Property SummaryA pair of conversion homes in a handsome detached villa easily restored to a single home and or offering income producing options and with views over the famous "Kyles of Bute".
Lower & Upper Glenelg are a handsome pair of conversion properties formed by a very pretty stone built detached property. The property is of white painted stone and harled finish with smooth ashlar at window mullions and doors and all under a tiled roof. The accommodation is all freshly presented and while in two separate units could be easily reconverted to form a single home. In its present form it lends itself perfect for resident owners to live in one of the properties while generating self- catering holiday rental income from the other, the convenience of on- site living makes for easy changeovers.
In recent times the property has been well maintained with regular professional maintenance and refurbishment and it displays the sensitive preservation of period features, picture rails, cornicing, fireplaces etc.
Twin leaf outer storm doors under arched fanlight to vestibule with tiled floor, opaque glazed outer door to entrance reception hallway, shelved under stairs store, good deep cloaks cupboard, comfortable sitting room with 7KW multi fuel burner on black slate hearth and fireplace, deep bay window formation with outstanding anchorage views. Formal dining room with decorative fireplace open plan to well- equipped and easily worked kitchen, door to rear gardens. Bedroom 1 with fitted mirrored bedroom furniture, shelved Edinburgh press, bedroom 2, generously proportioned refitted bath and shower room, rear inner hallway to utility room with general purpose store cupboard and wc, rear hall with door to gardens and further general- purpose store. Fixed narrow wooden staircase to useful tool and equipment stores.
Outer door to carpeted staircase leading to upper hallway, twin leaf doors to upper hallway, refitted shower room, twin leaf doors to compact utilities cupboard, stairs to broad upper hallway, sitting room with bay window formation and black open fireplace on black tiled hearth, good sized breakfasting fitted kitchen with airing cupboard and hot tank, bedroom 1 with arched fan light window, bedroom 2, bedroom 3 with access hatch to loft space.
Stone built general purpose store, garden and boating equipment store, boiler house, garage with concrete floor and up and over door, main house sub floor cellarage.
Twin gate piers to gravel surfaced driveway to good vehicle hard standing area. Lawns flank the driveway with stocked beds and borders which feature lavender, irises, hydrangea, rhodendrons and yucca palms. Steps at the rear lead to the garage with rear lawns and drying green, level rear gravel driveway to garage, garden is bound by stone walls, deer fence at extreme rear, personal gate in- side wall.
Mains water supply, LPG heating, double glazing, drainage by direct outflow.
Mains water supply, electric wet radiator thermostatic heating, double glazing, drainage by direct outflow.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Argyll & Bute Council
Lower Glenelg is in council tax band D and the amount payable for 2019/2020 is £1514.39 to include mains water and to exclude sewage.
Upper Glenelg is in council tax band C and the amount payable for 2019/2020 is £1346.12 to include mains water and to exclude sewage.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to the selling agents Robb Residential, 150 St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5NE. A closing date for offers may be fixed and prospective purchasers are advised to register their interest with the selling agents in order to be kept fully informed of any closing date that may be fixed.
Details prepared and photographs taken in June 2019.
Fixtures & Fittings
All items normally known as owners fixtures and fittings, including garden ornaments and statuary, are specifically excluded from the sale. However, certain items, including furniture may be available to a purchaser in addition, by separate negotiation.
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From Glasgow city centre leave in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway. Continue for 21 miles to arrive at Port Glasgow. Follow signs Greenock and Gourock on the A770 for 8 miles to reach the Western Ferry terminal at McInroys Point. Take the ferry to Hunters Quay Dunoon. Leave the terminal and turn right on the A815 through Sandbank. After 3.5 miles turn left on to the B836. Travel for 11 miles before turning right on to the A886. Travel for 1.5 miles then turn left onto the A8003. Travel for 7 miles to reach Tighnabruaich. Proceed to the foreshore junction with the B8000 and turn left along the coastal road. Continue for 1.2 miles to find Glenelg on the left- hand side.
Alternatively, from Glasgow proceed in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway for about 15 miles taking junction 30 onto the Erskine Bridge. Turn left off the bridge on the A82 and continue for about 25 miles to reach Tarbet. Continue to the left at Tarbet onto the A83 and proceed through Arrochar for a further 13 miles. Turn left onto the A815 and travel for 10 miles to Strachur. At Strachur turn right onto A886 and travel for 15 miles. Turn right on to the A8003. Travel for 7 miles to reach Tighnabruaich. On arrival in the Village, follow directions above.
Glenelg is situated in the picturesque coastal village of Tighnabruaich on the west coast of Scotland. The house is located at the northern end of the village in an area known locally as Rhubaan. The house is set amid mature sheltered gardens and from its slightly elevated position there are quite exceptional views out over the sheltered Tighnabruaich anchorage and beyond to the water and landscape known as the Kyles of Bute and on to the Island of Bute beyond.
Tighnabruaich is a well-known and sheltered anchorage with moorings that are always lively- with the comings and goings of resident and passing boating and yachting craft. One of its highlights must surely be the regular berthing of the famous Waverley, reputed to be the worlds last sea going paddle steamer. Always a sight to behold as she berths at Tighnabruaich pier with day trippers.
The village centre is a comfortable and level walk and offers a Doctors surgery and local amenities that cater for everyday needs and requirements. A bus service runs from Tighnabruaich to both Rothesay and Dunoon.
The city of Glasgow is 55 miles distant (via a pleasant boat crossing to Gourock) and has numerous retail districts and all the higher educational, cultural and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre.
Tighnabruaich has a reputable and award- winning primary school and secondary is available at Dunoon Grammar.
The area is famous for its dramatic natural scenic beauty; yachtsmen and women the world over sail through the scenic Kyles from the Clyde marinas and on through the Crinan canal and out to the Hebridean islands. A new marina and restaurant complex at Portavadie, 4 miles to the west and offers facilities such as a leisure centre with indoor and outdoor infinity pool and beauty treatment rooms. Portavadie also hosts facilities supporting great mountain bike trails in the area.
The area offers much in the way of relaxing outdoor pursuits. Tighnabruaich Golf Club is a scenic and challenging 9-hole golf course. There is tennis and inevitably, a famous sailing school.
Sea, river and loch fishing are also available in the area, as are a number of commercially run shoots. Some of the local estates allow stalking by arrangement.
Tighnabruaich lies on Argylls Secret Coast, which stretches from Strachur at the top of Loch Fyne round the coast to Colintraive. It is an area of stunning natural beauty where there are countless opportunities to discover peaceful locations. Nearby activities include walks in forests or along the coast, fishing, kayaking or sailing and enjoying the wildlife.