£185,000 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 October 2019||£180,000||N/A|
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Traditional stone built maisonette with spectacular views across Tarbert harbour, Loch Fyne and the hills beyond. Centrally located to all the village amenities. Lounge, Kitchen, three double bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property further benefits from a split level rear garden with two raised deck areas giving panoramic views, patio area off the rear door, garden shed, drying green, double glazing, off peak electric heating. Fibre optic broadband and digital television are available.
Lounge 5.8m x 3.1m
Good sized lounge area with ample space for lounge furniture, spectacular views of the harbour and beyond, wall mounted electric fire and laminate flooring.
Kitchen 3.9m x 3.2m
Fully fitted kitchen with matching wall and floor units, laminate flooring, feature under unit lighting, space and plumbing for white goods, views to the rear, storage heater, integrated microwave, dishwasher, oven, hob and hood.
Bedroom one 3.5m x 3.1m
Good sized double bedroom, plenty of cupboard space, laminate flooring and amazing loch views.
Bathroom 2.1m x 1.5m
Modern white three piece suite electric shower in large cubical, WC, WHB with storage beneath, underfloor heating, two vanity cabinets, heated towel rail, tiled flooring and splashbacks.
Very useful office/study space located below the stairs with ample space for office furniture.
Bedroom two 5.2m x 2.8m (at widest points)
Large sized double bedroom with loch views, off peak electric heater, laminate flooring, good size storage cupboard and laminate flooring.
Bedroom three 6.7m x 3.4m
Master double bedroom with dual aspect views to the front over the harbour and hillside to the rear, ample space for bedroom furniture, eaves storage, off peak electric heater and laminate flooring.
Bathroom 3.4m x 1.9m
Modern four piece suite with Jacuzzi bath including mood lighting above, mains powered thermostatic walk in shower , tiled flooring and walls, under floor heating, WC, WHB, heated towel rail, vanity cabinet with power and Velux window.
The current owner has been very clever with the outdoor space and has reinvented what used to be a cliff face and waste land into a lower deck sitting area leading up to a hammock to enjoy the view over the harbour and then onto the raised decking area which looks over the property and gives panoramic views of Tarbert castle, the harbour, loch and the hills beyond. The garden area also has a stone outbuilding and a garden shed both are equipped with power and light.
Located on the Kintyre Way the area is a popular tourist destination, famed for its seafood, and in the summer is host to Scotland's largest sailing regatta - the Scottish Series. There are a number of cafÃ©s and restaurants overlooking the harbour in addition to a supermarket and banking services. Tarbert Academy offers local schooling at nursery, primary and secondary level. There is a short 9-hole golf course in the village and two major golf courses at Machrihanish, including the Machrihanish Links one of the finest links in the country and voted one of the top 50 courses in the UK. For outdoor enthusiasts the area offers numerous walking cycling, fishing, stalking and shooting opportunities. The nearby coves and bays of the Knapdale peninsula are a truly must-be-seen unspoilt area.
There are regular ferry services from Tarbert to the isles of Islay, Jura and Colonsay. There is also a service between Tarbert and Portavadie on the Cowal peninsula which offers an alternative route, via Dunoon, to Glasgow. The ferry terminal at Claonaig to the south provides crossings to the Isle of Arran and there is a daily flight from Machrihanish near Campbeltown to Glasgow.
Lochgilphead offers a variety of amenities and shops including a sports centre and library as well as the main primary and secondary schools. Campbeltown has an extensive range of shops and services including a swimming pool, secondary school and a number of supermarkets. It is famous for whisky; at one time there were 30 distilleries in the town.
City Link run a reliable bus service from Campbeltown to Glasgow.
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