11 Jul 2018

Refurbished seaside home with incredible views

Refurbished seaside home with incredible views

Whether you're looking for a holiday home or dream of moving to the seaside, this house is a must-see.

Positioned on the edge of Loch Long in the seaside village of Ardpeaton, 'The Beach House' is stone-built home located footsteps from the beach.

The property has recently undergone a complete refurbishment program and is almost completely rebuilt.

Despite its traditional appearance it is essentially a new house with new roofing, wiring, plumbing, new windows and spectacular views of Loch Long.

Take a look inside...

And did we mention the incredible views... 

The selling agents would strongly recommend early internal viewing to appreciate the accommodation on offer and to admire the views which the Beach House has in abundance. 

The property is currently on the market for offers over £349,000. To view the full property details, click here.

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