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Scottish Property Centre Argyll are delighted to present to the market this immaculate presented, entirely modernised and rarely available three apartment, two bedroom upper conversion, situated in this popular and quiet location of Dunoon, Argyll and Bute.
The subjects are accessed from stairs to the rear, with the accommodation comprising of a bright and airy lounge/kitchen/dining area, two bedrooms (master bedroom en-suite) and bathroom.
Externally this property benefits from a garden area with the addition of ample off street parking. Electric heaters and double glazing throughout.
Viewing is highly recommended to avoid disappointment and can be arranged by calling 01369 545 015.
EPC Rating- F
The property is a short walk from Dunoon town centre, while Dunoon itself is the main resort on the beautiful Cowal Peninsula and the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond &Trossachs National Park.
This one of the Firth of Clyde's foremost resorts is built around the historic Castle Mound and famous for its large Victorian pier. The town has an attractive promenade, and boasts a wide range of accommodation from friendly B&Bs and self-caterings apartments to hotels of all sizes. The town offers a museum and leisure centre as well as a fascinating selection of craft shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants. The town's swimming pool and leisure centre has recently been refurbished to a high standard and is a popular attraction for locals and visitors alike.
Dunoon is accessible by direct land and sea routes. Indirectly by Rail at Gourock. The town lies towards the southern end of the A815 road. At its northernmost point, near Cairndow, this road joins the A83 and provides access to the town by road from the East Loch Lomond / Glasgow only service from Gourock Pier to Dunoon Breakwater. At Gourock Pier, a First ScotRail train service provides access to the National Rail Network via the Inverclyde Line at Glasgow Central Station. Public transport within Dunoon and the surrounding area is provided by various bus routes. With Ferry crossings being provided by local company Western Ferries carrying motor vehicles and foot passengers. Western Ferries ply the McInroy's Point-to-Hunters Quay route. Whilst Argyll Ferries, runs the public service route (town centre to town centre)
Living/kitchen/dining area 24'1 x 14'1 ft (7.34m x 4.29m m)
Master Bedroom 12'6 x 10'2 ft (3.81m x 3.1m m)
En-suite 10'8 x 4'8 ft (3.25m x 1.42m m)
Bedroom Two 11' x 13'3 ft (3.35m x 4.04m m)
Bathroom 10'8 x 4'8 ft (3.25m x 1.42m m)
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