CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 27TH NOVEMBER AT 12PM
A very pretty detached property which enjoys a stunning and sheltered foreshore situation from where there are uninterrupted loch frontage views.
Outer front door to entrance vestibule, Inner twin leaf doors to entrance hallway, fitted cloaks cupboard, family bathroom with shower cubical and jacuzzi corner bath, Jack and Jill door into bedroom 3. Bedroom 3 with fitted wardrobes, window to rear gardens, shelved linen cupboard housing the boiler, bedroom 2 with fitted wardrobe space, window to side gardens, bedroom 1 (master) with dressing room/walk in wardrobe, en suite shower room, gas lit fireplace, twin leaf doors to decking, twin leaf doors to generous and welcoming formal sitting come dining room with fine uninterrupted panoramic views across the Loch Long, feature fireplace, kitchen with informal breakfasting/dining bar, door to rear gardens.
From formal sitting room gives access via staircase to lower level, utility room/wine cellar, shower room, access to garage.
Integral single garage with up and over door, light and power. Detached timber boat house with personal door access.
Via timbercounty style gate to gravel private driveway with good vehicular turning and hard standing flanked with mature beds and bushes which are bounded by a close board fence. Gravel pathway wraps around the side of the property to rear gardens which are mainly to mature lawn with raised timber decking around the rear of the property, which is ideal for alfresco sitting, dining and entertaining. The rear gardens are generous and have a feature pond and stream which runs through the centre, the gardens offer spectacular loch views and are bounded by a timber close board fence.
A deep water mooring is just off the foreshore in front of March Cottage. All consents remain in place for a floating pontoon vessel (Currently removed) which was capable of mooring a 25 metre vessel.
March Cottage is situated in the pretty Loch Long coastal settlement of Ardgartan which is at the very head of Loch Long just off the A83 in scenic Argyll & Bute.
Ardgartan is situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, Scotland's first National Park, and with its near neighbours Arrochar & Tarbet, which are popular and attractive villages which sit on Loch Long and Loch Lomond respectively.
Arrochar village is located at the head of Loch Long and at the bottom of Glenloin. The surrounding lochs, mountains and glens are dominated by the Cobbler, the centre piece of the Arrochar Alps, which at 884 metres (2,900 ft) in height, is a Corbett, not quite a Munro. Despite falling just short of a Munro, it is one of the most impressive summits in the Southern Highlands and is also one of the most important sites for rock climbing in the Southern Highlands.
Arrochar has village services which include; a petrol station, post office, newsagents, pottery and craft gallery, licensed grocers and there are also welcoming country pubs and restaurants.
At Tarbet there is the opportunity to catch a passenger ferry to explore the rest of Loch Lomond and to view the exceptional scenery from the water. A hotel and several bed and breakfast businesses cater for visitors to the area, as does the Tarbet Tea Room. Tarbet also has a Post Office and seasonal Tourist Information Centre.
Primary schooling is available in Tarbet and the nearest state secondary school is Hermitage Academy. Lomond School in Helensburgh is the nearest independent school.
The A82 and A83 provide good road access to north and south. There is a good local bus service and the scenic West Highland Railway runs through the villages, with a station at Tarbet (Arrochar & Tarbet), from where trains carry passengers to and from destinations including London, Glasgow, Fort William, Mallaig and Oban. There is an early morning commuter rail service from Tarbet and Arrochar station to the centre of Glasgow. Glasgow international airport is 37.6 miles away.
Glasgow city is about 45 miles to the south and (as with most large cities) has an extensive range of retail districts, professional services and higher and further educational services. The Braehead and Silverburn retail villages are just outside the city proper.
The locality offers an extensive range of outdoor and leisure opportunities. For golf enthusiasts the acclaimed private members owned Loch Lomond Golf Club is 16.1 miles away on the west side of the loch and at 18.3 miles the Carrick Golf and Spa, which is located within the grounds of the Cameron House Estate which itself offers restaurant, leisure club and marina facilities.
Loch Lomond is the centrepiece of the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park and is an area of dramatic natural scenic beauty. On all sides of the loch there are some of the most scenic and challenging walks and hill climbs in Scotland.
Loch Long & Loch Lomond both offer offer sailing, boating and water sports opportunities. Coastal sailing is available on Loch Long which leads to the Firth of Clyde and there are marina and chandlery services available at Rhu (18.2 miles).
Fishing is possible by permit on Loch Lomond and some of the surrounding rivers. Sea fishing is freely available on Loch Long.
Some of the local estates can, by prior arrangement, offer stalking, grouse and low ground pheasant shooting.
Argyll and Bute council
Tel: 01546 605522
March Cottage is served by private water supply, drainage is by way of private septic tank, heating is provided by LPG gas heating, double glazing, secure alarm system.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
March Cottage is in Band F and the amount payable for 2020/21 is £2522.08 excluding sewerage.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling agents Robb Residential, 150 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NE. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents in order to be kept fully informed of any closing date that may be fixed.
Photographs and particulars prepared November 2020.
From Glasgow city centre proceed in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway for 11.9 miles and leave at junction 30 following signs Erskine Bridge. Proceed over bridge and leave in a northerly direction on the A82. Continue northwards on the A82 for 10.4 miles to reach the roundabout at Balloch. From here continue in a northerly direction on the A82 up the side of Loch Lomond for a further 17.1 miles to reach Tarbet. At Tarbet continue on the main road which becomes the A83. Follow the A83 for about 1.5 miles to reach Arrochar. Once in Arrochar, proceed through Arrochar, leaving Arrochar on the A83/Argyll Costal, Turn left after 2 miles into carpark and follow the sign for Ardgartan Hotel, turn left over the bridge and follow the track road for circa 1 mile before finding March Cottage on your left hand side.