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A rare opportunity has arisen to buy this bespoke property ideally suited to purchasers with an Equestrian interest. Chromain Cottage is a charming detached property with approximately 40 acres of land, stables comprising of 5 loose boxes, 3 stables and a tack room, an old barn for hay and storage, its own small Loch which was once a reservoir and hacking in abundance over Forestry tracks. The cottage is surrounded by beautiful landscaped gardens which are a haven for wildlife including Deer, Foxes, Red Squirrels and Birds of Prey and consists of 2 large Reception rooms, 2 double bedrooms with the potential for a third, fitted kitchen, bathroom, electric heating and double glazing throughout.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this stunning property.
Situated in a tranquil rural location, along a farm track on the outskirts of the village of Sandbank, which is approximately three miles from Dunoon. Sandbank has its own Primary school, a village shop, with Post Office and there are excellent sailing opportunities at the Holy Loch Sailing Club with a wide range of facilities and water sports at the Marina. Approximately four miles north of the village, are the popular Benmore Botanic Gardens and the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsula of Argyll and yet within just over an hour's commuting distance to the centre of Glasgow. Argyll Ferries run a frequent passenger ferry service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central and Western Ferries run a more frequent passenger and vehicle service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point with Citylink bus connections to Buchanan Street bus station, Glasgow. Dunoon is approximately one hour from Glasgow Airport. Dunoon offers a secondary school, a modern leisure centre, an eighteen hole golf course, two supermarkets, a iety of individual shops, restaurants and a cinema
The property has 3 entrances, the main one being this useful entrance conservatory/ boot room. Double glazed PVC doors lead you straight in from the driveway and surrounding fields and the terracotta tiled floor is perfect for muddy boots and wet jackets. Another doorway leads you into the small inner hallway where the meters are located and the living/dining room and kitchen are accessed from here.
Living Room/Dining Room
This large L shaped room has dual aspect double glazed windows facing North and South with views over the landscaped gardens and fields. A red brick feature fire place provides a focal point to the room with the addition of a feature exposed brick wall. The dining area measuring 2.60m x 3.10m approx. could potentially become the third bedroom with the easy addition of a partition wall. A doorway leads off into the kitchen and another doorway leads to the outer hallway.
A newly fitted modern kitchen but still retaining a country kitchen feel with a range of wall mounted and base units with contrasting work surfaces and integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, halogen hob, electric oven and stainless steel cooker hood. There is space for a washing machine with dual aspect windows offering views over the garden and fields and the floor is tiled.
An extension to the main house, this long outer hallway leads through to the bespoke lounge. Sliding patio doors give access to the garden area with a pathway leading down to the stables and barn.
This bespoke lounge with a high pitched roof, exposed beams, wooden floors and a mezzanine floor guest bedroom, has a huge Cathedral style window which allows the natural light to flood
the room. Access into the bathroom and Master bedroom is also off of a small hallway from the lounge area and a doorway leads out into the driveway
Accessed from a wooden staircase, which rises from the lounge area and leads up to the guest bedroom on a mezzanine floor in the roof space with exposed wood work and beams. A window offers views across the fields.
The partially tiled bathroom comprises of a white WC, wash hand basin and bath with a separate shower cubicle. There is a heated towel rail, a cupboard which houses the hot water tank and mosaic tile effect linoleum flooring.
A good sized double bedroom with a feature fireplace and south facing window which overlooks the driveway.
Outside are expansive, beautiful landscaped and well maintained gardens, a driveway with parking for several cars, a stable block and barn which is in need of some TLC but has bags of potential for an Equestrian business, approximately 40 acres of land which includes woodland and a reservoir and abundant hacking over fields and forestry tracks.
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