Achnamara House is a fantastic period COUNTRY HOUSE set in an elevated position above the village of Achnamara in Mid-Argyll. The property has been extended over the decades with a Victorian wing and a late Edwardian wing complimenting the original substantial house. The front and West sides of the building benefit from views over and down Loch Sween and the East wing has quiet woodland to the rear.
This property is marketed as a development site and would lend itself to many different uses (subject to the usual planning consents). There is ample room for a minimum of 6 luxury apartments, bespoke holiday lets, guest house, hotel, wedding/conference venue?
The garden grounds comprise approximately 1 acre of lawn and deciduous trees. Some areas of well-established shrubs and small trees.
Achnamara is a small village situated about 10 miles West of Lochgilphead on the B841. The village, and its close neighbour Castle Sween, is a very popular holiday destination with the local population increasing accordingly during the peak season. Lochgilphead is home to the headquarters of Argyll & Bute Council, who, together with the Forestry Commission and the local hospital, are one of the area’s largest employers. The town benefits from a joint campus school, sports centre, swimming pool, supermarket, hospital, golf course and a wide range of smaller, independent shops. The local area is perfect for those who enjoy the outdoors with numerous opportunities to walk, run, cycle, fish, bird watch, sail, golf to name only a handful of activities.
Please contact our Lochgilphead office on 01546 602903 for more details about this wonderful development opportunity and to organise a suitable time to meet with the current owner and to view the potential for yourself.
Please contact us on 01586 553737 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property, or require further information.
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