£230,000 Guide price
Stunning traditional detached cottage located down a peaceful track to a small hamlet of properties, with partial loch views and easy access to Loch Fyne. Conveniently located five minutes from the village of Furnace and fifteen minutes from the town of Inveraray. Lounge/dinner, kitchen, 3 double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The property further benefits from a multi fual stove, modern electric heating, parking, double glazing, and a south facing garden with patio and bbq area. Broadband and digital television are available.
Front porch has coat hanging and boot storage facilities. Glazed door leading to inner hallway with heating and storage cupboard.
Lounge 4.1m x 4m
Dual aspect lounge with multi-fuel stove and a slate hearth. Ample space for lounge and dinning furniture. TV point, carpeted, high ceilings and deep window inlets which would make for lovely window seats or display area.
Kitchen 4.1m x 2.2m
Located in the extension off the lounge. Fitted with white wall and floor units. Carpet tiled flooring. Granite effect worktops. Timber stable door which takes you to the rear of the property. Space and plumbing for white goods. Ample storage. Larder cupboard. Views to the side. Tiled walls and spotlights.
Bathroom 2.9m x 2.2m
Recently installed modern 3-piece suite with âP' shaped shower bath, feature taps, screen, thermostatic controlled shower, and a combination of respatex and tiled walls. Panel heater and a linen cupboard, which houses the hot water tank. Mosaic vinyl flooring and a heated towel rail as well as a wall mirrored vanity unit.
Bedroom one 4.2m x 3m
A beautifully finished, good sized bedroom with triple aspect views located on the ground floor. Carpeted, energy efficient central heating radiator. Sufficient space for bedroom furniture. TV point, neutral colours and high ceilings.
Bright landing with dormer window to rear and power sockets.
Bedroom two 3.5m x 3.5m
Dual aspect views, with a dormer window to the rear and a Velux window to the front allowing for plenty light. Ample space for furniture, carpeted, wall mounted TV point, energy efficient electric heater and a large walk in cupboard/wardrobe.
Bedroom three 2.5m x 3.5m
Good size double bedroom, with wall mounted electric thermostatic heater. Dormer window to the front of the property and a Velux window to the rear allowing for dual aspect views. Carpeted and space for freestanding furniture.
The property is bounded by a dry-stone wall. Lovely raised flower beds, south facing patio area to the rear with steppingstones. Lawn area with mature plants and boundary flowerbeds and a small timber shed. One parking space allocated off the shared access track with property next door.
Pennymore is a sought after hamlet of properties on the shores of Loch Fyne, 5 minutes drive along a track from the village of Furnace which is well located between the two main towns of Inveraray and Lochgilphead. Furnace has a great community spirit, local hosting events throughout the year, village ran pub, local shop with post office, primary school, Doctors surgery with dentist and good bus links to Glasgow.
8 miles away is the much sought after town of Inveraray, home of the Duke of Argyll, situated approximately 1 hour west of Glasgow Airport, 45 minutes south of Oban and 30 minutes North of Lochgilphead. The town of Inveraray has the benefit of a primary school, a bank, a post office, Doctor's surgery, 9 hole golf course, a variety of independent shops including The Courtyard gift shop next door Inveraray Jail tourist attraction, a new larger Co-operative supermarket, a long established family butchers and a leisure club with swimming pool and spa. Inveraray has many places to eat and drink including Brambles bistro and the renowned sea-food restaurant, Samphire.
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