£229,500 Offers around

Hazel Gardens, Innellan, Argyll and Bute, PA23 7SW

3 bedroom bungalow for sale

 
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Selling Date Selling Price Value change
15 June 2015 £220,000 £20,000
1 September 2006 £240,000 £20,000
29 June 2005 £220,000 N/A

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Property Details

This outstanding bungalow is a real gem with its idyllic location, thoughtful design, walk in condition and breath taking views and early viewing is highly recommended. Spindrift must be viewed to fully appreciate the high standards achieved through out.


Miller Stewart are proud to present to the market Spindfrift, an immaculate three bedroom waterfront bungalow with outstanding sea views. The well laid out property is set in a quiet cul-de-sac located in the much sought after village of Toward, just 7 miles from Dunoon on the Cowal peninsula. Built in 1996 the home comprises 3 bedrooms (one en-suite), a lounge with a beautiful conservatory providing uninterrupted views out to the Clyde estuary, modern dining kitchen and family bathroom. An easy to maintain garden encompasses the whole house which also has a built in garage. Due to its thoughtful design this property would equally suit families or people looking to retire or downsize from larger, high maintenance properties. Dunoon ferry terminal is just a twelve minute drive away meaning the house is less than an hour and a half from Glasgow city centre making it ideal for either those working in Dunoon or those commuting to Glasgow.



Surroundings

South of Dunoon, the main road down the shore of the Firth of Clyde passes through Innellan before turning west just north of Toward Point, which forms the southernmost point of this side of the Cowal peninsula.

Toward is just 3 miles south of Innellan village which offers a variety of local amenities including Newsagents and Sub Post Office, Village Hall and Church. Dunoon Town Centre is approximately 7 miles.

The road along the south shore of this part of the Cowal Peninsula enjoys spectacular views over the Firth of Clyde to Ayrshire, Cumbrae and the Isle of Bute. Further interest is added by the steady stream of vessels passing through these busy waters, with a particularly good view afforded of the ferries between Wemyss Bay and Rothesay on the Isle of Bute. The shore itself is stony, but it does offer attractive bays well worth exploring.

Dunoon now enjoys the status of being 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.

Transport

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.

The property

Heading south west along the shore road from Dunoon and on through Innellan, Hazel Gardens can be found on your right directly after passing the sign for the quiet village of Toward. Number 2 Hazel Gardens can be found in this small cul-de-sac of just 6 properties.

From the drive/parking area there are double doors leading to a very useful internal porch hallway that separates the main body of the house from the garage. This extended porch has hardwood flooring and light fittings and would have plenty of space for storing jackets, shoes and umbrellas. the area also has another external door this time to the rear of the property, a door to the garage and the front door into the home.

Hallway

The front door enters into the hallway of this deceptively spacious bungalow. The hallway has a walk in size cloakroom offering plentiful storage and a utility cupboard which houses a tumble dryer. The floor is newly carpeted with luxury cream carpet that runs throughout the house. From the hallway there is access to all the other rooms of the property as well as to the floored loft.

Lounge - 5.74m x 4.44m approx.

The lounge is a beautiful space which benefits from both a window to the side of the property and the doors through to the conservatory allowing natural light to flood the room. The room is carpeted and has a modern electric feature fireplace making it warm and welcoming. The doors out to the conservatory and the window offer delightful views out to the sea.

Conservatory - 4.28m x 2.38m approx.

The tranquil conservatory provides outstanding panoramic views out to the Clyde estuary and its surrounding hills. In one direction the edge of the Isle of Bute is seen with the hills of Arran visible beyond. This room is ideal to sit in enjoying the flow of yachts, cruise liners and other sea vessels that provide unique ever changing scenery. This stunning retreat is perfect for sitting reading, or just relaxing letting your mind escape into the surroundings in all weathers.

Bedroom 1 (master bedroom) - 4.14m x 4.12m approx.

The master bedroom is a roomy double with large fitted mirrored wardrobes providing ample storage. A window faces out to the side of the property and has partial sea views. The room is carpeted, has a wall mounted radiator and benefits from its own en-suite shower room.

En-suite bedroom 1 - 2.83m x 1.50m approx.

The modern en suite shower room is fully equipped with toilet, wash hand basin and large walk in shower cubicle.

Bedroom 2 - 3.97m x 2.80m approx.

This is another good sized double bedroom. The room has a built in mirrored double wardrobe and stunning views out to the river Clyde. The luxurious carpet continues in this bedroom and there is a wall mounted radiator.

Kitchen/Dining area - 4.72m x 4.0m approx.

This room is perfectly set out to allow ample space for both cooking and dining. Two windows face out towards the sea, one over the sink offering an idyllic view while washing the dishes the other in the dining space providing a brilliant backdrop for entertaining friends and family. The kitchen area has modern fitted worktops and floor and wall mounted units with integrated dishwasher, electric oven and hobs. The space for white goods currently houses two fridges and a freezer and there are tiled splash backs. The kitchen has nearly new vinyl flooring which adds to the fresh, modern feel. The dining area has ample room for a large dining table and chairs. Contemporary recessed lighting finishes off this warm heart of the home beautifully.

Family bathroom - 3.06m x 2.03m approx.

The family bathroom has a toilet, bath with over bath shower and wash hand basin. The room is partially tiled and has a large airing cupboard which currently also houses the washing machine. There is a window with privacy glass, vinyl flooring and a wall mounted radiator

Bedroom 3 - 3.08m x 2.03m approx.

A fair sized third bedroom this room has fitted wardrobes and a window to the entrance side of the property. This room is currently used as a home office. There is a wall mounted radiator and the floor is again carpeted.

Garage

The garage is large and provides room for storage and work benches with still enough space to easily accommodate a large car. There are power points which are ideal for both working in the garage and out on the garden.

Outside space

A gate from the cul de sac opens to a paved drive area up to the garage. The drive itself could provide parking for a further 2 cars. Access to the house is from the door here and there are some bedded areas with flowers and shrubs. Following around the house in one direction leads to the garden which faces out to the sea. This area has a pathway which meanders past an array of colourful bedded flora and of course BREATH TAKING views. Going the other way round the house from the drive area leads to a patio perfect for sitting out in the sun and for enjoying alfresco dining on a warm summers evening. Behind the patio is a raised grass area with further plants. A door from the patio opens into the indoor porch which separates the house and garage. There is a shed to the side of the patio offering further storage space and workspace. There are useful water points in both the front and back garden areas. The whole garden is fully enclosed making it ideal for children and pets and its three distinct sections are separated by wooden gates.


For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Mike McKenna on 0141 258 1200 or 01369 556 498.

All measurements are approximate and descriptions are for guidance only.

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Sold price history for PA23 7SW in past 5 years

 
 

Sold price history for PA23 in past 5 years

 

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  • Property added on 7 May 2016
  • New price Offers around £229,500 as of 13 October 2016
    Was: Offers around £234,995
  • New price Offers around £234,995 as of 18 September 2016
    Was: Offers around £235,000
  • This property is now for sale
  • Property Under Offer on 13 May 2016
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