£155,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 April 2004||£150,000||N/A|
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Set within a quiet and secluded location a mile from the centre of Brodick, in the beautiful Glencloy valley, is this immaculate one bedroom, end-terrace cottage, which was constructed in 2010 on the site of a former milking parlour. It's currently being used as luxury self-catering accommodation, but would equally make for a wonderful main residence or holiday home. The location of the cottage is ideally placed for exploring the Island and is close to bars, restaurants and the facilities of Brodick, including the beach at Brodick Bay, the golf course and half a mile from the stunning facilities of the Auchrannie Hotel. The property has been well designed to maximise the natural available light, creating a modern ambience, with interesting views from each and every window. Room dimensions are generous and the open-plan accommodation has been arranged to offer flexibility and a high level of individuality, with the added bonus of two bathrooms. In more detail the accommodation consists of a welcoming entrance hall with a useful storage cupboard. Access can be gained from here to the open-plan lounge/diner/kitchen, which is well proportioned, is bright and airy with a picture window to the front aspect offering a tremendous outlook, flooding the room with natural light. There is room in this zone for a table and chairs for more informal dining with friends and family. The open-plan kitchen has been fitted to include a good range of contemporary floor and wall mounted units with a complementary worktop. It further benefits a range cooker and a Belfast sink. There is space for a washing machine and a under-counter fridge. A good sized family bathroom (off the hallway) completes the ground floor accommodation. Access to the first floor is gained from the lounge/diner/kitchen to the cosy master bedroom, which also enjoys a pleasant outlook and benefits from a charming window seat, storage facilities and a convenient en-suite bathroom. Further features include LPG central heating and double glazing for additional comfort. Externally, the property benefits from private grounds to the front and a patio to the side aspect, the perfect spot to send a lazy summer's day. There is the added bonus of a summer house (with power &water supply) and parking is available to the front aspect.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01292 430 555
McEwan Fraser Legal are open 7 days a week: 8am - Midnight Monday to Friday &9am - 10pm Saturday &Sunday to book your viewing appointment.Trade: We are advised that trading accounts are available to all interested parties. Fixtures and Fittings: A full inventory will be completed to detail all personal items excluded from the sale or items subject to a lease. Website: The present owner has already publicised the establishment, locally, nationally and internationally at www.cottageguide.co.uk. This means that anyone wishing to continue operating as a self-catering business, will âhit the ground running' as they will have immediate income/bookings at their disposal. Price: The price will be complete with goodwill and trade contents but excludes personal items. Stock at valuation. Viewing: All viewings must be arranged through McEwan Fraser Legal.
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