£240,000 Guide price
Well presented, modern family home located in the picturesque rural village of Kilmelford. The Glebe is a well-established development of contemporary dwellings, conveniently located close to all the amenities the village has to offer. Hall, lounge, sunroom/dining room, kitchen/diner, family bathroom, master bedroom with en-suite and 3 further double bedrooms. The property further benefits from multi-fuel stove central heating, double glazing, large driveway, easily managed front and rear gardens, with a combination of gravel, lawned and decked areas and timber decks, wood stores, pergolas and metal sheds. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Ramped pathway leading to front door porch with storage. Glazed door to inner hallway with 2 storage cupboards, carpeted and heating. Loft access in the central hall. Measure 7.1m x 1.0m
Lounge 5.7m x 5m
Bright, spacious triple aspect lounge, carpeted, ample space for lounge and dining furniture. TV point and carpeted.
Kitchen/Dinner 5.7m x 4.7m x 3.1m
Multi-fuel stove with traditional farm style seating area, laminate flooring and sliding patio doors out the sunroom, with curtains for privacy. Centre Island with 5 ring gas hob and storage space underneath for pots and pans. Purple gloss units, composite one and a half bowl sink and feature tap. Tinted window to the sunroom. Spotlights, extractor fan, feature wall lighting. Heated towel rail. Ample space for breakfasting furniture.
Utility Room 2.4m x 1.6m
A curtain separates the utility room from the kitchen. Space and plumbing for white goods. Wall and floor units and a side door, which leads to the side garden. Tiled floors and coat hanging spaces.
Dining/Sunroom 4.8m x 3.3m
Accessed off the kitchen with laminate flooring, TV point and ample space for furniture. Dual aspect window, French doors to the front and side which lead out onto the raised deck area, overlooking the rear garden.
Bathroom 2.1m x 1.8m
Recently installed, with beautiful grey stone effect respatex walls and a white 3-piece suite. âP' shaped bath with Mira Elate electric shower. Feature vintage taps, shower and screen, vanity unit and illuminated mirror. Heated towel rail.
Bedroom four 3m x 3m
Double bedroom with wall mounted electric panel heater, beautiful views to the rear of the countryside. Mirrored in-built wardrobes, carpeted and two cupboards.
Bedroom three 3m x 3.3m
Good sized double bedroom with mirrored double wardrobe, central heating radiator and beautiful views to the front. Ample room for bedroom furniture. Currently used as a study/hobby room.
Bedroom two 3m x 4m
Large double with views to the front of the property, carpeted, central heating radiator, inbuilt double mirrored wardrobes and ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom one 4.1m x 3m
Master bedroom with en suite facilities, inbuilt mirrored wardrobes, ample space for free standing furniture, carpeted, views to the rear and central heating radiator. Recently installed en-suite with purple gloss vanity unit, feature taps, recessed sink and fully tiled with shower enclosure. Mira Jump electric shower, respatex and feature tiles. Mirror with light above, extractor fan and opaque window to the rear.
Large, easily maintained front garden. Central feature pond with bridge, mainly gravel paths interspersed with matured well-stocked borders. Bounded by a timber fence with ramped access to the front door from the car parking area and a gravel car park for multiple vehicles. Side door to utility and access through the side of the property to the rear garden. The rear garden comprises of a border with mature shrubs, kids' den, wood store, bin storage, multiple seating areas and a metal garden shed. A lovely, raised deck area from the sunroom, covered pergola, BBQ area with seating, chipped gravel area which could potentially house a large garage. South facing summer house, recently erected. Drying green, two timber sheds and fantastic countryside views.
The small, picturesque village of Kilmelford stands at the head of sheltered Loch Melford on the West coast of Scotland, approximately 16 miles south of Oban and around 21 miles from Lochgilphead. It is positioned in an outstanding area of natural beauty. Kilmelford enjoys a thriving community life. Kilmelford and the nearby area offers a range of amenities as follows Shopping- Kilmelford has a general store ( which sells local homemade bread and other local products) plus a post office where cash can be withdrawn. There is also another general store in Ardfern 9 miles away. Eating &Drinking- Kilmelford has a vegan cafe above the village shop. Cuilfail hotel in the village has been awarded a place in the " Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs " they sell good Scottish food using local ingredients. The restaurant at Melfort holiday village which hosts music nights on Monday nights (3 miles). Ardfern village 9 miles has a 17th Century Inn and there is a cafe in the village. Loch Melford Hotel with Bistro Restaurant and hosts music nights, (3.9 miles) Craobh Haven pub and restaurant offers an A la carte menu &bar meals and hosts a variety of different evening entertainment (6.7 miles) Knipoch Hotel bar &restaurant (9 miles). Village hall- Monthly coffee morning, crafts and things, healthy village group, mother &toddlers playgroup, yoga, there are facilities for badminton, squash and indoor tennis, Scottish country dancing, bagpipe and ukulele playing and Xplorers Saturday playtime for children. At a local holiday village (3 miles from Kilmelford) boasts a swimming pool, sauna room and outdoor tennis courts and there provision for local membership. Worshipping- Small Church with services held on alternative Sundays. Schools-/College Primary at Kilninver 8 miles or Oban 16 miles, Secondary-Oban 16 miles, University of the Highlands &Islands Argyll College- Oban 16 miles. Medical Facilities - GP Surgery- Easdale medical practice 12 miles or Oban 16 miles. Rural General Hospital-Oban 16 miles. Dentist surgeries in Oban. Emergencies - Fire Station in Kilmelford (small run by volunteers) from the surrounding area. AED at the village hall. Banking- Royal Bank of Scotland mobile bank comes to the village once a week. Public Transport Bus service 4 times a day between Oban-Kilmelford- Lochgilphead for connections to Glasgow. Train service from Oban to Glasgow. Ferries from Oban to the Inner Hebrides. Sailing/Water Sports - Kilmelford Yacht Haven, Kilmelford local skiff /coastal rowing, Kayaking/Canoeing/ Diving school nearby in Oban. Walking &Wildlife - 10 minutes walk from the sea also several walking trails around the village, hill walking, wildlife includes deer, sea eagles, occasionally red squirrels, seals, otters and various birds.
Nearest town of Oban boasts a good variety of supermarkets, D-I-Y stores, a few high street shops plus a number of independent shops, leisure centre, beauty salons, library, bars, cafes &restaurants, events venue, cinema and several churches of different denominations.
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