Perched at the top of the hill, with 360 degree views all around, including those of the Isle of Mull; what a stunning holiday house on the west coast of Scotland.
Built in 1930, this delightful villa is situated on the top of a hill in a quiet residential area overlooking the popular harbour town of Oban, with spectacular views towards the island of Mull. It is beautifully presented, having been fully refurbished recently and is a superb holiday venue for all the family.
At ground level, there is the entrance hall, drawing room with open fire with stunning picture bay window, secondary sitting room, games room with pool table, dining room that seats 12 people, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom. The bedrooms are all on the floor above, with 1 master double room with luxury en-suite bathroom, 3 double rooms with zip-and-link beds, 1 twin room, 1 single room, 1 bathroom and 1 shower room. Outside the house is a private garden with outdoor children's play area and patio area with table and chairs with BBQ. There is car parking for 5 cars. Please note both the front and back gardens have a steep slope.
WHAT TO DO IN THE AREA
The Oban area is known as the "seafood capital of Scotland", with its abundance of seafood readily available to be dived for, caught line-fishing or wrapped in paper ready to be eaten. Indulge your passion for wildlife photography on sea-life trips for the chance to watch dolphins and whales. The area is excellent for kayaking, canoeing and many other water based activity. For those wishing to walk on dry land, Ben Lora, is just a few miles north of Oban, which overlooks Ardmucknish Bay giving great views over to the Isle of Mull. For those keen on Munro bagging there are over 20 Munros within a 45 minute drive of Oban. The local golf course is Glencruitten and there is a distillery in town – The Oban Distillery. The nearest beach is Ganavan's Sands and it is an ideal base for day trips to the islands of Mull and Iona.