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Woodlands is a two bed detached timber clad chalet with stunning views over Loch Fyne from it?s elevated position in the coastal village of Strachur. Set in large grounds, the property consists of the two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), large open plan sitting / dining room, sunroom, kitchen and bathroom. Externally, the mature grounds envelop the house with the decking and garage further enhancing the property. Although in need of slight modernisation internally the chalet would make an ideal holiday or retirement home.
Woodlands is a two bed detached timber clad chalet with stunning views over Loch Fyne from it?s elevated position in the coastal village of Strachur. Set in large grounds, the property consists of the two double bedrooms (one with en-suite shower room), large open plan sitting / dining room, sunroom, kitchen and bathroom. Externally, the mature grounds envelop the house with the decking and garage further enhancing the property. Although in need of slight modernisation internally the chalet would make an ideal holiday or retirement home.Surrounded by rolling countryside and hills, and on the shores of Loch Fyne, Strachur (Gaelic for ?Valley of the Cur?, with the ?Cur? being the name of the river flowing from the hills east of the village) is situated perfectly for commuting to Dunoon, the bustling capital of Cowal, the Royal Burgh of Inveraray, or Loch Lomond but is still only little more than an hour away from Glasgow. In the immediate area there are local pubs, tea rooms, a golf course, post office, a petrol station with well stocked shop, doctors, schools and playparks. It is the perfect location from escaping from the hustle and bustle of city life, but with everything you want on your doorstep.AccommodationOpen Plan Sitting / Dining Room, Sunroom, 2 Double Bedrooms (1 En-suite Shower Room) and Bathroom.AccessAlthough there are two further entrances at the rear, the main entrance is at the front where a pathway leads to steps and on to wooden storm doors which open to the small entrance vestibule.HallwayA large glazed door with wooden frame leads you to the hallway which is carpeted, has two ceiling lights, two storage heaters, two large cupboards, the attic hatch and provides access to all rooms.Sitting / Dining Room8.54m x 3.59Lengthy bright room with terrific views of Loch Fyne and the surrounding hills and countryside through the many windows. The sitting area has an open fire, which has been temporarily blocked off, set in stone surround. Two ceiling lights, two heaters and carpet. Please note that the fire should be checked properly before use.Sunroom3.69m x 2.489mSituated off the sitting room and offers lovely views of the water and garden. Door to the back opens to the decked seating area. Ideal room to relax, have a coffee, listen to the radio or just enjoy the surroundings.Kitchen3.46m x 3.11mGood sized kitchen with ample wooden wall and base units with cream worktops. Window to the garden, part-tiled walls, vinyl flooring, strip lighting, heater and towel rail. Two alcoves for further white goods, one of which is plumbed for washing machine. Door to back garden.Bedroom 13.59m x 2.89Spacious double room overlooking the back garden and benefiting by an En-suite Shower Room (2.38m x 1.00m) comprising walk-in shower with wet wall panelling and shower curtain, WC and wash-hand basin. Part tiled walls, extractor, ceiling light and frosted window to the rear.Bedroom 23.28m x 3.08mGood sized double room with in-built wardrobes, carpet, ceiling light, heater...And beautiful views to waken up to every morning.Bathroom2.06m x 1.78mAt the rear and consisting bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Part wood panelled walls, downlights and frosted window to the rear.AtticA folding ladder drops down from the attic hatch to reveal the attic, the majority of which has been insulated. An informal bedroom has been formed in the attic.GardensThe mature gardens envelop the house and are laid mainly to lawn but with a plethora of plants, trees and shrubs throughout. A small burn trickles through the side of the gardens and there are plenty of different areas to enjoy the scenery from, including a decked seating area. Timber shed and drying area.GarageA timber garage at the entrance gate is an ideal place to either park your car or use as further storage for garden tools. There is also space directly in front of the garage to park.EPC rating: E.
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