£175,000 Offers over
Nestling in this quiet enclave and commanding magnificent views of the 'Arrochar Alps' and Loch Long, a charming, traditionally built detached cottage.Set within landscaped, well stocked, level gardens the property offers a secure, child-friendly environment and will attract the interest of professionals and retirees alike.The property has been extensively modernised and is conveniently positioned less than 200 yards from Arrochar's parish church, doctors surgery and is around half a mile from the centre of this extraordinarily picturesque village.Complemented by double glazing and oil fired central heating 'Fern Cottage' has been enhanced by the modernisation of its kitchen and bathroom and features traditionally styled 'column' radiators, hard and soft wood finishes, rustic brick fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove, and detached double garage.The accommodation comprises: entrance porch, a 28' lounge / dining room (with windows taking full possession of the wonderful views of Loch Long and surrounding hills), a breakfast room on open plan to the fitted kitchen, a utility room and a family bathroom completes the ground floor. Upstairs leads to two double bedrooms - both with camsail ceilings.The previous owners of Fern Cottage had secured from Argyll &Bute district council planning approval for an all on the level 3 bedroom detached bungalow. This was to be located within the rear garden of the cottage with access via a shared driveway. The potential exists for prospective buyers to re-apply for consent for the additional dwelling (which the previous owners had intended using as a lettable holiday cottage).Fern Cottage is situated around 2 miles from Tarbet primary school and is less than 1.5 miles from Tarbet railway station (which provides services to Glasgow and is on the west-coast main line to Oban - widely regarded as one of the most spectacular train journeys within the British Isles).Positioned on the northern shore of Loch Long the picturesque village of Arrochar forms part of the Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is internationally renowned as an area of outstanding natural beauty.Arrochar, the 2009/2010 Scottish winner of the Calor Village Of The Year award, is located some 2.5 miles from Loch Lomond and offers an extraordinary sense of community. The village provides several hotels and eateries with some venues offering live music. The 3 Villages Community Hall (opened by Prince Charles) provides a focal point for village life. Community health care is well catered for. Loch Long offers first class sailing and fishing opportunities (with the lower reaches accessing the Clyde estuary) and is one of the most popular Scuba Diving locations in Scotland.Sports and recreational facilities are well catered for with hill walking, nature trekking, and sailing, with other recreational pursuits are available within close proximity to the village.
Lounge / dining room 28'2" x 13'9" (8.59m x 4.2m).
Bedroom One 14'5" x 11'9" (4.4m x 3.58m).
Bedroom Two 13' x 13'1" (3.96m x 3.99m).
Breakfast Room 9'6" x 7'3" (2.9m x 2.2m).
Kitchen 12' x 8'2" (3.66m x 2.5m).
Utility 5'6" x 6'2" (1.68m x 1.88m).
Bathroom 8'7" x 5'3" (2.62m x 1.6m).
Porch 7'2" x 8'6" (2.18m x 2.6m).
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