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Well presented 3 bed detached bungalow set in a large plot with off street parking. Lounge/diner, 3 double bedrooms, kitchen and family bathroom. The property further benefits from double glazing, off peak electric heating, large elevated sun deck, parking for 3 cars, large garden, mains electricity, drainage and water. Broadband and digital television are available.
Entrance porch with storage, heating and laminate flooring. Leads to entrance hallway with laminate flooring continuing, storage heating and double cupboard space.
Lounge/diner 6.1m x 3.5m
Bright welcoming lounge/diner with patio doors leading out on to the raised deck and on to the rear garden. Laminate flooring, storage heating, TV point and dining area window overlooking the rear garden. Ample space for lounge and dining furniture.
Kitchen 3.7m x 3.4m
Rear garden facing modern kitchen with beech effect fitted wall and floor units, vinyl flooring, storage heater, inbuilt oven, hob and extractor hood. Space and plumbing for white goods.
Bedroom one 3.5mx 3.3m
Good size double bedroom with inbuilt wardrobes, panel heater, carpeted and freshly decorated.
Bedroom two 3.5mx 2.7m
Double bedroom with inbuilt wardrobes, panel heater, carpeted and freshly decorated.
Bedroom three 3.5m x 2.7m
Twin bedroom with panel heater, carpeted and freshly decorated.
Bathroom 2.2m x 1.9m
White three piece suite with mains power shower and screen over the bath, WHB and W.C. Panel heater, vinyl flooring, feature mirror and glass shelve above the WHB.
The property is set in a rural location and benefits from fantastic garden space with countryside views, raised decking, patio area and drying green. Mono bloc driveway for multiple vehicles.
The bungalow is located just a short walk from the Crinan Canal. Opened in 1801, the canal stretches nine miles, from Ardrishaig on Loch Fyne to Crinan on the Sound of Jura, and provides a shortcut from the Firth of Clyde to the Western Isles. There are 15 locks in the nine mile stretch of water and every year between 2,000 and 3,000 vessels, mostly pleasure craft, use the canal. Four of the locks are at Cairnbaan and it is at this point that the canal reaches its summit of 68 feet above sea level. Moorings are offered on the canal and the established boating centres of Crinan, Tayvallich, Ardfern and Craobh Haven are all within easy reach. Cairnbaan is not only notable for its breath taking scenery but also for the Cairnbaan Hotel and Crinan Hotel which take full advantage of this wonderful scenery.
Lochgilphead (3 miles) is the main centre of mid Argyll and offers a variety of amenities and shops including a sports centre, hospital, library and the main primary and secondary schools. The headquarters of Argyll and Bute Council are also in Lochgilphead. The surrounding area offers some of Scotland's prettiest walks, pre-historic sites in Kilmartin Glen, challenging climbing, excellent fishing and, of course, testing sailing waters.
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