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Duncreggan View is a lovely 2 bedroom cottage nestled in the hillside above Blairmore Pier set in wonderful gardens. Originally built as a study for the former owners of Duncreggan House it has been extended and 2 bedrooms added. A lovely secluded property with a substantial garden.
The property consists of 2 double bedrooms one with ensuite, 2 sitting rooms, with wood burners in each, kitchen, hallway, conservatory and bathroom. The property has a main garden which surrounds the cottage with many trees and shrubs which are in full bloom at the moment, an arched gateway leads into the second part of the garden which has a wild, natural feel to it with a stone cairn and a small pond and pathways meandering through it. There are 2 parking areas and a garage on the lane.
The property is entered via the conservatory which leads into the first of the sitting areas and into the kitchen. From there the property extends to the hallway with a bedroom and bathroom off it then into the second sitting room with the second bedroom with ensuite accessed from it.
Located in the beautiful village of Blairmore within the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park on the shores of Loch Long the property is located parallel to the shore road and access is from Whites Brae which is just before Blairmore Pier, at the top of the brae turn left into Duncreggan Lane and Duncreggan View is the second property on the right. During its second year in the Beautiful Scotland competition, Blairmore Village Trust has continued to bring its enthusiasm and creativity to an impressive number of projects. There is a clear sense of bringing the wider community together and of looking after people. The village was largely built during the Victorian era and has a small wooden pier which dates to 1855.
The much sought after village of Blairmore, on the shores of the Loch Long, is situated within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park and lies approximately 8 miles north of the town of Dunoon. There are nearby amenities such as a primary school, golf club, shop, Post Office, coffee shop, art gallery and hotel with traditional pub. Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and is just over an hours commute from the centre of Glasgow. CalMac Ferries run a passenger service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central, and Western Ferries run a more frequent vehicle service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point. The town has various primary schools, a secondary school, a leisure centre, two supermarkets, a variety of individual shops, restaurants, an 18-hole golf course and cinema.
EPC - E
Conservatory 9'7 x 12'1 ft (2.92m x 3.68m m)
Living Room 11'8 x 17'2 ft (3.56m x 5.23m m)
Kitchen 7'7 x 11'5 ft (2.31m x 3.48m m)
Hall 7'4 x 10'4 ft (2.24m x 3.15m m)
Bathroom 5'8 x 6'3 ft (1.73m x 1.91m m)
Bedroom 2 14'4 x 9'9 ft (4.37m x 2.97m m)
Sitting Room 9'3 x 19'9 ft (2.82m x 6.02m m)
Bedroom 1 9'3 x 11'8 ft (2.82m x 3.56m m)
Ensuite 4'4 x 7'1 ft (1.32m x 2.16m m)
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