Birlinn Brae House 15 - A three bedroom individual design led home with stunning views.
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Introducing Fraoch - Froo-ugh, House 15 at Birlinn Brae a three detached bedroom home as part of the Birlinn Brae fleet of spectacular design led homes.
Natural Scottish Larch clad houses in reference to the Traditional Birlinn galleys of Somerled, Lord of the Isles. Metal roofs in further nautical homage of tin roofs of west coast cottages and barns.
These two landmark villas mark the transition from the existing village to the new development. This being an upsidedown style house for elevated views to the loch, a wood-burning stove sits at the heart of the first-floor living room with patio doors opening onto a luxurious private external terrace.
Bedrooms and internal garage downstairs are grouped around a top-lit hallway in which an open-tread staircase beckons upwards to the light above. An external brick-clad entrance portico adds gravitas to these signature buildings.
Strachur, once a ferry port to Inveraray, has a resident population of approximately 750 people, a vibrant village with so much to see and do.
Village amenities within walking distance are:
Post Office / Shop / Café (Out of the Blue) which is immediately opposite Birlinn Brae.
The Strachur Medical Practice offering GP services as well as a dispensing practice.
Strachur Primary School for students between 3 12 years of age.
Strachur petrol filling station with convenience store.
The Creggans Inn Hotel / bar and restaurant (with MacPhunn whisky).
The Clachan Bar with drinks and dining. Pontoon / moorings at Strachur Bay Moorings Association
There are two churches and a village hall. Nearby amenities
Dunoon, 20 minutes drive, offers: - supermarkets, ironmongery, off-licences, bakers, butchers, fishmonger, tradesmen, cinema, fast food take-a-way outlets, a leisure centre/ swimming pool, chemists, gift shops, garages and the annual Cowal Highland Games.
Restaurants / Bars nearby include Inver (Michelin stared), Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, The Coylet Inn, Oyster Catcher, Kilfinan Hotel, Portavadie, The Colintraive Hotel.
Castles nearby include those at Inveraray, Carrick Castle, Inver (Castle Lachlan), MacEwan, Arkinglas House and Benmore.
Natural amenities to visit include Pucks Glen, Benmore gardens and Arkinglas Wooded Garden. There are, of course, umpteen hills to be walked, beaches to be paddled and waters, both fresh and sea, to be swam.
Anglers can enjoy both sea and game fishing in near proximity. Sailors and cruisers can set-off directly from Strachur. Shooting, stalking, sub-aqua diving and many other recreational pursuits are all available in the immediate environs.
One is limited only by ones imagination.
Strachur sits on the shores of Loch Fyne, Cowal Peninsula, Argyll and Bute in Scotlands West Coast.
The village is a beautiful 1hr 30min drive from the centre of Glasgow via Loch Lomond, Loch Long and the Rest and be Thankful. The site borders Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park and sits in / looks over the best of Loch and Land.
Roads; the A886 leads South to Inver, Otter Ferry, Tighnabruaich and the South Cowal peninsular. The A815 leads North to the A83 (Inveraray, Glasgow etc) and East to Dunoon and beyond. Buses stop in the village and are available to all local destinations.
Ferries from Dunoon (CalMac & Western) cross the Clyde estuary (25minutes) to Gourock and from there a 30-minute drive accesses Glasgow Airport.
Trains are also available from Gourock direct to Glasgow.
Set on a gently sloping site immediately adjacent to and overlooking Loch Fyne, this location also offers a rich environment for outdoor pursuits.Read all
- Design led new build homes
- 3 bedroom detached home
- Roof Terrace and garden
- Available to reserve today
- Nestled on the shores of Loch Fyne
- Waterfront development
- Cowal Peninsula, Strachur, Argyll
- Quality specification