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The Scottish Property Centre is delighted to offer this imposing 3 bedroom lower villa to the market located on the Shore Road in the popular village of Innellan south of Dunoon on The Cowal Peninsula with uninterrupted views to the sea and the Ayrshire hills in the distance.
Collingwood has many original features including storm doors, acid etched main door, ornate cornicing, and architectural plaster features, 2 large bay windows, wooden flooring, wood burning stove and high ceilings. A very spacious and grand feeling property that would suit a variety of buyers. The property consists of; Large sitting room with a wood burner and large bay window, kitchen and dining room with a utility room to the rear and a door leading to the back garden, family bathroom and a separate shower room, 3 double bedrooms. Outdoors to the front is a large lawn with tremendous views to the water and along the coast line looking towards the isle of Arran, plenty of off road parking and to the rear of the property is a storage shed and a shared out building and shared drying green. The heating is gas central heating supplemented by a wood burning stove and the windows are double glazed.
Innellan village offers a variety of local amenities including 2 pub restaurants, Primary School, Nursery, Post Office/General Store, Golf Club, outdoor Bowling and Tennis Club, Village Hall and Church all within walking distance from Collingwood. The pubs and the village shop are approximately a 10 minute walk away. A regular bus service runs to and from Dunoon where other amenities can be found. Dunoon town centre is approximately 4 miles along the Shore Road and bus route. Dunoon is recognised as the marine gateway to Scotland's first National Park and offers a variety of shopping and leisure outlets including two supermarkets, General Post Office, leisure centre, cinema and many independent local shops and a variety of restaurants. The regular bus service operates from Dunoon Pier. Argyll Ferries operate from Dunoon Pier and offers hourly passenger sailing to Gourock Pier with a train connection to Glasgow Central Station. Western Ferries also offer a more frequent sailing for vehicles and passengers from Hunters Quay, Kirn to McInroys Point, Gourock with a bus connection to Buchanan Street, Glasgow. Dunoon is set within the rural heart of the Cowal Peninsula but is only just over an hour's commute time to Glasgow International Airport and surrounding areas.
EPC Rating E
Hallway 6'10 x 16'3 ft (2.08m x 4.95m m)
Sitting Room 22'5 x 15' ft (6.83m x 4.57m m)
Dining Room 15'10 x 10'3 ft (4.83m x 3.12m m)
Kitchen 12'6 x 10'7 ft (3.81m x 3.23m m)
Utility Room 9'5 x 7'7 ft (2.87m x 2.31m m)
Bedroom 1 19'9 x 16'11 ft (6.02m x 5.16m m)
Bedroom 2 14'10 x 11'2 ft (4.52m x 3.4m m)
Bedroom 3 13'11 x 11'2 ft (4.24m x 3.4m m)
Shower room 8'1 x 3'11 ft (2.46m x 1.19m m)
Family Bathroom 7'7 x 6'10 ft (2.31m x 2.08m m)
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