£79,000 Offers around
The Scottish Property Centre are delighted to offer this immaculate 1 bedroom semi-detached bungalow to the market. The property has quality fixtures and fittings through-out including laminate flooring, newly fitted shower room, fitted kitchen and many others.
Glenacre is in walk in condition with bright fresh decor, new flooring, double glazing and gas central heating. The furniture could be included in the sale which would be ideal for those wishing to use it as a holiday home.
Tucked away at the top of Glenacre in a quiet location No 5 has partial views to the water and small front and back gardens which are ideal for relaxing and taking in the views and are also designed for easy maintenance. The property itself consists of a sitting room with views to the water and space for a small dining table and chairs, a fully fitted kitchen with built in electric oven and gas hob with space for a washer/dryer and access to the back garden. A newly fitted shower room with slate effect flooring and fully tiled walls, a double bedroom with views to the water and built in wardrobes. There is also good storage in the hallway. The front garden is laid with chipped stones and encompassed by a timber fence making it safe for children and pets, the rear garden is slabbed and ideal for catching the late afternoon sun and benefits from having a uPVC garden shed for bikes, garden tools etc.
Innellan village offers a variety of local amenities including 2 pub restaurants, Primary School, Nursery, Post Office/General Store, Golf Club, outdoor Bowling and Tennis Club, Village Hall and Church all within walking distance from Glenacre. A regular bus service runs to and from Dunoon where other amenities can be found. Dunoon town centre is approximately 4 miles along the Shore Road and bus route. Dunoon is recognised as the marine gateway to Scotland's first National Park and offers a variety of shopping and leisure outlets including two supermarkets, General Post Office, leisure centre, cinema and many independent local shops and a variety of restaurants. The regular bus service operates from Dunoon Pier. Argyll Ferries operate from Dunoon Pier and offers hourly passenger sailing to Gourock Pier with a train connection to Glasgow Central Station. Western Ferries also offer a more frequent sailing for vehicles and passengers from Hunters Quay, Kirn to McInroys Point, Gourock with a bus connection to Buchanan Street, Glasgow. Dunoon is set within the rural heart of the Cowal Peninsula but is only just over an hour's commute time to Glasgow International Airport and surrounding areas.
Viewings are by appointment only can be arranged by calling 01369 545015.
EPC Rating D
Sitting Room 10'10 x 15'7 ft (3.3m x 4.75m m)
Kitchen 10'10 x 7'7 ft (3.3m x 2.31m m)
Shower Room 6'10 x 7'5 ft (2.08m x 2.26m m)
Bedroom 10'11 x 9'11 ft (3.33m x 3.02m m)
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