. This included installation of an oil-fired central heating system, new kitchen and shower room, new walls and insulation. A new electric pump for the water supply was installed.The principal rooms face the loch and are looking over land that is included in the sale. Benefiting from oil-fired central heating, the accommodation is over two storeys as follows:Ground floor: entrance porch, sitting room (with wood burning stove), dining kitchen, shower room and utility room.First floor: two double bedrooms. Gardens and groundsMillside sits within lovely private grounds. There is an enclosed area of garden to both the front and rear. Beyond there is a large area of grazing situated either side of the entrance drive which extends to about 3.42 acres. With livestock fencing, it could be used to create a couple of paddocks. The land is bordered to the north by an attractive burn and to the south by some mixed mature woodland. On the other side of the main road, there is an additional area of rough grazing and amenity woodland which extends to about 3.42 acres. There is also 118 metres of frontage to Loch Awe.
Millside is a charming, refurbished period cottage with extensive grounds and loch frontage to Loch Awe. The property sits in a private position just north of the village of Cladich and only 28 miles from Oban.Cladich is a small, peaceful settlement on the shores on Loch Awe. It is perfectly situated for fishing and exploring the wonderful wildlife of Argyll. The village of Dalmally is only a 10-minute drive and has a range of local services including a small village shop, a pharmacy, a primary school, a hotel, a modern health centre and a train station with direct services to Glasgow. The village of Lochawe is 6.5 miles away and has a post office and renowned Ben Cruachan Inn.More extensive services can be found in the town of Inveraray (11 miles), situated on the shores of Loch Fyne. It boasts great restaurants, art galleries, pubs, artisan shops, a fish and chip shop, and a supermarket. However, its most well-known attraction is Inveraray Castle – the seat of Dukes of Argyll for centuries and now open to the public, with an award-winning exhibition and restaurant. Oban, the principal centre for North Argyll is only 27 miles to the northwest, accessed from the property by a scenic drive around the top of Loch Awe. A direct bus runs from Cladich to Oban three times a day.Oban, also known as the 'Gateway to the Isles', and the seafood capital of Scotland, has a more extensive range of services including supermarket, restaurants, primary and secondary schooling, and a hospital. The ferry ports have regular services to the Inner Hebridean islands including Mull, Iona and the Treshnish Isles. For the whisky enthusiasts, there is Oban distillery.The local area is a fantastic base for exploring the West Coast of Scotland with a great variety of outdoor activities available. Loch Awe is one of Scotland's most famous lochs; stretching to over 40 km, it is a haven for bird watchers, anglers, artists, and nature lovers. It is renowned for trout and pike fishing. Mountain biki