£230,000 Guide price
Bespoke modern 4-bedroom detached bungalow in the rural village of Ford, within short distance of the picturesque Loch Awe. Front entrance porch, utility room, bathroom, 4 double bedrooms one with en suite facilities, kitchen, study, lounge and sun room. The property further benefits from double glazing, private driveway, large double garage with electric doors, large family garden and off peak electric heating. Broadband and Sky TV are available.
Ideal space for coat hanging and shoe/boot storage, access to the loft, leading to fully tiled inner hallway with storage heater and a substantial size storage cupboard.
Lounge 3.9m x 6m
Large lounge, the focal point is slate hearth wood burning stove with oak mantle and metal guard, TV point, phone point, dual aspect views to the front and the rear, ample space for lounge furniture and double French doors leading to sun room.
Kitchen 4.1m x 3.3m
Laminate flooring, traditional wooden wall and floor units with tiled splashback, views to the front, inbuilt fridge freezer, oven, hob and extractor fan included, storage heater, ample space for breakfast table and chairs.
Sun room/dining room 5m x 2.6m
Tiled flooring, views to the front, rear and side, panel heater, ample space for furniture, double French doors to the lounge and double glazed side door giving access to the garden.
Utility room 2.7m x 2.3m
Kitchen style for unit with Belfast sink and storage beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine, laminate flooring.
Bathroom 3m x 2.3m
Large 4 piece bathroom with bath and traditional mixer shower, spacious enclosed double shower with shower curtain and tiled walls, heated towel rail, light above mirror with shaving point, vinyl flooring and fan heater.
Bedroom one 3m x 3.4m
Good sized double bedroom with views to the side, panel heater and neutral décor.
Bedroom two 4.3m x 3m
Large double bedroom, views to the rear, spacious double inbuilt wardrobe, panel heater and TV point.
Bedroom three 3.2m x 3.3m
Good sized double bedroom, south facing views, neutral décor and panel heater.
Master bedroom 3.3m x 3.6m
South facing views over the garden, large double inbuilt wardrobe, TV point, phone point, panel heater and ensuite facilities.
Ensuite 1.2m x 2.6m
Electric double shower enclosure, partial tiled walls with splashback, vinyl flooring, heated towel rail, light over mirror with shaving point, fan heater and fitted blind.
Study 3.4m x 1.9m
Views to the front, phone point, panel heater, neutral décor.
Large garden with pond to the rear of the property, private gated driveway, Block and render double garage (6.1m x 6.2m) concrete floor base, electric doors, power and light. Patio and BBQ area in the back garden.
The village originated as a stopping point on the drove route to Inveraray, but it eventually gained a church, school, blacksmith, and a village shop, the latter three of which are no longer open. The start of Loch Awe is a great spot for Pike fishing and seeing the wonderful wildlife that is in the local area. Several standing stones are scattered around the area, the three most notable ones being the one in the field next to the guest house, there is also a crannog present and it is clearly visible from the road. The slightly bigger village of Kilmartin is about a 5-minute drive away which has a church, hotel, pub, museum and café. Lochgilphead is 8 miles further south of Kilmartin which has bigger amenities such as numerous cafes, pubs, restaurants, hotels, high school, supermarket, Tesco express, dentist, hospital, opticians, vets and many more.
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