38 Ellenabeich, Ellenabeich, Oban, PA34 4RQ

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£299,000

  • DA989-1101S
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  • For Sale
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  • Argyll and Bute

An opportunity to acquire an immaculately presented two-bedroom cottage, set within the idyllic coastal village of Ellenabeich on the Isle of Seil.

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Andrew Fuller

Oban

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      Overview

      • Paul Hodgkiss hand-crafted interiors
      • Bespoke elmwood staircase
      • Two-bedroom layout with detached utility room
      • Principal bedroom benefitting from en-suite
      • Open plan living area with sunroom to front
      • Enviable location within popular coastal village
      • Wonderful family home with holiday let potential
      • Category B listed property situated within conservation area
      • Detached utility room
      • EPC Rating C72

      Situated in a picturesque, rural location within the coastal village of Ellenabeich, 38 Ellenabeich offers buyers an opportunity to acquire a beautifully presented two-bedroom cottage, set just a moments’ walk from the iconic Scottish coastline.

      The property is entered from the front elevation, with the main entrance door, leading into a glazed sunroom, flooded with natural daylight thanks to a south facing orientation. The sunroom also offers storage space for outdoor clothing and footwear.

      A doorway leads from the sunroom into the main part of the property where an open living space spans the full width of the house. To the left, the lounge area enjoys a welcoming feel, the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary finishes. A multifuel stove sits within the fireplace, a focal point within the room, offering warmth and comfort in equal measure. The dining area is positioned to the right side of the open plan space, a wonderful place in which to sit and entertain family and friends.

      To the rear of the property, the handcrafted kitchen is of the highest quality, featuring elm wood cabinets, complimented by a solid granite worktop. Much thought has been given to the layout, perfectly blending functional design with highly skilful craftsmanship. And island unit is positioned within the kitchen,
      housing the induction hob, a practical space which doubles as a breakfast bar. A recessed ceiling mounted extractor fan is positioned above, while a pantry also offers additional storage space, as required.

      Two Velux windows flood the kitchen area with natural daylight, while underfloor heating gently warms the grey stone floor tiles. To the left of the kitchen, small corridor gives access to a ground floor WC, also utilised as a cloakroom. An external doorway is positioned adjacent to the bathroom, giving access to the side garden of the property.

      A handcrafted, solid elm staircase is positioned adjacent to the dining area, rising to the first-floor landing area. The custom staircase is a stunning feature of the property, cleverly using natural contours of the wood to great effect, a striking architectural feature in its own right.

      Two double bedrooms are located on the first floor of the property, each unique in layout. The larger of the two bedrooms benefits from a walk-in shower room featuring a fully tiled design, again, utilising bespoke craftsmanship to add design features. A clever sliding wardrobe is located on the first-floor landing, a great use of space.

      Located opposite the main house, a detached utility room houses the domestic appliances, also offering additional storage space.

      Much thought has been given to the design and specification of this enchanting cottage, resulting in a wonderful family home which is equally well suited to the holiday let market.

      38 Ellenabeich sits in a central village location, just a short walk from the shoreline. This glorious property is one of a handful of two storey properties within this traditional former slate-mining village.

      An enclosed walled garden is positioned opposite the house, offering scope for those looking to enjoy home-grown produce. An area of parking is positioned adjacent to the cottage, large enough to accommodate two vehicles.

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      From Oban, take the A816 Soroba Road towards Campbeltown. After approximately 7 miles, turn right onto the B844, signposted to Easdale, Balvicar and Atlantic Bridge. Follow the road for a further 8 miles towards Easdale, arriving in the village of Ellenabeich. Upon entering the village, take the third turning on the left, following the road to the left. Parking is available adjacent to the property