With no public roads for miles around, the elm-clad cabin is accessed either on foot with a 15 minute walk or quad access from a forestry track located to the west of the property, or alternatively via a 15 minute boat trip from Taynuilt.
With a gated entrance and approached via a footbridge crossing a small burn, the cabin is full of charm and comprises of a sitting room with original Chatanette stove which operates as the back boiler to heat the water, kitchen (with bottled gas hob), small dining area, single bedroom, two double bedrooms, and a bathroom. The property has no mains electricity and a private (unfiltered) natural water supply.
Externally, there are three outbuildings including a large boat shed and two stores used to house firewood and equipment. The grounds extend to about 0.80 acres with a few specimen trees and deer fence boundary.
The cabin is just a short walk from the shores of Loch Etive with stone jetty access, and enjoys dramatic far-reaching views over the loch, Ben Starav and Glas Bheinn Mhor to the north, and Ben Cruachan to the south.
On the market with Knight Frank for offers over £250,000, more details on this ultimate getaway can be found HERE.