£149,000 Offers over
CLOSING DATE SET FOR FRIDAY 12TH MARCH AT 12.00PM
Scottish courtyard mews conversion built in the mid-19th century, situated in the Arrochar Alps area and at the foot of the infamous Ben Arthur, commonly known as the Cobbler. Beinn Nairnan, Beinn Ime are also close by. We are just 200 yards from the banks of Loch Long and about 2 miles from Loch Lomond at Tarbet.
This traditional stone property is located in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and is a perfect base for hill walkers, water sports enthusiasts, explorers and those looking for a west coast home or indeed a 2nd home with a location just 45 minutes from Glasgow and approximately 1 hour 50 minutes from Edinburgh.
Locally there is small convenience store with a pub and a number of eateries including the Village Inn and more upmarket dining and specialist food shopping at the nearby Loch Fyne Oyster Bar which is just a 15 minute drive. Lovely private gardens and superb mountain views, space for 2 cars to park off the road on the driveway and a further private space in the courtyard for a 3rd vehicle. There are fairly frequent buses from Glasgow, the Arrochar/Tarbet train station is close by as is the National Cycle Network Route 7 [the Glasgow to Loch Lomond Cycleway].
The accommodation comprises; small hall, open plan triple aspect kitchen/dining/lounge with large multi-fuel stove, open sky lit stairwell to the upper floor and to complete the downstairs layout there is a 3 piece shower room with a front facing opaque window. Upstairs there are 2 charming bedrooms, both dual aspect and boasting dormer windows and window seats. The electric heating system together with the multi-fuel stove ensure this property is lovely and cosy all year round making this property an ideal home or holiday home investment at the foot of the hills near the loch. This property has provide a second home for the current owner however it has also been operating as a holiday home with annual revenues of circa £20,000. There are future viewings booked should the eventual buyer be interested in this aspect of the property and the opportunity that it brings.
The fast weather makes sure that the landscape never looks the same twice and this beautiful location is enjoyable all year round as well as benefitting from other fabulous nearby destinations which are easily reached from this Argyll coast location situated firmly in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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