Bright and modern barn conversion on the Isle of Arran, just along the coast from the bustling harbourside village of Blackwaterfoot.
Converted from the original byre in 2015, this stylish and welcoming home is in the perfect location for a peaceful family break. Found in the sleepy hamlet of Corriecravie, you can step out of the front door and explore with plenty of walks, hikes, attractions and pristine beaches close by. Despite its secluded setting, you can find groceries, restaurants and a pub in nearby Blackwaterfoot (4 miles), providing everything you could need for a comfortable and enjoyable escape.
Reverse-level living allows this two-storey home to make the most of its incredible location, with breathtaking views across the Firth of Clyde towards the Kintyre Peninsula. With soft muted tones and a minimalist style, the property has a homely and welcoming aesthetic that exudes light and space.
Enter through the porch and find yourself in an airy hallway, with a staircase inviting you to the focal point of the home. But first head up the three steps into the simple and modern master bedroom, off which you will find an en-suite shower room. Two further comfortable bedrooms can be found on the ground floor - one double and one twin - as well as a bathroom with shower over the bath.
But it’s the open-plan kitchen/diner/lounge that is the focal point of this property, providing a wonderfully social space in which to relax and enjoy each other’s company. The room stretches the width of the house, with large windows letting the light flood in and providing those enviable views from almost every angle. Curl up in front of the TV after an exhausting day exploring, cook up a feast in the fully-equipped kitchen, and dine at the table as you savour the view.
Step outside and take a seat at the patio table, breathing in the fresh island air. It’s a great spot for an al fresco dinner or for enjoying your breakfast as you plan the day’s adventures. Parking is available at the property.