Delightfully presented, modern family home situated in a corner plot in the picturesque village of Kilmelford. Located 20 minutes drive from Oban. The Glebe is a well-established development of contemporary dwellings, conveniently located close to all the amenities, walks and lochs the area has to offer. Lounge, large kitchen/diner, family bathroom, shower room, 3 double bedrooms and a conservatory. The property further benefits from off street parking, off-peak central heating, multi-fuel stove, double glazing, large front and rear gardens and several stores/workshops. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Double glazed entrance door to inner hallway, solid oak flooring, storage cupboard, coat hangers, recessed lighting, smoke alarm and stair access to the first floor bedrooms and family bathroom.
Lounge 5.1m x 4.1m
Bright, spacious room with solid oak flooring, multifuel stove with stone hearth and wooden mantle providing the focal point in the room. Window views to the front garden, feature wall and ceiling lighting , Dimplex quantum storage heater, TV point with ample space for freestanding lounge furniture. Semi open plan to the inner hallway and staircase
Kitchen/Diner 9.9m x 3.4m
Stunning large open plan kitchen/diner with matching white shaker wall and base and ring handles, plentiful black worktop space, tile splashbacks, stainless steel sink with swan head tap. Glass cabinet, wine rack, tiled flooring in kitchen, triple window views to rear garden, Spotlights and recessed lighting, extractor fan, plumbing and electrics for free standing white goods, opaque glazed door to side garden. Dining area with black vinyl tile flooring, Dimplex quantum storage heater, recessed lighting, patio door access to the conservatory with ample room for freestanding furniture.
Conservatory/Sunroom 4.6m x 2.1m
Double glazed Everest conservatory that is accessed off the dining area with vinyl tile flooring, heater and ample space for furniture. French side doors which lead out onto the raised deck area, overlooking the rear garden.
Bedroom one 4.9m x 3.1m (at widest point)
Good size double, solid oak flooring, tv point, Dimplex heater, feature light, window views to the garden, with ample room for freestanding bedroom Furniture.
En-Suite 1.9m x 1.9m
White three-piece suite, thermostatic shower with rainfall shower head, respatex splashbacks, feature basin with mixer tap and WC. Mosaic tiling, mirror, heated towel rail, opaque window, wall mounted mirror cabinet and recessed lighting
Carpeted staircase with wooden handrail to first floor landing, solid oak flooring, storage heater and recessed lighting
Bedroom two 6m x 3m (at widest point)
Large double bedroom with wall mounted electric panel heater, dormer window views to the rear garden and countryside beyond, mirrored in-built wardrobes, solid oak flooring and recessed lighting.
Bedroom three 6m x 5.1m (at widest point)
Large sized double Bedroom , solid oak flooring, TV point, panel heater, large dormer window providing lots of natural light to the room to compliment the recessed lighting. Ample room for bedroom furniture. A tucked away Aqualux double steam jet shower and enclosure with mirror and seating.
Family Bathroom 2.5m x 1.9m
White 3 piece suite, bath with Respatex splashbacks, WHB and WC. Velux window, Dimplex wall heater, wall mirror, extractor fan vinyl flooring and heated towel rail.
Large corner plot with decking and space for a Hot Tub. Gardens front and rear with mature fruit trees and shrubs provide contrasting colours. A workshop with light and power, timber and metal sheds provide ample outdoor storage. Areas are laid to grass, slabs and gravel with patio and decking areas ideal for family BBQs and relaxing. Off street parking
The small, picturesque village of Kilmelford stands at the head of sheltered Loch Melford on the West coast of Scotland, approximately 16 miles south of Oban and around 21 miles from Lochgilphead. It is positioned in an outstanding area of natural beauty. Kilmelford enjoys a thriving community life. Kilmelford and the nearby area offers a range of amenities as follows;
Kilmelford has a general store ( which sells local homemade bread and other local products) plus a post office where cash can be withdrawn. There is also another general store in Ardfern 9 miles away.
Eating & Drinking- Kilmelford has a vegan cafe above the village shop. Cuilfail hotel in the village has been awarded a place in the " Britain's Best Real Heritage Pubs " they sell good Scottish food using local ingredients. The restaurant at Melfort holiday village which hosts music nights (3 miles). Ardfern village 9 miles has a 17th Century Inn and there is a cafe in the village. Loch Melford Hotel with Bistro Restaurant and hosts music nights, (3.9 miles) Craobh Haven pub and restaurant offers an A la carte menu & bar meals and hosts a variety of different evening entertainment (6.7 miles) Knipoch Hotel bar & restaurant (9 miles).
At a local holiday village (3 miles from Kilmelford) boasts a swimming pool, sauna room and outdoor tennis courts and there provision for local membership. Worshipping- Small Church with services held on alternative Sundays.
Primary at Kilninver 8 miles or Oban 16 miles, Secondary-Oban 16 miles, University of the Highlands & Islands Argyll College- Oban 16 miles.
Medical Facilities - GP Surgery- Easdale medical practice 12 miles or Oban 16 miles. Rural General Hospital-Oban 16 miles. Dentist surgeries in Oban.
Emergencies - Fire Station in Kilmelford (small run by volunteers) from the surrounding area. AED at the village hall.
Banking- Royal Bank of Scotland mobile bank comes to the village once a week.
Bus service 4 times a day between Oban-Kilmelford- Lochgilphead for connections to Glasgow.
Train service from Oban to Glasgow. Ferries from Oban to the Inner Hebrides. Sailing/Water Sports - Kilmelford Yacht Haven, Kilmelford local skiff /coastal rowing, Kayaking/Canoeing/ Diving school nearby in Oban. Walking & Wildlife - 10 minutes walk from the sea also several walking trails around the village, hill walking, wildlife includes deer, sea eagles, occasionally red squirrels, seals, otters and various birds. Nearest town of Oban boasts a good variety of supermarkets, D-I-Y stores, a few high street shops plus a number of independent shops, leisure centre, beauty salons, library, bars, cafes & restaurants, events venue, and cinema.
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