Offering an appealing home or rental investment with a charming village setting, this one-bedroom flat lies just seconds walk from Tarberts picturesque harbour, forming part of a traditional stone-built building with access to a sunny communal garden. The home is presented with neutral interiors throughout.
• Central harbour village location
• Traditional second-floor flat
• Entrance hall
• Open-plan kitchen & living/dining room
• Sunny double bedroom with walk-in wardrobe
• Shower room with storage
• South-facing communal garden
• On street parking
• EH & DG
Reached via a communal entrance and stairwell, the flats front door opens into a hall flowing through to a bright open-plan room, benefiting from hillside views, and incorporating a kitchen alongside a carpeted space for lounge and dining furniture. The contemporary monochrome kitchen is fitted with attractive Shaker-inspired cabinetry, a worktop and goods comprising: an integrated electric oven and hob, and a freestanding fridge freezer [TBC by client] and a washing machine. Enjoying a quiet rear-facing position, with a sunny southwest-facing aspect, is a carpeted double bedroom adjoined by a walk-in wardrobe offering excellent storage. Finally, completing the accommodation on offer is a shower room replete with a WC, a wash basin, a shower enclosure, and a built-in cupboard. The property is electrically heated and double glazed throughout.
Externally, the flat benefits from access to a communal lawned rear garden, with a sunny aspect. There is parking on the surrounding streets.
This property is being sold in its present condition and no warranty will be given to any purchaser with regard to the existence or condition of the services or any heating or other system within the property.
Tarbert, on Loch Fyne, is a fishing village and popular tourist destination famed for its seafood. In the summer, it is host to Scotlands largest sailing regatta, the Scottish Series, along with a nine hole golf course. There are regular ferry services from Tarbert to Islay, Jura and Colonsay. There is also a service between Tarbert and Portavadie on the Cowal peninsula, offering an alternative route, via Dunoon, to Glasgow. There is also a ferry from Claonaig to Arran and a daily flight from Machrihanish, near Campbeltown, to Glasgow. There are two major golf courses at Machrihanish and, for field sports enthusiasts, the area offers numerous fishing lochs, stalking and shooting.
Lochgilphead provides a variety of amenities and shops including a sports centre and library, as well as the main primary and secondary schools.
Campbeltown has an extensive range of shops and services including a swimming pool, secondary school and a number of supermarkets. It is famous for its whiskies; at one time there were 30 distilleries in the town!