A holiday lodge overlooking the world famous Loch Lomond has gone on sale for a record price of offers over £500,000.
Photo above - The Omar Heritage Lodge from above. Photo by Jamie Brown Films
Omar Heritage Lodge includes a state of the art kitchen, floor to ceiling glass walls that look out over the water in the middle of the beautiful Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, and a private garden for entertaining.
It is surrounded by stunning scenery and a rich past. This area has played host to some of the most famous names in history including St Kessog - Scotland’s first patron saint; the hero of Bannockburn, King Robert, The Bruce; and the notorious outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor.
There is an abundance of outdoor activities on the doorstep, including kayaking, sailing, paddle boarding and much more on the loch. Those who prefer to keep their feet dry can walk the surrounding hills for miles and even climb a Munro. Others can indulge in mountain biking, wildlife spotting, and explore neighbouring picturesque communities such as Luss, Inveraray or Helensburgh.
“Every aspect of this holiday home has been designed with luxury and style in mind creating one of the most exclusive lodges available in Scotland,” said Gordon Walker, who is handling the sale.
“This property offers a fantastic opportunity for those seeking a holiday home in a truly stunning location.
“As lodges of this style don’t come up for sale that often we expect it to attract a number of interested parties from domestic as well as overseas buyers.”