£230,000 Offers over
Miller Stewart is delighted to offer to the market this four-bed detached house, in walk-in condition, with sea views, in a quiet residential area along the shores of the Cowal Peninsula. Private parking, two en-suite bedrooms, terraced garden, large garden room with wood burner. Substantial terraced garden, offering a panoramic view of the River Clyde and beyond. Outside shed, insulated and power, and a very quirky wood-cave with another wood burner. This house has to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
The ground that 'Lauderdale' sits on, used to be the home of our very own Sir Harry Lauder.
Originally named Gerhallow House, it was bought by Sir Harry Lauder and Lady Lauder from Douglas Granville Gossling on May 20, 1908. The couple disliked the existing name and in 1912 renamed it to the more personalised "Laudervale." Lauder lived at the property from 1908 to the 1930s. After a fire, which burnt over half of it, it was left in a ruinous state until 1980 when both the house and the stable blocks were demolished. Much of the grounds were subsequently sold for housing development. The development there today preserves the Laudervale name.
Number 10 Laudervale has been fortunate in retaining part of the terrace grounds of the old house. It has stairs taking the viewer up to the top, where one can sit and contemplate the whole vista of the ever-changing scenery of one of Scotland's most beautiful areas
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, please contact Marco Pellicci on 01369 556 498
Hall 2.75m awp x 3.76m
Enter through a feature glass and wood door into a bright hallway. Carpeted, wall mounted radiator and pendant light. Stairs lead to upstairs bedrooms. Two glass panelled doors lead into the lounge and kitchen. Downstairs cloakroom, with wash hand basin and w.c
Lounge/Open Plan Dining Room 7.07m x 3.64m
Entered through a glass panelled doorway into the lounge which is open-plan with the dining room. Carpeted, with two wall mounted radiators. Dual aspect windows. Focal fireplace. Pendant lights and wall lights. Dimmer switches
Kitchen 3.09m x 3.07m
The kitchen has three entrances. It can be entered from the hallway, the dining-room, and the utility room Well-designed kitchen, with matching floor and wall units and contrasting worktops. Electric hob and oven. Space for white goods. Large window overlooks rear of the property. Vinyl flooring. Recessed spot lights and fluorescent lighting. Door leads to utility room. TV point.
Utility Room 1.61 x 1.70m
Sink under window facing rear of the property. Wall cupboard, and pine effect work top. Room for white goods. Vinyl flooring, wall mounted radiator and pendant light. A door from here leads into the downstairs en-suite bedroom. A further door leads out into the Garden Room
Garden Room 14.02m x 5.02m
Delightful large and very impressive garden room. It can be entered from the front of the property back of the property and via the kitchen/utility. Tiled floor, partly tiled walls with wall sconces, and feature log burner. This is a large versatile living space, and can be used for many purposes. Another double stable door leads out into the rear of the property.
Bedroom 4 4.96m x 2.68awp
White laminate flooring and pendant light fitting. Remote control wall heater. TV point. Large window allowing plenty of natural light into the room, provides sea views.
En-suite 3.35 x 0.88
Stunning walk in wet room, with w.c., wash hand basin and heated towel rail
Upstairs Hall 1.74m x 2.28m
Carpeted, pendant light fitting and wall mounted radiator. Hall cupboard housing boiler. Doors from here lead to three bedrooms and family bathroom.
Bathroom 2.20m x 1.75m
Cam ceiling with velux window. Pendant light, and vinyl flooring. White bathroom suite consisting of bath with over-head shower, and shower curtain rail, w.c. and wash hand basin. Heated towel rail
Bedroom 1 3.97m x 2.72m
Carpeted, with pendant light, and wall light. Dimmer switch. Bright, and warm room, with window looking out over the front, and offering great sea views. TV point. Built in double ward robe.
Ensuite 1.89m x 1.90m
White suite, with corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin, w.c, and bidet. Tiled floor and partial tiled walls, and heated towel rail. Velux window
Bedroom 2 3.75m x 3.16m
Good sized double bedroom. Carpeted, with cam ceilings, pendant light, two wall lights and ceiling light. Dimmer switch. Wall mounted radiator. Rear facing window
Bedroom 3 3.95m x 3.54m awp
Another good size double room. Carpeted. Pendant light, two wall lights and wall mounted radiator. Dimmer switch. Built in wardrobe. Window overlooking front and offering again wonderful sea views.
Large garden shed, 14' x 10', insulated with power points. Large terrace area surrounds the property. Parking for up to five cars. A very quirky stone cave for storing logs, or as a workroom. The present owners have added a roof, a wood burner, and has facilities for adding power. A terraced garden, giving one of the best views over the River Clyde and surrounding areas
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