£190,000 Fixed price
Miller Stewart are delighted to present to the market this immaculate three bedroom bungalow in the much sought after village of Kirn just outside the town of Dunoon on the Cowal peninsula. The home is in walk-in condition and retains period features such as ornate cornicing and a fireplace. The property consists of three bedrooms one of which is en-suite, a living room, a lounge (third bedroom), kitchen, dining room, family bathroom and utility room. The property also benefits from a garage, a driveway with off road parking, front and back gardens, and an outhouse. In walk in condition this would make a fabulous home for a young family or couples of any age, especially those wishing to downsize from larger properties. Just a two minute walk from Kirn village shops and the main bus route it is also less than a mile to Dunoon town centre and the passenger ferry with train link to Glasgow. In the other direction the car ferry to Gourock is also a mile. This makes the property perfectly situated for those working in the local area or those commuting across the water. Kirn primary school and the local grammar school as well as Cowal golf club and a local bowling club are all with easy walking distance.
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.
From Clyde Street there is a gate leading into the front garden with a path that leads up to the bungalow. The couple of steps up to the front door are flanked by pretty metal hand rails.
Through the front door there is a porch area with space for hanging coats and leaving shoes and umbrellas. A door from here leads into the hallway.
Entered from the porch via a glass panel door the hall offers the first glimpse of the original ornate cornicing that runs throughout the house. The hall is carpeted and has a cupboard providing storage space. From the hall there are doors to the bedrooms, the living room, lounge and family bathroom.
Bedroom 1 - 4.10m x 4.20m approx.
A good sized double bedroom this room has long double windows that allow light to flood into the room. More of the delightful cornicing adorns the ceiling in this carpeted room and there is a built in cupboard.
Bedroom 2 - 4.13m x 3.87m approx.
This double bedroom has cornicing, is carpeted and has a built in cupboard. The room benefits from its own en-suite shower room.
En-suite (bedroom 2) - 0.92m x 2.74m approx.
This modern en-suite comprises a toilet, wash hand basin and walk in shower cubicle. The walls are partially tiled and the shower cubicle is tiled.
Living room - 3.77m x 4.03m approx.
The living room is carpeted with a window facing out to the back of the property. A wood burning stove sits in a feature brick fire place. This provides owners with both heat and a delightful glow on cold winter evenings. There is a door from this room leading into the kitchen.
Kitchen - 3.75m x 2.90m approx.
With recessed lighting and two large windows this is a bright modern kitchen. Built in worktops extend to a breakfast bar and ample storage is provided by the fresh floor standing and wall mounted cupboards and cabinets. Integrated into the units are gas hobs, a fridge, a freezer, the oven and grill and other luxurious extras such as a wine rank and display cabinets. From the kitchen there is a step up and doorway leading into the dining room and a further door which opens into the utility room.
Dining room - 3.50m x 2.93m approx.
The location of this dining room off the kitchen makes it ideal for entertaining. The room is carpeted and has a window to the front of the property. A door from the dining room leads to the lounge.
Lounge (Bedroom 3) - 4.40m x 5.18m approx.
This large reception room can be entered from the hallway or via a door from the dining room. The room is carpeted and has beautiful bay windows that look out over the front garden. More of the ornate cornicing and a gas fire provide sophisticated decoration and a delightful focal point for the room.
Family bathroom - 2.33m x 2.15m approx .
A door from the hall opens into the family bathroom which comprises a wash hand basin, toilet and bath with shower over the bath. The flooring is wooden effect laminate and the walls are partially tiled. There is a heated towel rail and a storage cabinet. The window to the room is large bringing in lots of light and it has a deep ledge area which provides further space for storing bathroom essentials.
Utility room - 3.20m x 1.86m approx.
With a door to the back garden and dual aspect windows this useful room has plenty of space and light. There is a sink making it perfect for cleaning off after working in the garden and there is space for a washing machine and tumble dryer. There is ample storage for all household essentials and cleaning equipment.
The garage is connected to the house and can be entered either from a door from the back garden or via the car opening from the driveway. There is space for a car as well as a little extra for storage/work space.
The immaculate front garden is grass lawn with a water feature, trees and bushes. A path leads from the gate up to the front door. From the road there is another gate that opens onto the driveway which runs up to the garage. The drive itself has space for parking 3 cars.
To the rear of the property the garden is well set out for its many different uses. There is a grass drying green area just outside the door from the utility room. There are two separate patio areas which offer the option for outdoor dining or just to sit and enjoy the garden. There is an open wood storage area for stacking the wood for the wood burner. A double stone outhouse has two separate areas. At the moment one side is used to store both coal and wood. The other side of the outhouse has electricity and is used as a workshop. The back garden also boasts the space for a greenhouse and has sunning views up to the hills that lie behind Kirn and Dunoon.
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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