An individually conceived, stylish and well finished modern detached house in a coastal situation of great natural scenic beauty on the Ardnamurchan Peninsula on the very edge of Loch Sunart
Resipole is a wonderful collection of individually commissioned residential property assets, all situated in a beautiful west highland coastal setting of great natural scenic beauty.
Glendelm is a pretty detached property completed in west highland style. It is of wet dash finish under a slated roof, and provides light, bright and easily managed accommodation laid out over two levels. The house is nicely set on mature, broadly level grounds on the edge of and overlooking spectacular Loch Sunart.
The house is both perfect for principal family home living, and given the great natural scenic beauty of the situation, a second or income producing investment holiday home.
The house is well designed providing flexibility with bedrooms as well as living accommodation. In general the rooms are all light and bright and the accommodation is laid out over two easily run levels, and in such a way as to ensure that the main rooms all benefit from the wonderful lochside and mountain views.
Rear main entrance door to rear reception hall, with shelved pantry/larder and store with electrical switchgear and comms, glazed door with bevelled glass to inner hallway, cloakroom and wc, comfortable lounge room with engineered oak hardwood floor, log burner, glass shelved display case flanked by 2 stores, twin leaf bevelled glazed doors to formal dining room, engineered oak floor, step down to sitting room with full height cathedral ceiling, glass gable wall and French doors to deck and gardens, open plan via breakfast bar to well-equipped and integrated kitchen, utility room, double store housing under floor heating tails and pumps. Door to TV/family room/study or home office, door to gardens, door to rear hall and boot room with Belfast sink and door to rear canopy porch. From rear of lounge, open plan hallway leading to ground floor bedroom 1 (master) with French door to deck and gardens, mirrored wardrobes and access to en suite bath & shower room.
Staircase to first floor upper hallway, twin velux windows to front, general purpose store, access to eaves space, hot tank and linen store, retractable ladder providing access to insulated roof space. Family bath and shower room, bedroom 2, bedroom 3 and bedroom 4 all with mirrored wardrobes.
Integral car port and dry log store, integral garage with up and over door, concrete floor, light and power, detached timber garage with double timber doors providing games/playroom, useful general purpose and garden equipment or machinery stores, workshop at rear with personal door access.
County style timber gate to gravel driveway, well defined by timber edging from lawns which are protected by deer fencing and sprinkled with semi ancient native trees and bushes. A gravel pathway is around the house and leads to a raised timber deck at the front with sheltered canopy. A section of the gardens at the eastern side is raised with natural rocky outcrops and natural heathers.
Glendelm is situated within the delightful ribbon settlement of Resipole on the charming and scenically beautiful Ardnamurchan Peninsula.
Resipole is about 2 miles due east of Salen, 5 miles from Acharacle and about 7 miles due west of Strontian.
The house is in a beautiful west highland coastal setting with southern aspects out across Loch Sunart to the mountains and glens beyond.
Strontian is the main village in the district of Ardgour and Morvern in Sunart, Lochaber in the west highland region of Scotland. Strontian is situated on an inlet at the head of the sea-loch, Loch Sunart and is dominated by the Beinn Resipol Mountain, standing 845m high. The village was established to accommodate the lead mine workers in 1724. The lead mined here was used as a source for bullets during the Napoleonic Wars. A new element was discovered here in 1764 named Strontium after its place of origin; Strontium salts are used to make fireworks burn red.
Strontian lies close to the ferry service operating crossings to the Isle of Mull. The village has shops, a petrol station, a Tourist Information Centre, a Camping and Caravan Park, hotels and restaurants. Strontian is a popular tourist resort ideal for walking, cycling, nature-watching, fishing and touring. The peninsula leads to the most westerly point in mainland Britain, passing through Glenborrodale where there is a RSPB reserve and a new distillery. About 7 miles to the north is the Ariundle Oakwood Nature Reserve with ancient mossy Oakwoods; a remnant of the Atlantic oak forest which once covered most of the west coast. Wildlife abounds in the area, with otters, seals, porpoises, eagles and other sea birds spotted most days from Glendelm.
Strontian has a good local primary school and is home to the main secondary school of the peninsula, Ardnamurchan High School.
Doctors are situated in Acharacle and Strontian and provide 24 hour cover.
Surrounding countryside is some of the most scenically dramatic on the west coast of Scotland. There is near endless interesting walking/country and for the more adventurous, challenging hill climbs and mountaineering. Skiing is available at Glencoe and Nevis Range. For the field sportsman/woman there are opportunities to fish by permit for trout and salmon on the local rivers and lochs and some of the local estates run commercial shoots as well as allowing stalking by prior arrangement. There are numerous nearby slipways and jetties.
From Crianlarich proceed in a northerly direction on the A82 to and through Glencoe and Ballachulish. Proceed over the Ballachulish Bridge and travel for a further 4 miles on the A82 to reach the Corran Ferry. Take the Ferry crossing to the Ardnamurchan peninsula and proceed in a westerly direction on the A861 traveling for 21 miles to reach the ribbon settlement of Resipole. Proceed beyond the bridge over Resipole burn for about 0.5 miles to find Glendelm on the right hand side.
It is possible to drive to the property without using the Corran ferry. This is via Fort William and Lochailort, and whilst scenic will add around an hour and a half to the journey.