This thriving holiday rental business and architect designed family home is in immaculate, move-in condition.
Planning permission for 6 additional holiday units within the 3.5 acre site is also included.
Situated at the southern edge of the Clackmannanshire town of Alva, THE BOLL presents a truly unique offering of stylish modern architecture and interior design, juxtaposed with a traditional farmhouse cottage and courtyard steading development.
The Boll comprises a courtyard development of three main buildings which form Boll House, the Cottage and the “L-shaped” building housing 4 holiday units all set within landscaped grounds of over 3 ½ acres.
Built in 2000 to an extremely high specification, Boll House provides generously proportioned accommodation including 5 bedrooms, a large open reception hall & sitting room, a dining kitchen, laundry, utility room, office and a large double garage.
The property has been tastefully decorated and maintained to excellent order and is available in truly “walk-in” condition. As would be expected from such a carefully designed house The Boll is double glazed and has under-floor heating throughout in addition to the solid fuel stoves which form a very attractive and welcoming focus in the reception hall.
Beyond the main reception hall, the siting room is an extremely bright and airy room with vaulted ceiling and west-facing glass wall providing exceptional levels of natural light and uninterrupted views over the garden grounds and fields beyond.
The large dining kitchen is fully fitted with bespoke units and a central island and granite worktops. This room also has a lovely outlook to the garden and beyond through the French windows which also provide easy access to the garden terrace outside.
The bright and spacious upper floor includes the family bathroom, large storage cupboards and the master bedroom with its dressing room and en-suite with jacuzzi bath.
The two other large double bedrooms on this level have en-suite shower rooms, built in wardrobes and Juliet balconies.
The Cottage has been converted from the original stone farmhouse and is connected to the main house by way of a single-storey link corridor.
The cottage is laid out over two floors. The ground floor accommodation includes an impressive south-facing, double-height lounge with wood-burning stove, bay window and real wood flooring. This room feels especially airy due to the high ceiling and abundance of natural light.
The dining kitchen has fitted units to both floor and wall levels with an electric hob and integral oven.
The large double bedroom at ground level has a south facing bay window, wood flooring and en-suite shower room.
Access to the upper floor is via a contemporary open-tread staircase leading to a gallery hallway that looks down into the lounge below. This in turn leads to the large twin bedroom with wood flooring and southerly aspect. This bedroom also has an en-suite bathroom with shower over.
The heating system for the Cottage is fired from the boiler contained in the main house but can be controlled independently.