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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathroom
  • 1 reception room
  • Village location with lovely hillside views
  • Spacious Lounge
  • Fitted Kitchen
  • Rear Porch with Utility area
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Shower room
  • Double Glazing / Modern electric heating system
  • Energy Performance Rating d-63

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A bright and spacious three bedroomed mid terraced house enjoying a prime spot within the village of Kinlochleven. Properties in this crescent have traditionally proven popular on the market as this is an attractive crescent and some of the properties still have some of their original features. No 8 benefits from double glazing, a modern electric heating system and a shared access alley leading to the rear garden ground. The property is well presented and has been well maintained. Accommodation comprises: Reception hallway, lounge, fitted kitchen, utility area/rear porch, shower-room and three bedrooms. There is understairs storage and a good size reception hall with useable space. The property is vacant and therefore early entry is available.

Kinlochleven is the penultimate stop on the West Highland Way surrounded by beautiful West Highland scenery and steep mountains to include a number of Munros in the Mamores above Kinlochleven. There is a significant network of mountain biking and hiking trails and the Ice Factor National Ice Climbing Centre, one of the top visitor attractions in the highlands. The village lies at the head of Loch Leven approximately 22 miles South of Fort William and offers a range of facilities including a Library, a well-supported and active community centre, primary and secondary schools, post office, doctor’s surgery and a well-stocked Co-Op shop. There are also restaurants, bars, a tea room and there is a regular bus service into nearby Fort William

Fort William is the main district town of Lochaber and is known as the “Outdoor Capital of the UK”. It is popular with those who enjoy stunning scenery, wildlife, walking and outdoor pursuits. There are a variety of shops, a library, museum, tourist information centre and railway station with links to Mallaig, Glasgow and Edinburgh as well as a bus station.

Reception hall: A bright and reception hall with wood effect vinyl flooring, under stairs storage and good useable space.

Lounge: 4.39m x 3.94m (14’04" x 12’11") (at widest points) Spacious south facing room enjoying views to the surrounding hillside. A feature of the room is the stained, back to board flooring and original internal doors. There is a solid fuel fireplace as well as a modern wall heater.

Kitchen: 3.92m x 2.50m (12’10" x 8’02") Rear facing with a variety of wall, drawer and base units to include a corner carousel unit, worktops are co-ordinated with the cabinets and walls are tiled above work surface areas. Wood laminate flooring, access to utility area and rear garden.

Utility area/rear porch: 1.76m x 1.02m (5’09" x 3’04") Spacious with two separate store cupboards, one is walk-in and has lighting, shelving and wood laminate flooring. A neighbouring property has successfully made alterations in this area to create a W.C in one of the cupboards.

Upper floor Split level landing with modern storage heater, carpet flooring.

Bedroom 1: 3.09m x 2.62m (10’01" x 8’07") South facing with hillside views. Carpet flooring.

Bedroom 2: 4.10m x 2.72m (13’05" x 8’11") Lovely room with stained back to board flooring and hillside views.

Bedroom 3: 5.38m x 2.78m (17’08" x 9’01") (longest x widest points) Spacious room enjoying the benefit of additional space formed over the shared access alley to the side. Rear facing with woodland and hillside views. Wood laminate flooring, built in cupboard houses the water tank and has hanging rail.

Showerroom: 1.90m x 1.84m (6’2" x 6’) Large double door shower cubicle with partially tiled walls, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below, W.C. Heated towel rail, radiator, spotlights, tiled flooring and partial wood painted panelling to walls.

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Local Amenities

  • Fort William 9 miles
  • Fort William Ferry Landing 9 miles
  • Kinlochleven Primary School 0.2 miles
  • Kinlochleven High School 0.2 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Fort William 9 miles
  • Fort William Ferry Landing 9 miles
  • Kinlochleven Primary School 0.2 miles
  • Kinlochleven High School 0.2 miles

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19th Feb 2018 £130,000 First listed
8th Oct 2018 £122,000 Last sold

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