£158,000 Fixed price
The Scottish Property Centre is delighted to offer to the market this luxury 2 bedroom apartment which forms part of the historic Queens View building dating back to the 1800's. The property has terrific sea views and is entered from the car park at the rear at the same level and with its own door.
This lovely apartment was renovated in 2006 to a high standard and consists of a large living room which doubles as a lounge and dining room with a study area set within the turret section of the building with wonderful views through the windows looking down to The Arrochar Alps in the north, Gourock and Greenock in the West with great views to the Clyde Estuary with its ever changing scenery. The bedrooms are spacious with built in wardrobes and the master bedroom comes with an ensuite. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern kitchen units and a gas hob with electric oven. The bathroom is bright and modern with a white sanitary suite and fully tiled walls. The property has double glazing and gas central heating. Parking is to the rear of the property where easy access can be made to the apartment without stairs or ramps. Early viewing is advisable as it is a truly attractive property.
Queens View is a Grand Turreted Building on the banks of the River Clyde. The former Queens Hotel was renovated in 2003 creating 8 individual luxury homes. The award winning transformation has retained the historic aspect of the building on the outside with all the advantages of modern living inside. Queens View is situated in the heart of the village of Kirn. Kirn is one mile along the promenade from the bustling town of Dunoon, which is now recognised as the Marine Gateway to Scotland's First National Park and its spectacular scenery. Local amenities include a Theatre, Cinema, Swimming Pool, Indoor and Outdoor Bowling Clubs, Golf Clubs and an Enviable Variety of Shops and Restaurants. The highly respected Dunoon Grammar School and Kirn Primary School are nearby. The property is situated between The Western Ferries Terminal and The Argyll Ferry Terminal, both of which have connecting links to Glasgow and you can be in Glasgow in just over an hour from leaving home.
Alternatively, it takes a little bit longer by road, via Loch Lomond, but the scenery is breath-taking.
EPC Rating D
Lounge/Diner 20'7 x 14'2 ft (6.27m x 4.32m m)
Kitchen 13'5 x 7'11 ft (4.09m x 2.41m m)
Bedroom 1 13' x 11'6 ft (3.96m x 3.51m m)
En-suite 10'3 x 4'6 ft (3.12m x 1.37m m)
Bedroom 2 13'11 x 8'11 ft (4.24m x 2.72m m)
Bathroom 7'10 x 7'5 ft (2.39m x 2.26m m)
Cellar 11 x 6 ft (3.35m x 1.83m m)
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