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Miller Stewart are excited to bring to the market Hazelwood, a 4 bedroom (+ Annex) Victorian villa in walk in condition with annex and stunning sea views in the much sought after village of Hunter's Quay, just outside the town of Dunoon. The property comprises lounge, living/dining room, dining/kitchen, utility room, shower room, 4 bedrooms, home office (potential fifth bedroom) and family bathroom. The detached annex offers further living space with kitchen/living room, bedroom and shower room. Hazelwood is full of character with lots of original features and benefits from large front and rear gardens, driveway and garage. This tastefully decorated property in immaculate condition would make a delightful family home. With the Western Ferries terminal just a two minute stroll away this house is as ideally situated for those commuting across the water as it is for those working locally.
Hunters Quay is a desirable village of impressive properties set along the shorelines of the Firth of Clyde. The Holy Loch Marina is nearby and the surrounding area has three golf courses, sailing clubs, tennis courts, outdoor bowling clubs as well as one indoor bowling club. Just down the road from the house on offer is a shop with post office and all daily necessities.
Dunoon itself is a small town set in the beautiful Cowal Peninsular of Argyll and yet just over an hours' commuting distance to the center of Glasgow, with Glasgow Airport about one hour away. Argyll Ferries run a half hourly service to Gourock connecting with trains to Glasgow Central, and Western Ferries run a more frequent service from nearby Hunter's Quay to McInroy's Point. McGill's run a bus service from Dunoon to Buchanan Street bus station Glasgow. The town has a leisure centre, hospital, two supermarkets, a variety of individual shops, restaurants and a cinema.
From Eccles Road there is a gate opening onto a path which leads up to the pretty, tiled porch area and the front door of the property. There is also a drive running from the road up the side of the house to the garage situated behind the house.
The front opening into the hallway is a glass panel door which means the roomy hall is flooded with natural light. Features adding character to the hall include the original ornate cornicing and the period metal hanging light. The hall is carpeted and has two wall mounted radiators. From here there is access to the living/dining room, lounge, utility room and shower room as well as the staircase to the upper floor. An under stair cupboard offers ample space for hanging coats and storing shoes, bags and more.
Living/Dining room - (8.74m x 3.77m approx.) - A.W.P.
This expansive room runs the full length of the house and is currently set out with a dining space and a living room space both with ample room for all corresponding furniture and defined from each other by a slight arch between the two areas. A large bay window to the front of the property offers stunning views out to the sea and there is an original fireplace with tiled surround and wooden mantel. An alcove with shelves and glass door offers an ideal place for displaying special items and photos. The area situated to the back of the house in this room is currently set out as a dining space and here there is a glazed door which opens out to a patio in the back garden, this is ideal for entertaining with the option of both indoor and outdoor dining.
Lounge - (4.94m x 4.43m approx.) - A.W.P.
Situated to the front of the property the lounge has a bay window with enviable views out to the River Clyde. The multi fuel burner makes this room an ideal place to sit on even the stormiest of nights to enjoy atmospheric views out to the wild sea while warming by the fireplace. There is ornate cornicing, alcove shelving, a wall mounted radiator and the room is carpeted. A second door from this room leads into the dining area of the kitchen.
Kitchen/dining area - (7.11m x 2.91m approx.) - A.W.P.
This room again runs the length of the house making it more than big enough to function as a kitchen and dining space. The kitchen area has modern floor and wall standing cupboards with tiled splash back, wide worktops, stainless steel sink, and an impressive dual oven with double gas hobs perfect when cooking for even the biggest of families. A window over the sink offers views out to the back garden and with a further window to the side of the property and the glazed back door the kitchen space has a bright fresh feel. The area has recessed lighting and laminate flooring which defines it from the dining area which is carpeted. The dining space has a window to the front of the property allowing even more light into the room and with ample space for a dining table and chairs this combined room would likely be a bubbling warm heart of this family home. A door from the kitchen opens into the utility room.
Utility room - (3.05m x 2.97m approx.) - A.W.P.
This is more than just a utility area it is a full room. With more than enough space to house all utilities and household essentials. A traditional pulley adds character and there is a wall mounted radiator, alcove shelving, a window to the rear of the property and the space is carpeted.
Shower room - (2.20m x 2.10m approx.) - A.W.P.
This modern downstairs shower room has tiled walls and comprises sink, toilet and walk in shower cubicle. There are dual aspect windows ensuring the room stays bright and there is a wall mounted radiator.
From the downstairs hallway there is a staircase that runs first of all to the half landing where the main family bathroom is located and beyond that runs to the upper level of the property.
Family bathroom - (2.48m x 2.41m approx.) - A.W.P.
This impressive bathroom has a large bath perfect for unwinding in after a long days work. The room has an almost bay style window which means the room is flooded with natural light. The walls are tiled and as well as the bath there is a sink, toilet and a wall mounted radiator.
This carpeted hall has access to all upstairs rooms and has enough space for some useful storage furniture.
Bedroom 1 - (4.07m x 3.87m approx.) - A.W.P.
The large main double bedroom would be a definite tranquil retreat in even the busiest of lives. In the bay window there is a window seat to sit on and lose yourself in the outstanding elevated views across the beautiful River Clyde. The room is carpeted, has a wall mounted radiator and alcove shelving.
Bedroom 2 - (3.81m x 3.40m approx.) - A.W.P.
This is another front facing double bedroom with equally impressive views out to the sea. The room is carpeted, has a wall mounted radiator and alcove with shelves.
Bedroom 3 - (3.54m x 3.31m approx.) - A.W.P.
This double bedroom has an expansive window which provides both plenty of light and views over the back garden. The room is carpeted and has a wall mounted radiator. From this room there is access to the loft via a hatch in the roof.
Bedroom 4 - (3.92m x 2.86m approx.) - A.W.P.
The double size 4th bedroom has a large window which faces out to the back of the property. The room is carpeted and has a wall mounted radiator.
Office - (1.96m x 1.85m approx.) - A.W.P.
This room is currently used as a home office but could serve many other purposes such as a nursery or play room. There is small window to the front of the property and the room is carpeted.
To the front of the house there is a path running from the road up to the front door and a drive passing up past the side of the home to the garage. The rest of the front garden is lawn with some surrounding shrubs and bushes. The front garden offers views to the River Clyde and the hills beyond.
The back garden has a large patio area with space for sitting out in the sun and room for a coal bunker, barbeque and garden dining table. With outdoor lighting in place and views over the house to the sea the patio area is perfectly situated to enjoy al fresco dining on a warm summers evening. There is also space on the patio for a whirly for hanging out washing. From the patio area there are steps which lead up to a grass lawn with rockery and up to the annex and beyond that the garage. The property also benefits from a large cellar which has electricity and ample space for storage.
This outbuilding would be perfect for an older teenager to provide some independence or for use by other family members or friends. For those working from home this could also be converted into an office workspace if needed. The first room has a kitchen with sink, oven, fridge and cupboards and space for living room furniture. From here there is a door to the bedroom which has an attached shower room with shower, sink and toilet. The annex has running water and electric heating.
This detached garage sits at the top of the drive to the back of the property. The good sized garage has ample room for parking a car while still maintaining space for storing outdoor tools, equipment and more. As well as the garage door there are dual aspect windows keeping the space nice and bright. The garage has lighting and power sockets.
This charming, property has the traditional benefits of large rooms and high ceilings and is a bright welcoming house full of character and warmth. A perfect family home in a prime location with generous garden and outhouses means early viewing for this property is highly recommended.
For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact Mike McKenna on 07496 296 193 or 01369 556 498
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