£110,000 Guide price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 May 2016||£106,000||£13,000|
|26 September 2006||£93,000||£50,000|
|20 June 2003||£43,000||N/A|
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Well presented family home set in a peaceful location on the outskirts of Lochgilphead, opposite the golf course. The property enjoys stunning country views to the front and rear. The man hut with bar, dining area, TV point, power and light in the rear garden is the added feature of this property. Lounge/diner, kitchen, two double bedrooms and family bathroom. The property further benefits from private front and rear gardens, off-street parking, double glazing and oil central heating. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Laminate floor, coat hanging space and central heating radiator with thermostatic control.
Lounge/diner 4.3m x 3.7m
Fantastic rural views, living flame gas fire, tv point and alcove storage shelving. Central heating radiator, spotlights, laminate flooring and glazed door to the kitchen area. Ample space for lounge and dining furniture.
Kitchen 5.1m x 2.2m
Good size galley style kitchen, with oak effect wall and floor units and a granite style worktop. Vinyl flooring, large under stairs cupboard, tongue and groove ceiling panels and spotlights. Ample space for white goods, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink and mixer tap, shelving, four ring gas hob, electric double oven, extractor hood, tiled splashback, carousel storage units in corners and an inbuilt dishwasher.
Storm doors, boot space and storage.
Carpeted stairs, window to side on the half landing, small upper landing with access to the loft, which has a drop-down ladder and is partly floored.
Bedroom one 3.3m x4.1m
Large double bedroom with large in-built storage cupboard, carpeted, central heating radiator and window to front with stunning westerly views. Ample space for free standing bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 3.2m x 2.9m
Good size double bedroom with central heating radiator, carpeted and ample space for bedroom furniture. This room is currently used as a home office and visitor bedroom. Views to the rear.
Bathroom 1.9m x 2m
White 3 piece suite, with electric âMira Sport' electric shower and screen over bath, vinyl flooring, central heating radiator, tongue and groove panelling to one wall and the rest are fully tiled. Wall-mounted vanity unit, good size deep bath, towel rails and extractor fan.
Large rear garden, set back towards woodlands, housing a large shed with power and light, bar area, seating area, TV point and a storeroom at the back with fridge freezer. A smaller shed and wood store to the rear, which also houses the oil tank. The front garden is mainly gravel, with slabs leading to the door and a fence bordering.
Located on the outskirts of Lochgilphead with rural walks and the local golf course close by. A short walk to school and local amenities. Lochgilphead provides a Co-op Supermarket and a Tesco express along with a range of smaller, independent shops, providing many everyday requirements. The town has a hospital, dentist, vets, car garages, banks, opticians primary and secondary school as well as being the location for the headquarters of Argyll and Bute Council. There is a swimming pool and various sporting facilities in the town. Restaurants and cafes include the Coriander, Cafe 35, the Smiddy, the Stag hotel, the Taj Mahal and the Lee Garden take-away. In surrounding towns, you also have the choice of the Cairnbaan hotel, the Grey Gull and the Rumblin' Tum.
Within a 20-mile radius of the property are marinas at Craobh Haven, Ardfern and Crinan and the Crinan Canal is close by. This quiet corner of Argyll is steeped in history and substantial Neolithic and Megalithic remains at nearby Kilmartin. The countryside around Lochgilphead is perfect for outdoor pursuits ranging from walking and mountain biking through to more challenging activities.
Oban, approximately 38 miles to the north, is one of the principal towns on the West Coast and is renowned for its attractive seafront and busy harbour and its marvellous sailing waters. It is also well-known as the "Gateway to the Isles" and is connected by rail to Glasgow is 90 miles distant by road and a pleasant journey via Loch Lomond.
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