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Situated in a most tranquil and secluded location near Ardlamont Point is this detached, traditional stone built Farmhouse set amidst approx. 1 hectare of land with stunning views across the Firth of Clyde to 3 Islands, Bute, Inchmarnock and Arran. Glenahuil was built approx. 150 yrs ago and comprises of a lounge, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, 3 double bedrooms, bathroom and a shower room, outside there are outbuildings including an old byre, calf shed and a small barn which could be further developed with the relevant planning consents being granted. The property benefits from double glazing, electric heating and has a spring fed water supply with a septic tank for drainage. Glenahuil is brimming with charm and character and would make an ideal holiday home or permanent residence for someone looking to live the quiet life.
Glenahuil is located approx. 4.5 miles from the village of Kames near Tighnabruaich, just North of Ardlamont Point along a single track road, the last 0.5 miles being along a gravel farm track.
Tighnabruaich is one of the most beautiful villages in the West of Scotland, nestled in the Kyles of Bute which is the passage between the villages of Tighnabruaich and Kames on the mainland of Argyll, and the north end of the Isle of Bute in the Firth of Clyde. Tighnabruaich is a Gaelic name meaning "the house on the hill". Aptly named, as the steep hills rising above the shoreline have many "houses on the hill" which on a clear day command great views of Bute, Arran and the Ayrshire coast. Ideally situated for the outdoor enthusiast with activities such as golf, sailing, shinty, scuba diving, canoeing, cycling, angling and walking all available. The village enjoys a community spirit with fine restaurants, friendly pubs, a bank, an Art Gallery, a Spar shop and a Yacht Club.
Entrance Vestibule 1.25m x 1.55m approx.
Entry into the property is via a UPVC door with a glazed panel which leads into the entrance vestibule. A window offers fabulous views across the Firth of Clyde, there is laminate flooring and pine panelling on the walls.
Hallway 2.10m x 1.70m approx.
A solid wood door with a glazed panel leads from the entrance vestibule into the hallway which has solid wood flooring, 3 doors lead off to the accommodation and there is a wall mounted electric storage heater.
Lounge 5.10m x 3.55m approx.
Situated to the front of the property and with a large window to enjoy the excellent views from is the lounge. An open fire with a tiled surround provides a focal point to the room and there is the addition of a wall mounted electric heater for extra warmth. The same solid wood flooring continues in from the hallway and a door leads through into the sunroom.
Sun Room 3.30m x 3.25m approx.
This bright and airy room is a great benefit to the property and with windows to the front and side it enjoys the same fabulous views. Sliding patio doors open onto the garden ground to the side, there are two electric heaters and the floor is tiled. A doorway leads through to a large walk in storage cupboard which also houses the electric meter and circuit boards with another door leading into a shower room.
Shower Room 2.25m x 2.35m approx.
The partially tiled shower room is fitted with a white suite comprising a W.C, wash hand basin and a corner shower cubicle with an electric shower. The floor is tiled and there is an extractor fan.
Bathroom 3.20m x 2.05m approx.
Situated off of the hallway is the family bathroom which is fitted with a blue suite comprising a W.C, wash hand basin and a bath. There is pine panelling on the walls with tiles around the bath area and the same solid wood floor continues in from the hallway.
Dining Room 5.15m x 3.95m approx.
Dual aspect windows flood the dining room with natural light and the window to the front enjoys the same stunning views. The solid wood flooring is continued in from the hallway and the stairs rise from here to the upper level accommodation. A large cupboard underneath the stairwell provides storage and there is also a recessed pantry style cupboard. A door leads through into the kitchen.
Kitchen 5.30m x 2.60m approx.
The kitchen also enjoys dual aspect windows making it a bright and airy room. There is a range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces and an electric hob with built in oven and there is space for a fridge and a fridge freezer. The walls have pine panelling and there is laminate flooring. A large cupboard houses the hot water tank and a solid UPVC door leads out to a paved area to the side of the property.
Upper Landing 3.95m x 0.95m approx.
All of the upper accommodation is accessed from this long upper landing which has built in storage cupboards under the eaves, a velux window allows natural light in and the floor is carpeted.
Bedroom 1 5.20m x 2.90m approx.
A large double bedroom with a window overlooking the field to the side and a velux window in the cam ceiling. The floor is carpeted and there is an electric heater.
Bedroom 2 5.20m x 2.80m approx.
Another large double bedroom with a window offering sea views to the side and a velux window in the cam ceiling. There is an electric heater and the floor is carpeted.
Bedroom 3 3.40m x 2.70m approx.
Situated to the rear of the property is a good sized double bedroom with an electric heater and carpeted flooring.
Glenahuil sits amidst approx. 1 Hectare of land with outbuildings comprising of a small barn, a calf shed and an old byre which could be further developed with the relevant planning permissions being granted.
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