£375,000 Guide price
Miller Stewart is delighted to present to the market this rare and bespoke home. The Kirkhouse, circa 1850, a converted church, has been extremely well designed to offer a large family home. The accommodation extends over four levels. Some of the windows retain the original stained glass. The uppermost room was once the old bell tower; the spire has since been removed. On the first floor there are two excellent double bedrooms with great views, and a large family bathroom. A balcony/gallery with spiral staircase continues down to the Grand Room and to the lower levels. The ground level has been designated into useable manageable open space, with office, music area, dining area, lounge and snug area. The kitchen and wine cellar are off the Grand Room. There is a large remote-controlled drop-down cinema screen in an additional large seating area housing a fantastic wood-burning stove. The spiral staircase continues down to the lower levels, with a further two double bedrooms, bathroom, laundry room, boiler room, and two other useful internal rooms. Basement/storage area and workshop, offering substantial storage space, with access to the garden and grounds. Stunning desirable property which must be viewed to be fully appreciated
Innellan is situated approximately 5 miles South of Dunoon. Innellan has its own 9-hole Golf Course, General Store/Post Office, Tennis Club, Bowling Green and Primary School. Innellan village has two quality bar restaurants, including the newly refurbished Osborne, a general store and Post Office, golf course, Bowling & Tennis club, Toward Sailing Club, and primary schools all being close by.
Dunoon is the marine gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Scotland's first National Park, and has a number of local amenities including a cinema, two supermarkets, several choice restaurants and bars, primary and secondary schools, library, Post Office, doctor's surgeries and veterinary clinic, leisure centre with swimming pool and gym.
A regular local bus service operates in the area and there are bus and coach services to popular regions across the West of Scotland. Regular passenger ferry services operate from Dunoon Pier to Gourock with regular bus and train connections to Glasgow Central railway station. The train stops at Paisley Gilmore Street en route, which is convenient for access to Glasgow Airport. Western Ferries located at Hunter's Quay also offers a regular vehicle service to McInroy's Point in Gourock for access to the national road network.
To view this property, contact Marco Pellicci on 01369 556 498
The main entrance to the Kirkhouse is via wooden gates from the main road, and through large storm doors into a vestibule.
Entrance Vestibule 2.65m x 2.65m
On the left there is a door which leads to the grand room. A winding stone staircase, with wooden balustrade, leads to the upper levels. Two large west-facing stained-glass windows shed light onto the stairs and vestibule. The vestibule/hall is a large area, offering further storage space.
A hall way leading from the main entrance stairs via the first landing connects this first floor. On this floor there are two large double bedrooms and a large family bathroom. The sweeping gallery leads along one side and has a feature metal spiral staircase leading to the grand room below.
Bedroom 1 5.30m x 3.00m
This bright warm bedroom has three beautifully arched windows, with blinds, two facing the River Clyde with stunning views and one overlooking the side garden to the south. Carpeted. Wall mounted radiator. Fitted wardrobes. Featured wooden carved cornicing. Pendant light.
Bedroom 2 3.30m x 3.50m
Another bright warm room with double aspects arched windows, facing side and rear. Pendant light. Carved double fitted wardrobe. Featured Beamed ceiling,
Family Bathroom 2.90m x 3.00m awp
Large family bathroom with corner bath with shower over, bidet, w.c., and wash hand basin. Vinyl floor covering. Two pendant lights. Heated towel rail. Extractor fan.
Top Floor/ Bell-tower 2.65m x 2.67m awp
This quirky room was once the bell-room .The room is reached from the first floor landing and up a further set of stairs. The original spire has since been. The room, at present is used as further bedroom. From here the attic can be accessed. Carpeted. Pendant light. South facing window.
Main Area 11.30m x 16.20m
This is a remarkable area, bright and warm, with a wonderful ambiance. The Grand Room is open-plan, and the present owners have created zoned areas, which include an office, dining area, music area, and two very comfortable sitting areas, one housing a fantastic wood-burning stove. Carpeted. Wall mounted radiators throughout the room. There is light all day long from the 12 large windows. Pendant lights throughout. It really has to be seen to be fully appreciated. The kitchen is located to the eastern side of the room, and the lower level and basement can be accessed either from the spiral staircase or down some steps beside the kitchen.
Kitchen 2.55m x 6.30m
Fitted kitchen with matching base and wall units, with contrasting white tiled worktops. Double aspect windows to each side. An internal Window faces out onto the grand room. Gas hob with wall mounted double electric oven. Vinyl Floor covering, Ceiling lights.
Wine cellar can be reached from here via a hatch on the floor
The lower level can be accessed internally from the spiral staircase or stairs at the eastern end of the room, and also from the back door which is located to the shore side of the property
Boiler Room 2.65m x The boiler room housing two modern gas combi-boilers. One boiler services the Grand Room and the other services bedroom and bathrooms.
Laundry Room 2.65m x 2.40m
Room for washing machines and dryers
Bathroom 3.8m 2.5m
Great family bathroom with designer wash hand basin, corner bath with shower over, w.c.. Vinyl floor covering. Ceiling light. Feature glass brick wall
There are a further two internal rooms measuring 2.60m x 2.50m, and 2.45m x 2.50m
Which are presently used as a video games room and a play room.
From the corridor there are a few steps down to the back door and two further large double bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 3.75m x 2.80m
A bright and comfortable good sized bedroom. Cork floor covering. Wall mounted radiator. Ceiling light. Window to the front.
Bedroom 2 3.60m x 2.80m
Again a bright comfortable double bedroom with a wall mounted radiator. Cork tiled flooring. Ceiling light.and windows overlooking the garden
From this corridor there is entrance to a large storage and workshop area, offering substantial storage, which could easily be converted into further bedrooms if required. A door-way provides access back to the spiral stairs
Garden and Outside Space
Shared driveway leading to garage. Private gardens to the front with stunning views. A pathway leads up from Newton Road and to the extended garden grounds to the south side. The grounds are fairly extensive with potential for further development from Newton Rd
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