Goatfell Cottage, Corrie

Offers over £180,000

2 Bedrooms / 1 Bathrooms / 1 Reception

  • Traditional stone built semi-detached cottage
  • Beautiful elevated location in historical clachan
  • Spectacular views towards the Cumbraes and the Ayrshire Coast
  • Two bedrooms

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High Corrie is an historically significant clachan of detached stone cottages in a beautiful elevated conservation area above the pretty coastal village of Corrie on the east coast of Arran. Access is by the narrow track which leads from the public road up to this settlement with its apparently random cluster of homes built around the small mountain burn. High Corrie has long been favoured by artists and creatives including Joan Eardley, Margot Sandeman and Robert McLellan. Goatfell Cottage is a semi-detached traditional stone built cottage with an authentic bohemian feel, most recently owned by an acclaimed stain glass craftsman.
Accommodation on the ground floor comprises open lounge, kitchen dining room, bathroom and on the upper floor there are two bedrooms.
Goatfell Cottage is an utterly charming, traditional, semi-detached cottage situated in an elevated position, within the desirable clachan of High Corrie which enjoys spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde to the Cumbraes and Ayrshire Coast.
This stone built property retains the original the ceiling beams, fireplaces, windows and now enjoys some charming additions by the previous owner, a stain glass craftsman. Sections of this quirky home have been upgraded in a sympathetic and loving manner; however, the true character of this cottage is preserved.
Entering through the blue timber front door you are immediately transported to a bygone era. The hallway, with cottage stairs up to the two bedrooms, is open plan to the lounge, which enjoys dual aspect windows and a traditional open fire.
The hallway, with additional storage cupboard, leads through to the vintage Scottish kitchen which is full of original features. A section of the kitchen is fitted with handmade timber base units and tiled worksurface.
At the rear of the hallway there is a door out to the garden and a handy space for cloaks and wet weather gear.
A stunning stain glass door opens into the family bathroom, with a white suite electric shower over bath.
On the upper floor there are two attic bedrooms, a twin and a double bedroom both with roof windows, and a central storage area.
The white goods and the new electric cooker are included in the sale, all other furniture and contents can be purchased by separate negotiation.

Reference: AEA1840


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