£115,000 Fixed price
Modern semi detached family home located in a child friendly cul de sac. 2 double bedrooms, family lounge, breakfasting kitchen and bathroom. The property further benefits from private driveway, double glazing, off peak storage heating, private front and rear gardens, mains electricity, drainage and water. Broadband and digital television are available.
Option to part own 71 % of the property price (£81,650) through Fyne Homes with no additional rent to pay on the remainder.
Lounge 4.0m x 3.8m
Bright spacious lounge with ample space for furniture and family living. Views to the front, laminate flooring, freshly decorated, and storage cupboard under the stairs.
Kitchen 4.8m x 2.9m
Modern fitted breakfasting kitchen with access to the rear garden, patio and drying green. Vinyl flooring, views to the rear, space and plumbing for white goods.
Very handy ground floor WC located off the kitchen. White two piece suite with vinyl flooring.
Bedroom one 3.8m x 2.8m
Large double bedroom with views to the front of the property. Carpeted flooring, storage cupboard and panel heater.
Bedroom two 3.5m x 2.8m
Good size double bedroom with views to the rear of the property. Inbuilt double wardrobe, carpeted flooring, panel heater and TV point.
Bathroom 1.9m x x1.9m
White three piece bathroom suite with electric shower over the bath. Vinyl flooring and panel heater.
The property benefits from a private driveway, front lawned garden, rear garden with patio area, drying area and timber shed. There is a small factoring charge for maintenance of communal areas and this also includes building insurance for the property.
The property is only 2 minute walk from the local swimming and Crinan Canal tow path. 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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