Property SummaryCLOSING DATE SET FOR MONDAY 30TH AT 12pm. A handsome former Manse from c 1900, recently re-roofed with views to and gardens with immediate access to Loch Gilp
Drynoch is a handsome stone built period property from about 1900, the house was originally built as a village manse. The house is of substantial stone construction with smooth ashlar at quoins, mullions and doors and all under a recently totally re-slated roof with decorative detail. There are decorative timbers at the eves and roof line and a turret on the front elevation is a period feature with distinctive crests and finials.
The accommodation is well presented and laid out over two levels, period features have been well preserved including intricate cornice and plaster work, picture and dado rails, Drynoch is set on mature, broadly level gardens which provide immediate and direct access to the foreshore of Loch Gilp.
Entrance to turret vestibule with mosaic tiled floor, etched glazed pine door to broad reception hall, comfortable sitting room with warming multi fuel stove, bay window formation, formal dining room with decorative fireplace, shallow press, wc off with electric and switchgear, flexible ground floor room with fitted bookcases, could be bedroom 1/study/tv den, old service hatch, well equipped and fitted kitchen with side door to gardens, good space for breakfasting table and chairs, utility room with 2 x double fronted stores, oil boiler, door to rear gardens, retractable ladder to long term stores in attic space. Shower room with 8.5Kw instant shower.
Period staircase to the first floor with arched window at half landing, full landing leading to bedroom 2 with arched window to loch, bedroom 3 front facing window and working open fire, bathroom in turret, bedroom 4 with decorative fireplace and arched window to front.
Garden shed, and general purpose store, vented woodshed, greenhouse.
Twin leaf gates from road provide access to rear gardens all protected by full height stone wall, level and mature lawn to sea head wall with mature trees, slip to beach and foreshore, drying green, vegetable garden, 2 impressive copper beech canopies, numerous shrubs and bushes, Gunnera stand, mixed hedging, stone wall and flowering cherries at southern boundary, front gardens have good off street car parking as well as a well-stocked and ornamental herbaceous bed.
Drynoch is located in an immediate coastal location in the ribbon settlement of Ardrishaig at the head of Loch Gilp.
From the property there are excellent easterly views over Loch Gilp and south to Loch Fyne.
It is in the village of Ardrishaig which has a range of shops which cater for everyday requirements and a primary school.
The Crinan Canal is nearby, with Crinan harbour 8 miles distant for yacht moorings with access to the Hebrides and some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The area offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits including sailing, canoeing, water sports, on and off road cycle routes, walks and sea, river and loch fishing are available.
Lochgilphead is 2 miles away for supermarkets, independent shops and services. A new primary/high school is in Lochgilphead and tertiary education is available through Argyll College. There is a new hospital and integrated health centre. A golf course, bowling green, swimming pool and sports centre are also located in Lochgilphead.
From Lochgilphead travel south on the A83 (signposted for Campbeltown). Travel for 1 mile to find Drynoch located on the left hand side.