£99,995 Offers over
Spacious second floor flat located in the town centre yards away from all the shops and amenities. Lounge, kitchen/diner, three double bedrooms and family bathrooms. The property further benefits from solid fuel central heating, coal cellar at the top of the stairs adjacent to the flat door, sash and case windows, garden area with summer house and good-sized outbuilding. The whole building has recently went through a government backed renovation project including new render, significant roof repairs, slate window cills, chimney head render and flashings. The whole building block refurb cost was approximately £250,000. Mains electricity, water and drainage. Digital television and fibre optic broadband available.
Lounge 4.5m x 4.1m
Large family lounge with glazed door leading to the kitchen diner, new exposed floorboards, Raeburn enclosed fire with back boiler, central heating radiator, TV point and views to the front.
Kitchen/diner 4.0m x 3.6m
Good-sized kitchen diner with traditional pine wall and floor units, laminate flooring, downlights, central heating radiator, space and plumbing for white goods and dining furniture area.
Bedroom one 4.1m x 3.4m
Large double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted, central heating radiator ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 3.0m x 2.2m
Double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted and central heating radiator.
Bedroom three 4.0m x 3.4m
Good-sized double bedroom with views of the bell tower to the rear, carpeted, central heating radiator and space for bedroom furniture.
Bathroom 2.6m x 1.7m
Well-presented traditional style. Rolltop bath with handheld mixer tap, sink with vanity unity below, WC, traditional radiator with towel attachment.
The apartment benefits from a dedicated area of garden and good size stone outbuilding across the lane from the apartments. Easy access to the towns amenities, shore side and the front green.
The much sought after town of Inveraray, Home of the Duke of Argyll, is situated approximately 1 hour west of Glasgow Airport and 45 minutes south of Oban. The main shopping area in Inveraray is in the main street and it’s always packed full of locals and tourists all mixing together. The town of Inveraray has the benefit of a primary school, 2 banks, a post office, doctor’s surgery, 9 hole golf course, a variety of shops including a long established family butchers, leisure club with swimming pool and spa. Inveraray has many places to eat and drink including the newly opened Indian restaurant and takeaway.
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