Property Details

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Beautiful cedar wood detached bungalow in the most enviable of settings on the shores of Loch Fyne in the coastal village of Strachur. Built around 1965, ‘Grianaig’ comprises a comfortable loch-facing sitting room with solid fuel fire, a spacious dining kitchen, three double bedrooms, one of which is currently being used as a TV room / office and also benefits by an open fire, and 4-piece family bathroom. Front and rear vestibules complete the interior of the bungalow whilst the very generous gardens have been lovingly landscaped and maintained and boast plenty of seating areas, lawns, vegetable plots and a plethora of trees, plants and shrubs adding further colour and character. A large garage / workshop and greenhouse add to the appeal. Given the location, views, gardens and house itself this will undoubtedly generate a lot of interest so early viewing is highly recommended.

Surrounded by rolling countryside and hills, on the shores of Loch Fyne, Strachur is situated perfectly for commuting to Dunoon, the Royal Burgh of Inveraray, or Loch Lomond, but is still only little more than an hour's drive away from Glasgow. Strachur boasts a well-known Inn offering accommodation, restaurant and lounge bar, a Medical Centre with in-house pharmacy, Post Office with well stocked shop and tea room, retail service station, a vibrant community hall and a primary school with secondary school in Dunoon. The Loch Lomond & Cowal Way is Scotland's most diverse, long distance footpath, available to cyclists, walkers and horse riders. It passes through Strachur and some of the most dramatic scenery in the West Highlands, eventually linking up with the West Highland Way.

Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, TV Lounge / Bedroom, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Front Vestibule and Rear Porch

Grianaig can be found on the Strathlachlan side of the shore road.

A gated driveway off shore road sweeps up to the front and side of the property. Wooden storm doors open to a small vestibule where a UPVC / frosted glass, door leads to the hallway.

The welcoming T-shaped hallway leads to all rooms within the property and benefits by three cupboards, two ceiling lights, carpet and heater.

Sitting Room
5.00m x 4.40m
16’5” x 14’6”
Comfortable and homely sitting room with stunning views of Loch Fyne through the bay windows to the front plus the additional window at the side. An open fire provides a lovely focal point as well as keeping the house cosy in winter.

Lounge / Study / Bedroom 3
4.25m x 3.50m
14’0” x 11’6”
Versatile room at the rear with windows to the back and side and another open fire. The current owners use the room as a TV Room / Study but it could also be a third double bedroom.

Dining Kitchen
4.90m x 2.75m
16’1” x 9’1”
Good sized dining kitchen comprising solid wood wall and base units with integrated oven, grill, hob with extractor hood over. Ample room for further white goods and a family dining table and chairs. Dual aspect windows, downlights and a strip light, laminate flooring and access to the attic. The rear porch is a handy area for outdoor wear and offers direct access to the back garden.

Bedroom 1
4.40m x 4.40m
14’6” x 14’6”
Spacious master bedroom at the front with the most gorgeous of views to waken up to every morning. Double inbuilt wardrobes with sliding doors, carpet, ceiling light, heater and plenty of room for a large bed and bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 2
4.25m x 3.40m
14’0” x 11’2”
Second double bedroom, this time at the rear overlooking the garden and the trees and countryside beyond.

2.30m x 2.10m
7’7” x 6’11”
Four-piece bathroom comprising walk-in cubicle with electric shower, bath, WC and wash-hand basin in storage unit. Fully tiled walls and floor, heater, ceiling light, extractor and opaque window to the rear.

The property boasts large front and back gardens, both of which have been lovingly maintained. The front garden is bound by a stone wall to the shore road and privacy hedging to the sides and is absolutely beautiful when in bloom. The back garden has something for everyone with lawn, seating areas, vegetable plots, fruit trees and a greenhouse, all of which back on to the beautiful countryside at the rear.

Driveway and Garage / Workshop
A long, gated, driveway sweeps from the shore road to the front and side of the house and is met by a large timber garage / workshop, which has power and lighting.

Mains Water
Mains Drainage
Electric Heating and Two Open Fires
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
Grianaig is in Council Tax Band D.

Home Report
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.

Strictly by appointment with Waterside Property Ltd.

Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to Waterside Property Ltd.

Council tax band: D, Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E

  • Cedar Wood Bungalow
  • Stunning Lochside Setting
  • Two / Three Bedrooms
  • Two / Three Reception Rooms
  • Beautiful Gardens with Outhouses
  • Two Solid Fuel Fires
  • Driveway with Garage / Workshop
  • Sought After Location
  • Ideal Home to Retire in
  • Superb Holiday Home
  • Council Tax Band: D

No Floor Plan available