£179,995 Offers over
Part Exchange Available, Traditional upper conversion, Stunning Views, Welcoming Reception Hallway, Formal Bay Lounge, Second Public Room/Sitting Room, Dining Room, Fitted dining Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Cloakroom/WC, Driveway To Garage, Private Manicured Gardens Double Glazing, Electric Heating
Lounge - 5.49 x 4.98 (18'0 x 16'4 )
Sitting room - 6.98 x 4.29 (22'11 x 14'1 )
Dining kitchen - 5.35 x 3.15 (17'7 x 10'4 )
Sun room - 3.75 x 2.65 (12'4 x 8'8 )
Bedroom1 - 4.45 x 4.02 (14'7 x 13'2 )
Bedroom2 - 4.02 x 3.38 (13'2 x 11'1 )
Bathroom - 4.5 x 2.75 (14'9 x 9'0 )
MQ Estate Agents are delighted to offer to the market this stunning upper conversion of this traditional detached villa with stunning views across the firth of Clyde.
The property is accessed from the promenade only minutes walk from the Western ferry terminal and has been excellently well maintained. Accommodation is accessed initially from the welcoming reception hallway which is entered from the lower level via staircase. There is a stunning formal bay windowed lounge with stunning views across the firth of Clyde, focal point fireplace with marble hearth and fire set in, decorative ceiling cornice and rose. This room can also be used as a third bedroom. There is a second formal public room with dual aspects overlooking the river, traditional timber coving and access through to the dining kitchen which has inset sink unit with mixer tap and side drainer, wall mounted and floor standing units with contemporary worktops and space for all appliances. From the kitchen there is access through to the utility area which carries through to a bright sun room overlooking the garden to rear.
There are two well proportioned double bedrooms, master with built in furniture surrounding the bed with ample hanging and shelved storage space and bedroom two also with ample traditional furniture. There is a large family bathroom with four piece suite comprising low level wc, pedestal wash hand basin and bath with separate shower cubicle. There is also a separate cloakroom/wc accessed from the main hallway.
Further benefits include double glazing, electric heating, manicured garden and patio area to rear and private driveway to front leading to the garage.
Dunoon itself enjoys the status of being the marine gateway to Loch Lomond, The Trossachs and Scotland's first national park. There are a host of local amenities including primary and secondary schooling, community hospital, shopping, restaurants , bars and loads of sports and leisure facilities. The property would make a fantastic home or main residence and the agents strongly recommend early internal viewing to appreciate the depth and quality of accommodation on offer.
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