Rarely available property with partial sea views, bags of potential and set in a good size plot. Close to Asknish Bay and Arduaine Gardens yet not too far from Oban. Located in a picturesque setting with rural and coastal views. Lounge, kitchen/diner, 4 bedrooms, utility room, family bathroom and WC. The property further benefits from Oil central heating, double glazing, solid fuel stove, double garage, ample parking, greenhouse, patio and bbq area. Broadband and digital television are available.
A degree of modernisation and upgrading is required and reflected in the price. The property is mainly of Dorran construction with a full structural report available. Some remedial repairs noted on the report to make the property back to a good standard (Approx cost £10,000)
Entrance porch with PVC double glazed door leading into hall featuring wooden panels to walls and ceiling. Central heating radiator, shelving, with ample room for hall furniture.
Lounge 6.5 m x 3.6 m
South facing with partial sea views, exposed wooden floorboards and wooden clad ceiling with downlights. Solid fuel stove and stone hearth, central heating radiator, the snug area suitable for use as an office or reading space. Patio windows and doors flood natural light into the room with access to the outdoor patio area. Ample room for living room furniture.
Kitchen 5.0 m x3.5 m
Dual aspect with exposed wooden floorboards, wooden clad ceiling, downlights and radiator. Oil fired Stanley range cooker, black worktops, matching wall and base units, black tile splashbacks. Patio doors and windows flood natural light into the room and provide easy access to the outdoor patio area. Bifold wooden doors create privacy from the lounge or allow for open plan living, ample room for kitchen furniture.
Bedroom one 4.1 m x 3.1 m
Good size double bedroom with exposed wooden flooring and wooden clad walls and ceiling. South-facing window giving partial sea and island views. Radiator, lights with dimmer switch, ample room for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom two 3.9 m x 3.0 m
Double bedroom, exposed wooden floor and wooden clad walls and ceiling. Scenic views to the rear and hills beyond. Built-in wardrobe space, radiator, lights with dimmer switch. Ample space for bedroom furniture.
Bedroom 2.9 m x 2.8 m
Double size bedroom, exposed wooden floor and wooden clad ceiling, white walls. Views to the rear fields and hills beyond. Large open wall storage unit with linen box at the base. Radiator, lights on a dimmer switch, ample room for bedroom furniture.
Bathroom 2.8 m x 1.6 m
3 piece white suite with Mira electric shower and shower curtain over the bath. Wooden ceiling and flooring. Radiator, mirrored wall cabinet and opaque window.
Snug / Bedroom four 3.9 m x 3.0 m
Good size room which can be used as a snug/second lounge or 4th bedroom. Wooden clad walls and ceiling with views to the rear hills. Twin access from the entrance hall and inner hall, central heating radiator, several shelves, ample room for furniture.
Located off the entrance hall, 2 piece white suite WC, WHB and mirror. Opaque window and radiator.
Utility Room 2.4 m x 1.5 m (at widest point)
Space and plumbing for white goods.
With ample room for coat hanging and boot storage facilities. Side door providing access to the garden.
Rendered block dwarf wall with access from the front and rear.
Good size plot with stunning coastal and rural views, large parking area, double garage with side door and water connection. Slabbed patio area, garden ground to the front, sides and rear of the property, with a mixed range of trees and shrubs. The nearby award-winning Loch Melfort hotel with its 17 acres of garden and beach provide the perfect place for an evening meal.
Arduaine is a truly stunning location that is very popular with sailing and outdoor enthusiasts alike, with miles of beautiful lochs and hills, gentle valleys, plenty of historical sites to visit and tantalising glimpses of the sea and the isles beyond. Melfort Village is close by for an evening meal or to relax at the excellent facilities. The nearby village of Kilmelford enjoys a thriving community life. Kilmelford and the local area offers a range of amenities as follows Shopping- 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 6 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 hosts music nights on Monday night. Ardfern village 6 miles has a 17th Century Inn and there is a cafe in the village. Loch Melford Hotel with Bistro Restaurant and hosts music nights, Craobh Haven pub and restaurant offers an A la carte menu & bar meals and hosts a variety of different evening entertainment (4 miles) Knipoch Hotel bar & restaurant (10 miles). Village hall- Monthly coffee morning, crafts and things, healthy village group, mother & toddlers playgroup, yoga, there are facilities for badminton, squash and indoor tennis, Scottish country dancing, bagpipe and ukulele playing and Xplorers Saturday playtime for children. At the local holiday village 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. Schools-/College Primary at Kilninver 8 miles or Oban 16 miles, Secondary-Oban 16 miles, University of the Highlands & Islands Argyll College- Oban 19 miles. Medical Facilities - GP Surgery Oban 19 miles. Rural General Hospital-Oban 19 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. Public Transport 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, hill walking, wildlife includes deer, sea eagles, occasionally red squirrels, seals, otters and various birds.
The large 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, cinema and several churches of different denominations.
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