£160,000 Offers over
Scot House Move present to market this stunning two-bedroom ground floor conversion situated in the popular village of Strathyre. The accommodation comprises of lounge, dining kitchen, conservatory, two bedrooms, bathroom and shower room. Property has oil-fired central heating and double glazing.
The flat is situated on the lower floor of a traditional stone built villa with many original features. The entrance vestibule and welcoming hallway provide access to the spacious accommodation.
The naturally bright lounge with wooden flooring and multi-fuel stove has a large bay window with outlook onto river and hills, a window seat with storage cupboards under and original wooden shutters.
The large master bedroom has solid maple wooden flooring, original recessed storage, window seat with storage and original shutters, fitted wardrobes and ample space for free-standing bedroom furniture. A second double bedroom to the rear of the property has wooden flooring and original window shutters.
The generous dining kitchen has an excellent selection of floor and wall-mounted units. It has an integrated gas hob, electric oven and island with double kitchen sink complemented by granite effect work surfaces, ceramic tiling, large walk-in pantry for storage and laminate flooring.
Leading from the kitchen is the bright conservatory currently used as a dining room; this is a flexible space which can accommodate a range of furniture. It has ceramic tile flooring and rear door into the garden.
Completing the internal accommodation is the bathroom and shower room. The modern bathroom has a white three-piece suite complemented by fitted under-sink units, over-bath shower, heated towel rail and laminate flooring. Next to the bathroom is the shower room comprising power shower with enclosed cubicle, basin with fitted vanity unit, ceramic tile flooring and heated towel rail.
Externally the property has a stunning fully enclosed rear garden; a patio with cedar-framed greenhouse directly to the rear and stone steps to the upper level which is set to grass, flower beds and shrubs; it is an excellent space with double-glazed, insulated garden room with lighting and power, and decked area. The garden gives directly onto forestry via a gate at the rear. The front of the property offers off-road parking for two vehicles with a private stone staircase leading up to the front door.
Strathyre is situated within the Trossachs National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty with many options for outdoor activity. National Cycle Route 7 and the Rob Roy Way both run through the village and the main A84 trunk road allows access to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Glencoe ski resort all within an hour drive. The village has 3 hotels, shop/post office, café and primary school.
The Energy Efficiency Rating is Band E
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Property Ref: SCT160553
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