- Set in a Prime Location
- Fabulous views over Loch Linnhe
- Prestigious and elegant extended Victorian House
- Two bedroom, detached, modern Garden Flat
- Private owner's accommodation
- Potential to expand and develop business
- Attractive gardens, ample parking, front and rear
- Energy Efficiency Rating band F (22)
Situated in a highly sought-after location in the heart of the Outdoor Capital of the UK. Lochiel Villa is a prestigious and elegant extended Victorian property. Generously proportioned throughout and in a superb position on the seafront with fabulous uninterrupted views over Loch Linnhe to the mountains beyond.
Lochiel Villa is a prominent, elegant extended Victorian property with spacious rooms and many period qualities. Originally built around 1880 the property boasts character features such as sash and case windows with shutters, marble fireplaces, ornate cornicing and stunning pine staircase. The property was extended in the mid-1960s.
This semi-detached guest house is set in a superb central position on the shoreline of the Outdoor Capital of the UK. The town and wider Lochaber area offer some the most outstanding coast line scenery together with an abundance of wildlife. There is also a profusion of outdoor activities you, or your visitors, can enjoy. All services and amenities are available in town.
A detached, self-contained garden flat above a large double garage is included in the sale. Perfect for residential or holiday letting (subject to any necessary permissions).
This is a property with a warm and homely feel, currently trading as a successful Guest House operated by the current owners for around 40 years. With its repeat business Lochiel Villa has earned itself a fine reputation with visitors and locals alike. With full capacity trading and improved marketing, we the agents feel there is great scope to expand on this already impressive business.
A total of eight letting rooms, (1 ground floor en-suite, 7 first floor, 4 en-suite) shower rooms, sun lounge and dinning room. First floor fire escape.
Located in the original part of the property, living room, dining room, kitchen, pantry, bedroom and bathroom.
Detached Garden Flat
Two double bedrooms, fitted kitchen/diner, living room, shower room. Completed to a high standard around 2003. With modern fixtures and fittings, wood skirtings, doors and facings. Solid oak flooring through-out, double glazing, oil fired heating, gas hob and integral oven. Fenced, private garden.
Reception hall: Spacious welcoming area.
Large floor to ceiling windows which afford magnificent, uninterrupted views. Glazed door through to the dining room. (5.36 m x 3.82 m)
Original fire place, glazed screen to sun lounge and window to side (5.96 m x 5.33 m)
All bedrooms have tea/coffee facilities and TV points. En-suites have shower cubicles.
Bedroom 1: Spacious family room with cosy seating area, windows to side (5.58 m x 2.95 m), with en-suite (2.71 m x 2.12 m) (at longest x widest points)
Accessed from the reception hall:
Bedroom 2: double, window to rear (3.49 m x 3.38 m)
Bedroom 3: double, view to front (4.52 m x 3.64 m)
Bedroom 4: double, view to front (4.51 m x 3.49 m) (at widest points),
With en-suite : (1.81 m x 1.39 m)
Bedroom 5: double, window to rear (3.72 m x 3.47 m),
With en-suite: (1.70 m x 1.39 m)
Bedroom 6: double, view to front (3.54 m x 2.89 m)
Shower Room: (2.73 m x 1.10 m)
Bedroom 7: twin, view to front (3.87 m x 3.55 m),
with en-suite: (2.48 m x 1.50 m)
Bedroom 8: double, window to side (5.14 m x 3.01 m),
with en-suite: (2.86 m x 0.84 m)
Storage Room: Window to rear (3.64 m x 2.73 m)
Living room: Cosy room, sash and case windows with internal shutters, multi-fuel stove, sandstone surround and timber mantle (4.94 m x 3.49 m)
Sash and case window with internal shutters affords magnificent views to Loch Linnhe and the Conaglen Hills. Original marble fire place. (4.18 m x 3.93 m)
Modern Base units, stainless steel sink, gas cooker, tiled walls and floor. (4.77 m x 1.79 m)
Fitted storage cupboards, stainless steel sink. (3.68 m x 2.25 m)
Beautiful spacious room, period fireplace, original shutters, stunning views. (4.87 m x 3.80 m)
Bath with shower over and side screen, wash hand basin and WC. (2.71 m x 1.51 m)
Bright and airy accommodation, separate to the main building and with its own garden area. Oil fired heating and hot water.
Large window overlooking private garden, double roof lights. French doors leading into the kitchen/diner. (4.62 m x 4.23 m)
Modern fitted kitchen with a good variety of base and wall units. Dark worktops with contrasting wall tiles, roof lights to rear (4.48 m x 3.73 m) (at widest points).
Shower cubicle with thermostatic mixer valve, WHB, WC, heated towel rail, tiled floor and wet wall finish, roof light to rear. (2.38 m x 2.05 m)
Bedroom 1: Fitted wardrobe with glass sliding doors, double roof lights to side. (4.17 m x 3.21 m) (at widest points)
Bedroom 2: Fitted wardrobe with glass sliding doors, double roof lights to side. (3.76 m x 3.20 m) (at widest points)
Significant front garden with gated access, beautifully tended border and grass to either side of a tarred drive and parking area. In pleasant weather the owners use the lawn for an alfresco seating area with garden furniture for guest's use.
There is also Parking to the rear of the property, from the School Lane, with the owners having legal right of access over the neighbor's ground.
Large heated double garage with power supply and lighting. The commercial washing machines (3 of) and dryer will remain. All other items including shelving will be removed prior to sale.
The garage provides a further possible opportunity for development, connections for services are all in place for conversion.
A detailed inventory of contents and furniture can be made available to the prospective purchaser (all commercial items for B&B purposes are included in the sale).