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Burnbank East, Skipness, By Tarbert, PA29 6XT

Features

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  • Entrance Hall
  • Lounge
  • Kitchen/Dining Room
  • Conservatory
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Front & Back Garden
  • Log Store
  • Views across the Kilbrannan Sound and Loch Fyne.

Summary

***CLOSING DATE - Thursday 15th June 2017 at 12noon. **** Burnbank East is a traditional Stone-built 2 bedroom semi-detached cottage in the beautiful village of Skipness enjoying sea views across to the Isle of Arran.

Full Description

BURNBANK EAST
SKIPNESS
BY TARBERT

Burnbank East is a TRADITIONAL 2 BEDROOM SEMI-DETACHED STONE BUILT COTTAGE set in the heart of the beautiful shoreline village of Skipness. It commands views across the Kilbrannan Sound and Loch Fyne to the rugged mountain peaks of Arran in the East. 

Accommodation in the property consists of entrance hall, lounge with wood burning stove, large kitchen with dining area and pantry, family bathroom and conservatory to the rear. Upstairs there are 2 double bedrooms with Velux windows to the front overlooking the Kilbrannan Sound and Arran and dormer windows to the rear which look back up the hillside above the village. The property has been maintained to the highest standards and is in walking distance from the shop and all facilities. The garden grounds comprise a large rear garden, front garden laid to lawn with small gravel path.  Access to the rear of the property or vehicles is via adjacent land.  There is a log store on the East gable.  Fenced Boundary.  The owners have had excellent results with AirBnB holiday lets at the cottage and this would seem to be an increasing trend on the West coast of Scotland. 

The quiet child friendly village of  Skipness lies on the East side of the Kintyre Peninsula approximately 10 miles South of Tarbert. The ferry for Arran is found at Claonaig, a 5 minute car journey from Skipness. The ferries for Gigha and Islay and Jura are nearby. Skipness has a fabulous Castle and famous smokehouse and Food Cabin.  There are many opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast including cycling, walking, fishing, bird-watching to name but a few.

This property is in good  condition in a wonderful location and, as such, will be likely to attract a high level of interest from near and far. Contact our Lochgilphead office for more details and to arrange a suitable time to view this property for yourself.



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