- Popular location in close proximity to primary school
- Walking distance of the town centre
- Detached bungalow with Double Glazing
- Three bedrooms
- Fitted Kitchen-Diner / Bathroom / Shower room
- Beautiful well- tended and significant garden ground
- Energy Performance Rating E-53
Originally built around 1982 and spans approximately 96sq m, this detached bungalow sits in an elevated position enjoying views towards Loch Linnhe and the hillside beyond.
The property has spacious living accommodation and partial electric central heating via storage and panel heaters. Benefits include double glazing, ample storage throughout, primarily in the form of cupboards in the hallway and fitted wardrobes to the bedrooms which all have carpet flooring. This is a well maintained and substantial family home.
Externally is a large shed, a detached garage and gravel driveway which provides off-road parking. This significant and well-tended garden is on level ground and with the appropriate consents, it could incorporate a letting lodge or glamping pods.
Accommodation compromises: Entrance and side porch, Kitchen—diner, Lounge, family bathroom, shower room and three bedrooms.
ENTRANCE PORCH: 1.51m x 0.92m (4’11” x 3’00”)
STORAGE CUPBOARD: 1.84m x .83m (6’00” x 2’08”)
Large walk-in cupboard with loft access, shelving and lighting.
LOUNGE: 5.33m x 3.52m (17’05” x 11’06”) (AT WIDEST POINTS)Front facing with large window that affords plenty of natural daylight to the room and provides views towards Loch Linnhe.KITCHEN—DINER: 5.41m x 3.54m (17’09” x 11’07”)Fitted kitchen with a variety of wall, drawer and base units. The oven and fridge are included in the sale price. Vinyl flooring to the kitchen area and carpet flooring in the dining area. Access through to the side porch.
SIDE PORCH: 1.75m x 1.19m (5’08” x 3’10”) Tile effect vinyl flooring and access to rear garden.
BEDROOM 1: 3.96m x 3.43m (13’00” x 11’03” ) (LONGEST X WIDEST POINTS) Front facing bedroom with fitted wardrobes. With the existing layout of the room an en-suite could easily be installed. Carpet flooring and wall panel heater.
BEDROOM 2: 3.66m x 2.90m (12’” x 9’06”) Rear facing, double door built in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Carpet flooring and panel wall heater.
BEDROOM 3: 2.81m x 2.57m (9’02” x 8’05”) Spacious single room with views over the rear garden. Carpet flooring.
SHOWER ROOM: 1.87m x 1..84m (6’.01” x 6’) (AT WIDEST POINTS)Shower cubicle, W.C, and wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below. Heated towel rail and vinyl flooring.
BATHROOM: 2.58m x 1.57m (8’05” x 5’01”) Bath, W.C, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, wall-mounted fan heater and vinyl flooring.
EXTERNALLY: The front has an open aspect and there is a gravel drive providing parking for approximately 4 vehicles. Throughout the garden is a variety of small trees, shrubs and flowers as well as a patio seating area, an ideal spot to sit and enjoy a family BBQ or simply enjoy the grounds. There is a large garden shed and outside tap. This significant and well-tended garden is on level ground and with the appropriate consents, it could incorporate a letting lodge or glamping pods with income potential.
DETACHED GARAGE: 6.32m x 3.08m (20’08” x 10’01”) The garage has overhead storage, power, side door and rear window.
DIRECTIONS: GLEN ALN, HEATHERCROFT ROAD, FORT WILLIAM, PH33 6EZ.
From the West End Roundabout at Fort William, turn up the hill onto Lundavra Road take the 2nd left into Argyll Terrace, following the road, take the 1st right into Heathercroft Road. Glen Aln is the first bungalow on the right.
LOCATION/AMENITIES: Situated in sought after location with minimal traffic. The property is in an ideal location for the relatively new Lundavra Primary School, a well stocked shop, and it is on a bus route into the town centre with links to the Medical Centre and Lochaber High School. There is easy access to the popular walks around Cow Hill, Blarmafoldach and the West Highland Way.
Fort William has a train station with rail connections to, Glasgow, Inverness and Mallaig and is the main district town of Lochaber, 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 locks at Corpach Basin on the Caledonian Canal which make ideal walking opportunities on the Great Glen Way, Ben Nevis and Glen Nevis.
Fort William 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.