£36,000 Guide price
SUPERB HOLIDAY HOME or RENTAL/INVESTMENT PROPERTY with amazing views and large apportions. Heatherbloom Place was constructed in 1893 and forms part of Shore Rd, AMAZING UNINTERRUPTED VIEWS across Holy Loch and the Firth of Clyde. Absolutely staggering open views and spacious 2 bedroom flat. The UPPER FLAT forms the top floor of a two storey and attic block of stone construction. Internally upgrading works have been carried out including some new electricals, double glazing and a new 3-piece white bathroom suite have been installed. Internally with central hall, Front facing LIVING ROOM (front) 6.9 metres x 3.7 metres, Bedroom 2 - 4.2 metres x 3.6 metres , Bedroom 2- 4.1m x 3.2m, KITCHEN 4.1m x 2.3m, BATHROOM and STORE. Council Tax Band A. Stunning setting and location. Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and is just over an hours commuting distance to the centre of Glasgow. Glasgow Airport is only an hour away. Argyll Ferries run a passenger service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central, and Western Ferries run a more frequent vehicle service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point. Opportunity to buy a spacious flat with STUNNING VIEWS + Potential.
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