Greenbank is a charming Grade C listed Victorian house positioned for a superb view over the head of the loch. The large half-acre garden extends west towards the loch and up the hill towards the mountains. This private garden is festooned with mature shrubs and trees and provides hiding places for children and is a good spot for a close encounter with grousegrouse Red grouse, red squirrel and deer. Downstairs are two spacious reception rooms which easily accommodate a large party of friends or family reunion. The tall ceilings and elaborate plasterwork provide real character. On one side of the entrance hall is the dining room and on the other the drawing room. Both rooms have stunning views of the loch and are perfect for a bit of seal spotting. The dining room has an elegant alder wood table with 10 chairs and provides the perfect setting for a social get together. The drawing room is comfortably furnished with three soft sofas and a real fire. The selection of games (including Monopoly in French) and books make an enjoyable evening together as a family. The bright and welcoming kitchen is fully equipped for cooking quick snacks through to three course dinners. The pine table and four chairs are perfect for a 'rolling' breakfast or for feeding younger children an earlier evening meal. The log burner ensures a cosy feel so its a real hub of the house and a place where the chef will always have company (but if the chef needs a day off, bar meals and good restaurant food are just 2 minutes walk away!). There are 2 double, 1 twin and two single bedrooms upstairs. Downstairs is a further double bedroom. There are 2 en-suite shower rooms and one family bathroom upstairs and a further bathroom downstairs.