A healthy outlook on life
SPECTACULAR Highland Perthshire scenery comes as standard with Tigh an Lighiche, a contemporary house situated on the eastern banks of Loch Rannoch – a location that offers a country lifestyle and diverse outdoor opportunities while also close to amenities and primary school Kinloch Rannoch village.
It also has a private beach area carefully cultivated by the present owners to provide a tranquil waterside oasis.
Designed to maximize the setting and grounds and spectacular views, this is a sizeable home with full height windows and a predominantly open-plan ground floor living area – sitting room flowing through into the dining room, off which is a spacious family room/integrated kitchen and adjoining utility, plus two bedrooms and a bathroom.
Upstairs off a minstrel-style
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BONNIE ON THE CLYDE: Linnet House boasts impressive Firth of Clyde views.
OCCUPYING a prime location in the Upper West End of Helensburgh’s conservation area where it benefits from south-facing views of the Clyde, Linnet House is one of the few intact Victorian houses remaining on Queen Street – and with a floor area of over 5,000 square feet, it’s an impressive property both inside and out. gallery is a master bedroom with extensive built-in wardrobes and en suite bathroom, two further bedrooms, and a shower room, while the gallery landing extends into a 19ft open study area with Velux windows.
The property also has a detached double garage with
The main house has three principal reception rooms, – plus a study, bathroom, utility and a 25ft kitchen/breakfast room.
Upstairs is a bedroom off the half landing and three double bedrooms on the first floor (one with en suite shower room while two bedrooms have a bathroom between them) – and a few steps up is a fifth bedroom with en suite. But that’s not all; at the rear of the house is a four-roomed annex plus laundry room, shower room and WC.
Accessed in suitably grand style via a tree-lined driveway leading to a detached garage, Savills’ Glasgow office is marketing Linnet House at offers over £650,000. storeroom above (currently used as a gym) and a gate at the bottom of the garden accesses the beach.
With iconic views to Schiehallion, Rannoch Moor and Loch Rannoch – Tigh an Lighiche is a one-off, for sale with CKD Galbraith’s Perth office at offers over £430,000. INVERKYLES is a traditional stone-built villa situated on the Clyde coast at Toward, on the Cowal Peninsula close to the landmark Toward lighthouse and only six miles from Dunoon.
Aside from the allure of the sea – the shore is only a few feet from the end of the front garden – the house occupies sizeable garden grounds that include a patio, double bedroom and an inner hallway leading to a utility, bathroom with steam bath and shower, playroom/fifth bedroom, study and large family room with Velux windows.
Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms.
This is a substantial property in an outstanding setting – for sale with Robb Residential at offers over £399,000.
LIGHT UP YOUR LIFE: Tigh an Lighiche’s stunning full height windows make the most of natural sunlight and afford views across the expanse of Loch Rannoch.