An imaginatively conceived, spacious and efficient modern detached house with quite exceptional aspects across Loch Fyne to Inveraray Castle.
Seudag is an architecturally well balanced detached modern home in an idyllic Loch Fyne side and coastal situation. The house is completed in white quartz wet render under a slated roof with fine and distinctive natural stone relief to the front elevation. The accommodation is generous, light and bright and provides first class permanent or holiday accommodation over two levels. The kitchen and sanitary ware are deluxe range quality as are complimentary ceramics. The internal doors are completed in engineered white oak as is the staircase which features a glass balustrade. Lighting is a feature with LED low level and low voltage down lighters. The
principal apartments are all designed to ensure that they benefit from the superb views out across the head of Loch Fyne towards Inveraray Castle and the surrounding mountains and glens. Gardens have been landscaped and completed with some precision.
A rear entrance door leads to a broad entrance reception hallway, cloaks and electrics cupboard, tiled shower room and wc, double glass hardwood doors to sitting room with French doors leading to deck and front gardens, double internal glass doors to open plan dining room to well equipped kitchen with polished black marble worktops, utility room with door to rear gardens, cupboard with mega flow hot tank system, rear bedroom 1 with door to disabled access ramp, bedroom 2 with views to loch.
The first floor is by a dressed open plan, open tread, white oak staircase with glass balustrade to broad upper hallway illuminated by Velux windows, hatch with roof space access, walk in general purpose store, bedroom 3 with dormer type windows and 3 walk in wardrobes, bedroom 4 (master bedroom suite) of bedroom with glass wall and Romeo & Juliette balcony, walk in fitted dressing room and luxury shower room, bedroom 5 with 3 walk in wardrobes.
Black top driveway to gravel sweep and vehicle turning area. Block paved vehicle hard standing apron and disabled ramp to rear door.
The gardens are well defined by coping stones which separate the driveway and lawns. At the rear is a gravel terrace with small natural pond, a screen of semi ancient native woodlands is under planted with rhododendrons and natural rocks have been formed to create a discreet subterranean LPG store.
Front gardens are to grass with assorted shrubs and bushes at the fringes. A deck with glass balustrade has access from the drawing room with steps to the gardens. Timber close board fencing at the front provides separation from the road.
Seudag is situated in the Loch Fyne side coastal village of St Catherine's which is a coastal ribbon development of mixed property styles in southern Argyll at the sheltered confluence of highland glens and Loch Fyne. St Catherines is situated on the eastern side of the loch and Seudag faces due west with outlooks towards Inveraray Castle, behind which there are often spectacular colourful sunsets.
Strachur (circa 4 miles) is a delightful and very pretty Loch Fyne side Argyllshire coastal village. Strachur and Loch Fyne are well known for their natural scenic beauty which has always drawn people to the area to live, holiday and enjoy weekend breaks.
The village has a Post Office and café, a retail service station, an excellent Medical Centre with in-house pharmacy, and a vibrant Community Hall, all of which cater for most everyday needs and requirements. Glasgow is about 61 miles distant and offers a full range of higher and further educational services as well as all the cultural and professional services normally connected with a major city.
There are a number of restaurants, all with menus that encompass the term "Scotland's Natural Larder"; these include Loch Fyne Oysters, The Creggans Inn and Invercottage Restaurant.
Dunoon is approximately 22 miles away with Glasgow Airport at approximately 53 miles distant via Loch Lomondside.
Primary schooling is available in Strachur and secondary schooling is available at Dunoon. The nearest independent school is Helensburgh at 35 miles.
The A83 & A82 provide access to central Scotland. Arrochar has a main line rail station with a service to and from Glasgow city centre and a sleeper to London. The frequent Western Ferry service between McInroy's Point and Hunter's Quay provides alternative travel to Glasgow and the west of mainland Scotland.
The area offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits including cycle routes, challenging hill climbs, walks and several golf courses. The recently established Cowal Way stretches from Portavadie in the West and travels eastwards for 31 miles through some of the most dramatic and picturesque sea and landscapes in the west coast.
Sea, river and loch fishing are also available in the area as are a number of commercially run shoots. Some of the local estates allow stalking by arrangement.
For sailors, the sea lochs of the west of Scotland offer safe anchorages as well as spectacular coastal sailing; there are marina and chandlery services at Rhu, Inverkip, Portavadie and Dunoon.
From Glasgow proceed in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway for about 15 miles taking junction 30 onto the Erskine Bridge (M898). Turn left off the bridge on the A82 and continue for about 25 miles to reach Tarbet. Continue to the left at Tarbet onto the A83 and proceed through Arrochar for a further 13 miles. Turn left onto the A815 and after travelling for about 5 miles to reach St Catherines, Seudag is located on the left hand side of the road.