Modern homes and plots for sale overlooking stunning Loch location

Invest in not one but two ready-to-move-into homes plus eight plots of land overlooking the beautiful location of Loch Voil in Stirlingshire.

Galbraith, Scotland’s leading independent property consultancy, is marketing two finished houses and eight further plots of land at Stronvar overlooking Loch Voil, offering spectacular views of some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland.

Each of the plots at Stronvar offer shared ownership of approximately ten acres of land, including woodland and a Site of Special Scientific Interest plus a launch point for a non-motorised boat / canoe on Loch Voil.

Detailed planning permission has been granted for each of the plots to create a luxurious family home. Purchasers will also benefit from a ‘design and build’ service from a team made up of some of Scotland’s most respected builders and architects to create their own bespoke home sympathetic to the local area.

The available home designs vary in size from 2,000 sq ft to 4,000 sq ft and make full use of local natural materials in their construction.

The designs offer considerable flexibility, enabling the purchaser to design their own dream home (subject to planning approval). There is also ample scope to create a waterside highland garden.

Loch Voil

Picture: Galbraith

The outlook of each house makes the most of the truly outstanding views that exist in all directions – over the loch or looking up into the surrounding hills.

Scott Holley, handling the sale of the plots for Galbraith said: “This really is one of Scotland’s most beautiful locations and it is rare to have the opportunity to create a new home in such a position, with access to the loch and overlooking such amazing views.

“In addition, the service in place to begin designing and building your home, using the established architect and builder, takes away all the hassle of potentially having to search for a builder and architect yourself, while still providing flexibility.”

Stronvar is close to historic Balquhidder, and deep in the heart of Rob Roy country.

The surrounding landscape is renowned for its magnificent highland scenery, and for the peace and tranquillity of the wooded glens and braes that surround the calm waters of Loch Voil.

Stronvar is within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is approximately 31 miles from Stirling and 55 miles from Glasgow.

Loch Voil

Picture: Stronvar exterior, Galbraith

The two properties already built are 4-bedroom detached villas finished to the highest specification. Both are for sale for offers in the region of £575,000.

Loch Voil

Picture: Stronvar living room, Galbraith

The internal accommodation includes: Open plan entrance hall and dining room with feature multi fuel stove, breakfasting kitchen with door to sun room, living room, utility room, shower room, family room / bedroom 4.

Master bedroom with dressing room and en-suite shower room, double bedroom 2, double bedroom 3, family bathroom and store room.

Loch Voil

Picture: the dining room, Galbraith

The eight plots of land vary in size from 0.43 to 3.48 acres.

For further information please take a look at Galbraith’s website or email scott.holley@galbraithgroup.com

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