£175,000 Offers over

Carradale, Campbeltown, Argyll and Bute, PA28 6QX

2 bedroom bungalow for sale

 
View Previous Selling Prices
Selling Date Selling Price Value change
20 January 2012 £150,000 £5,000
7 August 2007 £145,000 £65,000
10 June 2004 £80,000 N/A

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Property Details

NON STANDARD CONSTRUCTION - CASH BUYERS ONLY

Delighted to bring to the market this unique two bedroom home set in beautiful Waterfoot, a hamlet just outside the picturesque village of Carradale. Situated overlooking the River Carra , this property comprises of a sizeable entrance porch leading into the bright hallway, spacious family living room, fully fitted kitchen, three piece family bathroom, lounge/dining room depending on your needs leading to a stunning conservatory where you can enjoy the breath taking views. There are also two excellent sized double bedrooms, with an en-suite shower room off the master bedroom.

Carradale is a quiet rural village, offering a variety of amenities including a primary school, restaurants and bars, a community run shop and Post Office, a nine hole golf course, several nature walks, and two picturesque beaches, with the larger Carradale Bay, which is popular for watersports activities, across the river from the property. There is a regular bus service to and from Campbeltown. The Village Hall has weekly afternoon and evening social activities on a regular basis.

Campbeltown has a population of around 4,500 people and offers a range of amenities such as supermarkets, cinema, hospital, health centre and primary and secondary education as well as a leisure centre and library. Famous for its whisky industry, the town has three distilleries. There is a fantastic natural harbour with pontoon facilities and sailing club. There is a well known 18- hole and 9- hole links at Machrihanish and the Machrihanish Dunes course both are only 6 miles to the west of the town. There are fantastic nature walks and breath taking views from many points over the town making this a picturesque place to live.

Has previously been used as an Air B&B.


Porch
The front entrance to the property leads to a sizeable porch with excellent views over the River Carra and towards Carradale Bay, Deer Hill and the Isle of Arran, with a stunning view of Ben Varen.

Entrance Hallway
The entrance hallway leads to the living room, lounge, both double bedrooms, kitchen and family bathroom. There is also a storage cupboard adjacent to Bedroom One which houses the electric meters.

Kitchen
The fully fitted kitchen faces the rear of the property and comprises of wall and floor mounted units with ample storage space. The washing machine was purchased in 2021 and will be included in the sale of the property together with the cooker and fridge/freezer.

Lounge
The sizeable lounge benefits from a bay window with a stunning view of the River Carra and Deer Hill. A north facing window offers extra light into the lounge with a view along a narrow road which comprises of part of the well known Kintyre Way. The open fire grate is surrounded by a lovely retro fireplace which adds character to the room. This room currently contains both a three seater and two seater settee and also an easy chair. There are two wicker style chairs in the bay window which lends itself to observing wildlife such as seals and a variety of sea birds including a resident heron.

Living Room
The living room/ dining room boasts a lovely view over the River Carra , Deer Hill and also a pleasant outlook towards the Isle of Arran and Ben Varen with a partial view of Carradale Bay.

Conservatory
The conservatory, added six years ago, replaced a sun lounge. It is functional without the need for heating for most of the year. The views of both Carradale Bay , the River Carra and across to the Isle of Arran are breathtaking and peaceful. Beautiful sunrises, with the sun rising above Arran, can be seen from the conservatory during Spring, Summer and part of Autumn.

Bedroom One
Bedroom One is a double room which faces the rear of the property. It comprises of an en suite shower room with toilet and wash hand basin. The king size bed, wardrobe, dresser and bed side table can be included in the sale of the property.

En-suite
The en-suite accessed from Bedroom One comprises of a toilet and wash hand basin in white and benefits from a good sized walk in shower with sliding door.

Bedroom Two
Bedroom Two is a double room of a good size with ample room for bedroom furniture. The conservatory is to the left of the bedroom window which offers a partial view of the beach.

Bathroom
The rear facing family bathroom is of a good size and comprises of a three piece suite, a heated towel rail and wall mounted heater.

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Property History

  • Property added on 16 August 2022
  • New price Offers over £175,000 as of 13 March 2024
    Was: Offers around £180,000
  • New price Offers around £180,000 as of 31 January 2024
    Was: Offers over £190,000
  • New price Offers over £190,000 as of 14 June 2023
    Was: Offers over £200,000
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