Rarely available, very well-presented top floor flat in an enviable central location overlooking Oban’s Station Square with superb views over Oban Bay and to McCaigs tower. The property is conveniently situated adjacent to the harbour area and within a very short walk of public transport links, town centre shops and amenities.
The communal areas are well presented with security access and lighting and offer a pleasant thoroughfare to the flat itself.
The property was built in 1997 and has been very well maintained by the current and sole owners. The property is in walk-in condition throughout, is fully double glazed and benefits from off peak electric heating. All carpets, floorcovering and some white goods are included in the sale price. Some items of furniture may be available by separate negotiation.
The flat offers spacious accommodation including a large lounge/dining room which enjoys superb views to Oban Bay, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, hall and excellent storage throughout. There is a lockable bin store to the rear of the building and an exclusive car parking space within a well maintained, lockable car park to the rear.
The flat would make an excellent permanent residence and is also well suited to holiday accommodation. Kilmartin Court is factored and the residents pay a monthly contribution towards cleaning, repairs etc.
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