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2 bedroom terraced house
Property description & features
- Sitting Room
- Living Room
- 2 Bedrooms
- Full Double Glazing. Space Heating.
- A lovely rear garden with a super view to the lighthouse on Orsay and to MacKenzie’s Island.
2 CHURCH STREET
ISLE OF ISLAY
Lying within the famous picturesque and appealing conservation village of Portnahaven, this is a traditional mid-terraced house with an easterly outlook and with village amenities close at hand. The property is close to the centre of the village on the minor public road heading north towards Kilchiaran. The location is indicated outlined red on the appended plan.
Number 2 Church Street was originally a small single storey cottage, thought to have been built about 120 years ago. However, it was completely renovated, restored and extended in 1993 when an upper floor was added. At the same time a rear extension was provided to create the current kitchen on the ground floor and bathroom on the upper floor. A conservatory was subsequently added at the rear in 1999. The house is double-glazed throughout. Space heating comes from a back boiler behind the coal fire in the livingroom, there being water-filled radiators throughout the house. Generally, all carpets, other floor coverings and curtains are included, along with free standing white goods (without warranty).
Spacious accommodation includes two ground floor public rooms and two upper floor double bedrooms.
GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
External entry by double storm door at front; fitted carpet; carpeted stairway to upper floor; alcove under stair.
Dual aspect, with two central heating radiators and fitted carpet.
Window to front; coal fireplace, with central heating back boiler; fitted carpet; arch through to kitchen.
To rear, with outlook to tiered garden; fitments include wall and floor units with worktops and stainless steel sink/drainer; fitted carpet; integrated fitted electric ceramic hob and separate oven; free standing appliances included are fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble-dryer.
To rear; w.c. and wash-hand basin with vanity cupboard below; central heating radiator.
Spacious lean-to construction on to the rear wall of house; full height windows and patio doors out to back garden.
UPPER FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Velux window to rear; large storeroom, including new lagged hot water tank and central heating pump.
Large room to front, with smaller window to rear looking over conservatory; two radiators; fitted carpet; alcove for storage.
Smaller double bedroom, to front; double fitted wardrobe; fitted carpet; central heating radiator.
Spacious within rear extension; includes bath, w.c. and wash-hand basin; separate shower cubicle with instant electric water heater; central heating radiator; linoleum floor covering.
There is no ground at the front of the property. A lovely garden at the rear, sunny most of the day, extends up to a public access pathway behind the Church Street and High Street properties. The garden includes a concrete patio area, drying green, ornamental area and a small timber shed. From the top of the garden there is a super view to the lighthouse on Orsay and to MacKenzie’s Island.
Mains water, electricity and drainage.
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