£170,000 Offers around
Miller Stewart are delighted to present to the market Westquarter a stunning, three bedroom, bungalow with wonderful sea views, finished to the highest standard and benefitting from an equally outstanding landscaped garden. Located in the much sought after village of Kirn the house comprises lounge with wood burning stove, kitchen/dining room , utility room, luxury bathroom and 3 bedrooms , master en-suite. With off Road parking for 4 cars this is a truly high quality house and it would make a luxury home for families or couples alike. Its' location makes the property ideal for either those working locally or those commuting across the water. The house is for sale at a massive £50,000 below the home report value and with all the quality and delight it offers as a home this really should be viewed early to be fully appreciated and to ensure you don't miss out.
Kirn is a desirable village, situated around a mile north of Dunoon. The village is the home of Kirn Primary School, Dunoon Grammar School, Cowal Golf Course and Kirn Indoor and Outdoor Bowling Greens. Kirn has a variety of shops, eating establishments and a promenade leading to Dunoon. Kirn has also previously won an award for Scotland in Bloom.
Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll which is just over an hour's commuting distance to the centre of Glasgow. Glasgow Airport is only an hour away. Argyll Ferries run a half hourly passenger service from Dunoon pier to Gourock, connecting with trains to Glasgow Central station. Western Ferries run a more frequent, vehicle and passenger service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point in Gourock. McGill's run a bus service from Dunoon to Buchanan Street bus station Glasgow. The town has a modern leisure centre, two supermarkets, a variety of individual shops, restaurants and a cinema.
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 Gilmour Street on 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 and for further information, please contact Mike McKenna on 07496 296 193 or 0141 258 1200 .
Porch - 2.00m x 2.40m at widest point
The house is accessed from the garden via a decked area that rises up to the front door. Through the door is the impressive porch with ample storage space as well as room for shoes, jackets and umbrellas. A window to the front of the property and decorative glass on the door ensure the space stays bright and fresh. There is also a unique large glass panel through to the lounge providing delightful character as soon as you enter the house. Another door leads into the hallway.
Hallway - 1.44m x 2.88 at widest poin t
From the hallway there is access to the two ground floor bedrooms, lounge and family bathroom. A staircase leads to the master bedroom . Below the stairs is a useful storage cupboard.
Lounge - 3.71m x 5.75m
The spacious lounge is the generous heart of this home and benefits from the natural light flooding in through dual aspect windows, three to the front of the property and one to the side. The room is also blessed with other delightful features such as the new wood burning stove, the glass panel to the porch and the solid wood flooring all which bring warmth and character to the room. A door allows access to the dining kitchen.
Kitchen /Dining - 3.20m x 4.20m at widest point
This luxurious, large kitchen is well planned out and fully fitted with base and wall units, contrasting work tops, tiled splash-backs, gas hob with extractor hood, integrated fridge and electric oven. There is ample space in the room for a dining table and chairs. The room is floored with ceramic tiles and there is a window to the rear of the property. A large cupboard houses the new combi boiler. From the kitchen there is access to the utility room.
Utility Room - 3.20m x 2.85m at widest point
The good sized utility room has fitted cupboards and work tops and a sink with mixer tap. There is also space for a washing machine, tumble dryer and fridges. A back door leads directly into the back garden making the room ideal for cleaning off after working in the garden and allows easy access to hangout washing on a sunny summer's day. A window to the front of the property brings further light into the room.
Bedroom one - 3.77m x 4.30m
Accessed from the hallway this bedroom lies to the front of the property and is a large double bedroom which benefits from dual aspect windows ensuring plenty of natural light brightens the room.
Bedroom Two - 3.75m x 2.50m
Also accessed from the hallway is another double bedroom which is located to the back of the house. There is a window out to the side of the property and fitted wardrobes.
Family Bathroom - 3.77m x 4.30m at widest points
This is an impressive, luxury bathroom, with fully tiled walls and floor. The outstanding feature of the room is the bespoke, dressed wood top vanity unit which houses the sink. This is matched by a stunning large mirror which is fitted above it. The room benefits from both a bath and a separate large walk in mains powered shower. There is also has a toilet, recessed window with privacy glass and a chrome heated towel rail.
From the hallway the solid oak staircase leads to the half landing, with a velux roof window above providing plenty of light, and upwards to the master bedroom
Master Bedroom - 4.80m x 5.50m at widest points
This stunning master bedroom is very spacious and has ample character provided by the sloping ceilings, the glass window to the stairwell and the outstanding views from both velux windows. The room has a fitted wardrobe and a door leading to the ensuite.
Ensuite - 1.77m x 2.85m at widest point
In keeping with the rest of the house the ensuite is again finished to the highest of standards and comprises a toilet, wash hand basin with vanity units and mirror above. There are fitted cupboards which could easily be replaced with full size bath as the piping is already in situation. A velux window ensures the room stays bright and fresh.
The easily maintained garden is outstanding, it has partial sea views and fully encompasses the house. A combination of paved paths, decorative paving, gravel areas, plants, trees and bushes the garden is thoughtfully set out to provide numerous different uses. Some of the features include a drying area, a patio area for sitting out in the sunshine, an appointed barbeque and paved area housing an outdoor table and chairs enabling you to enjoy alfresco dining. There is a sizable greenhouse with mono-block floor and raised flower and vegetable beds. To the front and side of the house is a gravel drive area with space for more than 4 cars. The drive is accessed via a gate from Argyll terrace. Another gate from Kirn Brae opens to a pathway which leads towards the front door. A Large workshop/shed with electric sockets and lighting makes an ideal outdoor work space and also includes an additional wood storage area
Amazing value for an incredible property
Early viewing of this property is highly recommended and is strictly through Miller Stewart, Argyll.
For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Mike McKenna on 01369 556 498.
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