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The Scottish Property Centre are delighted to present this 3-4 bedroom modern detached house close to the coastal road on the outskirts of Dunoon with views to the Clyde Estuary. The property is set in a quiet residential area occupying a substantial corner plot with mature gardens all round.
The property consists of a large lounge/diner with double aspect windows and wonderful views to the water, another large room is currently being used as a sitting room but could be utilized as another bedroom which would be ideal for an elderly relative or even guests with a WC close by, a spacious kitchen looking out to the back garden and a handy utility room with a doorway leading to the carport, on the upper floor are 3 more bedrooms with 2 to the front with great views and another to the rear, to the side of the property is a carport making it easy to reach the back door without getting wet. The gardens are mainly laid to grass with an easy maintenance area to the front with many shrubs in place and stone pathways to the rear leading up the garden making use of the lovely views.
The property was built approximately 25 years ago and sits on the ground that Sir Harry Lauder's house sat on which now house 10 properties that have retained the Laudervale name. The property is a short walk along the coast to the town centre where all local amenities can be found and even jump on a ferry to the other side of the Clyde without the need of a car.
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.
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.
EPC Rating E
Lounge/Diner 24'3 x 12'1 ft (7.39m x 3.68m m)
Kitchen 11'11 x 11'9 ft (3.63m x 3.58m m)
Utility Room 7'6 x 5'11 ft (2.29m x 1.8m m)
Sitting Room/ Bedroom 4 14'5 x 8'11 ft (4.39m x 2.72m m)
WC 4' x 4'6 ft (1.22m x 1.37m m)
Conservatory 9'4 x 6'4 ft (2.84m x 1.93m m)
Bedroom 1 14'5 x 8'11 ft (4.39m x 2.72m m)
Ensuite 8'11 x 5' ft (2.72m x 1.52m m)
Bedroom 2 15' x 10'2 ft (4.57m x 3.1m m)
Bedroom 3 12'1 x 11'10 ft (3.68m x 3.61m m)
Family Bathroom 7'3 x 6'3 ft (2.21m x 1.91m m)
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