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Waterside is a beautifully maintained detached family home sitting just a stone's throw away from the Gare Loch in the hamlet of Clynder.
With stunning views from the lounge-diner; well stocked, landscaped gardens; and a fresh neutral dcor, there is very little to be changed within this home.
Walking through the entrance porch into the bright and airy lounge-diner, ahead is the galley styled kitchen which has access into the rear garden and to the right a hallway leads to a WC and under-stair storage cupboard. The staircase leads to two well-proportioned double bedrooms with built-in wardrobes (rear bedroom also benefits from en-suite shower room), third bedroom, family bathroom and a substantial hall cupboard.
The property is complemented by double glazed windows, oil-fired central heating, loft insulation and good sized integral garage.
Ideal for families, Rosneath Primary School is less than a mile away and there is a nursery only 0.2 miles from Waterside's front door. Clynder provides a local general store, thriving bowling club, regular bus services to the villages of Rosneath, Kilcreggan, Cove and Garelochhead and slipways providing access to the Gare Loch.
Garelochhead, 4 miles from Clynder, provides a railway station (which is on the picturesque west - coast mainline linking Glasgow to Fort William and reputed to be the most scenic railway line in the Britain), a local health centre, parish church, community centre, post office, shops, filling station, garage, bowling club and an excellent out-door centre.
The general locality provides a wealth of facilities catering for out-door pursuits. The Arrochar 'Alps', some 16 miles from the village, provide some challenging hills walks and form part of Scotland's Munroes.
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