£150,000 Offers over
Rarely available stone built cottage previously run as a very successful holiday let. Would also make a great 2nd/holiday home. Open plan lounge/dining/kitchen, 3 bedrooms, conservatory, family bathroom, WC and utility area. The property further benefits from oil central heating, double glazing, off street parking, front and rear gardens, original features, mains water, drainage and electricity. Digital television and broadband are available.
Entrance porch 2.0m x 1.9m
Entrance porch with utility area, tiled floor, window to side, space and plumbing for white goods, tiled splash backs and free-standing aluminium sink.
Lounge/diner 5.9m x 4.3m (at widest point)
Open plan lounge/diner located off the kitchen and leading to the conservatory. Tiled floor, window to the rear, two central heating radiators, TV and broadband points, ample space for lounge and dining furniture. Spiral staircase leading to the first floor bedrooms.
Kitchen 4.3m x 3.5m
Open plan kitchen leading to lounge/diner. Ivory wall and floor units, twin ceramic sink, breakfast bar, electric cooker, extractor hood, space for fridge freezer, dual aspect views to the front and rear.
Bathroom 2.7m x 1.7m
Modern white three-piece suite with electric shower and screen over the bath, WC, WHB, central heating radiator, tiled flooring and splashbacks.
Conservatory 4.4m x 4.0m
Large additional living space that leads out onto the rear garden. Central heating radiator, feature lower stone walls, power and light.
Upper landing with two piece WC and storage
Bedroom one 4.4m x 2.1m
Double bedroom with Velux to the rear, carpeted, central heating radiator and ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 5.5m x 2.1m
Twin bedroom with large Velux window to the front and picture window to the side. Carpeted and central heated.
Bedroom three 3.9m x 2.1m
Small double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted and central heated.
The cottage benefits from some great outdoor space with private front and rear gardens, off street parking, drying green, patio and BBQ area. A stream runs by the boundary of the property to add to the peaceful charm of the cottage.
Furnace is well located between the 2 main towns of Inveraray and Lochgilphead. There is a local shop with post office, primary school, Doctors surgery with dentist and good bus links to Glasgow.
8 miles away is the much sought after town of Inveraray, home of the Duke of Argyll, is situated approximately 1 hour west of Glasgow Airport, 45 minutes south of Oban and 30 minutes North of Lochgilphead. The town of Inveraray has the benefit of a primary school, a bank, a post office, Doctor's surgery, 9 hole golf course, a variety of independent shops including The Courtyard gift shop next door Inveraray Jail tourist attraction, a new larger Co-operative supermarket, a long established family butchers and a leisure club with swimming pool and spa. Inveraray has many places to eat and drink including Brambles bistro and the renowned sea-food restaurant, Samphire
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