An excellent family home with wonderful views over Loch Linnhe
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Mullach Na Craobhan is a delightful house which occupies an exceptional, elevated position with far reaching views over the Coran Ferry, Loch Linnhe and the Morvern Hills.
The property has extensive accommodation arranged over ground and first floor which extends to approx 2,720 Sq feet. The principal reception room is the drawing room, which has spectacular views over the garden and the hills beyond. This has a wood burning stove and sliding doors lead into the garden. The south facing dining room also has lovely views, a sliding door into the garden and a hatch to the kitchen. The kitchen has been improved by the current owners who have opened it up to create a superb kitchen/dining/family room which has become the hub of the house. This has direct access onto the patio and into the garden. The kitchen has an electric hob, integrated oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge.
There is also a boot room/utility room off the kitchen which leads into the double garage and off which there is a wet room.
On the first floor the master bedroom is exceptional and has magnificent views from its balcony. It has a good range of fitted wardrobes and an en suite bathroom, with a separate shower cubicle. There is a guest bedroom with an en suite shower room and three further bedrooms served by a family bathroom.
Outside, the house is approached from the main road by a shared tarmac drive which leads to the garage and the parking and turning area to the side of the house. The garden is wooded with a mix of silver birch, rowan, conifers and eucalyptus. In May drifts of bluebells provide a mass of colour. Behind the house is a patio, with raised beds, and there is a shed and a kennel. On the south side of the house is a wooden studio which benefits from the wonderful views.
To view a drone video of the property please use this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JLEZET1ncJA&feature=youtu.be
The property is situated in a wonderful secluded location, overlooking Loch Linnhe. The area is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts offering walking trails from the property, skiing in the winter, mountain biking in the summer, whilst hill walking and climbing are popular the year round. The mountains surrounding Mullach Na Craobhan are home to a variety of wildlife including golden eagles, red deer, pine martins and red squirrels. The waters off this part of the west coast provide some of the best and most scenic sailing in the world, as well as some exceptional sea fishing and diving opportunities. Local facilities are excellent. Onich and Ballachulish have a post office, doctors surgery and a Co-op supermarket. Fort William, 9 miles away, provides a wider range of professional services and facilities including a hospital, school, a college (part of the Highlands & Islands University) supermarkets, including M&S, Morrisons, Tesco and Lidl. Train stations can be found at both Fort William and Oban, giving access to the south and north west and there is a sleeper service to London from both stations.
On entering Corran from the south, there is a sign for the Corran Ferry on the left. Shortly after, there is an entrance on the right with a sign Birchbrae. Turn right there, then immediately right again. Go through the gate, go up the hill, swing round to the left and Mullach Na Craobhan will be seen at the end of the drive. From the north, pass the Corran Ferry on the right. Take the second left, just after the bus stop, and by the sign Birchbrae. Having turned left, turn immediately right. Go through the gate, up the hill, swing round to the left and Mullach Na Craobhan will be seen at the end of the drive.Read all
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