Elevated partial sea views
Close to Crinan harbour and basin
Rarely available property
Oil central heating
Multiple patios and seating areas
Surveyed at £280,000
Approx 93 sq.m of living space
Bespoke 3 bed detached property located in the picturesque sailing village of Crinan and just a short walk from the harbour. Elevated partial views of the bay. Lounge, kitchen, dining room, conservatory, 3 bedrooms (one with en-suite facilities) and family bathroom. The property further benefits from beautiful grounds with various seating areas, off-street parking for multiple vehicles, oil central heating and double glazing. Highspeed broadband and digital television are available.
The entrance hall is split level with the lower floor to the bedrooms and bathroom. 6 stairs leading to the lounge, dining room, and kitchen. Glazed UPVC door with space for a dresser.
Carpeted, with central heating radiator and loft access.
Lounge 5.9m x3.9m
French doors to front patio and sliding doors to conservatory. Fully carpeted with multi-fuel stove, marble hearth and stone and wood mantle. Tv point, central heating radiator and spotlights as well as large roof lights. Velux windows, allowing in plenty of light. Open aspect to the dining room. Partial loch views.
Conservatory 3.2m x 4.2m
Central heating, top opening windows, UPVC fully double glazed, good loch views, tv point, feature wall lights, dimmer lights. Patio doors which lead out to the front patio area.
Dining room 3m x 3.9m
Carpeted, central heating radiator, telephone point, ample space for dining furniture, shelving, linen cupboard, sliding doors to rear patio, large open hatch to kitchen.
Kitchen 3.6m x 2.9m
Cream shaker style wall and floor units and a couple of glazed wall units. Tiled flooring, hatch to the dining area, integrated wine rack and corner carousel storage in both corners. Spotlights, one and a half bowl ceramic sink with feature vintage tap and tiled splashbacks. Space and plumbing for white goods.
Carpeted with a central heating radiator and loft access.
Bedroom one 2.9m x 3.2m
Double bedroom with en suite facilities, laminate flooring, dual aspect views to front and side, central heating radiator and TV point.
Sandstone marble effect tiled to the walls and grey slate effect flooring. A large walk-in shower with sliding doors, electric shower, WC, WHB, downlights and extractor fan.
Bedroom two 2.9m x 3m
A good-sized double bedroom, carpeted, central heating radiator, views to the front and triple inbuilt mirrored wardrobes.
Bedroom three 3.5m x 3.9m
Good size double bedroom with triple mirror wardrobe, carpeted and central heating radiator. Ample space for bedroom furniture. Full height glass panel and double glazed UPVC door that takes you out on to the rear patio to a great private outdoor space.
Bathroom 1.8m x 2.3m
Recently installed, white Roca bathroom suite. Fully tiled with grey matt stone effect tiles. A lovely deep feature bath, wall-mounted feature mixer tap and spout over the bath, thermostatic shower and riser above. A good-sized shower screen fixed panel with hinged door, sink with feature mixer tap and vanity unit below. Illuminated vanity mirror with storage and houses a shaver/toothbrush point. Spotlights, heated towel rail which is mounted above the bath and an opaque window to the rear.
The property has various areas. There is off-street parking for multiple vehicles, side driveway, and country views to side and rear. Front lawn with flower beds, feature dry stone dyke walls around the property and well stocked mature gardens. Flagstone entrance courtyard and a raised patio area. There are two entrances to the property, either through patio doors which lead to the lounge or into the central hallway. There is a side path leading to the side garden with greenhouse, water supply, rear patio, and vegetable beds. Under the conservatory, there is a handy storage hatch. There is an open-air workshop which has been recently installed and is in good condition as well as a large shed. The rear of the property has two patio areas, raised deck with ample space for garden furniture and steps down to the lower patio, which is mainly laid to gravel, it has ample space and gets afternoon and evening sun. French patio door leads into the main bedroom. The front garden is large and mainly laid to lawn.
Crinan is a small coastal village in the west coast of Scotland, located in the region known as Knapdale, part of Argyll and Bute. Prior to the Crinan Canal being built, Crinan was known as Port Righ, which means the king’s port. The Canal starts at Ardrishaig sea loch on Loch Gilp and ends nine miles away at Crinan sea loch on the Sound of Jura. There are a Hotel and a boatyard. Lochgilphead is a short 5-mile journey and provides a larger range of amenities, including primary and secondary school, a hospital, supermarkets, fuel stations, cafes, pubs, restaurants, hotels, Tesco express, dentist, opticians, vets and many more.
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