Delightfully quaint cottage on the shores of Loch Fyne in the popular village of Strachur. This deceptively spacious cottage has a sitting room and dining kitchen on the lower floor and two double bedrooms and the bathroom on the upper floor. With a loch facing patio garden this will undoubtedly appeal to anyone looking for a cosy holiday home in a beautiful part of the world.
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.
Lower Floor – Sitting Room and Dining Kitchen
Upper Floor – Two Double Bedrooms and Bathroom
Situated on the shore road at the junction of the section of road that heads towards Glendaruel.
A black wooden external door opens to the welcoming hallway which is carpeted, has a radiator, ceiling light, under-stairs storage and leads to the sitting room, dining kitchen and stairs to the upper floor.
5.20m x 2.80m
Homely sitting room with loch and country views through the front window and greenery from the window at the back. The cosy open fire, which is set in a brick / wood surround and tiled hearth, has a back boiler which feeds the radiators, thus keeping the cottage comfortable throughout.
5.20m x 2.80m
Bright and sociable with well appointed kitchen at the back with country style wall and base units, integrated oven / grill and hob. Plumbed for washing machine and dishwasher and with ample space for a fridge freezer. A window looks out to the greenery at the back and a door opens to the communal access path. At the front of the room, at the loch-facing window, there is plenty of space for a good sized family table and chairs.
Carpeted staircase winds to the upper hallway which has nice pastel walls and neutral carpet. A large Velux ensures that plenty of natural light floods in. Both bedrooms and the bathroom are accessed from the hallway.
5.20m x 2.80 (at widest points)
Good sized double room with in-built wardrobe and desk / vanity unit. Window to the front and Velux to the rear, carpet, ceiling light and radiator.
Bedroom 2 (at widest points)
5.20m x 2.80
Very similar to Bedroom 1 although the current owner has two single beds in this room rather than a double bed.
2.21m x 2.21m
The bathroom comprises bath, WC, wash-hand basin, heated towel rail, wall mounted heater and partially opaque window to the front.
Gardens and Parking
The front path bisects two small patio areas, ideal for sitting outside and enjoying the stunning setting. At the back there is a common access path with a wood / coal storage shed. There is plenty of space to park directly in front of the cottage.
Most of the furniture and white goods are available for private purchase or may be included in the sale price. Personal items will be removed by the vendor.
EPC rating: F.