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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Shore Road, Tighnabruaich, Argyll and Bute, PA21

Under Offer £320,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Unique charismatic property
  • Study
  • Panoramic sea views
  • Open plan living accommodation
  • Multi fuel stove
  • Large balcony
  • Double glazing
  • 3 bedrooms (2 with en-suite)

Full description

Unique and brimming with character, The Pier House in Tighnabruaich is one of those properties that only come on the market once in a lifetime. Slightly quirky, but totally charismatic it provides the chance to live the lifestyle that others can only dream of. As its name suggests, the house sits directly above the village pier with the large private balcony offering outstanding, panoramic, views of the Kyles of Bute, a vista shared by virtually every room in the house. Internally, the open plan lounge / dining / kitchen and music area really must be seen to be fully appreciated and the three bedrooms (two with en-suite), study and family bathroom further enhance the property, as does the Scottish Pine flooring, the multi-fuel stove and the garage which can be accessed from the hallway as well as the road outside. The Pier House would make a truly wonderful full time residence, holiday home or holiday-let. Early viewing is recommended.


The picturesque village of Tighnabruaich sits on the Kyles of Bute and is famous for its scenic beauty and sailing waters. The village benefits from small local independent retailers as well as a post office, bank, hotels, cafes and restaurants. The world renowned steamer, PS Waverley, also regularly berths at the pier. The wider area boasts a golf course, tennis court, children’s play area, sailing club and the ever expanding Portavadie Marina.


Accommodation
Lower Floor – Two Bedrooms (one with full en-suite), Study and Bathroom
Upper Floor – Open Plan Lounge / Dining Area / Kitchen and Music / Study Area and Bedroom with Full En-suite


Access
UPVC / glass door on the shore road opens to small entrance vestibule which has tiled flooring, coat hooks and ceiling light. Windows to the side and over the door ensure plenty of natural light streams in. Door to hallway.


Lower Hallway
The hallway leads to the bathroom, two bedrooms, study and the internal access to the garage. Staircase leads to the upper floor. Two radiators and two ceiling lights.


Bathroom
3.24m x 3.10m (at widest points)
L-shaped family bathroom comprising bath with shower over and glass screen, WC and wash-hand basin. Ceiling window plus frosted wall window, radiator, ceiling light and extractor. The bathroom has the bonus of being plumbed for washing machine and dryer, which will be included in the sale, making it an additional utility room if so desired.


Bedroom 2 (with En-suite)
4.06m x 3.20m
Front facing double room with views of the pier, Kyles of Bute and the Bute hills. Carpet, wall lights, wall mounted heater and timber beams on the ceiling. The L-shaped en-suite shower room (3.27m x 3.08)has a fully tiled corner shower cubicle, WC and wash-hand basin set in storage units. Window to the front, part tiled walls, two ceiling lights, wall light and heater.  Access to storage area under stairs.


Bedroom 3
3.95m x 2.33m
Double room with window to the shore road side of the house. Carpet, ceiling light and shelving 


Study
3.38m x 2.91m
Front facing room that is perfect as a study given the high quality bespoke units and desk that are part of the purchase. Double windows to the water, carpet and wall mounted heater.



Carpeted staircase with wooden spindles and balustrade winds to the upper floor. At the top of the staircase a handy workstation is situated - and with the stunning side views on offer it is sure to well utilised.


Living Accommodation
14.42m x 6.07m
The massive open plan living accommodation really has the ‘Wow Factor’! 
Once through the feature wooden door from the workstation area you are immediately impressed with the charm, size, layout...and views from this section of the house. The open plan area stretches from the music / study area, through the lounge, dining area and finally to the kitchen. The Scottish Pine flooring, curved ceiling, lengthy windows and multi-fuel stove are all stand outs in a room full of character.
The lounge area has the stove set in slate hearth on top of a tiled floor and with a small segregating fence/seat which encloses the wood storage. The TV and music centre is set into the wall keeping everything neat and tidy and the seating at the window gives yet another angle to enjoy the beauty on the doorstep.  There are 3 walk in cupboards that provide a massive amount of storage. 
The dining section, situated next to the kitchen, has ample space for a large (8 – 10 people) dining table for formal entertaining or family get-togethers.
The kitchen is well laid out with a wide selection of wooden wall and base units with darker worktops and built-in oven and grill.  The impressive oil fired Stanley range also heats the domestic hot water and the 2 zone central heating.  There is an island which incorporates a breakfast bar, hob and storage.
Further, integrated fridge freezer and dishwasher enhance the kitchen.   All appliances are part of the sale.  The door to the balcony can also be found at the kitchen section.


Bedroom 1 (with en-suite)
4.03m x 3.96m
Double bedroom at the side with lovely views down the Kyles towards Arran through the long windows that also take in the village. The en-suite (3.33m x 1.76m) has a corner bath, WC, wash-hand basin and corner shower cubicle. Dual aspect with opaque window to the front and clear window to the side.


Balcony
The stand out feature of The Pier House is the large private balcony. Providing unbeatable views of the Kyles of Bute and the hills and countryside surrounding and overlooking the pier it is hard to imagine anywhere more tranquil. The balcony balustrade has built in lighting.


Garage
Accessed internally from the hallway and externally from the shore road.


Storage
There is a store room  under the property which is rented from the council by the present owner and would be made available for rental by any new owner.   A further outhouse is under the ownership of the property itself and is used to store logs for the stove.


Parking
There is a car park directly next to the house, which has space for several vehicles.


Mooring
A mooring (as seen in the picture) will be sold with the property and has the capacity for 2 tonnes vessel (RIB, speed boat or small yacht). Please note that the water is quite shallow at this point.


Solar Panels
The solar panels on the roof heat the water only, providing most domestic requirements from April to October .


Furniture
Most of the furniture in the property is available as a private purchase.

EPC rating: E.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 May 2016

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