ISLE OF ISLAY
Cnoc Ard is an outstanding extended BUNGALOW ideally placed in an elevated position at the head of Loch Indaal in the centre of the island. The property has a direct southerly outlook to the Loch over the main public road from Bridgend down the Rhinns of Islay. It is set back from the main road, within its own exclusive and tidy grounds. The original house was built in the late 1950s for electricity workers and is of non-traditional “Dorran” construction. It was extended in about 1995. At that time, a patio room with raised front patio was added on one side, and the integral garage with en-suite for bedroom 1 were added at the other side.
The house benefits from oil fired central heating and full double glazing. It is currently used for holiday letting mainly from April to September, during which period variable rental at £500.00 to £600.00 per week is realised. Further detail can be accessed from the letting website www.islay-selfcatering-accommodation.co.uk
Front Porch: Steps lead up from the garden and in to the porch by a double glazed external door.
Hall: Enters from porch by glass panelled door; “T” shaped, with laminate wood effect floor covering; hatch to loft.
Lounge: with picture window in alcove to front and additional window on south side, to enjoy wide ranging view across head of Loch Indaal to Bowmore; timber panelled flooring; coal fireplace with tiled hearth; granite surround and hardwood mantlepiece.
Patio Room: Within west side extension; an enjoyable additional public room with patio doors out to decked front patio; further windows to rear and porthole window to front; large broom cupboard.
Kitchen: To rear; breakfasting kitchen with a full range of wall and floor units, with work-tops; fitted ceramic hob and ovens below, with cooker hood over; wood effect laminate floor covering.
Bathroom: Family bathroom to rear, with timber panelled walls to waist level; coloured suite comprising bath (with shower over), w.c. and wash-hand basin.
Bedroom 1: Double room to front, with windows in alcove; timber panelled flooring and wall lights; en-suite shower-room added to east side within extension, with window to front and including w.c. wash-hand basin and large shower compartment.
Bedroom 2: Another double bedroom to the rear; varnished timber flooring; large double door fitted wardrobe and dressing table recess.
Bedroom 3: Slightly smaller bedroom to rear, with double door fitted wardrobe and dressing table recess.
Utility Room: Positioned to the rear of the patio room, with external door to garden.
The property has a large and most attractive garden, with its own vehicle entry and driveway from the public road at the front. The front garden is bordered by bushes with a lawn area in the centre and slabbed paths around. A patio is built up by a stone wall at the front of the house, with the raised decked patio accessed only from the house. The secluded back garden is mainly in grass but includes also a vehicle turning area and ample parking for three cars. The good sized single garage is integral to the house and enters from the rear;
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