A well-kept communal staircase leading to the first-floor landing. Entrance door leading to the inner hallway with heating and carpeting.
Lounge 4.9m x 3.2m
Good size room with open fire, ample space for lounge furniture, hatch to kitchen, views to the front, off peak electric radiator, tv and phone point.
Kitchen 3.5m x 3.0m
Recently installed white wall and floor units, space and plumbing for white goods, clothes pulley, two storage cupboards, vinyl flooring and tiled splashbacks.
Bedroom one 3.1m x 2.2m
Double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted, off peak electric radiator.
Bedroom two 2.8m x 2.6m
Double bedroom with inbuilt wardrobe, views to the rear and carpeted.
Bedroom three 4.6m x 2.6m
Good sized double bedroom with ample space for bedroom furniture, inbuilt wardrobe, views to the rear, carpeted and off-peak electric radiator.
Bathroom 2.1m x 1.6m
White three piece suite recently installed. Mains shower and screen over the bath, WC, WHB, vinyl flooring, tiled splashbacks and fan heater.
Access to communal drying green and coal shed to the rear of the block.
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, Café 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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