Cluny

Inveraray, Argyll and Bute , PA32 8YB
< £165,000

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A pretty semi-detached property, located on the front of the mid Argyllshire ribbon settlement of Minard on the edge of Loch Fyne.

Description
Cluny provides light and bright easily managed accommodation over two levels; the house is very nicely finished inside and externally is of exposed stone construction and all under a dark grey Welsh slate roof. The house is perfectly set up for principal family living. Inveraray and the Loch Fyne coastline are also well-known west of Scotland holiday and short break destinations. Therefore, offer scope as a second/holiday home or as an income producing investment proposition.

Storm doors to entrance vestibule, entrance hallway, formal sitting room with 2 x sash windows to front, 1 x exposed Edinburgh press, capped fireplace, door to kitchen come dining room, Belfast sink, Montrose multi-fuel burner. French doors to conservatory, door to side gardens, from the kitchen to utility room, en-suite shower room, additional door to rear gardens.

Carpeted staircase to first floor landing, shelved linen cupboard which houses the boiler, bedroom 1 (master) with 2 x double fitted walk in wardrobes, 1 x window to front. Bedroom 2 with 1 x window to side gardens, 1 x velux window, tripled fitted wardrobe space, family bathroom with bath and overhead shower, 2 x velux windows.

Outbuildings
Detached timber clad general-purpose garden shed.

Gardens
White painted stone piers to private driveway, vehicular turning and hard standing. Front gardens mainly to lawn, gravel extends around the left-hand side of the property to an alfresco dining area at the rear. Rear gardens are flanked by well-tended mature lawns, numerous specimen trees, bushes and well stocked beds and borders. The gardens are colourful and inviting and are bound by a well-maintained post and rail fence to one side and a stone wall to the other, which combine to provide privacy and seclusion.

Situation
Cluny is a pretty semi detached property, located on the front of the mid Argyllshire ribbon settlement of Minard just off the A83. The house enjoys uninterrupted and often dramatic views across Loch Fyne from the north west corner of Achagoyle Bay.

Minard is located midway between Inveraray and Lochgilphead and has a primary school and church. The village of Furnace is about 3.5 miles to the north of Minard and has a shop/post office, primary school and health centre. Inveraray (12 miles to the north-east) and Lochgilphead (13 miles to the south-west) provide an excellent range of further local amenities, shops and professional services. The district is well served by both primary and secondary education with FE/HE college learning centre in the latter.

Glasgow, about 75 miles away, offers a full range of higher and further education services, as well as all the cultural and professional services normally connected with a major city. The A83 and A82 offer swift access to central Scotland with the closest rail link at Arrochar (34 miles) providing access to the main west coast line to Glasgow. The village is also served by a bus service which allows connections to Glasgow, Campbeltown and Oban via Inveraray or Lochgilphead.

The locality of Loch Fyne-side offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits including cross-country cycle routes, hill walks and challenging climbs; Brainport Heritage Trail and Solar Alignment just a short walk along the shores of Loch Fyne towards Minard Castle; the famous Crarae National Trust Gardens; events and entertainment in Minard and Furnace village halls; a cross-country drive to Loch Awe; and Auchindrain Museum reached by the river Leacainn Walk out of Furnace.

Mid-Argyll presents some of the most dramatic seascapes and landscapes on the West Coast. Sea, river and loch fishing is easily available, as are a number of organised private and commercial low ground shoots as well as deer-stalking. There are excellent opportunities for boating/yachting on Loch Fyne, leading not only to the Clyde estuary but also to the Crinan Canal across the Mull of Kintyre to the Hebrides and the Atlantic. The Lochgair and Minard Moorings Group offer mooring opportunities for prospective boat owners