£230,000 Offers over
The Station House, built circa 1903, is an attractive C Listed three bedroom detached former stations masters’ house, carefully upgraded by the present owners and retains much of its original character and charm, located in the centre of this picturesque village.
This distinctive detached home is principally built of painted harled render with mock timber under a tiled roof, and has been carefully maintained and modernised by the current owners.
Internally the complete accommodation is formed over two levels and extends to:
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Welcoming reception hallway with staircase to upper floor. Bright bay window sitting room with feature fireplace, aspects over the front and side of property. Bespoke designed refitted breakfasting kitchen with a range of wall mounted and floor standing units, range style cooker, and complementary worktop surfaces. Family/TV room, in turn affords access to the rear gardens. A guest WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
First Floor: Bright upper landing. Three good sized bedrooms and an attractively refitted house bathroom with shower over.
The property is further complimented by gas central heating, oak flooring within the kitchen and reception hall and double glazing. Well kept private gardens, enclosed to the rear with central lawn and recently replaced patio and paths. Large detached garden store. Driveway to side affording off street parking.
Wemyss Bay is a semi rural village which enjoys a picturesque location overlooking the Firth of Clyde and is served by a renowned primary school, church, a library and a variety of local services such as garage, shop, butchers and restaurants. A wider range of retail, supermarket and leisure interests are provided for within the nearby town of Greenock. For secondary education Wemyss Bay is in the catchment of Greenock at Notre Dame High School or Greenock Academy, as well as being easily accessible for the numerous Glasgow private schools.
Wemyss Bay has its own railway station, which provides direct links to the nearby town of Greenock and beyond to Glasgow City Centre. The station is the terminus on the Inverclyde line. The station incorporates the Caledonian Macbrayne ferry terminal which provides daily sailings to the Isle of Bute. The foreshore and local beaches provide excellent amenity for walkers and sailing facilities are available at the renowned Inverkip and Largs marinas.
EPC - Band D
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