MacPhee
MacPhee

7 Righ Crescent, Inchree, Onich, By Fort William, PH33 6SG

Price Guide £175,000.00
  • Attractive Mid-Terrace Dwellinghouse
  • Quiet Semi-Rural Location
  • Dining Lounge
  • Kitchen
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom
  • Double Glazing & Electric Heating
  • Garden with Off-Street Parking
  • EPC Rating: E 52

Property Description

ATTRACTIVE MID-TERRACE DWELLINGHOUSE

The subjects of sale form an attractive mid-terrace dwellinghouse, located in the desirable area of Inchree, in the village of Onich, enjoying well maintained garden grounds and private, off-street, parking. Offering good sized accommodation in a convenient layout over two floors, 7 Righ Crescent has been upgraded in recent years to create an excellent family home and benefits from double glazing and electric heating. Flooded with natural light, the property is neutrally decorated throughout and features oak doors, providing a blank canvas for the successful purchaser. The large, dual aspect, dining lounge with multi-fuel stove, modern kitchen and well-maintained garden grounds are most attractive features and would also offer an exciting investment opportunity for the extremely buoyant rental and holiday-let market.

Inchree is a charming and sought-after residential hamlet in Onich, with Fort William and Glencoe an easy 15 minute commute in either direction. Offering an abundance of superb walks and trails throughout Glenrigh Forest, with its wealth of wildlife and impressive multi-cascade waterfall, Inchree also benefits from a popular restaurant and pub, with chalets and bunkhouse on site. The property is only a short walk or drive to all local amenities and is well placed to take advantage of the numerous leisure and pleasure activities the area has to offer. A two minute trip on the ferry to Ardgour offers further bar & restaurant facilities on the lochside. Onich itself has a shop, church, hotels, pubs and restaurants, with the local primary school in nearby North Ballachulish and secondary schools in Fort William, Kinlochleven and Strontian. The area is now recognised as the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and benefits from year round visitors taking advantage of the excellent outdoor  pursuits available throughout the year including walking, mountaineering, ski-ing, sailing, fishing, golf and sight seeing.

Accommodation

Entrance Hallway 2.9m x 2.2m

Small single glazed panel to front. Stairs to upper level. Built-in cupboard. Oak laminate flooring. Doors to dining lounge and kitchen. 

Dining Lounge 6.2m x 4.5m

Asymmetrical room, with windows to front and rear. Feature multi-fuel stove set on tiled granite hearth, with stone fireplace surround. Oak laminate flooring.

Kitchen 3.4m x 3.3m

Asymmetrical room, with window to rear. Fitted with oak effect, shaker-style, kitchen units, offset with granite effect work surfaces and upstand. Integral Indesit double over. Hotpoint gas hob with Hotpoint stainless steel extractor chimney over. Plumbing for dishwasher. Open to rear vestibule.

Rear Vestibule 2.2m x 0.9m

With fitted, granite effect, shelving. Plumbing for washing machine. UPVC door with frosted glazed panels to rear garden.

Upper Level 

Landing 1.9m x 3.2m x 2.4m

Z-shaped, with window to rear. Built-in cupboard. Hatch to loft. Laminate flooring. Doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 2.9m x 2.3m

L-shaped, with double window to front. Built-in cupboard.

Bedroom 4.4m x 2.8m

L-shaped, with double window to front. Built-in wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors. 

Bedroom 3.3m x 3.3m

L-shaped, with window to rear. Built-in cupboard. Laminate flooring. 

Bathroom 2.2m x 2.2m

L-shaped, with frosted window to rear. Fitted with white WC and wash hand basin set in gloss white vanity unit, and bath with mains shower over. Fully wet-walled. Heated towel rail. Tiled flooring.

Garden

7 Righ Crescent benefits from easily maintained, garden grounds to both the front and rear, and is approached by a tarmac off-street parking area, offset with mature bedding area. The rear garden is fully enclosed and laid in the main to lawn, with a concrete pathway around, slightly raised wooden decking area and features mature hedging and shrubs. A timber shed and timber log store are also included in the sale.

Travel Directions

Travelling south from Fort William on the A82 for around 9 miles, turn left where signposted Inchree (south of The Corran Ferry). Follow the road straight ahead, passing the terraced bungalows on the right hand side and continue around the bend. Number 7 is the second last property on the right hand side.