£140,000 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 December 2020||£153,000||£109,800|
|30 August 2006||£43,200||N/A|
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Well presented, family home, located in the picturesque village of Kilmelford. The property is conveniently located close to all the amenities the village has to offer and 20 minutes from the main Argyll town of Oban. Hall, lounge, large conservatory, kitchen/dinner, utility room, family bathroom, WC, and 3 bedrooms. The property further benefits from an eco-friendly and low running cost biomass stove, double glazing, good size grounds to the rear with ample space for outbuildings, boat storage etc, off-street parking, easily maintained front and rear gardens and lovely mono block raised deck area. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Bright welcoming entrance hall with tiled flooring, coat and hanging and boot space, large storage cupboard and further storage space under the stairs.
Lounge 5.2m x 3.6m
Good size with triple, front-facing window overlooking timber pergola with hanging planters, laminate floor, TV point, focal point pellet burner with slate hearth and lovely wooden mantelpiece as well as a central heating radiator.
Kitchen 5.2m x 2.5m
Beech effect wall and floor units, space for American fridge freezer, pull out carousel, small larder storage, wine rack, carpet tiles, storage cupboard, space and plumbing for white goods. Large leisure range cooker with 5 ring hob with a warming plate and double ovens. Bread oven and grill. One and a half bowl stainless steel sink, chef's flexible mixer tap, spotlights and glazed door leading into the conservatory.
Conservatory 4.5m x 4m
Large conservatory with privacy and stunning rural views to the rear. Carpeted, double glazed, Perspex roof, blinds, ceiling fan, storage cupboard with two central heating radiators, access out on to the good size raised deck. Power and water supply to the deck for a hot tub.
Utility 2m x 2.6m
Located off the conservatory with beech effect floor units, granite effect worktops, Clothes pulley overhead, vinyl flooring, space and plumbing for white goods. Access to the raised deck and drying green below.
Bathroom 2m x 1.7m
Lovely modern bathroom with respatex walls, large double end jacuzzi bath, with central mounted taps and mixer, fixed head thermostatic digital controlled rain shower unit with hand shower attachment, heated towel rail, vanity unit with storage below and illuminated mirror above.
Carpeted stairs and upper landing. Window with views to the front of the property. Loft hatch access, large central heating radiator.
Located off the top landing. Modern 2-piece bathroom suite, laminate flooring and fixed vanity unit. Loft hatch, large central heating radiator.
Bedroom one 3.1m x 3.5m
Good size double bedroom with rural views to the rear, carpeted, ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture, ceiling fan, fitted blinds and TV point.
Bedroom two 3.8 x 2.7m
Large double bedroom with inbuilt storage cupboard/wardrobe, carpeted and stunning views to the rear overlooking the Countryside.
Bedroom Three 4.4m x 2.6m
Long double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted, TV point and ample space for freestanding furniture.
To the rear of the property is a l lovely, raised deck area with artificial grass, space and storage for table and chairs and beautiful south-westerly views to the rear hills. Drying green, greenhouse, stairs, and ample ground to the rear, which is currently housing a static caravan and large shed. There is access to the stream from the back garden. Off-street parking to the front and rear. The front garden with monoblock paths, feature centre raised flowerbed (previous pond), grass borders bounded by mature hedge and timber fence, monoblock raised deck area to the front with pergola feature lights, ample space for garden furniture.
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 with local services that include a village hall, a church, a licensed hotel with pub, post office, store, vegan cafÃ© and restaurant. The local hotel and public house, the Cuilfail Hotel, is an old coaching inn and retains that traditional feel. It is an extremely popular haven for the yachting community. There are many routes for walkers, cyclists, mountain bikers and hill climbers. There is an incredibly varied array of activities within a drive of an hour or so, with many different Islands to explore. The primary school is located in the nearby village of Kilninver and the secondary education is provided in Oban, a local bus service provides transport to both.
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