2 bedroom bungalow for saleKildonan, Isle of Arran, KA27
Offers in Region of £195,000
- Magnificent sea views
- Opportunity to extend
- Land may be available by separate negotiation
- Easily Maintained Garden
- Single Garage
- Land available by separate negotiation
- EPC Rating Band E54
Full descriptionFarhills commands a stunning elevated position with unrestricted views over Pladda and the Firth of Clyde Coast. An excellent opportunity to purchase a spacious two bedroom detached country bungalow rarely available on the market.
Farhills commands a stunning elevated position with unrestricted sea views over Pladda, Ailsa Craig and beyond to the Firth of Clyde Coast. This property represents a rare opportunity to acquire a spacious and well appointed two bedroom bungalow with superb country and sea views.
Farhills is a modern bungalow built by the present owners providing spacious accommodation. There is an L Shaped lounge/dining room with patio doors leading to rear garden, kitchen, two bedrooms and good sized family bathroom. The lounge and front bedroom benefit from large picture windows which captures the magnificent scenery and superb panoramic sea views with the rear bedroom having a country outlook. If required the garage could be converted into a further bedroom subject to permission.
Farhills is a detached country bungalow situated in an elevated position on the outskirts of the popular and much sought after village of Kildonan on the southerly coast of the Isle of Arran and benefits from spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde Coast.
Lamlash, only a short drive away, is home to the Islands administrative centre, with a new secondary school, medical centre, hospital and range of shops. The ferry terminal is in the main town of Brodick, with its supermarkets, library and sports centre.
The Isle of Arran is Scotlands most southerly and accessible island. Sitting in the Firth of Clyde between Ayrshire and Kintyre, Arran is arguably one of Europes most beautiful islands and is often described as Scotland in miniature. The island is 19 miles long by 10 miles wide but has a remarkable diversity of landscapes.
Only a 55 minute ferry crossing from Ardrossan on the west coast of the mainland, itself less than an hour by car or train from Glasgow, leads to the idyllic island life available at Farhills Cottage whether permanently or as a fantastic holiday retreat.
Turn left upon exiting the Ferry Terminal of Brodick Pier and head south on the A841. Continue through Lamlash and Whiting Bay heading south. Carry on along the road past the turnoff to Kildonan for approximately 2 miles and Farhills bungalow is situated on the Right hand side.
Outside the garden has been well maintained with sloping lawn to the front of the property to take full advantage of the magnificent uninterrupted views. The house is approached via a gravel driveway with ample space for parking and leads to a single garage with up and over doors. To the rear there is a patio area and raised area laid out mainly in shrubs and looks out over open countryside.
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