Bright, welcoming 3rd floor flat enjoying outstanding views of the Harbour, Loch Fyne and the surrounding hills. Conveniently situated in Tarbert’s village centre, close to all local amenities, this in demand space comprises; Lounge/diner, breakfasting kitchen, 2 double bedrooms and bathroom. The property further benefits from off peak electric heating, double glazing, ample storage space, parking nearby and communal garden grounds to the rear. An ideal location for sailing enthusiasts. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Entrance door on the ground floor with communal staircase up 3 flights to the top floor. Timber door to top landing stairs, carpeted flooring, wall lighting with wooden handrail to flat entrance door. Inner hall is carpeted with room for coat hanging and boots, large wall cupboard, pendant lighting and enclosed skylight providing handy additional natural light. Storage cupboard at end of hall with eaves storage, power and light.
Lounge/diner 4.7m x 3.9m ( at widest point )
Light and bright with fantastic picturesque window views across Tarbert harbour and beyond from the large bay window, an ideal location for the dining table. A feature cast iron fireplace with an open fire, hearth and mantle provides an additional focal point in the room. Carpeted flooring, wall lighting, electric Consort heater, wall mirror, TV point and smoke detector. Ample room for freestanding lounge and dining furniture.
Breakfasting Kitchen 4.7m x 3.1m
Spacious kitchen with matching shaker style wall and base units and contrasting worktop space. Focal point is the large breakfast bar with under counter storage and space for seating. Plumbing and electrics for freestanding white goods, stainless steel sink and white tile splashbacks. Wooden flooring, feature pendant lighting, off peak electric heater and large picture window providing lots of natural daylight and views to the rear communal garden and hills beyond.
Bedroom one 4.7m x 3.4m
Good size double bedroom with window views to the rear garden and countryside beyond. Space for seating or bed settee if so desired. Wardrobe, storage and tv unit, carpeted flooring, off peak electric heater with ample room for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 4,7m x 3.9m ( At widest point)
Large double bedroom, light and bright with outstanding scenic views from the large bay window of Tarbert harbour and surrounding village centre. Carpeted flooring, feature pendant lighting, off peak electric heater with room for freestanding furniture.
Bathroom 3.1 x 1.1m
A modern suite with plunge bath, feature mixer tap, recessed light, overhead Mira electric shower, with folding shower screen over bath. Tiled splashbacks, white WC and WHB with mixer tap. Opaque window, shelving, wall mirror, tiled flooring, ceiling lighting and heated towel rail.
Communal garden grounds at the rear with seating areas and drying green mainly laid to grass. Parking nearby at the harbour.
Located on the Kintyre Way the area is a popular tourist destination, famed for its seafood, and in the summer is host to Scotland’s largest sailing regatta - the Scottish Series. There are a number of cafes and restaurants overlooking the harbour in addition to a supermarket and banking services. Tarbert Academy offers local schooling at nursery, primary and secondary level. There is a short 9-hole golf course in the village and two major golf courses at Machrihanish, including the Machrihanish Links, one of the finest links in the country and voted one of the top 50 courses in the UK. For outdoor enthusiasts the area offers numerous walking cycling, fishing, stalking and shooting opportunities. The nearby coves and bays of the Knapdale peninsula are a truly must-be-seen unspoilt area.
There are regular ferry services from Tarbert to the isles of Islay, Jura and Colonsay. There is also a service between Tarbert and Portavadie on the Cowal peninsula which offers an alternative route, via Dunoon, to Glasgow. The ferry terminal at Claonaig to the south provides crossings to the Isle of Arran and there is a daily flight from Machrihanish near Campbeltown to Glasgow.
Lochgilphead offers a variety of amenities and shops including a sports centre and library as well as the main primary and secondary schools. Campbeltown has an extensive range of shops and services including a swimming pool, secondary school and a number of supermarkets. It is famous for whisky; at one time there were 30 distilleries in the town. City Link runs a reliable bus service from Campbeltown to Glasgow.
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