- Surrounded by lovely woodland views
- Spacious and modern living accommodation
- Two reception rooms with feature stove to the lounge
- 3 Bedrooms (master en-suite)
- Family bathroom
- Double glazing / Large detached garage and significant parking
- Energy Performance Rating D (63)
The property sits in approximately acre of grounds surrounded by an abundance of wildlife and woodland scenery. This detached 3-bedroom bungalow was originally built around 1998 and spans approximately 114 square metres.
DESCRIPTION: This detached 3-bedroom bungalow was originally built around 1998 and spans approximately 114 square metres. The property sits in grounds which are surrounded by an abundance of wildlife and woodland scenery. The property is in good order through-out and has been designed to take full advantage of both light and views. With its neutral decor ;cor this lovely property forms a clean and contemporary family home which benefits from substantial living accommodation, modern fitted kitchen, feature stove to the lounge, a dining room, which could be utilized as a 4th bedroom, double glazing and a large detached garage. Accommodation Comprises: Entrance porch, inner hallway, lounge, dining room fitted kitchen, utility room, 3 bedrooms (master en-suite) and family bathroom. ENTRANCE PORCH: 2.01m x 1.59m Windows to either side of the porch and tile effect vinyl flooring. LOUNGE: 7.42m x 4.29m (at longest x widest) Front facing room enjoying dual aspect woodland views. A feature of the room is the wood burning stove. Laminate flooring and two storage cupboards. DINING ROOM: 3.23m x 2.97m Situated off the lounge, laminate flooring and serving hatch to kitchen FITTED KITCHEN: 3.92m x 2.76m Modern fitted kitchen with a variety of wall, drawer and base units with co-ordinating worktops and laminate flooring. UTILITY ROOM: 2.83m x 1.63m Accessed from the rear of the property. Sink, drainer, base cabinets and shelving. Space for kitchen appliances. BEDROOM 1: 3.19m x 3.06m Front facing enjoying hillside views. Built in wardrobes with sliding doors. Laminate flooring and wall heater. BEDROOM 2 3.06m x 2.80m Rear facing, built in cupboard houses the water tank. Laminate flooring and wall heater. BEDROOM 3: 4.28m x 3.60m Front facing, spacious room with 2 sets of built in wardrobes with glass sliding doors. Laminate flooring and wall heater. EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM: 2.77m x 1.60m Large shower cubicle with wet wall finish, heated towel rail, shaver unit and vinyl flooring. FAMILY BATHROOM: 2.81m x 2.m Bath with shower and folding side screen over. Part tiled walls, dimplex heater, extractor, vinyl flooring. EXTERNALLY The property sits in just under 3/4 acre of woodland surrounded by mature trees. The River Roy runs parallel with the properties boundary where there is an access path for anglers. To the rear is a small shed, a log store and an outside tap. Substantial parking leads to a detached garage that has lighting, power, plumbing and shelving. It should be noted that there is a planning application for the erection of a house on an adjacent plot. DIRECTIONS: 8A BRAEROY ROAD, ROY BRIDGE PH31 4AJ Travelling North from Fort William on the A82, turn right at the Spean Bridge Woollen Mill. Continue on the (A86) until reaching Roy Bridge, at the cafe/bus terminal on your left take the single-track road (Braeroy Road) pass the church by approx 200 metres and 8A is on your right. 8A is signed at the start of the access track to the property. On reaching the sign 8A, drive down the track and continue until reaching the metal gates at the end of the track where 8A is situated. LOCATION/AMENITIES: Roy Bridge is a small village, that lies at the joining of the River Roy and River Spean located on the A86 just 3 miles east of Spean Bridge in the Scottish Highlands. Roy Bridge is a small community that offers a range of facilities to include a cafe, hotels and a bar with further facilities and amenities available at nearby Spean Bridge. Also, home to an unmanned railway station on the line to Fort William. There are road links to Fort William and Inverness with a regular bus service. Spean Bridge is an attractive and well-equipped village, with a well-stocked shop, primary school, woollen mill, hotels, bars, cafe and restaurants. Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber and is known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK. The town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of tourist attractions including the Caledonian Canal, Ben Nevis, Glen Nevis and the Great Glen and has developed an enviable reputation for providing all manner of outdoor pursuits including skiing, hill walking, mountain biking and sailing to name but a few. There is a variety of supermarkets, shops, a library, museum, tourist information centre and railway station with links to Mallaig, Inverness, Glasgow, and Edinburgh as well as the overnight sleeper to London.
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Guide price £275,000
Situated in a tranquil hamlet surrounded by stunning west highland scenery the property was originally built around 1996 this beautiful detached 3 bedroomed bungalow spans approximately 133 sq m.Full details Save to shortlist