Cononish House Crainlaraich, Tyndrum, FK20 8RX
4 Bedroom Farm House For Sale
Offers in Excess of £285,000
PriceOffers in Excess of £285,000
Property TypeFarm House
TenureThe tenure information has not been provided:
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- OFF GRID PROPERTY
- 4 bedrooms
- Stunning Views
- Private restricted Access Road
- Rural Location
- Approx. one acre
- Farm house and barn
- Council Tax Band D EPC C
- Viewings Strictly by Appointment
Hall Staircase to first floor. Doors to:
Bathroom: 2.2m x 1.8m approx. at widest. White bathroom suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal
basin and low level wc. Timber sash window (SE) Victorian style radiator/towel rail.
Bedroom 2: 4.1m x 4m approx.. Exposed ceiling beams, cast iron fireplace with stone hearth and
wooden surround. Twin aspect timber sash windows (SE and NW). Radiator.
Sitting room 4.3m x 4.1m approx.. Exposed ceiling beams and low doorway with traditional ledged and
braced latch cottage door. Twin aspect timber sash windows (SE and NW). Large fireplace with timber
mantle and woodburning stove. Radiator. Door to:
Kitchen Farmhouse style kitchen with Belfast sink and drainer, lpg range cooker, La Nordica
woodburning cookstove, flagstone floor. Exposed ceiling beams. 2 x Velux windows (SE) timber sash
window (NW) glazed door to garden and glazed door to byre courtyard
Bedroom 1 4.3m x 3.98m Feature fireplace. Window to East and timber sash window (SE). Radiator
Bedroom 3 4.31m x 4.1m Timber sash window (SE) with window seat. Ornate cast iron fireplace and
surround. Built in cupboard. Radiator.
Bedroom 4/potential bathroom/en suite. This room has been left as a blank canvas for future purchasers
to choose its use. It could be a box bedroom or, alternatively, pipework is in place for it to be an upstairs
bathroom or an ensuite from one of the bedrooms, or a Jack-and-Jill bathroom from both.
Planning Permission, Listed Building Consent, and a Building Warrant are in place for the byre to be
demolished and replaced with a large extension with a glazed gable end to the west and bifold doors to the
garden. The Building Warrant is valid until October 2024. The Planning Permission and LBC were granted in
January 2020 but as a meaningful start was made on other works included in the permission (eg the septic
tank), and a notice of initiation of development submitted before January 2023, we understand the
permissions to remain valid in perpetuity even though no work has commenced on the extension.
The permissions also cover the installation of a wind turbine and a large solar pv installation mounted on
the steading roof
Adjoined to the kitchen is an old byre with stone walls but no roof. The owners use this as a South and
West facing suntrap courtyard which gives spectacular views of Ben Lui and the Eas Anie waterfall and is a
lovely area to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. There is also a rustic wood fired hot tub here. Planning
permission exists to demolish the byre completely and build an extension.
Large timber shed housing the generator and serving as a workshop
Large area of ground with mature sitka spruce trees, small pond, spectacular views to Ben Lui and down to
Decking area with seating
Large outdoor dining table and outdoor kitchen area with firepit
Stone walled garden area with mature trees plus apple, plum and pear fruit trees, raspberry beds,
blueberries, rhubarb, Tayberry, gooseberry and blackcurrant.
20’ x 12’ First Tunnels polytunnel (upgraded spec which includes thicker tubes plus additional storm
bracing) including crop bars and irrigation system.
Wood store barn
Large open ended barn with side door
Potting shed barn
Including potting bench, outdoor tap, separate enclosure for chickens, dogs etc
In 2017, new timber sash windows were installed, the walls were internally insulated with 100mm Kingspan
and drylined, and new flashings were installed round the chimneys. More recent upgrades include new
internal wall insulation and dry lining to the upper floor and new loft insulation.
AROUND THE HOUSE
A very short walk down the track from the garden leads to a beach area on the river. Close to this, the river
bends forming a deeper pool.
Half an hour walk up the glen from the house, there is a secluded waterfall with a pool and a shingle beach
The splendid 150m Eas Anie waterfall is just behind the goldmine and is popular with ice climbers in winter.
SHOPPING, DELIVERIES, BINS AND POST
Tyndrum has a range of shops, eating places and a petrol station.
There is a larger range of supermarkets and shops in the town of Oban and everything can be found in
Glasgow, Stirling and Perth.
Asda deliver groceries to the door.
All the main couriers �“ Evri, DPD, FedEx etc all deliver to the house.
Bins are collected at the end of the track.
Tyndrum has two railway stations (fun fact: it is the smallest settlement in the UK to be served by more
than one railway station!), each one serving a different branch of the West Highland Line, repeatedly voted
one of the best railway journeys in the world.
Tyndrum Lower (a scenic 2.5 mile walk from the house through a woodland track) is on the Oban branch
Upper Tyndrum is on the Fort William branch of the West Highland Line. The section between Fort William
and Mallaig crosses the famous ‘Harry Potter’ Glenfinnan Viaduct.
Glasgow Airport is 51 miles away, Glasgow Prestwick is 82 miles and Edinburgh Airport is 78 miles.
Oban has a small regional airport serving the isles.
Tyndrum is well served by a number of operators running a range of routes
COOKING, HEATING AND HOT WATER
There is a La Nordica woodburning cookstove in the kitchen. The top plate can accommodate several pans
and the cast iron oven bakes bread beautifully.
There is also a large lpg range cooker with 6 ring hob (including a wok stand and a Moka coffee pot stand),
large oven and grill.
The big powerbank can run microwave, air fryer etc.
Heating and hot water
Full central heating was installed in March 2023 with a brand new gas combi boiler and radiators.
There is a large woodburning stove in the sitting room.
The cookstove in the kitchen also acts as a woodburning stove to provide warmth and ambience.
Most of the house’s electrical demand is met from powerbanks. These run the large fridge freezer, the
combi boiler, the internet router, TV and lights etc One of the powerbanks can run appliances up to 1500w
so has no trouble with the microwave, food mixer and other kitchen gadgets.
Solar panels recharge the powerbanks but they can also be charged quickly from the generator.
The generator is a big 10kw diesel model which runs the washing machine, tumble dryer and any high
wattage power tools.
A large Flogas propane tank in the garden serves the gas combi boiler and the lpg range cooker.
Water comes from a private supply from high up the hill. The pipe was renewed in April 2023 and has
A new septic tank was installed in October 2022.
Phone, TV and Internet
There is a landline connected to the house and broadband internet which is fine for streaming and working
There are many walkers who visit the area and with the correct permissions, there would be great potential
to offer walkers glamping or bed and breakfast.
This is an extremely rear opportunity to acquire a special off grid property in a highly sought after restricted area
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