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Property Details

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom
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Unique early 19th century detached cottage in idyllic setting in the village of Glendaruel in the heart of the Cowal countryside. Brimming with character, the cosy property has been upgraded in recent times and comprises three bedrooms, lounge with multi-fuel stove, dining room, kitchen and family bathroom. The spacious grounds include a recently constructed BBQ hut which would comfortably fit 10 people, and further benefits include the new top-of-range water filtration system and private septic tank. This is truly a one-off property and would make a perfect holiday home or a lucrative holiday let and should be seen to be fully appreciated.

Glendaruel is a peaceful village nestled in the rolling hills and countryside of Cowal and is the perfect place to enjoy the quiet life away from the hustle of city living, but with benefit of having larger villages like Strachur, on the shore of Loch Fyne, and Tighnabruaich on the Kyles of Bute, nearby. Dunoon, Cowal’s capital town, is only about half an hour away. Glasgow can be reached by road in approximately an hour. In the Glendaruel and Strachur area there are pubs, tea rooms, a petrol station with shop, doctors, schools and playparks.

Accommodation
Lower Floor – Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom and Bedroom 3
Upper Floor – Two Bedrooms and Music / Reading Area

Entrance
Entrance to the property is by way of the large, impressive wooden door situated at the front of the building, reached by a pathway from the driveway.

Hallway
5.74m x 1.93m
18’10” x 6’4”
The hallway has laminate flooring, wall mounted heater, two ceiling lights and provides access to the lounge, dining room, bathroom and upstairs, via the winding stairway. The room has a handy storage cupboard and is well lit by the gothic-style windows.

Lounge
3.78m x 3.50m
12’5” x 11’6”
The lounge has two windows, ceiling light, carpet, wall-mounted heater and is kept cosy by the multi-fuel stove. The single bedroom is off the lounge making it ideal for children or those who struggle with stairs.

Dining Room
4.20m x 3.82m
13’10” x 12’7”
Extremely well lit due to the dual aspect features windows. Boasting a cosy open fire, carpet, ceiling light, wall-mounted heater and ample space for a table and chairs.

Kitchen
3.38m x 2.92m
11’1” x 9’7”
Recently fitted kitchen with country-style wall and base units with darker worktops and splashback. Integrated oven / grill with hob and extractor hood over and space for white goods with plumbing for a washing machine. The window is situated over the sink and looks out to the surrounding countryside.

Bathroom
3.05m x 2.17m
10’1” x 7’2”
Modern suite comprising bath with electric shower over and sliding screen, WC and wash-hand basin with storage unit under. Dark laminate flooring, wet-wall panelling throughout, ceiling light, decent storage cupboard and frosted window to the rear.

Music / Reading Area
2.86m x 1.98m
9’5” x 6’6”
Situated at the top of the winding staircase, and behind a safety gate, is a peaceful music or reading area. Ceiling light and window to the side.

Bedroom 1
4.20m x 3.20m
13’10” x 10’6”
Good sized double room with back and side windows offering plenty of light. Lovely views of the gardens and the neighbouring scenery. Carpet, ceiling light, heater and plenty of space for a large bed and bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 2
4.20m x 3.20m
13’10” x 10’6”
Mirror image of Bedroom 1. Both rooms are of a good size, bright, airy and comfortable.

Bedroom 3
2.93m x 2.78m
9’8” x 9’2”
Situated off the lounge and would make an ideal children’s or guest bedroom. Carpet, ceiling light and window to the side.

Gardens and Parking
The lodge benefits by having spacious gardens with the BBQ Hut (3.85m x 3.45m / 12’8” x 11’4”) being the main feature. Constructed in very recent years, the hut seats 10 – 12 people and offers a perfect area for socialising and enjoying the benefits of al-fresco eating either out on the decking, or inside the warm and cosy hut. The rest of the garden is made up of lawn, patio areas, shrubs and trees. There is also a private parking area off the shared (but rarely used) driveway to the ‘big house’. A gentle stream trickles by the opposite side of the driveway and is set off the quiet road between Glendaruel and Strachur.

Misc.
The current owners installed a modern and very efficient water filtration system to ensure that the private water supply is always fresh and clean.
The property also benefits by a private septic tank, which is situated at the other side of the driveway.

EPC rating: F.

  • 19th Century Cottage
  • Idyllic Location
  • Set in Spacious Grounds
  • Recently Upgraded
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Gothic Style Features
  • New Water Filtration System
  • Septic Tank
  • Stunning Holiday Home
  • Council Tax Band: C
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