Leven House, Arisaig, Highland, PH39 4NR
Offers Over £540,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
Leven House affords potential purchasers the opportunity to acquire a well-presented, substantial property with fine views over the Sound of Arisaig.
Mallaig 10 miles, Fort William 32 miles, Inverness 95 miles, Glasgow 134 miles
(all distances are approximate)
• Generous modern home with 4 large bedrooms (3 en-suite)
• Paddock and mixed woodland extending in all to approximately 4 acres
• Highly desirable rural location near the village of Arisaig
• Ample parking including a single garage and car port
• Mature south facing garden
Offers Over £600,000
Leven House sits in an elevated position surrounded by a well-presented and established wrap-around garden, mature amenity woodland to the rear and a large, enclosed grass paddock to the front, ideal for a horse or pony. A small stream runs though the rear of the property and feeds into Borrodale Burn which flows along the eastern boundary. Leven House enjoys a relatively quiet location, with only three neighbouring properties, none of which infringe on the views across the picturesque Sound of Arisaig and beyond towards Glenuig Hill and Egnaig Hill.
The building is of relatively modern concrete block construction with a painted render exterior under a pitched timber framed slate roof. The property benefits from double glazed windows throughout.
The ground floor consists of a comfortable lounge, large kitchen with dining area, utility room, one double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en-suite, WC and a cloakroom. The spacious open-plan kitchen and dining area and is well equipped with both a Rayburn and electric cooker, while the lounge enjoys an open fire, and a side door providing access to the garden. Both the lounge and kitchen benefit from large south facing windows providing ample light and enviable views towards the Sound of Arisaig. There are also two large cupboards at the foot of the stairs.
The stairs lead to a large, bright landing from which you can access a linen room and the three spacious double bedrooms, two of which have en-suites. All the bedrooms are south facing overlooking the garden and grass paddock.
The property was previously a successful bed and breakfast, making the most of the nearby tourist attractions and spectacular views. The en-suite bedrooms lend themselves to restarting this business. Alternatively, this property would provide a spectacular self-catering retreat for family and friends.
There is a large mature and well-established wrap-around garden. The main area is south facing and laid to lawn. The garden also benefits from a mature apple tree, well established shrubs as well as a small stream that runs through the rear. The gravel area surrounding the house offers an ideal space for a seating area and soak in the views surrounding the property or entertain friends and family.
A sizeable porch on the north side of the property offers protection from the weather and dry log storage. Parking consists of a car port and a single garage, which is accessible from the utility room. The garage has a side door and an electric door up and over door, under a pitched roof offering loft storage. There is a wooden shed for additional storge.
There is also an enclosed grass paddock extending to approximately 1.9 acres (0.77 ha), and a further 2 acres (0.81 ha) of mixed species amenity woodland. When coupled with the stunning local hacks along the Silver Sands of Morar this would make an ideal property for the equine minded.
Strictly by prior agreement with the selling agents who should be contacted in advance to advise on
access arrangements. For the personal safety of interested parties, please be aware of potential hazards at the property as the buildings and land may be in temporary use for livestock handling.
Any offer by prospective purchaser(s), regardless of where they are ordinarily resident and regardless of whether cash or subject to loan finance basis, must be accompanied by a financial reference from a bank/funding source that is acceptable to the sellers. Prospective purchasers will also be required to produce identification sufficient to satisfy anti money laundering regulations and checks against the intended purchaser or nominee together with other documentation that may be required, from time to time, in order to support any conditional offers submitted to the seller. Bidwells LLP accepts no liability of any type arising from your delay or other lack of co-operation in this regard.
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