Nestled in the charming coastal village of Strachur, March Cottage is located adjacent to the waters' edge and offers far reaching views across Loch Fyne.
The main entrance door to the property leads into a stylish fitted kitchen, warmed through by an electric range. The kitchen extends into a convenient utility area, housing appliances such as washer/drier and worktop dishwasher, and further provides access to the modern family bathroom housing a feature freestanding bath.
A doorway leads from the kitchen into the central sitting room, where a burner, housed in a tasteful feature fireplace, provides warmth and comfort, and a clever deep-set window seat utilizes the space well.
The hallway leads from the sitting room to the rest of the cottage and provides access to a spacious master bedroom, second bedroom and convenient WC. A further entrance door to the property is located in the hallway and leads directly to the front garden of the property.
Externally, the cottage has seating areas at the front, overlooking the loch, as well as a small fenced side garden. To the right of the property is a gravel parking area suitable for two vehicles. To the rear of the property an area of trees and bushes could easily be cleared to create more garden space.
Although March Cottage would make an ideal home for first time buyers or those looking for a second-home, it has recently been operated as a holiday home, and as such, gives buyers an opportunity to purchase a waterfront property in walk-in condition with potential for immediate secondary income.
Early viewing is highly recommended.
March Cottage is located in the quiet village of Strachur. Strachur itself is a picturesque coastal village situated on the side of Loch Fyne. Both Loch Fyne and Strachur are known for their tranquil peace and natural scenic beauty, which has always drawn people to the area to live.
The village has a retail service station, Post Office/tea room and shop, Medical Centre and a vibrant Community Hall. There are a number of fine restaurants locally, which include The Creggans Inn, Inver restaurant and Loch Fyne Oysters. Schooling locally is available in Strachur at primary level with secondary schooling at Dunoon.
The area is abundant in the way of outdoor pursuits, with local fishing, sailing, several golf courses, cycle routes, plus many challenging hill climbs and walks all with uninterrupted views over some of the most picturesque sea and landscapes in the west coast. Glasgow lies approximately 63 miles away, while Glasgow Airport is 55 miles distance both via Loch Lomondside. Dunoon is approximately 19 miles away.
The A83 & A82 provide access to central Scotland. Arrochar has a main line rail station with a service to and from Glasgow city centre and a sleeper to London. The frequent western ferry service between McInroy's Point and Hunters Quay provides travel to Glasgow and the west of mainland Scotland or alternatively Argyll Ferries run from Dunoon to Gourock.