Under Offer

£250,000 Guide price

Kilbride Cottage and Lodge Station Road Lower, Clifton, Stirling, Scotland, FK20 8RY

2 bedroom bungalow for sale

Property Details

Rarely available 2 bed semi bungalow and 2 bed lodge, lifestyle opportunity with amazing holiday let potential. Located yards from the famous West Highland Way, Tyndrum train station and local amenities. Set down a peaceful track with a picturesque stone bridge over the river opposite the cottage conservatory. The cottage consists of a lounge, conservatory, 2 double bedrooms, 1 en suite, shower room, kitchen and utility porch. The lodge consists of an open plan kitchen and seating area, 2 double bedrooms, 1 ensuite and 1 wet room ensuite. The cottage further benefits from an open fire in the lounge, electric boiler central heating system, double glazing, private front garden, patio and bbq area, off-street parking and ample storage. The lodge was built in 2015 with double glazing, electric radiators and its own allocated off-street parking area. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available at both properties.

Contents are available by separate negotiation.


The cottage can be entered by either the main conservatory leading to the lounge or by the utility porch leading into the kitchen.

Lounge 4.9m x 3.3m
Bright spacious lounge with French doors leading through to the conservatory, traditional open fire with tiles hearth and oak mantle, cherrywood laminate flooring, Wall mounted TV point, shelving, central heating radiator, ample space for furniture, phone point and feature pendant lighting.

Conservatory 3.7m x 3.0m
Good size, triple aspect conservatory enjoying river and rural views. Fully double glazed, insulated ceiling, central heating radiator, power points, carpeted, ample space for dining or conservatory furniture. Currently used as the dining area.

Kitchen 3.0m x 2.8m
Recently installed white gloss wall and floor units with solid oak worktops. Integrated fridge/freezer, oven, hob and extractor hood. Grey mosaic tiled splashbacks, cherrywood laminate flooring, alcove shelving within an exposed cupboard, central heating radiator, space and plumbing for washing machine. Glazed door leading out to the utility porch and window to the rear.

Utility porch 2.8m x 2.1m
Double glazed rear porch with space for white goods, power sockets, coat hanging and boot storage.

Inner hall with storage cupboard, loft access, cherrywood laminate flooring and heating controls.

Bedroom one 3.3 m x 3.1m
Good size double bedroom with river and rural views to the front of the cottage. Ensuite facilities, large wardrobe with ample storage above, laminate flooring, central heating radiator and wall-mounted TV point.

Ensuite 2.1m x 1.2m
Modern white three piece suite with large shower enclosure with sliding doors, electric shower, grey respatex to 3 walls, square WC, WHB, shelving and extractor fan.

Bedroom two 3.3m x 3.0m
Good size double bedroom with inbuilt wardrobe, views to the rear, TV point, central heating radiator and carpeted.

Bathroom 2.4m x 1.9m
Family shower room with large quadrant shower enclosure, electric shower, multicolour mosaic tile splashbacks, heated towel rail, WC, WHB with vanity unit below, wall mounted mirrored vanity unit, vinyl flooring and large linen cupboard.

Outdoor space
The cottage has off-street parking, slabbed patio and bbq area, private front garden with river and rural views. Timber fencing and mature shrubs and bushes. Timber shed for storage located on the edge of the driveway.

Detached timber clad lodge with a concrete base, double glazing and box tin profile roof. Comes with its own phone line and a broadband connection, keys safe and emergency exit lighting system for holiday rental.

Entered straight into the open plan kitchen and seating area.

Kitchen 2.6m x 2.1m
Open plan to the central hall and seating/dining area. Recently installed white wall and floor units, breakfast bar, integrated oven, hob and extractor hood, tiled splashbacks, shelving, cherrywood laminate flooring, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink and mixer tap, wall mounted microwave, storage cupboard, fitted blind, space for freestanding fridge and energy-efficient heater in the hallway provides heat to this space.

Dining area 1.9m x 1.5m
Open plan across the hall to the kitchen area. Fixed padded bench seating and table with ample room for dining or playing games in the evening. Window to the rear, phone and broadband point and shelving above. Loft hatch access and heating in the hallway

Bedroom one 5.4m x 2.6m
Large double bedroom with dual aspect views and ensuite facilities. High ceiling with spotlights, inbuilt wardrobe with storage above, carpeted, panel heater, TV point ample sockets, ample space for bedroom furniture and a small sofa.

En suite 1.9m x 1.0m
White three piece suite with a large shower enclosure, thermostatic shower, respatex walls, vinyl flooring, heated towel rail, WC, WHB, shaver/toothbrush point and downlights.

Bedroom two 5.4m x 2.6m
Large double bedroom with dual aspect views and ensuite facilities. High ceiling with spotlights, inbuilt wardrobe with storage above, carpeted, panel heater, dressing area, wall-mounted TV point ample sockets, ample space for bedroom furniture and a small sofa.

En suite/ wet room 2.0m x 1.8m
Disabled access wet room with fully tiled floor and drainage, thermostatic shower, shower screen, respatex to 3 of the walls, WHB, WC, heated towel rail, wall mounted mirror, shaver/toothbrush point, downlights and extractor fan.

Outdoor space
The lodge comes with its own parking space, patio and bench seating area. Small lawn and gravel area and timber fencing.

Tyndrum is a popular tourist village, and a noted stop on the A82 for travellers to refresh at one of the several shops, cafes and hotels. There are also 2 train stations and a petrol station. The village is on the popular West Highland Way and has a campsite, hotel, bunkhouse and several bed and breakfasts to accommodate walkers. Overshadowed by Ben Lui, a Munro, Tyndrum is built over the battlefield where Clan MacDougall defeated Robert the Bruce in AD 1306, and took from him the Brooch of Lorn. The village has steadily become more developed over recent decades; but it remains very clearly focused on providing a range of services for passing traffic, whether by road or rail. These days, another type of passing traffic has also arrived. The West Highland Way long-distance footpath comes right through the village before heading north on the old military road towards Bridge of Orchy and Rannoch Moor.

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  • Property added on 26 April 2021
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