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The Scottish Property Centre is delighted to offer this beautifully presented 2 bedroom, 2 reception room bungalow to the market located in the picturesque are of Kames near Tighnabruaich in the Cowal Peninsula. Would make a wonderful retirement cottage or ideal as a holiday get-away.
Struan Darroch is located at the southern end of Kames within walking distance to the local shop and The Kames Hotel it is sited directly opposite the water with great views to the Isle of Bute across the short stretch of water. The property has well-tended front and back gardens with plenty of off road parking and a handy brick built garage to the side. The property consists of a vestibule with double storm doors, spacious hallway with a sitting room to the left which has double aspect windows making full use of the outstanding views, to the right is the main bedroom also with views and built in storage. The second bedroom is to the rear looking out to the well tended garden that attracts a host of wild life and birds, the dining room is to the rear and leads into the spacious conservatory which again leads to the garden. The kitchen is spacious enough for a table and chairs to be sited and it leads to a small utility area and then to the rear porch. The bathroom consists of a bath, toilet, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. The loft is partially floored. The windows are double glazed and the heating is Lpg gas central heating with a storage tank located near the garage. The front garden is mainly laid to grass with an ornamental stone wall surrounding it while the rear garden has an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and flowers.
Kames is a quiet waterside village with good local inns, hotels and first class restaurants famed for their seafood. Dunoon and Rothesay provide wider shopping facilities. Local clubs cater for art, horticultural and craft interests amongst others. The area offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits with fantastic cycling routes and kayaking and is well known for its natural beauty and dramatic scenery. Ever popular with the sailing fraternity, the area has also much to offer wild life enthusiasts; cormorants, herons, guillemots, seals, dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks have all been observed. Sea, river and loch fishing is available in the area. Kames has a nine hole golf course and a tennis court. The world's last sea-going paddle steamer, the Waverley, calls regularly at Tighnabruaich on excursions.
The Kyles of Bute Sailing Club is in the village. The RNLI lifeboat based in the village provides reassurance. Nearby is Portavadie Marina which has had significant investment over the last few years. It is home to many a fine craft, a restaurant, a hotel and self catering accommodation. In addition, there is a new world class spa &leisure facilities in Portavadie Marina.
EPC Rating E
Hall 5'7 x 13'1 ft (1.7m x 3.99m m)
Sitting Room 15'9 x 12'9 ft (4.8m x 3.89m m)
Dining Room 9'4 x 8'2 ft (2.84m x 2.49m m)
Kitchen 12'8 x 10' ft (3.86m x 3.05m m)
Utility/Porch 5'2 x 3' ft (1.57m x 0.91m m)
Conservatory 14'1 x 11'8 ft (4.29m x 3.56m m)
Bedroom 1 15'11 x 12'10 ft (4.85m x 3.91m m)
Bedroom 2 12'9 x 10'2 ft (3.89m x 3.1m m)
Bathroom 9'5 x 6'2 ft (2.87m x 1.88m m)
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