A yachtsman's dream property in an outstanding location of great natural scenic beauty.
Sealasdair is an excellent parcel of assets which will be of immediate appeal to the boating and yachting community.
The package of assets is as follows,
Is a Dorran bungalow type house which has been re-clad and re-roofed and is in excellent presentation and decorative order. The house enjoys a fine, slightly elevated position from where there are excellent aspects over Loch Foechan and the sheltered anchorage.
The accommodation comprises entrance sun lounge, vestibule, reception hall, stylish open plan 'L' shaped sitting room with working open fire to formal dining room. Well equipped kitchen (under floor electric trace heating) with space for breakfasting and informal dining furniture, Rayburn range as well as electric oven and gas hobs, rear hallway/utility room, shower room and wc, four bedrooms, main bath & shower room.
Steel portal framed, block built boathouse under tiled roof. Up and over roller door to concrete floor multipurpose large bay with long term stores at mezzanine, personal door access at rear, general purpose store with front door access and window at rear, internal access door to double garage and garden machinery stores fronted by twin double timber doors, lean to at side. Strictly subject to the necessary and appropriate planning permissions, warrants and consents the boathouse could offer further potential for further residential development.
Two greenhouses, timber shed/garage, timber work shop with filter room at rear, garage with open fronted log and solid fuel stores. Dove enclosure, dovecote.
Main driveway via wooden gates in stone piers to garage, flanked by well-tended lawns with feature pond at front and interspersed with colourful rhododendrons, camellia, azaleas, magnolia as well as other mixed trees and bushes. Kitchen produce garden. A strip of semi ancient native woodland is at the extreme rear and provides amenity, interest and shelter, raised viewing/dining/drinks deck. Red whin chip stone sweep to front of The Boathouse, feature garden ponds with bridge, natural rocky outcrops with grass and numerous plantings. Shore frontage, boat slip, convenient access to pontoon.
Well-engineered fixed and floating tidal pontoon. (shared ownership with 4 members of the Ardentallen Moorings Association). The 5 owners of the pontoon equitably split any maintenance costs.
2 x 12 – 15 ton moorings. £40 per annum is paid to the Crown Estate for the moorings.
Private Access Road
Is used, owned and maintained by 12 residents, of which there is a share of maintenance costs.
Sealasdair is located in an area of dramatic natural scenic beauty at Loch Feochan, and from its south facing vantage point there are wonderful views out over the sheltered anchorage and marina of Loch Feochan.
The house is situated in a wonderful coastal spot known as Lerags Glen which is well known for its natural scenic beauty and yet is only about 6 miles to the south of the main west coast market town of Oban.
As mentioned Oban is about 6 miles to the north and offers a near complete range of shopping, professional, cultural and leisure services.
Oban has a number of primary schools, a well-respected secondary school as well as a medical centre, hospital and churches of various denominations.
A local bus service runs between Oban & Lochgilphead and Oban has a mainline railway station with a service connecting to Glasgow. The Caledonian MacBrayne ferries depart from Oban to many island destinations.
The west of Scotland is famed for its scenic sailing, associated chandlery and marina services. The sheltered sea loch of Loch Feochan is well known among the sailing community and has always drawn yachts and boating craft to its pretty and safe anchorage.
Further to the south is Craobh Haven marina, where a larger, safe water marina was formed by the building of causeways and a large breakwater between a small group of tidal saltwater islands. The marina has been developed from a near perfect natural harbour, with berths for up to 250 craft of all sizes to a maximum length of 33 meters. Craobh marina offers access to a fabulous selection of west coast sea lochs and islands with lots of sheltered anchorages to explore and has a harbourmaster, marina office and chandlers. There are also many opportunities for seal and whale-watching, bird watching and diving opportunities in the surrounding waters.
The local inland countryside provides an abundance of outdoor and sporting activities including hill walking and mountain biking, and there are many small, well-stocked hill lochs for trout fishing plus some spate streams for salmon and sea-trout. Oban and surrounding sheltered sea lochs provide excellent and abundant sea-fishing plus sailing access to the west coast, inner and outer Hebrides all of which is widely recognised by yachtsmen and women the world over as some of the most scenic and testing sailing available.
For field sportsmen and women there are shooting and stalking opportunities by prior arrangement on some of the local estates in the district.
From Oban proceed in a southerly direction on the A816 following signs Lochgilphead. About 1 mile from Oban turn right onto the minor road clearly signposted 'Lerags'. Continue along the minor Lerags road for about 2.8 miles to reach a fork in the road. Take the right hand fork onto the private road and continue for a further 0.6 miles to find Sealasdair on the right hand side.