£150,000 Offers over
Substantial family home set on a large elevated plot with partial loch views and good size gardens. Three double bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge and dining room. The property further benefits from a private driveway, double glazing, floored loft area, off peak electric heating, greenhouse, garden sheds, mains electricity, drainage and water. Digital television and fibre broadband are available. Well located within the village with the local primary school cafes, bars, post office and shops just a few minutes walk away.
Glazed timber entrance porch with space for conservatory seating.
Lounge 4.0m x 3.6m
Bright family lounge located off the dining room area. Loch views, dual aspect windows, carpeted, electric focal fire and storage heating.
Dining room 4.4m x 3.7m
Open plan to the lounge area and located off the kitchen. Carpeted, rear views, storage heating and ample space for freestanding dining furniture.
Kitchen 4.9m x 1.9m
Good size galley style kitchen with three widows to the side and front garden. Matching floor and wall units, carpeted, storage heating. Space and plumbing for white goods.
Shower room 2.1m x 2.1m
Ground floor shower room with electric shower cubicle, WC and WHB. Tiled walls and carpeted flooring.
Bedroom one 3.6m x 3.4m
Good size double bedroom with views to the rear. Inbuilt double wardrobes, carpeted and panel heater.
Bedroom two 3.9m x 2.6m
Double bedroom with good views over Loch Fyne, carpeted, inbuilt double wardrobes and panel heater.
Bedroom three 2.8m x 2.1m
Loch facing bedroom, carpeted and panel heater.
Floored loft area 5.5m x 5.0m
Velux windows to the front and rear.
The property benefits from some great outdoor space and partial views of Loch Fyne. Large lawn garden, greenhouse, garden sheds, private driveway, drying green, patio area and mixture of mature plants and hedges.
Facilities in Ardrishaig include a modern primary school, post office, 2 general stores, beauty salon/hairdressers, hotels, and bars/restaurants.
Ardrishaig sits on Loch Fyne at the eastern end of the Crinan Canal which provides a link for yachts and small motor craft to the popular sailing waters off the west coast of Scotland and around the Hebrides. Loch Fyne itself opens out into the Firth of Clyde. Other outdoor pursuits in the area include a bowling club, tennis court, fishing, hill walking, mountain biking, horse riding and climbing. The ferries to the islands of Arran, Islay and Gigha are just a short drive away.
Various local events are held throughout the year.
Lochgilphead, two miles away, also has excellent local amenities which include a wide range of shops, banks, garages, a sports centre, vets, opticians, dentists, a hospital and a new high school
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