Corrieview, 3 Glenspean Park

3 bedrooms Guide price £275,000

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  • Refurbished to an extremely high standard with solid oak floors and doors
  • A superb detached bungalow in walk-in condition.
  • Immaculately presented with quality fixtures and fittings
  • Enjoying fabulous views surrounded by woodland and mountain scenery
  • Lounge with French doors
  • Modern fitted kitchen-diner with integrated appliances
  • Double Glazing / Oil Fired Heating / Integral Garage / EPR D-64
  • Income potential from a large garden lodge

Situated in a tranquil hamlet surrounded by stunning west highland scenery. This deceptively spacious bungalow offers generous accommodation with the lounge and kitchen being open-plan style for modern day living. This is a fabulous, sociable room perfect for entertaining with direct access to the front garden via sliding doors. A focal point of the room is the open fire place with cast surround. the property was originally built around 1996 and spans approximately 133 sq m.


During the past 10 years the property has been renovated to an extremely high standard and now forms a beautiful, clean and contemporary family home that enjoys plenty of natural daylight and a fabulous setting with hillside and mountain views.
This deceptively spacious bungalow offers generous accommodation with the lounge and kitchen being open-plan style for modern day living. This is a fabulous, sociable room perfect for entertaining with direct access to the front garden via sliding doors. A focal point of the room is the open fire place with cast surround.

Large French style doors divide the living and sleeping accommodation and each of the 3 generous bedrooms have modern en-suite facilities.

The property benefits from quality fixtures and fittings through-out to include solid oak flooring and internal doors, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, Everest double glazing, oil fired heating with the additional benefit of an open fire in the lounge.

There is a large lodge with double doors, new roof and power which could be further upgraded to form a letting lodge with income potential. There is an integral garage, garden shed and outside tap.

HALLWAY: 6.42m x .97m (21’ x 3’02”)

4.19m x 1.55m (13’08” x 5’01”)

“L” Shaped hallway, built in cupboards with shelving that provide ample storage space. Oak flooring.

LOUNGE: 5.95m x 4.77m (19’06” x 15’07”)

A beautiful and spacious lounge with feature fire place and sliding doors which open onto a seating area. There are great views over the garden and to the hills beyond. French style internal doors provide access to the sleeping accommodation.

KITCHEN-DINER: 7.06m x 2.93m (23’01” x 9’07”)

Spacious and modern fitted kitchen-diner with integrated appliances to include dishwasher, fridge-freezer and extractor chimney. There is a variety of wall, drawer and base units and slate effect laminate flooring. Access to utility and garage.

UTILITY ROOM: 4.10m x 3.08m (13’05” x 10”01’)

Great size utility with plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer and a larder style storage cupboard. Slate effect laminate flooring Access to integral garage and to the rear garden.

BEDROOM: 3.97m x 3.57m (13’ x 11’08”)

Lovely spacious rear facing room with views over the garden grounds. Oak flooring.

EN-SUITE : 3.58m x 2.29m (11’08” x 7’06”)

Ultra modern and spacious en-suite, which comprises: Shaped bath with shower and side screen over.

Tiled walls around bath and shower area.

WC, wash hand basin, extractor, spotlights, heated towel rail and slate effect laminate flooring.

BEDROOM: 4.82m x 3.67m (15’09” x 12’)

Another spacious room with Oak flooring.

EN-SUITE: 3.00m x 2.86m (9’10” x 9’04”)

Large, fully tiled walk-in shower cubicle, free standing soaker tub, W.C, wash hand basin,

2 heated towel rails, spotlights and laminate flooring.

BEDROOM: 3.48m x 2.61m (11’04” x 8’06”)

Rear facing, recess for wardrobe space and Oak flooring.

En-suite is accessed by a sliding door.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM : 2.82m x . 91m (9’02” x 2.11”)

WC, wash hand basin with vanity drawers below, fully tiled shower cubicle,

extractor, spotlights and slate effect laminate flooring.



Items such as the Siemens washing machine, tumble dryer and stove can be available under separate negotiation.



EXTERNALLY:

With an open aspect to the front of the property with a long sweeping driveway that provides access to parking and an integral garage. There are lovely hillside views from the front which is predominantly grassed. There is a variety of small trees and shrubs as well as a seating area, an ideal spot to sit and enjoy the beautiful mountain views. Situated in the rear garden grounds is a large lodge with double doors, new roof and power which could be further upgraded to form a letting lodge with income potential. Garden shed, wood store, grassed areas and an outside tap.

GARAGE: 6.01m x 3.40m (19’08” x 11’01”)

There is an integral garage connected by the utility room which benefits from power, lighting and over head storage.



DIRECTIONS: Corrieview, 3, Glenspean Park, Roy Bridge, PH31 4AS

On leaving Fort William Town Centre travel along the A82 Fort William to Inverness Road to Spean Bridge. Passing through Upper Inverroy pass the Roy Bridge Hotel and take the next right into Glenspean Park. Continue along the track road going under the bridge and Corrieview is on the left hand side.



LOCATION/AMENITIES:

Roy Bridge in the Scottish Highlands is surrounded by woodland and beautiful mountains which climb up to 3600ft. The area is surrounded by scenic walks and many miles of forest tracks to explore as well as Loch Treig Dam, a short drive from the property.

Roy Bridge and Spean Bridge are attractive well equipped villages. Spean Bridge has a well-stocked shop, an excellent primary school, woollen mill, hotels, bars, cafe and restaurants. The Spean Bridge train station’s building has been converted into the Old Station Restaurant. There are good rail and road links to Fort William.

Fort William lies on the banks of Loch Linnhe and it is the main district town of Lochaber, also known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”. Fort William town is a popular tourist destination and has a wide variety of attractions including the locks at Corpach Basin on the Caledonian Canal which make ideal walking opportunities for the Great Glen Way. There is a variety of shops, a Library, Tourist Information Centre, Museum and Railway Station which has an overnight sleeper to London, links to Mallaig, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as a Bus Station.

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