Savills | Port Appin, Appin, Argyll, PA38 4DE | Property for sale
115.01 sq m
Offers over £395,000(฿17,048,851)

Port AppinAppin, Argyll, PA38 4DE

  • Under offer

Key features

  • CLOSING DATE WEDNESDAY 25TH MAY 12 NOON
  • Magnificent views to the Isle of Shuna, Morven peninsula and Lismore island.
  • Exceptional detached bungalow
  • Picturesque village location
  • Mature gardens with seasonal colour.
  • Detailed and comprehensive refurbishment of property.

Exceptional bungalow with magnificent views

About this property

  • Glen Carraig is an exceptional elevated detached bungalow occupying a prime position within the beautiful and picturesque village of Port Appin. The gardens surrounding Glen Carraig are a credit to the current owners with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs providing excellent seasonal colour and privacy. The garden receives regular visits from otters, red squirrels, hedgehogs and a pine marten. Glen Carraig was built around 50 years ago but has recently undergone a detailed and comprehensive refurbishment.

    The accommodation has a welcoming reception hallway leading to a beautiful sitting room which takes full advantage of the magnificent open aspects towards Ardnamurchan. There is a log burner at the focal point of the sitting room. The accommodation continues with three double sized bedrooms and an open plan fitted kitchen/dining room with modern units, granite worktops, integrated appliances and range cooker. The kitchen/dining room patio window door leads to a south facing decked area and the beautiful rear garden. There is a bathroom with Roca suite. The substantial basement area provides excellent storage facilities. There is a car port to the side of the property and excellent parking provision.

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An outstanding and fully refurbished detached bungalow set in one of the finest locations in Argyll.

Peter GillespieProperty agent

Local information

  • Glen Carraig is set in a wonderful elevated position with magnificent open aspects to the Isle of Shuna, Morven peninsula and Lismore island. The sought after village of Port Appin lies on the coast just north of Loch Creran as it meets the sea. It has two respected sea food restaurants and is the terminal for the Lismore passenger ferry.
  • There is a local primary school, a well-stocked community shop and post office plus a doctors surgery. Port Appin is known for excellent sailing, sea kayaking, paddle-boarding and is home to the Community skiff. The hillwalking and mountaineering opportunities in the area are spectacular. A wide range of other facilities are offered in Oban, which is around 19 miles from Port Appin and has a good variety of shops and professional services.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Glasgow, travel west on (A82). At the top of Loch Lomond turn right at the village of Tarbert and continue along the (A82) through Ardlui to Crianlarich. Continue on the (A82) at Tyndrum sign-posted Fort William. Go through Glencoe and Ballachulish. Take the 2nd exit at the roundabout sign posted (A828) Oban. Pass Stalker Castle and into Appin. After the police house and garden centre take the first right turn sign-posted Port Appin, Lismore Ferry. In Port Appin go past The Airds Hotel on your left, past the shop, around the sharp bend, with the shoreline on the right Glen Carraig is on the left hand side.
  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold