Airlie is a delightful three-bedroom traditional cottage which has been upgraded and modernised throughout to a very high standard. It has been tastefully decorated throughout in neutral colours. Airlie is fully double glazed and has oil fired central heating.
Airlie is accessed via a field gate to a driveway which leads to the entrance vestibule which in turn leads to the hallway.
The hallway gives access to the sitting room, bedroom 1 and bathroom.
The sitting room is to the left of the hall and a window to the front overlooking the garden. It has a central feature of a multi-fuel stove which sits on a polished granite heart with tiled surround and wooden mantle. Glazed doors lead to the dining room and kitchen.
The modern and stylish kitchen has dual aspect windows to the front enjoying water views and to the side overlooking the garden. There is a very good range of high glass floor and wall units with a wood effect worksurface with stylish tiling to the splashbacks. There is a Beko fridge freezer and built-in dishwasher. There are two built in electric ovens and a four-ring inset ceramic hob with extractor over. A breakfast bar offers a lovely sport for enjoying the views to the bay. A door leads to the rear porch which houses a Bosch washing machine. A door leads to the garden.
The dining room is accessed from the sitting room and has triple aspect windows overlooking the garden. A door leads to the back garden.
Returning to the hall and bedroom one sits to the right of the hall. This is a double room with a window to the front overlooking the garden to the bay.
The downstairs bathroom has a three-piece suite in which comprising WC, wash hand basin and bath. It has wet wall panelling for easy cleaning and a polished tiled floor. There is a corner shower unit with mains shower.
A staircase rises from the hall to the upper floor landing which in turn gives access to the office, bedrooms two and three and the shower room.
Bedrooms two and three are both double rooms with coombed ceilings. Both have windows to the front enjoying far reaching views.
The office has a Velux window and space for shelving and the shower room has a two-piece suite in white comprising wash hand basin and WC. There is a large walk-in shower cubicle with wet wall panelling and Triton electric shower.
Airlie sits in good sized garden grounds. There is a patio to the side and a further patio area to the rear. Steps lead to a lawned area which is bounded by mature trees and bushes assuring plenty of privacy.
There is a polytunnel and stone outbuilding which is currently used for storage.
From leaving the Oban to Barra ferry drive to the top of the road and turn right continue until you reach a sign for the A888 Bagh a Tuath/Breibhig. Turn right here and continue along the road for approximately 2.3 miles until you reach a sign for Breibhig, turn right here, and follow the road and Airlie is on the right-hand side set back from the road. What3Words ///interacts.rocky.grocers