*Reduced Price* An early 19th Century 4/5 bedroom traditional stone-built farmhouse with annexe set within large well maintained gardens with spectacular panoramic views of the countryside. Ideal family home and business opportunity. Annexe currently let as holiday accommodation.
The property overlooks two burn filled ponds which are attractively landscaped with amenity woodland to the north, in all extending to 7.67 acres.
Taynuilt 1.5 miles
Oban 12 miles
Stirling 72 miles
3.105 hectares (7.67 acres)
For Sale Offers in the region of £435,000
Corachie Farm is situated 1.5 miles south of Taynuilt and enjoys spectacular views of the surrounding countryside including Ben Cruachan, which is the highest point in Argyll and Bute.
Taynuilt provides local amenities such as a shop, Doctor's surgery, Post Office and Primary School, as well as a Tea Room and Hotel. The Secondary School is situated in the nearby town of Oban. Taynuilt benefits from a train station which provides access to both Glasgow and Oban.
The area is fantastic for outdoor pursuits including fishing, walking, skiing, sailing and golf. In the summer Taynuilt hosts its own Highland Games. Taynuilt has a sports field, an all weather pitch and a 9 hole golf course. A range of shops, supermarkets, restaurants and cinemas are also available in the nearby town of Oban.
This is a traditional stone built house under slate roof with a beautiful south facing conservatory which looks out onto a well maintained garden. There is ample parking at the front of the house.
Main farm house
Accommodation - Ground floor
Kitchen - 4.52m x 2.71m. Benefits from three large windows allowing plenty of light into the room. All white goods and fitted units are included in the sale.
Family Room - 3.85m x 4.10m. Traditional wood panel room with Rayburn, making this a perfect cosy room for the family to enjoy spending time together.
From the Family Room, the hallway leads to a Shower Room and Dining Area with stairway to the first floor.
Shower Room - 1.72m x 2.91m. With good storage.
Dining Area - 3.68m x 4.10m. Wood panel walled room with a large south facing window.
Lounge - 6.15m x 4.10m. The lounge benefits from a multi-fuel stove. This large bright room has double doors leading into the south facing conservatory.
Conservatory - 3.9m x 2.4m. This bright room looks out onto and gives access to the southerly facing vegetable and fruit garden area.
The landing benefits from an additional storage cupboard under a coombed ceiling leading to:
Master Bedroom - 4.05m x 4.10m. Double bedroom with en-suite bathroom and built in wardrobe.
Bedroom 2 - 2.80m x 2.68m. A bright single bedroom with built in storage.
Bedroom 3 - 3.90m x 4.10m. The second double bedroom has ample space with a built in wardrobe and airing cupboard.
The renovated old Byre has been attractively converted into a modern annexe with oil fired under floor heating throughout. Currently used as a holiday let but can be easily integrated into the farmhouse via a doorway from the annexe kitchen into the family room of the farm house.
Accommodation - Ground floor
Kitchen - 4.52m x 4.70m. Light modern kitchen, with striking stone feature wall and high ceiling. All white goods and fitted units included.
Lounge - 3.90m x 3.50m. Bright room with tiled floor. Could also be used as a further bedroom.
Bedroom - 2.80m x 2.80m. Double bedroom with built-in wardrobe. Two velux windows provide plenty of light and give the room a light modern feel.
Shower Room - 2.80m x 1.60m
Two dog kennel blocks in excellent condition which are of brick construction under a corrugated metal roof. The 14 kennels include two isolation kennels, with the ability to house 20 dogs. There is also an enclosed exercise yard with a concrete floor.
Adjacent to the exercise yard is a large shed and workshop which is a timber and stone design under a corrugated metal roof with concrete flooring.
There is a hen coop which is of part stone construction with a corrugated metal roof and a chicken run. This has possible development potential.
The annexe roof has a southerly elevation and solar voltaic panels were installed in July 2012, generating an annual income.
The site also receives wayleave of around £120 per annum for SSE poles.
The existing kennels have been running since 1993 and provide an excellent well established business opportunity. There is also room for expansion.
The annexe currently provides a source of income as a holiday home. Accounts are available at the sellers' office.
The property sits within established gardens to the rear and front. To the rear there is a small fruit garden and established vegetable plot, while at the front of the house the property faces two burn filled ponds which are attractively landscaped. The landscaped garden extends to 0.52 Ha (1.28 acres) with the remaining land representing the ponds and rough grazing land.
The property is served by a private water supply with oil-fired central heating.
Corachie Farm is Council Tax band D.
EPC band is E (41).
The kennels have a rateable value of £650.
Home report available on request or at the following website address:
Home Report valuation is £400,000 for the Farmhouse and Annexe building only.
From the South:
From Crianlarich continue north on the A85. After Tyndrum take a left, continuing on the A85 towards Oban in approximately 24 miles you will reach Taynuilt.
Upon entering the village, turn left at the Taynuilt Hotel and follow the road for approximately 1 mile, bear left and follow signs to Corachie Kennels and you will reach your destination.
From the North:
After the Connel Bridge turn right at the T-junction onto the A85 towards Crianlarich, in approximately 7 miles you will reach Taynuilt.
Upon entering the village, turn right at the Taynuilt Hotel and follow the road for approximately 1 mile, bear left and follow signs to Corachie kennels and you will reach Corachie Farm House.
Strictly by prior arrangement.
A closing date may be fixed and prospective Purchasers are advised to register their interest with the Selling Agents.
Offers in Scottish Legal Form should be submitted to the Selling Agents at their Fort William office. Parties are asked to satisfy themselves that they fully understand the implications of offering under Scottish Law.
Should there be any discrepancy between these particulars, stipulations, special conditions of sale and missives of sale the last shall prevail.
Argyll and Bute Council planning, Lorn House, Albany Street, Oban, PA34 4AR. Tel: 01546 605518
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