£300,000 Guide price
Substantial stone built family or holiday home including self-contained suite. Situated in the picturesque loch side hamlet of Kenmore, by Inveraray. 3 double bedrooms, lounge, sitting room, gallery/hobby room, dining room, two bathrooms, WC, kitchen and utility room. The property further benefits from a large attached barn offering garage, storage and workshop facilities, double glazing, private parking, off peak electric heating, multifuel stove, loch facing double glazed porch, mains electricity, water and private drainage. Broadband and digital television are available.
Kenmore is located 5 miles south of the historic town of Inveraray. Accessed by a single-track forestry road which takes approximately 15-20 minutes from Inveraray and approximately 10 minutes from the village of Furnace. The perfect place to get away from it all.
The property is located right in the heart of the Argyll countryside with access to the shores of Loch Fyne via two small bays located in the hamlet of Kenmore, yet only a small distance from the town of Inveraray which has many local amenities. There is also a private rear garden with patio area and drying green, car parking and open planned garden to the front leading on to the communal lawned green. This stunning location offers the opportunity to launch boats, to fish off the rocks, to scuba dive in a renowned diving area, and to cycle and walk for miles in the forest. The green is a wonderfully safe playground for children as well as dogs.
Fully double-glazed entrance porch with fantastic views across the green and beyond to Loch Fyne, traditional timber stable door, tiled flooring, wood panelling to the ceiling and ample space for conservatory furniture. The porch has a slate roof that allows this room to be used all year round.
Sitting room 4.7m x 3.4m
Front facing sitting room with fantastic views, solid wood flooring, feature open fire place with oak surround and stone hearth, dual aspect windows to the front and rear, window seat to the front, feature stone wall, storage heater and Sky TV point.
Dining room 4.9m x 3.8m
Dual aspect views to the front and side, multifuel stove and feature fireplace, carpeted and storage heater. Doorway giving access to kitchen and utility room.
Kitchen 5.0m x 1.8m
Good sized country style galley kitchen with matching wall and floor units, inbuilt oven, hob and extractor, tiled flooring and splashbacks, dual aspect views to both sides of the kitchen, storage heater and rear timber stable door giving access to the utility room.
Utility room 4.2m x 1.7m
Utility room located in the rear porch of the property, tiled flooring, double glazed windows, kitchen units, worktops, space and plumbing for white goods. Glazed door giving access to the rear patio and drying green.
Utility/storage room 2.5m x 1.8m
Accessed off the dining room with views to the rear, two cupboards, storage heater, carpeted and small corner sink.
WC 1.6m x 1.5m
Located off the entrance hallway between the sitting room and dining room. White two piece suite, heated towel rail and extractor fan.
Stairs leading to first floor upper landing with storage facilities
Bedroom one 4.1m x 3.8m
Large double bedroom with fantastic loch views, two storage cupboards, carpeted and panel heater.
Family bathroom 3.1m x 2.7m
Ideally located between bedrooms one and two, white four-piece suite with corner bath, electric shower cubical, WC, WHB, heated towel rail, fan heater and loft access.
Bedroom two 4.9m x 3.2m
Good sized double bedroom, inbuilt storage and wardrobes, carpeted, panel heater and fantastic views. Jack and Jill door to bathroom currently used as the master bedroom ensuite.
Bathroom two 3.4m x 1.9m (Jack and Jill to master bedroom)
White three-piece suite with electric shower and screen over bath, WC, WHB, tiled splashback, heated towel rail, fan heater and Velux to the rear.
Bedroom three 4.8m x 4.7m
Ground floor twin bedroom with own access to the green via a traditional timber door, views to the front, storage heater, carpeted, door leading to main sitting room and WC at the front entrance hall. Staircase leading to first floor gallery/lounge and bathroom facilities.
Gallery/lounge 5.0m x 3.0m
First floor gallery/lounge with triple Velux windows allowing panoramic views across Loch Fyne, Jack and Jill bathroom facilities, window seats, feature stone wall, storage heater, downlights and carpeted. Currently used as a gallery/hobby room as part of the main house.
Attached barn/garage 16.1m x 5.0m
Attached stone built building currently used as workshop garage facilities. Possible conversion subject to local planning consent. Currently split into three main areas, workshops/garage with power and light (11.5m x 5.0m), access via double garage doors, cobbled stone floor, work benches and enough storage space for lawnmowers, boats, trailers and more, stairs leading to good sized mezzanine/loft area with power and light. Wood store (5.0m x 4.6m) with own access to the front, cobbled floor, power and light. The garage workshop has recently been reroofed with rubber corrugated sheeting.
The much sought after town of Inveraray, home of the Duke of Argyll, is situated approximately 1 hour west of Glasgow Airport, 45 minutes south of Oban and 30 minutes North of Lochgilphead. The town of Inveraray has the benefit of a primary school, a bank, a post office, Doctor's surgery, 9-hole golf course, a variety of shops including The Courtyard gift shop next door Inveraray Jail tourist attraction, a new larger Co-operative supermarket, a long established family butchers and a leisure club with swimming pool and spa. Inveraray has many places to eat and drink including Brambles bistro and the renowned sea-food restaurant, Samphire.
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