£250,000 Offers over
Part-Exchange available and chain free! McEwan Fraser Legal is absolutely delighted to present this magnificent 19th-century farmhouse to the residential sales market. This wonderful family home forms the centre piece of a small community centred around the farmhouse and its attached steadings which have been converted for residential use. To the front, you will enjoy panoramic views over the Holy Loch and rolling Argyll Hills which are sure to inspire if you catch them at sunrise. Situated in mature grounds with off-street parking for at least three vehicles, the house also comes complete with a paddock extending to around three-quarters of an acre accompanied by two spacious storage sheds. This superb property, has been substantially upgraded and modernised by the current owners and is waiting for the next chapter in what is already a long and distinguished history. As you enter the spacious hallway, the first thing you will notice is the superb oak flooring which runs through the majority of the ground floor. You find a large kitchen breakfast room on your right. Finished in a farmhouse style and admirably suited to the property, the kitchen comprises a range of base and wall mounted units, accommodates a small table and has space for an optional sofa. There is real potential for this to become the heart of the home. The central island unit has the sink and draining board, there is a large Rangemaster cooker, two freestanding fridge/freezers and a dishwasher, with the potential of being included. Opposite the kitchen, is the main reception room. This is a superb dual aspect room which really capitalises on the available natural light. The room is focused towards a working gas fire, with a warm, cosy feel for those long winter nights. It may be possible to re-open the fireplace to accommodate an open fire or wood burner. Heading further back, an office is available that comes complete with integrated desks. A great utility room with plenty space for washing machine and tumble dryer. A ground floor shower room with walk-in double shower and WC. Ground floor accommodation is completed by a later extension which would make an ideal dining room or fourth double bedroom. The more modern extension to the rear of the property has the potential to be converted into a self-contained studio flat. To the rear is the communal courtyard with plenty of room for a large table and chairs outside the patio doors. Climbing the stairs, you find a beautiful master bedroom with views over the Holy Loch. The room boasts a lovely en-suite shower room, giving you that bit of privacy from a rowdy family, and has plenty of space for a range of free standing furniture. The second bedroom is a good double with built-in wardrobes. The final bedroom is also well proportioned double bedroom. Internal accommodation is completed by a generous family bathroom with a real luxury feel. The suite comprises a large bath, walk-in shower, hand basin, WC and heated towel rail. The house has been heavily renovated by the current owners and this involved re-wiring, re-plumbing and roofing work. The property is double glazed and insulated alongside gas central heating which utilises an underground storage tank. This property has excellent potential as a family home and must be viewed to be fully appreciated.
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