Property SummaryCountryside Views: A fine detached bungalow on the edge of Loch Craignish in the charming and popular west highland village of Ardfern situated 0.5 miles from Ardfern Yatch Club.
Tigh-An-Innis is a detached all on one level bungalow style home. The house offers light and bright and easily managed accommodation laid out over a single level.
The accommodation is well finished and presented in fresh ready to move in order and offers first class principal home living as well as a delightful second home, or indeed investment holiday letting property.
Tigh-An-Innis is completed in cream painted harled finish under a tiled roof. The layout offers scope for total or part let.
Main outer door to entrance reception hallway before leading to well fitted breakfasting and dining kitchen, the main sitting room has patio doors which lead to a fine sun/garden room. From reception, a utility cupboard, linen and general supplies store, bathroom with shower and good airing cupboard, bedrooms 1, 2, & 3 with en suite shower room. A second inner hallway leads to bedroom 4 which has a wash hand basin as well as an en suite shower room, a comfortable family room has a galley style fitted kitchen and open plan dining area.
As mentioned the flexible lay out of the house is such that it can easily be separated for owners and dedicated guest accommodation.
Garden shed and workshop. 2 x useful cellars offering general purpose stores and space for garden equipment.
A mature sycamore tree is at the entrance and lead to a tarmacadam driveway with gravel vehicular turning and hard standing. Lawns surround the house and are fringed with close board fencing and hedging which ensure good separation from neighbours, the road and the fields at the western side of the grounds. The lower grounds feature productive fruit trees, a level patio suitable for alfresco dining and summer furniture is at the side of the house.
Tigh-An-Innis is situated in the Mid Argyllshire village of Ardfern which is located on the sheltered shores of Loch Craignish about 15 miles to the north of Lochgilphead and about 24 miles to the south of Oban.
Tigh-An-Innis enjoys an enviable quiet and private setting fringing open countryside at the foot of the gardens.
The village amenities are a short walk away, and these include a well-stocked village store, café, village hall, popular marina and local hotel. Lochgilphead is circa 15 miles to the south with a Co-op supermarket and easily caters for a fuller weekly shop.
Ardfern has a local primary school and secondary schooling is available at both Lochgilphead and Oban.
For the outdoor enthusiast the area is well served by a fine and extensive range of sporting and outdoor pursuits.
Ardfern has a marina and chandlery popular with west coast sailors with a second marina at nearby Craobh Haven. Both offer a perfect base from which to sail in some of the most scenic and testing waters in the United Kingdom.
Surrounding mountains and glens provide opportunities by permission for rough and driven game shooting, with stalking and salmon fishing again by permission available within a short drive on numerous local estates.
From Lochgilphead proceed in a northerly direction on the A816. After 16 miles turn left on the B8002. Proceed along the B8002 to the centre of the village of Ardfern. At the primary school turn right signposted 'Ardlarach'. Continue up the Ardlarach Road for about 250 yards to the bend to find the entrance to Tigh an Innis on the left hand side.