Bluebell Cottage Loch Awe, Eredine PA33 1BS, UK
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Modern rural property set in a peaceful location by Loch Awe with loch access nearby. An ideal spot to get away from it all yet not too far to Oban, Inveraray and Lochgilphead. Open plan lounge diner, kitchen, 3 double bedrooms, 1 en suite and a family bathroom. The property has been built to a high standard by builders L&A MacKay, with a loft (fully floored with services) conversion in mind and plans are available on request. Further benefits include a large garden, off-street parking 3-4 vehicles, gravel driveway, multi-fuel stove, patio doors leading to a large sw facing sun deck, wood store, double glazing, off-peak electric heating, wood facing, skirting and doors. Currently, run as a very successful holiday let with bookings over 35 weeks per year. Contents and goodwill are available by separate negotiation. Broadband and digital television are available.
Ramped access leading through a timber external to a welcoming inner hallway with laminate flooring, off-peak heating, coat hanging and shoe rack.
Lounge 4.7m x 4.0m
Bright spacious open plan room with triple aspect views, multi-fuel Morso stove set on a feature slate hearth, carpeted flooring, off-peak storage heater, corner shelving with TV point, frosted glass door from inner hallway and open plan to the dining area with patio doors.
Dining area 3.1m x 3.0m
Good size dining area located between the kitchen and lounge area, patio doors leading out onto the large sw facing sundeck, off-peak storage heater, glazed French doors to the kitchen, tile effect laminate flooring, rural views to the side and rear of the property.
Kitchen 3.2m x 3.0m
Located off the dining area with views to the rear, beech effect wall and base units, tile effect laminate flooring, granite effect worktops, inbuilt mid height single oven and grill above, halogen hob and extractor hood, stainless steel sink, tiled splashbacks, spotlights, space and plumbing for white goods
Bedroom one 3.2m x 3.0m
Good size master bedroom with en suite facilities, rural views and a glimpse of Loch Awe to the rear, inbuilt wardrobe, carpeted, panel heater and TV point.
En suite 1.9m x 1.6m
White 3 piece suite with shower cubicle, Mira sport electric shower, white tile splashbacks, WC, whb, extractor fan, opaque window to the side, vinyl flooring, downflow heater and towel hanging rail.
Bedroom two 3.0m x 3.0m
Twin bedroom with freestanding wardrobe, carpeted, views to the front, panel heater and ample space for freestanding furniture
Bedroom three 3.4m x 2.5m
Double bedroom with views to the front, carpeted, panel heater, space for freestanding furniture, storage cupboard and loft hatch access with drop-down ladder. If converting the loft this room would house the staircase as per the plans available on request.
Bathroom 3.4m x 2.5m
White four-piece suite with shower cubicle, electric shower, bath, WC, whb, Vinyl flooring, heated towel rail, opaque window to the rear, extractor fan and downflow heater.
The property enjoys some fabulous outdoor living with large gardens, full-size sw deck with ample space for alfresco dining, bbq and socialising, a private drive with parking for 3-4 vehicles, a wood store and stunning rural views. New boundary fence being installed by the owners ready for sale. Loch Awe is close by with great fishing opportunities and fantastic walks on your doorstep.
Eredine is a quaint hamlet of houses with a good community spirit. Located between the village of Ford and Portsonachan on the banks of Loch Awe and can be accessed from either side depending on your destination. The glorious setting of Loch Awe, the longest inland loch in Scotland, provides excellent walking, fishing, cycling and wildlife. Kilmartin offers a pub and museum, plus visit the town of Lochgilphead, the village of Inveraray, home to the Duke and Duchess of Argyll, or take a boat trip around the islands, many with castles and graveyards to explore, in the Firth of Lorn.
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