Scandinavian designed family home with vaulted ceilings and a modern open plan living space. Set in the semi rural location on the outskirts of Ford with countryside views to the front and rear. Open plan kitchen/diner/lounge, a master bedroom with open plan sitting room, 2 further bedrooms. a home office and family bathroom. The property further benefits from recent double glazing, a multifuel stove and off peak electric heating, wrap around private gardens, a garage and a driveway. Broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
The property has a side entrance easily accessed from the top of the driveway. PVC double glazed door into entrance hall, light and bright with imposing vaulted pine ceiling and solid wooden floor. Off peak storage heater, pendant light, space for coats and boots with a large full height storage cupboard. Access to family bathroom, office/study and entrance to kitchen/diner.
Family Bathroom 2.2m x 2.2m
White 4 piece suite with shower cubicle, triton electric shower, bath with shower mixer attachment, WC and WHB with white tile splashbacks throughout. Tiled flooring, flush ceiling lighting, wooden wall cabinet, towel heater, shelf storage and opaque window. Cupboard housing water tank with additional linen storage space.
Study/Office 2.2m x 1.8m
Multi Use room with window views to side, wooden flooring, spotlighting, electric heater with room for freestanding furniture. Previous used a kids single bedroom.
Open Kitchen /Diner 4.7m x 3.2m
Fantastic open plan living space with high vaulted pine ceilings emphasising the large amount of open space making the room feel airy and spacious while complimenting the Rosewood solid flooring throughout the living area. The kitchen has matching shaker style wall and base units with bar handles and ample contrasting black worktop space. Feature central island with room for seating and under counter space for white goods, integrated hotpoint 4 zone cooker with oven and grill, stainless steel sink with coloured tile splashbacks, space and plumbing for freestanding white goods. Dual windows create a light and bright space and provide scenic views to the front. Dining area has a feature pendant light, electric storage heater with ample room for a dining table and chairs.
Open Lounge 6.7m 3.2m
Open plan to the kitchen/diner making for ideal family living. The focal point is the multifuel stove with red wall tiles and black hearth making for a warm cosy living space. Window view to rear garden while the feature French doors to the front, stream lots of natural light into the room and bring the garden into the home. Solid wood flooring, spotlighting with room for freestanding lounge furniture.
Bedroom One 2.8m x 2.5m
Window views to the rear garden, carpeted, inbuilt storage, pine ceiling with spotlighting, shelving for additional storage with loft hatch access to partly floored loft.
Bedroom Two 3.2m x 2.5m
Double bedroom, wooden flooring, spotlights, window view to the rear garden and surrounding countryside, storage cupboard and shelving for additional storage. Ample room for freestanding bedroom furniture.
Bedroom Three/ Sitting room Open Plan 6.7m x 3.8m
Double doors lead into this open plan master double bedroom with a fantastic additional sitting room and study area. The light and bright conservatory style living area offers fantastic views to the garden and countryside beyond thanks to the fully glazed front side aspects with made to measure blinds. Carpeted, spotlights, storage heater and radiator, bedroom area has fitted wardrobes providing ample storage space. The feature chimney breast provides an option to install a stove in this room if desired.
Garage 6.0m x 4.3m
Rendered block construction with power, lighting, side window and door. Fitted workbench with additional overhead storage.
Mature and well stocked garden featuring a mixed range of trees and shrubs. Private driveway suitable for several cars. Large grassed area to the front, side and rear ideal for family uses. An enclosed fenced area at the rear, drying green, ample room for seating, and several wooden huts of mixed age for storage.
The village originated as a stopping point on the drover's route to Inveraray. The start of Loch Awe is a great spot for Pike fishing and seeing the wonderful wildlife that is in the local area. Several standing stones are scattered around the area, the three most notable ones being the one in the field next to the guest house, there is also a crannog present and it is clearly visible from the road. The slightly bigger village of Kilmartin is about a 5-minute drive away which has a church, hotel, pub, museum and cafe. Lochgilphead is 8 miles further south of Kilmartin which has bigger amenities such as numerous cafes, pubs, restaurants, hotels, high school, supermarket, Tesco express, dentist, hospital, opticians, vets and many more.
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