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Scottish Property Centre, Argyll is delighted to welcome to the market this highly sought after spacious four bedroom detached Villa offering expansive panoramic views over the Clyde Estuary. Set in the picturesque village of Strone with its own drive and private gardens.
This property provides ideal accommodation for a family home spread over two levels, the ground level comprises of an expansive integral garage, a front facing spacious family lounge, a well-maintained kitchen with utility room to the side and W.C. Dining room with patio doors which open out to a minimal maintenance slabbed garden with drying area, there is also a separate decking to the front of the property where you can fully appreciate the sea front views.
The upper level extends to a spacious Master bedroom complete with en-suite, a further three well-proportioned bedrooms with ample storage, a family bathrooms complete with whirlpool bath and separate shower unit. Oil fueled central heating, double glazing and extensive storage throughout.
Stornoway is in the picturesque village of Strone approximately 7 miles from the ferry offering fantastic uninterrupted sea views across the Clyde Estuary.
Located in the scenic village of Strone Argyll, nestling on the shores of the Holy Loch within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The village of Strone retains its Primary School, Village Hall, Local Doctors Surgery, Church, Strone Inn, Golf Course, Post Office and General Store. In close proximity are further hotels, churches and village halls. The main shopping area is within Dunoon, a small town (Population 8500) with individual shops and two modern supermarkets and weekly open air market.
Dunoon, Strone and the surrounding villages are well served by Public Transport. The city of Glasgow is just over one hours commuting distance, Glasgow International Airport is an hour away and Prestwick International Airport is just 90 minutes. 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 Hunters Quay to McInroys Point. There is a frequent bus service from Dunoon to Buchanan Street bus station Glasgow.
Leisure Dunoon and the immediate surrounding area offers many leisure activities including swimming, gym, bowling, sports stadium, excellent sailing, marina facilities and golf clubs and many country/hill walks in the surrounding area. Viewings are by appointment only and can be arranged by calling 01369 545015. Offers should be submitted in writing and faxed to 01369 706884.
EPC Rating E
Family Lounge 17'2 x 18 ft (5.23m x 5.49m m)
Dining Room 10'9 x 11'7 ft (3.28m x 3.53m m)
Kitchen 10'9 x 16 ft (3.28m x 4.88m m)
w.c. 6'8 x 5'6 ft (2.03m x 1.68m m)
Utility Room 7'4 x 8'5 ft (2.24m x 2.57m m)
Garage 19'6 x 13'8 ft (5.94m x 4.17m m)
Master Bedroom 12'8 x 13'5 ft (3.86m x 4.09m m)
En Suite 7' x 5'5 ft (2.13m x 1.65m m)
Bedroom Two 12'6 x 16 ft (3.81m x 4.88m m)
Bedroom Three 12'8 x 13'5 ft (3.86m x 4.09m m)
Bedroom Four 10'5 x 10 ft (3.18m x 3.05m m)
Family Bathroom 7' x 9'5 ft (2.13m x 2.87m m)
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