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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Shore Road, Clynder, Argyll & Bute, G84 0QD

Offers Over £310,000

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Built around 160 years ago, Clynderview is a magnificent one-and-a-half storey detached stone built property that commands an imposing position, elevated above the Gare Loch with fantastic views across the water to the hills beyond. Set amidst mature, beautifully presented and well stocked gardens, the house has undergone a substantial programme of modernisation, upgrading and re-development with the addition of two single storey extensions to the rear.

Extending to almost 2000 square feet, this delightful family home is beautifully presented and finished to an exceptional standard that combines a wealth of period features with a modern specification throughout. The windows are all double glazed with high performance uPVC units. There is LPG (gas) central heating. The rooms are generously proportioned throughout and on entering the house, the outer vestibule has twin timber storm doors. A stained glass panelled door leads into the reception hall, which features a staircase at the far end ascending to the upper landing. To the front of the house, the beautifully proportioned lounge has a bay window with stained glass upper sashes taking in lovely views across the water, and a feature fireplace with a wood burning stove. An additional window in the side provides more natural light throughout the day and there is lovely intact ceiling cornicing and a shelved wall press to the focal wall. Also to the front of the house, on the other side of the hall, is a sizeable formal dining room which also has stained glass windows overlooking the water to the front and an additional stained glass window to the side. It features a substantial marble fireplace to the focal wall, with open fire, and there is a deep walk-in cupboard to the back wall of the room.

Moving to the rear of the house, the well designed kitchen features a range of solid timber units which are freestanding and included in the sale, along with wall mounted units above, attractive glazed ceramic tiled walls and a stainless steel range cooker with gas hob and extractor hood over. Two windows to the side provide great natural light and moving to the rear of the kitchen there is access to a useful utility room and beyond this, three steps lead up to the extended part of the house where there is a comfortable garden/sun room that takes in lovely views across the gardens through its four windows. Also on the ground floor is a family bathroom with claw foot, roll top bath and with wash hand basin and timber dado panelling. There is a small window to the rear and a heated towel rail. On the other side of the stairs is a useful downstairs wc compartment with wash hand basin and to the side of this and accessing the second rear extension of the property there is a useful walk-in cupboard which is currently used as a small study area and next to this a study/bedroom with window to the side. Moving to the rear of the hallway, there is a delightful guest room which again enjoys views across the back gardens through three windows. This is a good sized double room with built-in wardrobe and it enjoys its own luxuriously appointed ensuite shower room which is fully tiled and features a vanity wash hand basin, wc and large shower cubicle.

Moving onto the upstairs accommodation, the landing has a deep built-in storage cupboard and on the half landing there is a “Velux” window providing good natural light. There is a further storage cupboard next to a bright and beautifully fitted shower room that features astragalled windows to the front, side and rear. It has a large shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, wash hand basin and wc. Off the landing is the master bedroom which is a large double room with a dormer window to the front taking in views of the loch, built-in cupboards and a large built-in wardrobe along one wall, with a “Velux” window to the rear. The second bedroom upstairs is again a good sized double room with dormer window to the front and access to eaves storage.

On driving into the property from Shore Road, gates open into a gravelled driveway that sweeps up the front of the property to a large parking area. There is access at the rear to a stone built garage that measures approximately 5.2 metres by 2.8 metres. The garage has a pitched slated roof, a metal up and over door and there are two attached garden stores at the rear. There is also a timber garden shed, a log store and greenhouse. The front gardens are mainly lawned, taking in the lovely views, with a variety of mature trees including a eucalyptus. There is hedging to either side providing privacy and screening along with a stone wall to the front. To the northern most boundary of the property, there is a small burn running down the side of the gardens and at the rear, a sheltered, paved patio courtyard area is located between the two extensions. Again the gardens enjoy large lawned areas and a variety of mature trees feature throughout the back. Please note that the property comes with its own private mooring on the Gare Loch. EPC - Band E

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27 September 2016


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