£175,000 Guide price
Well presented 3 bed detached bungalow set on a quiet end of street corner plot and is located in the Kilmory area of town. Ideally located for easy access to the joint campus and local amenities. Three double bedrooms, lounge diner, breakfasting kitchen, family bathroom and WC. The property further benefits from private driveway, large gardens, patio area, two timber sheds, off peak electric heating, double glazing, mains electricity, drainage and water. Fiber optic broadband and digital television are available.
Lounge diner 5.3m x 4.0m
Family lounge diner with fantastic loch views, focal point living flame gas fire, carpeted, storage heater and dual windows.
Kitchen 5.3m x 3.0m
Bright loch facing breakfasting kitchen with space for a small table and chairs, inbuilt electric oven and gas hob, vinyl flooring, space and plumbing for white goods. Rear door giving access to patio area and drying green.
Bedroom One 4.1m x 3.0m
Good sized double bedroom with views to the rear, inbuilt double wardrobe and laminate flooring.
Bedroom Two 4.1m x 2.2m
Rear facing double bedroom with laminate flooring and downlights.
Bedroom Three 4.1m x 2.9m
Double bedroom with inbuilt wardrobe, carpeted and views to the rear.
Bathroom 2.0m x 2.0m
Three piece bathroom suite with electric shower and screen over the bath, WHB, WC, vinyl flooring, heated towel rail and shelving.
WC 1.6m x 1.2m
Bright modern two piece suite with vinyl flooring, WHB and WC.
The bungalow benefits from a large secluded corner plot situated at the end of the street with no through traffic. The grounds have been divided by wooden fencing giving child and pet friendly areas, drying green, two timber garden sheds, private driveway for multiple vehicles and loch facing patio area which catches the afternoon and evening sun.
Lochgilphead has a good variety of amenities such as the local hospital, High School, supermarket, veterinary surgery, post office, major banks, variety of unique local shops and a good selection of eating and drinking hostelries.
The neighbouring town of 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.
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