Lagganmore House, Scammadale Glen, Kilninver, By Oban, Argyll


5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Kilninver, Argyll and Bute

Guide Price 

Property Information

Scammadale Glen, Kilninver
Guide Price £485,000
Property Type
Detached House
Reception Rooms

Property Summary

  • Approx 0.9 acres of garden
  • Sunroom
  • Oil central heating
  • Aga
  • Carport
  • Multi fuel stove
  • Original features
  • Flexible layout
  • Approx 262 sq.m of living space
  • Surveyed at £485,000

Property Description

* Under Offer *  Stunning 19th century country house with a sweeping driveway, sizeable garden to the front and sides (approx 0.9 acres). Set in an area of outstanding natural beauty with an abundance of wildlife on your doorstep. Offering a mix of modern and traditional, retaining many original features. Formal lounge, sitting room, study, stunning open plan kitchen/dining room with sunroom to the side, five bedrooms, master en suite, bathroom, shower room, WC and utility room. The property further benefits from an AGA stove, multi fuel stoves, oil central heating, double glazing, carport, parking for multiple vehicles, polytunnel, stores, veg patch, charming stream through the garden by the patio and bbq areas. Broadband and digital television are available.

Timber front door into the front entrance porch with wood flooring, feature display arch with lighting and shelving, central heating radiator, pendant light with access to the sitting room.

Music/sitting Room 6.9m x 4.4m
Offering stunning views across the front garden to the hills beyond, window box seat with storage below. A covered fireplace with wood surround provides the room's focal point, carpeted, two central heating radiators, two large cupboards. Open arch entrance to the beautiful winding oak staircase and the ground floor lounge area. Ample space for freestanding furniture or even a piano.

Lounge 7.8m x 5.0m
Absolutely stunning and spacious formal lounge with a large curved bay window streaming light into the expansive room. An oversized fireplace with tiled hearth, oak mantle and feature curved wall with recessed arch alcoves, glass display shelving, lighting and storage. Dual aspect views to the side and front offer picturesque rural views across the garden to the countryside beyond. The open plan living area is divided into two main seating areas, solid oak flooring, two central heating radiators with lamps connected to a central switch. Ample space for freestanding lounge furniture or holding a large gathering.

Study/snug 4.4m x 4.0m
A peaceful room that can be accessed off the sitting room or kitchen with double sided wood burning stove providing the focal point to this room and the dining area of the sunroom next door, slate hearth. Window box seat with fantastic views to the front, carpeted, shelving for display items, spotlights, central heating radiator and wall mounted tv point. Ample room for freestanding furniture

Sunroom /dining area 7.4m x 3.8m
A fabulous addition to the property. The idyllic stream runs past the sunroom and patio adding to the tranquility. A bright and airy dining space that is ideal for entertaining all year round with the double sided wood burning stove, high performance double glazed windows and doors. Glazed roof panels allow natural light into the room, exposed beams, two central heating radiators, slate tiled flooring continues to the open plan L shape kitchen, patio door providing access to the south facing patio and bbq area.

Kitchen 4.0m x 2.6m
Magnificent country style kitchen with the essential Aga stove set in a feature recess with storage and hanging space around it. The Aga provides two hotplates, 3 ovens, graphite grey tile splashback, matt cream base and wall units with open plate rack shelving, solid oak worktops and handles, baking tray storage, and wine rack. The opposite wall has a Belfast sink with feature mixer tap, graphite grey tile splashbacks, inbuilt single oven, oak worktop space and additional matching base and wall units, freestanding dishwasher space, with room for a fridge freezer. Slate tiled flooring, downlights, dual window views to the rear, heat sensor and smoke alarm plus access to the adjacent utility and study rooms.

Utility Room 2.5m x 2.2m
Entered from either the rear porch or kitchen, matt cream country style wall and base units, nickel handles, solid oak worktops, Belfast sink with traditional taps and white tile splashbacks. Storage shelving for washing baskets, space and plumbing for white goods, slate tiled flooring, spotlight and oil central heating fuel gauge.

Rear Porch 3.1m x 2.6m
External glazed door entrance from under the carport, spacious area with vintage style tile effect vinyl flooring, large storage cupboard and window to rear. Handy WC located off the rear porch. A great space to store your muddy gear after some rural adventures.

Cloakroom 2.6m x 0.8m
White two piece suite with opaque glazed door from the porch, vintage style basin mounted on real wood vanity unit, cream tiled splashbacks and vanity unit. Coat hanging and boot facilities, central heating radiator and pendant lighting and opaque window. Access to the utility room on the right or straight ahead to the sitting room.

First Floor
Sweeping curved oak staircase with oak banister leading to first floor, carpeted with large picture window to the front with panoramic countryside views, display area between stair and window. Large upper hallway with central heating radiator and decorative cover, feature pendant lighting at front and rear of the long first floor hallway, linen cupboard and feature arch entrance to main bedroom areas.

Master Bedroom 6.2m x 4.1m
Spacious master bedroom with dual aspect windows, one to the front offering fantastic views across the garden towards the hills beyond, two side windows with rural views, two central heating radiators, carpeted, lamps connected to the main light switch. Ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture.

