£199,995 Offers over
Part Exchange available. We are delighted to bring to the market this beautifully presented four bedroom detached, traditional sandstone villa formed over two levels. The property sits within fully enclosed gardens, positioned on a highly sought after street, in a popular pocket of Dunoon. The current owners have enjoyed this as a family home for several years. On entering this unique property, the welcoming hallway has periodic features which set the tone for the rest of the house and leaves you excited to see what the rest of the property has to offer. The formal lounge hosts a variety of traditional features and focal points which will no doubt attract a wide variety of potential purchaser(s) looking for their ideal home. These features include a gas fire and bay window to the front aspect, flooding the room with natural light. Many a relaxing evening has been spent in front of the fire unwinding after a hard day at work. The impressive fitted kitchen has a selection of floor and wall mounted units with a contemporary work surface, creating a fashionable and efficient workspace. Skylights and patio doors to the rear garden fill this room with natural light. A separate room located next to the kitchen currently used as a second lounge could be easily adapted as a formal dining for entertaining and ensure the chef is never too far away from the party. This room could also be used as a number of things such as a snug, family zone or a room simply for some âme' time. In addition, there is also a utility room with space for washing and dryer and wall and floor units. The 2-piece part tiled bathroom completes the impressive accommodation this level. A staircase from the hallway gives access to the upper levels where you will find 4 bedrooms. The master bedroom is front facing, it is from here you can enjoy beautiful views from the feature bay window which gives the room a bright and airy feel with space for a range of furniture configurations. The remaining three bedrooms are well proportioned with space for free standing furniture. Any of the bedrooms could be transformed to meet each individual purchaser(s) needs and requirements such as a âstudy' or âhot office' for those requiring working from home arrangements. A handy WC completes the internal accommodation. Externally the property has enclosed front and rear gardens providing a safe environment for children. A paved driveway to the front offers off road parking for several vehicles, with a feature pond on the entrance to the property which has been hand built by the current owner. The garden grounds to the rear offer a level of privacy and are not overlooked â many a night the current owners have spent here entertaining friends and family. There are kennels which can be easily converted to a large hut if required and an additional summer house with a toilet which would be the ideal 'man cave' or place to sit and enjoy a book. The property has both gas central heating and double glazing creating a warm, yet cost effective way of living all year round.
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