Lochview 1 is a stunning lodge positioned over two floors inviting breath taking views as luxury living the property has been designed with innovation and attention-to-detail by the highly-regarded architectural practice, McKenzie Strickland Associates.
The ground floor accommodation of Lochview 1 comprises a large open plan kitchen, living and dining area with access to the properties private veranda. There is a shower room on this level as well as a separate utility room. On the second floor, there are two well-proportioned double bedrooms, both with spacious integrated wardrobes, en-suite shower and bathrooms with a large private balcony off the master bedroom.
Externally, the finish uses a combination of smooth render and stained Siberian larch cladding. The balcony and terraces enjoy timber decking and have been finished with galvanised balustrading and handrails with glass inserts. Timber privacy screens have also been added between adjacent properties.
Internally the specification is exceptionally high and enjoys a stunning finish. There is engineered oak flooring in the kitchen and living space, tiled floors in the entrance hallway and WC with carpets in the bedrooms. A Contemporary Kitchen has been fitted and boasts beautiful granite surfaces and modern integrated appliances. The bedrooms are complimented by integrated wardrobes, and each bathroom, WC and en-suite has contemporary sanitary ware and fixtures throughout with tiling to floors and the walls adjacent to wet areas. Furthermore there are oak finished interior doors throughout and the external doors are timber high security doors. There is modern double and triple glazed timber windows, high efficiency LPG central heating, solar thermal panels and low energy light fittings throughout. The property also offers the opportunity to add an additional lofted den area is so desired.
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Set amidst a dramatic and unspoiled landscape, Kenmore is a long-established destination for outdoor enthusiasts, as well as those seeking a serene, yet accessible, getaway in the Scottish Highlands. A charming conservation village, situated on the Eastern periphery of Loch Tay, it has earnt regional renown and offers range of amenities, including a local store, the Kenmore Hotel and facilities at the Taymouth Castle Estate and Taymouth Marina itself.
The pristine upland scenery which abounds Loch Tay is revered for its natural beauty, with the infamous Ben Lawers looming over the Northern shore, much of which is designated as a National Nature Reserve. There are a plethora of footpaths, mountain biking trails and bridle tracks to explore the area, many of which are within easy reach of Taymouth Marina. Loch Tay and outlying rivers support local fishing and Kenmore itself hosts a popular ceremony, opening the salmon fishing on the loch, in January of each year. There are also local golf courses; one at Mains of Taymouth and another, designed by the infamous James Braid, within the grounds of Taymouth Castle.
Most notably, Kenmore is home to the Scottish Crannog Centre, which features a unique reconstruction of the iron-age dwellings which were excavated from the Loch. Sharing the Southern shore of the Loch with Taymouth Marina, this site of unique historical interest is within view of the homes at the development. Despite its idyllic rural position in the Scottish Highlands, Kenmore and specifically, Taymouth Marina, are remarkably accessible. Loch Tay’s central position in Scotland, almost half way between the East and West coasts, means that popular locations such as Perth, Stirling, Pitlochry, Oban, Glen Coe and Fort William are within comfortable reachable distance. The nearby A84 and A9 feed into Scotland’s main motorway network, which connects to both Edinburgh and Glasgow. Both cities offer airports which can be accessed from Kenmore in under two hours.