En suite 3.4m x 1.6m
Luxury en suite in a vintage style with dark red/ purple colour scheme, 3 piece suite with chrome feet freestanding rolltop bath, feature mixer tap and handheld shower attachment, WC and WHB. Focal point cast iron fire surround, hanging towel rail, downlights, central heating radiator, tongue and groove paneling with varnished original wood flooring. Window to side with rural views and roof light with overhead views of the sky while relaxing in the bath.

Bathroom 3.0m x 1.9m
White four piece suite with a large bath with traditional taps, rainfall showerhead and screen above, buff travertine stone tiles with travertine mosaic trim splashbacks and grab handle. Vintage style WC and WHB with feature travertine tile splashback, heated towel rail, second towel rail, oak effect vinyl flooring, wall mounted and illuminated mirror, spotlights, matching toilet roll and glass holder with space for storage units.

Bedroom two (yellow) 3.9m x 3.0m
Large double bedroom currently utilised as a twin with wood paneling to one wall. Double window to rear, central heating radiator with decorative cover, feature pendant lighting, carpeted with ample space for freestanding furniture.

Bedroom three (lilac) 3.7m x 3.1m
Good size double bedroom with feature arch window to the front, offering impressive rural views down the glen and window seat below, currently set up as a twin with substantial inbuilt wardrobe storage and shelving, carpeted, central heating radiator, lamps connected to the main light switch and additional space for bedroom furniture.

Bedroom four (turquoise) 4.5m x 4.1m
Large triple size bedroom currently, carpeted, central heating radiator, feature pendant light, shelving and large cupboard. Dual aspect views with a window seat to the front offer delightful scenic views. Ample space for freestanding furniture.

Bedroom five (red) 4.5m x 3.0m (at widest points)
Double bedroom with rural views to the side of the property, carpeted, central heating radiator, inbuilt wardrobe, cupboard housing hot water tank. pendant lighting and ample room for freestanding furniture.

Shower room 1.8m x 1.6m
Located at the other end of the hall from the family bathroom to service the 2 bedrooms at that end. White three piece suite with shower enclosure, sliding doors, thermostatic shower and white sparkle effect respatex wall panels within. Back to unit white WC and compact WHB with mixer tap, vanity unit, mosaic tile splashbacks. Respatex panels to ceiling and walls, tiled flooring, spotlights, heated towel rail and opaque window to rear.

There are substantial garden grounds with a feature stream to the side. The sizable front garden is mainly laid to lawn, enhanced by a mixture of mature trees and shrubs that border the winding driveway leading up to the property. The carport to the rear offers parking for two vehicles and the tarred top driveway provides parking and vehicle turning for multiple vehicles. Gravelled drying green to the rear is bordered by a substantial herb garden. A sheltered terrace next to the sunroom provides BBQ and patio areas ideal for alfresco dining, entertaining, or simply relaxing. A timber bridge leads over the stream and leads to the polytunnel, greenhouse and chicken run. There is further garden ground to the sides and rear with a garden shed and wood stores.

Primary schooling is available at Kilninver (2 miles) and Oban has a number of primary schools, a well-respected secondary school as well as a medical centre, hospital and churches of various denominations. A local bus service runs between Oban & Lochgilphead and Oban has a mainline railway station with a service connecting to Glasgow. The Caledonian MacBrayne ferries depart from Oban to many island destinations.

The west of Scotland is famed for its scenic sailing, as well as associated chandlery and marina services. Close by is the sheltered sea loch of Loch Feochan which is well known among the sailing community and has always drawn yachts and boating craft to its pretty, sheltered and safe anchorage.

Further to the south is Craobh Haven marina, where a larger, safe water marina was formed by the building of causeways and a large breakwater between a small group of tidal saltwater islands. The marina has been developed from a near perfect natural harbour, with berths for up to 250 craft of all sizes to a maximum length of 33 meters. Craobh marina offers access to a fabulous selection of west coast sea lochs and islands with lots of sheltered anchorages to explore and has a harbourmaster, marina office and chandlers. There are also many opportunities for seal and whale-watching, bird watching and diving opportunities in the surrounding waters. The local inland countryside provides an abundance of outdoor and sporting activities including hill walking and mountain biking, and there are many small, well-stocked hill lochs for trout fishing plus some spate streams for salmon and sea-trout. Oban and surrounding sheltered sea lochs provide excellent and abundant sea-fishing plus sailing access to the west coast, inner and outer Hebrides all of which is widely recognised by yachtsmen and women the world over as some of the most scenic and testing sailing available.
Wildlife abounds the glen with frequent sightings of Red deer, (spectacular in the rut in October) pine martins, golden and sea eagles to name but a few.

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These particulars were prepared on the basis of our knowledge of the local area and, in respect of the property itself, the information supplied to us by our clients. All reasonable steps were taken at the time of preparing these particulars. All statements contained in the particulars are for information only and all parties should not rely on them as representations of fact; in particular:- (a) descriptions, measurements and dimensions are approximate only; (b) all measurements are taken using a laser measure (therefore may be subject to a small margin of error) at the widest points; and (c) all references to condition, planning permission, services, usage, construction, fixtures and fittings and moveable items contained in the property are for guidance only.