If you have ever leafed through a trendy design magazine, you will know that certain houses capture the imagination and take your breath away. ‘An Cala’ is that such place – beautiful, stylish, impressive, but at the same time, a fun and functional place in which to live life to the full and to enjoy with friends and family. It has one...
If you have ever leafed through a trendy design magazine, you will know that certain houses capture the imagination and take your breath away. ‘An Cala’ is that such place – beautiful, stylish, impressive, but at the same time, a fun and functional place in which to live life to the full and to enjoy with friends and family. It has one of the most beautiful and iconic positions on the Island and enjoys spectacular and uninterrupted views over Brodick Bay towards Goat Fell. This three-bedroom, the detached villa was imaginatively and individually designed to maximise the stunning location and natural light that pervades this enviable location and was constructed around 1972. It would make a super family/holiday home and has the bonus of a self-contained, one-bedroom annexe (ideal for holiday lets, Airbnb or independent living) that could easily be incorporated into the main house if desired. Internally, the property has been comprehensively modernised in recent years and now offers versatile family accommodation, formed over two substantial levels, with the main living accommodation and balcony on the upper floor - to take in the breathtaking views.
The specification includes oil central heating and double glazing for additional peace of mind and comfort.
Access can be gained into the main house via a connecting door (from the lounge/study) opening into the main entrance hall.
Inside this fantastic home, you will find an inspired and adaptable layout that provides light-filled, spacious luxury. An open, free-flowing approach to internal space ensures that this home combines liveability with highly refined elegance. Once inside this home, you will be able to reach out and touch quality and craftsmanship, no matter what room you are in. The property is surrounded by landscaped gardens, which make the most of the stunning outlook. The rear garden is tiered, and the upper section is mainly laid to lawn. There is a driveway to the front and side aspect, providing off-road parking for numerous vehicles. This leads to a detached, double-width garage, with power and light. With mature trees, shrubs and flower borders in the garden, red squirrels and a host of wild birds, this is a secluded haven!
The subjects are entered via a private entrance vestibule. A door opens from here into a bright, welcoming reception hallway, with a staircase off to the lower landing and a handy storage cupboard. The entire ground floor offers thoughtfully planned accommodation, with three, well-proportioned bedrooms and a spacious family bathroom. The bright and spacious master bedroom is the last word in luxury, with outstanding views towards Goat Fell, and an en-suite shower room. The remaining bedrooms both have space for additional free-standing furniture if required and have use of a contemporary, family bathroom suite.
From the reception hallway, the staircase takes you to the lower landing. Access can be gained from here into the conservatory, which is a great room to just relax and ‘chill’ and offers superb views towards the rear. French doors open from here onto the patio in the rear garden - which is a stunning spot to spend a summer’s evening entertaining and has been used for this purpose on many an occasion.
The upper level is the perfect zone for entertaining - the kitchen/breakfast room opens freely into the living zone - ensuring that the chef is never far away from the party! The kitchen has been fitted to include a good range of floor and wall mounted units, with a striking worktop, providing a fashionable and efficient workspace, which extends into a small breakfasting bar. It further benefits from space for a range cooker, with an integrated hood over. There is further space for a slimline dishwasher and an upright freezer and has the addition of a utility cupboard.
The glazing in the lounge makes the most of the natural ligh
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