£199,000 Offers Over
This is an impressive, semi detached Edwardian house, situated in a great position from where the house commands a westerly view across Stair Park towards the Firth of Clyde, along the coast towards distant headlands and to the distinctive outline of Ailsa Craig, Arran and the Kintyre Peninsula. The house is conveniently placed to access all local amenities but in particular the sea front and harbour are close at hand.
The house displays a number of charming period features, such as: skirtings, doors and architraves, impressive timber balustrades, decorative cornices and centre roses and hand painted glass work featuring a Venetian motif on many of the windows and the inner front door.
The accommodation provided is arranged over a substantial floor area across two floors. The house comprises: Entrance Vestibule with double timber front doors. Terrazzo floor and a decorative cornice and electrical switch gear. The Hall has a timber/glass inner door. From the hall there is access off to the living room, 5th bedroom (or further reception room) and sitting room. The impressive stair case is off the hall. Decorative cornice. To the front of the house and with bay window and additional side window, the Living Room is a grand space, which features centre ceiling rose, and features a fireplace with ornamental timber over mantel and a cast iron fascia with coal effect electric fire. At the rear of the house is a room currently used as a 5th bedroom but equally this could be a further reception room. The Sitting Room is to the back of the house and has a side facing window. From this room there is access to an under stair cupboard fitted with light. There is a door off to Kitchen. The Kitchen is a light and airy space fitted with a contemporary range of base and wall mounted cabinets and featuring a large Velux window over. There is ample work surface space with tiled splash back and accent lighting over. The kitchen opens through to the dining room and also off the kitchen there is a door to the utility room. The Dining Room has patio doors on two sides and two large roof lights over. Walls are timber channel lined. This is a bright room with garden aspect. Utility Room has windows rear and side and is where the central heating boiler can be found. Off the utility room there is a door to Shower Room which in turn has window to rear and comprises shower stall, with electric shower unit, wash hand basin and WC.
Upstairs at mezzanine level there is the bathroom and the 4th bedroom. The bathroom which has a side facing window comprises a roll top bath standing on a ornamental claw feet, wash hand basin, and WC. The walls are tiled to half height. The 4th Bedroom (hobby room) has window to side and shallow press. The first floor landing is wide and provides access to 3 bedrooms. There is a large roof light over the stair well. Bedroom 1 has a bay window to front and a second window to side, decorative cornice and a shower stall fitted with an electric shower unit. The Second Bedroom, is to the rear, like the main bedroom this is a double bedroom. Completing the accommodation is bedroom 3 which is a double bedroom with window to front.
Central heating is by was of gas, windows are predominantly timber sash case with secondary glazing panels. The original windows have hand painted Venetian motif.
The house has garden space front and rear. The front garden is enclosed with low level wall with galvanised railing and features a small lawn with path to front door and round the side of house. The rear garden is walled which in turn ensures shelter and privacy. The rear garden is mainly in lawn with a pathway running the full length of garden to a gate on the back wall. There is a brick built garage built under a slate roof which in turn is accessed from Greenside, the lane running behind Henrietta Street.
EER:- Band E 43
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