|Argyll must boast some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland, and the area around Loch Awe, some of the best of that, hence why it is known as the ‘Jewel of Argyll’. The loch itself, is renowned for it’s superb fishing, and at 24 miles long, is the second largest freshwater loch in Scotland. During the late 1800’s through to around 1935, steamers and motor boats commercially plied the loch carrying passengers and cargo along it. These are gone now, but there are still plenty of boats that sail the loch for both fishing and pleasure. On the north shore, at the Pass of Brander, the Cruachan Hydro Power Station is located. Known as ‘The Hollow Mountain’ the waters flow from the dam high up on the mountain from which it takes it’s name, and creates power nearly a kilometre underground !|
|Aweside View, will consist of 15 detached homes,
set on the southern slopes of Loch Awe, just a short
distance from Portsonachan Hotel. The homes have
been specifically created to take advantage of the site
characteristics and open aspect, with stunning views
to the North West, and towards Ben Cruachan, with
it’s high dam visible from the site. While overall,
there will be the choice of 7 styles, the initial phase
‘A’ will have 3 types, including a two bed bungalow,
and the choice 2 styles of three bed chalet.
The properties are to be sold with an open tenure, and may be used as permanent homes. They will be built to a high specification, with very high levels of insulation; architectural features and quality materials.
A Cedar Home Similar To Those Proposed At Aweside View
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Donald McInnes : 01786 842216
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