Corrigall Black are delighted to present to the market this fantastic four bedroom bungalow with stunning sea views situated in the sought after village of Ardentinny just 13 miles from the town of Dunoon. The house comprises living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms (one en suite) and bathroom. The warm manageable home is accompanied by generous...
Corrigall Black are delighted to present to the market this fantastic four bedroom bungalow with stunning sea views situated in the sought after village of Ardentinny just 13 miles from the town of Dunoon. The house comprises living room, kitchen, 4 bedrooms (one en suite) and bathroom. The warm manageable home is accompanied by generous front and rear gardens, driveway with parking and a good sized garage. Set in Ardenfield, a friendly loop of bungalows, the property on offer benefits from its elevated position which provides outstanding views across Loch Long. The house is in excellent condition and would make a perfect family home while equally being ideal for those looking to downsize or purchase a superb holiday retreat.
Ardentinny is an attractive, idyllic village set on the shores of Loch Long, approximately half an hour from the town of Dunoon. There is a regular bus service to and from Dunoon. The village offers great potential for making the most of the outdoors with delightful walks on offer to suit everyone from serious hill walkers to those wanting to enjoy a short family stroll. For sailors the Holy Loch Sailing Club and marina are situated in the nearby sandbank. Ardentinny itself also offers a beach with picnic area, bowling green and various social activities in the village hall. The neighbouring Blairmore has an art gallery and coffee shop. The nearby village of Strone has a primary school and golf club along with other amenities such as a shop, Post Office and a hotel with traditional pub.
Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and is just over an hours commuting distance to the centre of Glasgow. Argyll Ferries run a passenger service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central. Western Ferries run a more frequent vehicle service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point. The town has a secondary school, leisure centre, two supermarkets, various unique shops, restaurants, 18-hole golf course and cinema.
From the road a mono-block driveway runs up to the front of the house where a path leads to a covered area with tiled floor and pretty arches that beautifully frame the view out to Loch Long. From here the wide front door opens into a useful carpeted porch with plenty of room for hanging coats and jackets and storing outdoor footwear and umbrellas. The space has lighting and a further door opens into the hallway of the property.
The L shaped hallways provides access to all the other rooms of the house and is set out in a way that allows space for furniture, ideal for extra storage if needed. The hallway is carpeted, has two wall mounted radiators and from here there is a hatch to the partially floored loft which offers further ample storage.
This generous living room benefits from large dual aspect windows. The expansive window to the front of the property has stunning views over Loch Long which provides an ever moving scene of fishing boats, yachts and other marine traffic along with spectacular changes in light throughout the day. The views are perfect to lose yourself in on even the coldest winter's day. The room is carpeted and has two wall mounted radiators.
This generous kitchen has wall mounted and floor standing cupboards, with worktops, tiled splash backs, and space for cooker, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. Dual aspect windows, one to the side and two to the back of the property, flood the room with light and the side window sits over the sink offering idyllic garden views to enjoy while washing the dishes. A door to the side of the property is ideally situated to allow access for hanging out washing or for enjoying outdoor dining. The kitchen has plenty of space to allow a dining table and chairs. A built in cupboard houses the hot water tank with useful space above ideal for storing towels.
Situated to the front of the house this double size bedroom benefits from more of the enviable sea views. Built in mirrored wardrobes offer ample storage space and the room is carpeted.
The bathroom has a, once again fashionable, colored suite which is a delicate pink shade and comprises bath, sink and toilet. A window brings in plenty of light and there is a heated towel rail and partial wall tiling.
Another double size bedroom this room is at the rear of the property with a window overlooking the back garden. The room is carpeted and there is a built in mirrored wardrobe.
This room is currently used as a study. There is a patio door which opens out to the back garden. A ramp from the door runs out to a patio and in to the garden.
This carpeted bedroom has a window to the front of the property with delightful sea views. There is a built in mirrored wardrobe and the room benefits from an en suite wetroom.
En suite wet-room
This extremely useful, modern room comprises toile
4.92 m X 4.8 m / 16'2" X 15'9"
4.8 m X 4.01 m / 15'9" X 13'2"
4.11 m X 3.03 m / 13'6" X 9'11"
3.48 m X 2.41 m / 11'5" X 7'11"
3.54 m X 2.41 m / 11'7" X 7'11"
3 m X 2.86 m / 9'10" X 9'5"
2.41 m X 1.7 m / 7'11" X 5'7"
3 m X 1.08 m / 9'10" X 3'7"
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