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This most attractive three double bedroom house, located on the shores of the Holy Loch in the picturesque village of Kilmun, has fantastic sea views across the Holy Loch to the hills beyond. The walk-in condition property benefits from a south facing aspect, attractive front garden with decking area overlooking the Holy Loch, well stocked rear garden with outbuildings and stone wall boundaries. The property comprises of sunroom, entrance hallway, sitting room, dining room, double bedroom, cloakroom, kitchen, utility room, upstairs landing, two further double bedrooms, bathroom, attractive front garden with decked area and well stocked rear garden with patio, fruit trees and outbuildings.
The much sought after village of Kilmun, set within the National Park, is situated on the shores of the Holy Loch. The property is conveniently close to the Cot House Service station with its small, but excellent supermarket and there is a regular bus service to and from Dunoon. Kilmun Church has historic connections and there is a Primary school in the adjoining village of Strone. There is a nine-hole golf course situated on the hill behind the villages of Strone and Blairmore and excellent sailing facilities on the Holy Loch with the Holy Loch Sailing Club and water sports at the Marina located in nearby Sandbank. The famous Younger Botanic Gardens are situated approximately three miles away at Benmore.
Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and yet within just over an hour's commuting distance to the centre of Glasgow. Argyll Ferries run a half-hourly ferry service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central. Western Ferries run a more frequent service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point and McGills bus service runs a service from Dunoon direct to Buchanan Street bus station, Glasgow. Dunoon is approximately one hour from Glasgow Airport. Dunoon offers a secondary school, a modern leisure centre, an eighteen hole golf course, two supermarkets, a variety of individual shops, restaurants and a cinema.
Sunroom: 3.74m x 2.01m approx.
The sunroom is situated at the front of the property, benefiting from the sun nearly all day and offers superb views across the Holy Loch. The room consists of double glazed windows, carpet, radiator, three-light pendant fitting, door to front garden and gives access to hallway.
This attractive, well decorated hallway gives access to sunroom, dining room, sitting room, bedroom 1, cloakroom, kitchen, stairway and storage cupboards. The hallway consists of cornice work, attractive archway, pendant light fitting, carpet and radiator.
Sitting room: 4.30m x 4.04m approx.
The sitting room is situated at the front of the property with double glazed window giving fantastic views of the Holy Loch and the hills beyond and the room comprises of carpet, radiator, five-light pendant fitting, cornice work, ceiling rose and fireplace with electric fire.
Dining room: 4.00m x 3.60m approx.
The dining room is situated at the front of the property with double glazed window giving superb views of the loch and consists of carpet, radiator, cornice work, ceiling rose, alcove and a five-light pendant fitting.
Bedroom 1: 3.40m x 3.00m approx.
This double bedroom is situated to the rear of the property with double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. The room consists of carpet, radiator, pendant light fitting and cornice work.
Cloakroom: 2.35m x 0.92m approx.
The cloakroom is situated towards the rear of the property and consists of W.C., wash hand basin, extractor fan, partially tiled walls, ceiling light and radiator.
Kitchen: 4.05m x 3.12m approx.
The well appointed kitchen is situated to the rear of the property with double glazed window giving views of the rear garden. The kitchen comprises of fitted wall and floor units, including sink unit, worktop with tiled splash back, full-height cooker, space for dishwasher, carpet, radiator, four-spotlight fitting and door giving access to utility room.
Utility room: 1.75m x 1.33m approx.
The utility room is situated at the rear of the property and consists of boiler, space for washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer, glazed door to rear garden and glazed door giving access to kitchen.
The upstairs landing is reached via the attractive staircase with window at the half-way point giving views of the rear garden and plenty of natural light. The upstairs landing gives access to bedrooms 2 and 3 and bathroom and consists of carpet, cornice work, ceiling light, loft access and radiator.
Bedroom 2: 5.71m x 2.97m approx.
This good sized double bedroom is situated at the front of the property with double glazed window giving fantastic elevated views of the Holy Loch and the hills beyond. The room consists of carpet, radiator, pendant light fitting, walk-in wardrobe and hanging space.
Bedroom 3: 4.95m x 3.67m approx.
This double bedroom is also situated at the front of the property with double glazed window again giving fantastic elevated views. The room consists of carpet, built-in wardrobe, radiator, ceiling light, cornice work and built-in cupboard.
Bathroom: 2.67m x 2.24m approx.
The bathroom is situated at the front of the property with Velux window and comprises of bath with shower over and shower screen, W.C., wash hand basin, partially tiled walls and radiator.
Front Garden :
The attractive front garden benefits from magnificent sea views, gateway and footpath leading to sunroom, further footpath leading to rear of property, lawn area, decking area and well stocked flower beds.
Rear Garden :
The rear garden, backing onto woodland, is very attractively laid out with lawn, patio and sitting area, there are also outbuildings and many colourful plants and shrubs.
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