ROOM WITH A SPECTACULAR VIEW
A stunning new viewhome launched in Balquhidder in the heart of Rob Roy country puts a whole new perspective on properties with a view.
Situated in picturesque surroundings on the shores of Loch Voil, Stronvar is one of Scotland’s most idyllic locations but still within commuting distance of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling.
Created by Westerwood, a division of Walker Group, the view home is a spectacular four bedroom villa and to celebrate its launch the company is holding an Open Day on Sunday 21 October from 12 noon until 4.00pm. Visitors will also have the opportunity to view a fully furnished showhome.
The viewhome features an open plan entrance hall and dining room with a feature multi fuel stove in the middle of the room. A fully fitted kitchen complete with a bespoke kitchen island, leads to a separate sun room, a living room, utility room, shower room, and the option of a family room or a fourth bedroom.
The upper floor includes a master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room, two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and storeroom. An integral double garage is also included. As befitting a property of this stature the specification offers an exceptional quality throughout, from the oak internal doors and ironmongery, to the Siemens appliances and stylish bathroom tiling.
Both the viewhome and showhome are available for sale priced at offers over £550,000. Stronvar also features two plots for sale, priced from £140,000.
Each home comes with shared ownership of approximately ten acres of land which includes a woodland and a protected Site of Special Scientific Interest which provides access to the loch and will be managed by Scottish Woodlands. Stronvar is also part of the River Teith Special Area of Conservation which aims to protect the unique ecology of the surrounding landscape.
The lochs, rivers and glens around Balquhidder are steeped in history, and the village itself is home to the final resting place of famous Scottish outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor.
The nearest town is the popular tourist spot of Callander which is just 15 miles away and has a selection of shops, galleries and delicatessens, along with quaint tea rooms, cafes and friendly pubs. There are lots of outdoor activities on offer including fishing, cycling and hiking and there is a leisure centre with swimming pool and climbing wall when it is too wet to explore the area known as the gateway to the Highlands.