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The Scottish Property Centre is delighted to offer this superbly presented property to the market. The Dell is a modern detached property spread over 2 floors with integral double garages and outstanding sea views all within walking distance to the town centre and the ferry service.
The Dell is located on the outskirts of Dunoon in the ever popular Bullwood Road looking out to West Bay and the Clyde Estuary. Being in an elevated position spectacular views to the water can be had with many different types of shipping moving to and fro including approximately 50 cruise liners per year. The town centre can be reached via a pleasant walk along Victoria Parade while taking in the views.
The property consists of a private and well maintained front garden with parking for several vehicles and a double integral garage, entrance vestibule and hallway which leads off to a formal dining room which is presently used as a study/family room, large kitchen diner to the rear which leads to the rear decking area with the utility room to the side of the property. There is a WC on the ground level. On the half landing is the formal lounge which is a spectacular room with vaulted ceilings and a wall of glass looking out to the water with patio doors giving access to the balcony. On the upper level are 3 double bedrooms one with ensuite and the family bathroom. The main bedroom was converted from being two rooms to one luxurious bedroom with plenty of storage, twin aspect windows and an ensuite. The integral double garages can be accessed from the lower hallway where there is room for more storage.
The property has double glazing and gas central heating. This wonderful family home would suit a variety of buyers including those looking for a fantastic family home a fabulous holiday get-away. Viewings by appointment only.
Dunoon is a small seaside town located on the coast line in the West of Scotland surrounded by beautiful country side and views to the water from almost everywhere. The area can be accessed by road via Loch Lomond or alternatively by Ferry, one ferry service runs every 20 to 30 minutes and carries vehicles whilst the other service is a passenger only service. Travel to Glasgow takes around an hour using the ferry service and a little less time to get to Glasgow airport. Dunoon Town Centre and its amenities are nearby, these include two supermarkets, various banks, numerous retail shops, and an abundance of eating places/restaurants. A family run independent cinema is located in John Street and a leisure/fitness centre can be found on the east bay promenade.
EPC Rating D
Lounge 19'6 x 17'3 ft (5.94m x 5.26m m)
Dining Room/Family Room 14'7 x 11'8 ft (4.45m x 3.56m m)
Kitchen/Diner 23'6 x 11'8 ft (7.16m x 3.56m m)
Utility Room 11'8 x 5'5 ft (3.56m x 1.65m m)
W.C. 5'7 x 5'7 ft (1.7m x 1.7m m)
Bedroom 1 19'5 x 11' ft (5.92m x 3.35m m)
Ensuite 10' x 4'2 ft (3.05m x 1.27m m)
Bedroom 2/Study 10 x 11'8 ft (3.05m x 3.56m m)
Bedroom 3 11'1 x 11'8 ft (3.38m x 3.56m m)
Double Garage 19'7 x 17'7 ft (5.97m x 5.36m m)
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