A pretty detached coastal house in mature, sheltered, woodland grounds on the edge of Loch Gilp
Little Fascadale is a distinctive and admired house of Ardrishaig, it was completed some 30 years ago and its external appearance belies its true age having been completed in charming period style. The house is of white painted harled finish with window mullions and door frames and lintels picked out in contrasting black paint, the whole is under a slated roof. The house provides excellent family accommodation laid out over two light, bright and easily managed levels.
The house stands in well screened mature garden grounds which for the most part are grass and feature a number of tall semi ancient native trees and feature a sheltered woodland backdrop.
Outer front door to entrance vestibule, door with bevelled glass to entrance reception hallway, useful under stairs store, cloakroom and wc, comfortable sitting room with feature stone fireplace at focal point with warming multi fuel stove, twin leaf French doors lead to rear gardens. Formal dining room with connecting door leading to remodelled and refitted kitchen completed in matching white units with a stylish open plan convenient breakfast room, rear door to covered canopy, family room or TV den/snug.
Staircase leading to good sized first floor hallway, access to part floored and insulated roof space via retractable ladder, airing cupboard with hot tank and slatted shelving, bedroom 1 with dressing room, fitted wardrobes and en suite shower room, bedroom 2 with double fitted wardrobes, bedroom 3 with double fitted wardrobes, main family bath and shower room.
Good covered rear canopy walkway to utility room with door to former garage now offering good garden equipment and machinery stores. Timber Wendy house, 3 x well vented log stores.
Shared bell mouth entry to black top access spur leading to Little Fascadale. Timber county style gate and fence to granolithic chip driveway fronted by beech hedge over low stone wall. The driveway leads through an avenue of tall mature trees which include Yew, Lime, Beech and Horse Chestnut. A well pruned hedge leads to level and well-kept lawns, central to which, is the driveway leading to a block paved vehicle hard standing in front of the former garage. Mature evergreen and beech hedging form the side boundaries. Gardens at the rear include a flagged terrace with dwarf wall supporting a mature rear lawn. Rear boundaries are defined by post and rail fencing, laurel hedging and at the extreme rear the gardens break into an area of semi ancient native woodland under planted with rhododendrons.
Little Fascadale is situated in a pretty coastal location in the ribbon settlement of Ardrishaig at the head of Loch Gilp.
From the property through the trees, there are easterly aspects over the seascape of Loch Gilp, Loch Fyne and beyond to the Cowal Hills.
Ardrishaig village is about 0.75 miles to the north of Little Fascadale where there are a range of local shops which cater for everyday requirements and a primary school. There is a regular bus service to Glasgow.
Lochgilphead is 2 miles away where there are supermarkets, independent shops and professional services. There is a new primary/high school in Lochgilphead and tertiary education is available through Argyll College. There is a new hospital and integrated health centre. A golf course, bowling green, swimming pool and sports centre are also located in Lochgilphead.
The Crinan Canal is nearby, with Crinan harbour and its sheltered yacht mooring within an 8 miles distance providing ready access to the Hebrides and some of the most beautiful scenery in the Scottish West Highlands. The area offers much in the way of outdoor pursuits, including water sports such as sailing and canoeing, on and off road cycle routes and walks. Sea, river and loch fishing are also available.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage by septic tank, oil fired central heating supported by multi fuel stove in the sitting room, double glazing.
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