ISLE OF ISLAY
11 Broomhill is an appealing cottage style SEMI-DETACHED HOUSE on a corner site at the edge of a small residential scheme. This one and a half storey house was originally built in the early 1960’s for the Local Authority. Its pitched roof has a slate covering and external walls are rough cast and white washed. A small rear porch (permitted development) was added about 10 years ago.
Generally, the house is understood to be in good order, but it does require internal upgrading and would benefit from provision of new kitchen and bathroom fitments and complete redecoration. Oil fired central heating is provided throughout and the windows are all double-glazed. Generally, any remaining floor coverings, curtains and blinds will be included.
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Front Porch: Small porch, with double-glazed external door, leading to main hallway through glass panelled door.
Hallway: Window to front and stair to upper floor; good sized under stair cupboard.
Lounge/Dining Room: Large double aspect public room, with windows to front and rear.
Kitchen: Stainless steel sink with drainer at rear window; includes two good sized storage/larder cupboards; electricity fuse box is wall mounted.
Rear Porch: A useful and bright addition, off kitchen; double-glazed external door leads out to back garden.
Bedroom 1: Single sized bedroom to front.
Shower Room: Good sized, with windows to rear and side; walk-in shower compartment with instant electric unit; WC and wash hand basin.
UPPER FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Small Landing: With Velux sky light.
Bedroom 2: Double bedroom, with large side window, offering restricted sea view to Loch Indaal; small storage cupboard.
Bedroom 3: Another good sized double room, with dormer window to front; cupboard into eaves, housing lagged hot water tank.
The property sits in a good sized plot, with garden areas to front, side and rear, which would benefit from some maintenance. The front garden has a pedestrian entry from Broomhill and includes slabbed paths to the front door and around the side of the house. It is bordered by privet hedging and is mainly in grass. The rear garden has a further gate out to a cul-de-sac which runs along the north of the property. The secluded back garden is also mainly in grass. It includes a substantial timber garage which has an up and over door and pitched corrugated roof. The title deeds include pedestrian and vehicular access right over the private roadway/cul-de-sac on the north side of the property to the timber garage. A smaller perspex shed is also included as is the storage tank for heating oil.
Mains electricity, water and drainage.
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