A category ‘C’ listed detached house with flexible annexe and wonderful views to the head of Loch Long and the Arrochar Alps.
Invereoich House dates from around 1836 and is an architecturally well balanced period property which is set within mature and well established gardens and grounds from where there are wonderful views to the head of Loch Long and on to the mountains and glens that form the Arrochar Alps with its craggy centre piece, the Cobbler. Invereoich House is protected by a category C listing and it is of white painted stone exterior with contrasting black paint at smooth ashlar windows and doors. Annexe and garage extensions to the northern and southern sides are completed sympathetically in smooth acrylic render. The house is under a slated roof with intricately carved original barge boards and soffits. Internally, the principal accommodation is laid out over two easily managed levels. There has been the careful and sensitive preservation of period features including detailed plaster work, cornices and roses as well as picture rails. The front rooms all enjoying captivating and ever-changing views, and the annexe extension provides first class self-contained relatives accommodation or indeed the possibility of PRT or short term income producing letting accommodation.