A 'truly unique' property has gone up for sale in one of Fairlie's oldest streets, boasting spectacular sea views looking over to Arran.

The traditional ground floor main door flat forms part of a two storey detached sandstone property in Bay Street - is one of the most prestigious streets in the village, 

Bay Street was once home to the world-famous Fife boatyard, where a host of beautiful yachts - many of them still sailing today - were designed and built.

A Fife monument is on display recognising this legacy a short distance away at The Village Inn.

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Estate agents Slater, Hogg and Howison describe the property as 'impressive and well presented', adding: "It commands enviable and uninterrupted river views, with the interior extending to a welcoming reception hallway, leading into a beautiful front facing lounge, and an exceptionally spacious modern fitted dining kitchen.

"There are two double bedrooms and the accommodation is completed by a modern shower room. 

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"The specification extends to gas central heating, double glazing and benefits from well maintained garden grounds, tandem garage and a substantial brick built outhouse.

"Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation and location on offer."

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