Property history for Glencur, Tighnabruaich, Argyll, PA21 2EB

2 Bed Flat - Lower with 3 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£138,000 in November 2019

Details from last sale

in November 2019

The property

Corrigall Black are excited to present to the market Glencur a two bedroom lower villa with outstanding sea views, situated in the highly sought after village of Tighnabruaich in Argyll's Secret Coast. The property comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Set on the shore side the property... More

Corrigall Black are excited to present to the market Glencur a two bedroom lower villa with outstanding sea views, situated in the highly sought after village of Tighnabruaich in Argyll's Secret Coast. The property comprises lounge, dining room, kitchen, sunroom, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Set on the shore side the property looks out to the infamous, picturesque Kyles of Bute. The home has a beautiful front garden as well as a garden to the rear and benefits from a garage. Although in need of some modernisation, this is reflected in the asking price and as such this property provides a rare opportunity to own a great home in this incredible location at a fantastic price. With homes in this prime area in high demand and the fact that the property would also make an ideal holiday let early viewing is essential for interested parties. Location Tighnabruaich is a small, picturesque village on the West Coast of Scotland lying within the area known as Argyll's Secret Coast. The local area is perfect for exploring the outdoors with many pursuits to enjoy including walking trails, fishing and wildlife spotting. Tighnabruaich has various shops, convince store, GP practice and primary school. Numerous restaurants and cafes offer a great chance to sample an array of local produce. The area also benefits from a sailing school, golf course and popular art gallery. Glencur Porch The property is entered through double storm doors at the front of the building which open into a porch area. From here, a door leads to the hallway. Hallway The hall provides access to the two bedrooms, bathroom, lounge and dining room with kitchen and sunroom beyond. There is a cupboard with shelves perfect for storing linen and towel. A further, larger storage cupboard offers a great space for jackets, shoes, cleaning equipment and other household essentials. Bedroom 1 This good size double bedroom has a window to the front of the property offering the most stunning views to wake up to, out towards the Kyles of Bute. Bathroom The fully tiled bathroom comprises wash hand basin, toilet, bath, walk in shower and heated towel rail. A privacy window ensures the space stays bright and fresh. Bedroom 2 This is another good size double bedroom. There is a window facing out to the rear of the property. Dining room The large dining room is a brilliant space that links the kitchen and lounge making is possible to use the area in an almost open plan arrangement if desired. There is ample room for a dining table and chairs as well as storage and display furniture. Lounge The lounge benefits from a window with breathtaking views out to the water and an array of sailing boats to watch on summers days. This front facing room also benefits from an open fire and a shelved alcove provides a great place for displaying photos and collectables. Kitchen The kitchen comprises floor standing and wall mounted cabinets, worktops, stainless steel sink and space for a cooker and fridge freezer. Three windows in the room ensure the room is illuminated by natural light. There is a traditional pulley and a door from the kitchen leads to the sunroom. Sunroom This brilliant addition offers the ideal space to sit and relax in this tranquil location, regardless of the weather. If required this space could easily be utilised as a home office or gym/fitness space. There is a door from the sunroom leading directly into the back garden. Outside To the front of the property there is a beautiful garden bursting with colours from an array of bushes, plants and shrubs. There is a stone laid area ideal for sitting out making the most of the nautical scenery. The front garden also houses a green house and a garage. To the rear of the property, there is a grass area which would be perfect for hanging out washing.

  • Lounge

    3.88 m X 3.39 m / 12'9" X 11'1"

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  • Dining Room

    4.53 m X 3.34 m / 14'10" X 10'11"

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  • Kitchen

    4.24 m X 3.67 m / 13'11" X 12'0"

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  • Bedroom 1

    3.35 m X 3.29 m / 11'0" X 10'10"

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  • Bedroom 2

    3.36 m X 3 m / 11'0" X 9'10"

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  • Bathroom

    3.36 m X 1.93 m / 11'0" X 6'4"

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  • New Item

    3 m X 1.95 m / 9'10" X 6'5"

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Energy rating F

Sold property prices

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Corrigall Black - Dunoon

01369 702941

20 John Street, Dunoon, PA23 8BN

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