Property Details

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Detached ‘upside down’ house with spectacular loch and country views from its elevated position. ‘Tighban’ has been upgraded internally in recent years and comprises spacious open-plan living on the upper floor and three bedrooms and shower room on the lower floor. Externally, a timber balcony stretches from the back to the front of the property and offers a private area to enjoy the beautiful surroundings and vista whilst off-road parking, a good sized cellar and lawned area further add to the appeal. This would be an ideal acquisition for anyone looking for a family or holiday home or for those wishing to purchase a lucrative holiday let.

The picturesque village of Tighnabruaich sits on the Kyles of Bute and is famous for its scenic beauty and sailing waters. The village benefits from small local independent retailers as well as a post office, bank, hotels, cafes and restaurants. The world renowned steamer, PS Waverley, also regularly berths at the pier. The wider area boasts a golf course, tennis court, children’s play area, sailing clubs and the ever expanding, and growing in stature, Portavadie Marina.

Lower Floor – Three Bedrooms, Shower Room and Vestibule
Upper Floor – Open Plan Living / Dining / Kitchen

Tighban can be found by driving through the village, past the row of shops and the pier until you come to a lane which is flanked by two properties named ‘Sherbrook’ and ‘Ravenswood’. The house is on the left hand side and is partially concealed by the trees in front of it.

Entrance Vestibule
1.78m x 1.35m
5.10” X 4’6”
The entrance vestibule is off the driveway and has tiled flooring, radiator, window to the side, a cupboard which houses the boiler and an internal wooden door to the hallway.

Lower Hallway
The long hallway is carpeted, has windows to the rear, downlights, two radiators, utility cupboard which is plumbed for a washing machine, and leads to the three bedrooms and the shower room.

Bedroom 1
3.60m x 3.00m
11’10” X 9’11”
The first of three double bedrooms, all of which have windows to the front offering sea and country views. This particular bedroom has a storage cupboard and well as being carpeted and having ceiling light and radiator.

Bedroom 2
3.60m x 2.10m
11’10” X 6’11”
Situated in between Bedroom 1 and the Shower Room, this is the smallest of the bedrooms but still large enough for a double bed and bedroom furniture. Carpet, ceiling light and radiator.

Bedroom 3
4.40m x 2.90m
14’6” X 9’7”
At the end of the hallway. Carpet, two radiators and ceiling light.

Shower Room
2.20m x 1.75m
7’3” X 5’9”
Contemporary shower room with walk-in corner cubicle, white WC and wash-hand basin. Fully tiled walls, ceiling light, radiator, chrome heated towel rail and extractor.

Carpeted staircase with white wooden handrail ascends from the lower hallway to the open-plan living accommodation on the upper floor.

Open Plan Living
9.50m x 4.80m
31’2” X 15’9”
Fabulous long and sociable room which has truly stunning views through the lounge and kitchen sections. At one end the lounge is spacious, easily accommodating large furniture whilst at the other the dining section is adjacent to the modern kitchen. Also at the kitchen side is a side door which takes you out to the balcony.

The wooden balcony stretches from the back where there is ample space for a large table and chairs, round the side and on to the front of the house where there is room for a further table and chairs; an ideal place to relax and enjoy the surroundings. The decking can also be reached by a staircase off the driveway. At the rear a sloping lawned area is bordered by shrubs and a fence and the cellar is underneath the decking.

Most of the furniture, fittings are white goods are available for private purchase.

EPC rating: F.

  • Detached Property
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Spectacular Views
  • ‘Upside Down’ House
  • Garden and Balcony
  • Off-Road Parking
  • Open-Plan Living
  • Modern Kitchen
  • LPG Heating
  • Family or Holiday Home
  • Council Tax Band: E
Floor Plan