£160,000 Offers over
£15,000 below home report Stunning loch views in the hamlet of Inverneil. Traditional built double brick construction. The property has a good-sized garden and large windows to make the most of the spectacular views of Loch Gilp and beyond. Kitchen, lounge/diner, 3 bedrooms one with en suite, bathroom and large floored loft space which could be converted to a fourth bedroom, study or games room. The property further benefits from double glazing, LPG central heating, private parking for multiple cars, detached garage, car port, patio and BBQ area. Broadband and digital television are available.
Kitchen 4.3m x 3.5m
Plumbed for white goods, matching white wall and floor units, three inbuilt storage cupboards, tiled splashbacks and views to the rear.
Lounge/diner 5.6m x 7.1m
Good sized lounge/diner with ample space for lounge and dining furniture, radiator, TV and phone points, gas focal fire place and picturesque loch views through the full height patio doors.
Bathroom 3m x 1.7m
White three piece suite, partially tiled walls, radiator, mirror, vanity cabinet, electric shower over the bath with shower screen, WHB and WC.
Bedroom one 3m x 2.6m
Double bedroom, carpeted, views to the rear, radiator, sink and shaving point.
Bedroom two 4m x 2.7m
Good sized double bedroom, carpeted, radiator, inbuilt wardrobe and views to the rear.
Master bedroom 4.4m x 3.2m
Large double bedroom with en suite facilities, carpeted, phone, TV point, radiator, inbuilt wardrobe and amazing loch views.
Ensuite 1m x 2m
Electric shower cubical, WHB, WC, shaving point, radiator and tiled splashbacks.
Loft 12.3m x 2.7m
Fully floored loft area with stunning views of the loch, Velux windows, two storage cupboards and carpeted. A great open space with structural work to the roof been completed. Ready for conversion of your choice.
The property has good outdoor space, rear stoned driveway with car parking for numerous cars, detached garage with power and light, carport, small flower bed area and is enclosed by a gate and fence. The front garden is mainly laid to grass, flower beds and a loch facing patio and BBQ area where you can sit and enjoy the extraordinary loch views.
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