MacPhee
MacPhee

Ardshonais, Kilchrenan, By Taynuilt, PA35 1HD

Price Guide £250,000.00
  • Superb, Detached Bungalow
  • Wonderful Sweeping, Rural Views
  • Close To Local Amenities
  • Delightful Garden Of Around 0.75 Acres
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Further Bedroom/Utility Room/Office
  • Bathroom
  • Double Glazing
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Under-Build Store
  • Four Garden Sheds
  • Private Parking
  • EPC: E 46

Property Description

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IMMACULATELY PRESENTED DETACHED BUNGALOW WITH GROUNDS

Situated on the outskirts of the village of Kilchrenan, Ardshonais is an immaculately presented bungalow which sits in its own delightful garden of around 0.75 acres and offers a haven of peace and privacy.  Beautifully presented inside, the property was built by its current owners in cca 1990 and has been meticulously nurtured and developed ever since.  The spacious accommodation, all on one level, comprises of a large lounge with a feature multi-fuel burner (which contributes significantly to the energy efficiency of the house), Bamboo wooden flooring and patio doors leading to raised external decking.  In addition, there is a modern kitchen/diner, two bedrooms, a utility room (which could easily be converted to a bedroom) and a family bathroom.  For further storage space, there is an external under-build store.  Outside, the garden is in similarly immaculate order, offering an idyllic spot for the keen gardener/cultivator, or simply a private and peaceful space in which to sit and admire the views.  There is private, off-street parking.  The property benefits from full double glazing, gas central heating (amply supported by the multi-fuel burner), Sky and AOL Broadband at present.

The property is located just outside the village of Kilchrenan, which has a well respected primary school, church, two prestigious hotels in the near vicinity, a pub/restaurant and a village hall providing a variety of activities – a locally sponsored website www.avich-kilchrenan.co.uk gives additional information on the area.  The town of Oban is 18 miles to the west and provides a full range of facilities and amenities.

The nearby Loch Awe is Scotland’s third largest freshwater loch and is renowned for its fishing.  The area attracts many visitors each year, who are drawn to the magnificent scenery and many outdoor pursuits on offer including sailing, golf, walking and climbing on the nearby mountain ranges.

Steps up to hardwood front door with obscure glazed inset.

Hallway

With doors to all accommodation. Two built-in storage cupboards.  Hatch to loft.

Utility Room 2.4m x 2.0m (7’9 x 6’6)

With window to front.  Storage units, stainless steel sink with drainer and  Hotpoint washing machine.  Suitable for conversion to Bedroom.

Lounge 7.2m x 4.1m (max) (about 23’6 x 13’6)

With two windows to side and fully glazed patio doors to rear, leading to elevated, wooden balcony.  Half-glazed door to hallway.  Feature, large multi-fuel burner on stone hearth.  Chimney piece.  Feature Bamboo wooden flooring.

Kitchen 5.8m (max) x 3.0m (max) (about 19’0 x 9’9)

With two windows to rear and views.  Space for dining table.  Worcester wall-mounted hot water boiler.  Wooden kitchen units offset with high-gloss work surfaces.  One-and-a-half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer.  Hotpoint fridge.  Hotpoint freezer.  Tiling to upstands.  Baumatic integrated oven and grill.  Baumatic 5-ring gas hob with extractor hood over.

Bedroom 4.1m (max) x 2.7m (max) (about 13’6 x 8’9)

With window to front.  Built-in wardrobe.

Bedroom 3.7m (max) x 3.0m (max) (about 12’3 x 9’9)

With window to rear and views.

Bathroom 3.0m (max) x 2.5m (max) (about 9’9 x 8’3)

With obscure glazed window to front.  Fitted with cream coloured bathroom suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and corner bath with shower  attachment over.  Large built-in storage cupboard housing hot water boiler. Wall mounted vanity cabinet with mirrored door. Shaver socket.  Towel rail.

External

Outside, the property sits in its own charmingly landscaped and cultivated garden. Affording fantastic open, rural views, the garden is a picturesque blend of lawned areas, mature trees, shrubs and bushes, including blackcurrant bushes, rhubarb and apple trees. There is a fully functional polytunnel which is currently cultivated with vegetables. In addition, there is a feature pergola, from which a hammock can be attached in good weather, as well as an area of decking which can be  accessed from the lounge and which provides a  superb, elevated seating area from which to admire the views.  Other features include an under-build area for extra storage, a patio area, attractive raised flower beds, an outside tap and a neatly block-paved parking area which is accessed via wrought-iron double gates.  There are four timber garden sheds which provide   excellent outdoor working space.

Shed 1 4.5m x 2.9m (about 14’9 x 9’6) – Workshop with shelving, light and power.

Shed 2 3.8m x 2.3m (about 12’6 x 7’6) – With internal lining, shelving and light and power.

Polytunnel – Paved path between earth beds.  Planted with vegetables.

Two further lean-to woodsheds.

 

Travel Directions

From Oban, take the A85 passing through Taynuilt, and turn right where signposted for Kilchrenan (B845). Proceed along the single track road towards Kilchrenan. After approximately 6 miles, pass the signs for Balliemore on the left, and slow down. The road up to the property is a single track road on the right hand side, which is tarmacked and appears to ‘double back’ on the main road. Proceed up this road for approximately 100 yards, bearing left, and the property is the second on the left hand side.