12 Roshven View, Arisaig
Guide Price £320,000
4 bedroom Detached Villa for sale: 12 Roshven View, Arisaig
Guide Price £320,000
- REVISED PRICE - £20,000 below Home Report Valuation.
- Modern and spacious, detached four bedroom family home.
- Family Bathroom, Ground Floor Shower Room and an En-Suite
- Beautiful lounge with feature solid fuel stove
- First Floor family seating area
- Double Glazing / Underfloor Heating
- Decking Area
- Off Street Parking
- Arisaig Bay and Village is just a short walk from the Villa
- EPC C –77 / Council Tax Band F / Tenure is Freehold
REVISED PRICE - £20,000 below Home Report Valuation. Situated in the popular village of Arisaig is this fabulous, beautifully presented and modern, four bedroom, detached villa that forms a substantial family home.
McIntyre & Company are delighted to bring Roslin, to the market. Internally this is a fabulous, beautifully presented and modern, four bedroom, detached villa that forms a substantial family home. Externally the garden grounds are unfinished and could benefit from upgrading. The property has been reduced by £20,000 as a contribution towards such costs.
The property was built around 2008 and spans approximately 184sq m.
In additional to its beautiful location the villa benefits from spacious living accommodation to include a splendid living room with feature solid fuel stove, a large bay window which affords plenty of natural daylight to the room, French Doors that lead onto the decking area and further internal double doors that provide access to the dining area and kitchen.
The fitted kitchen has a variety of drawer and base units that include a corner carousel and larder cabinet. There is an integrated oven, hob and extractor chimney. The dining area is substantial and will host a table with seating for 10. Further benefits include quality tiled flooring to the ground floor areas, modern double glazing, an air source heating system supplemented by under floor heating and a solid fuel stove to the ground floor. A great energy performance rating of C-77 and the villa is listed freehold.
The villa has historically been used as a self-catering, 3 star holiday let but also has the potential for B&B but primarily forms a fabulous family home.
There is no chain, therefore an early date of entry is available and viewings come highly recommended.
Ground Floor: Entrance Reception, Inner Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen-Diner, Shower Room and Bedroom. 1st Floor, Viewing Platform/Sitting area, Three Bedrooms (One En-Suite) and Family Bathroom.
The garden ground is mainly grass with vehicular access to the rear where there is parking for 2/3 vehicles, a shed, outside light, tap, ramp and decking area. The garden grounds are unfinished and could benefit from upgrading. The property has been reduced by £20,000 as a contribution towards such costs.
All approximate dimensions (Taken from widest x longest points).
Entrance Reception 2.79m x 1.82m (9’.01” x 5’.11”)
Lounge 6.24m x 4.91m (20’05” x16’01”)
Kitchen/Diner—overall 9.01m x 2.91m (29’06” x 9’06”)
Kitchen area 5.94m x 2.91m (19’06” x 9’06”)
G.F Shower Room 1.95m x 1.71m (6’04” x 5’07”)
G.F Bedroom 4.11m x 3.79m (13’05” x 12’05”)
Family seating/viewing platform
5.23m x 3.65m (17’01” x 11’11”)
Bedroom 6.68m x 3.96m (21’10” x 13’)
En-suite 3.10m x 1.66m (10’01 x 5’05”)
Bedroom 5.02m x 3.08m (16’05”) (10’01”)
Bedroom 4.59mx 3.31m (15’ x 10’10”)
Bathroom 3.22m x 2.17m (10’06” x 7’01”)
The village of Arisaig, a Gaelic word translating as “The Safe Place”, is a stunning, picturesque village located on the famous ’Road to the Isles’ which passes through Glenfinnan, Lochailort, Arisaig and terminates at Mallaig. Arisaig Train Station is a short walk from the property (approx. 10 minutes) there you can see ‘The Jacobite’ steam train (The Hogwarts Express from the tales of Harry Potter) as it passes through the Station along the scenic route from Fort William to Mallaig.
Arisaig is a desirable location, in a wonderful costal setting surrounded by spectacular West Highland scenery. The village boasts its own Marina and Boat Yard the perfect base or stopover for those looking to explore Scotland’s Iconic West Coastline with single mooring points for long and short term stays. There is a Hotel with Bar and Restaurant, a well-stocked village shop, café, village hall, primary school along with a range of other amenities.
There are further amenities at nearby Mallaig to include a Leisure Centre, Doctors Surgery, Secondary School, Train Station, Shops, Pubs, and Restaurants. There is a Ferry service with links to the Isle of Skye and to the Small Isles of Eigg, Muck and Rum. Western Isles Cruises also run several daily boat trips to Knoydart from the harbour. Sightings of dolphins, basking sharks, otters and puffins can all be encountered at various times of the year from the area and cruises.
Fort William is the largest nearby town and is known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK.” The town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of tourist attractions. There is a variety of shops, hotels and restaurants, tourist information centre, museum, cinema, library, bus station and railway station with links to Mallaig, Inverness, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as an overnight sleeper to London.
DIRECTIONS 12, Roshven View, Arisaig, PH39 4NX.
Travelling from Fort William on the Morar/Mallaig road (A830), turn left into the village of Arisaig and follow the road a short distance before turning right at Clanranald Place Follow the road ahead and take the 1st right into Roshven View and 12 Roshven view is on the left hand side.
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