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Letter House sits in a beautiful location in a rural and elevated setting with panoramic views over the magnificent Loch Katrine. Offering a life, many could only dream about, this home provides some of the best views and scenery Scotland has to offer.
Accessed via a private road which runs adjacent to Loch Katrine, this stunning two bedroom semi-detached cottage is surrounded by lovely gardens to the front, side and rear along with an allocated area for three vehicles on the adjoining land. The external aspect also benefit from a detached timber workshop along with a timber log store.
Layout: Ground Floor: Entrance hallway, utility/laundry room, living room, kitchen/dining room, study, conservatory and three-piece shower room suite.
First Floor: Landing, two bedrooms and a three-piece bathroom suite.
The downstairs area at the rear includes a shower room incorporating three piece suite, a really handy utility room along with a flexible room which is currently utilised as office space.
The living space within the home is fantastic. The lounge is beautifully presented and has a multi fuelled stove as its centre piece and provides access to the kitchen area and conservatory. The kitchen diner is an excellent size offering a lovely sociable space, excellent storage provision and worktop space. No words can describe the conservatory, The views are simply breathtaking.
Upstairs, the two bedrooms are double in size with bedroom one offering wall to wall fitted wardrobes. Bedroom one has a window formation to the front and rear. Both bedrooms are presented impeccably. A real smart three piece bathroom suite completes the accommodation on the upper level.
The attic area has been floored and offers an additional two rooms with one currently being used as office space.
The home is served by a LPG tank located in the rear garden and heat is retained via UPVC and timber double glazed window formations.
Loch Katrine is the fictional setting of Sir Walter Scotts poem " The Lady of the lake". The loch has been the primary water supply for much of the City of Glasgow since around 1859. The loch is around 13 kilometres long and 1 kilometre wide and runs the length of Strath Gartney.
An outstanding home in an idyllic setting so early viewing recommended by the selling agents, Slater Hogg and Howison.