£250,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|14 December 2012||£233,567||N/A|
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HouseSimple is pleased to present this realistically priced detached house in Southend, Argyll. Rarely is such flexible accommodation offered in a peaceful location. It will appeal to growing families, those seeking a quiet retreat, or those wishing to host guests.
Glenburn is a spacious modern detached dwelling house which sits in a quiet rural location within farmland and boasts glorious views over open countryside to the sea, making it ideal for Weather Watchers and star-gazers. The property offers bright and flexible accommodation, in walk-in condition.
The ground floor comprises a porch, hall, large double aspect lounge, family room, fitted dining kitchen with patio doors to the garden, and utility room off, master bedroom with en-suite shower room, dining room (or bedroom 4) and large family bathroom. Upstairs two further large bedrooms (both with views to the sea, one to Ayrshire, the other to Northern Ireland), TV lounge and shower room complete the accommodation. All rooms are in immaculate decorative order.
Outside, Glenburn sits in a plot of just under one acre of easily maintained garden, mostly laid to grass. Raised beds and a greenhouse, along with the mild climate, provide successful growing spaces for vegetables and tomatoes. The large gravelled driveway provides ample parking for several cars. The substantial garage / workshop (9m x 5.7m), separated by a fence from the main garden is accessible via its own gate and hard standing, and provides ideal storage or workspace, with the potential for a number of uses subject to the appropriate consents.
The coastal village of Southend, just 2 miles away, offers beaches, a primary school (with school bus passing Glenburn), church, health centre, post office, hotel, new village hall with many active organisations, Dunaverty 18 hole golf course and the popular, award-winning Muneroy Tearoom and stores.
Twenty minutes away is Campbeltown, with a choice of supermarkets, secondary school, swimming pool, hospital and many hotels and restaurants, benefitting from the town’s whisky heritage. The recently restored art-deco cinema shows all the latest releases as well as live theatre performances from London venues. For those who want to benefit from the best offers while living off the beaten track, a local business drives weekly to Glasgow to collect online shopping, everything from ASDA orders to large household items.
Campbeltown Airport offers a twice-daily service to Glasgow International airport during the week, with flights taking around 25 minutes. In summer, a vehicle ferry service operates between Campbeltown and Ardrossan, while a passenger ferry operates to Northern Ireland, just 12 miles away.
The Kintyre peninsula is known for its scenery and sporting opportunities including sailing and surfing, along with golf at the world famous Machrihanish championship course.
The single survey for Glenburn is available from HouseSimple or can be downloaded from One Survey
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