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The Scottish Property Centre is delighted to offer this modern 3 bed detached property to the market with stunning views to the sea and surrounding hills. Glen Artney is within walking distance to the 2 local pub/restaurants and post office/store making an ideal home or holiday location.
The village of Innellan is approximately 5 miles south of Dunoon where there are many activities and interests on the doorstep along with great transport links to Dunoon and surrounding areas. The property is located on Shore road with houses on one side of the street only and outstanding views on the other and to top it all the property is slightly elevated allowing uninterrupted sea views. The property consists of; On the lower floor, Kitchen, Lounge/Dining room, Conservatory, double bedroom and W.C. On the upper floor, 2 double bedrooms and the shower room. The heating is an Electric heating system consisting of storage heaters and electric panel heaters and the windows are double glazed.
Entrance to the property from the road is via stairs with a rail rising up to the level of the property with the main door to the rear of the property and leads into the kitchen. The garden is small and easily managed with room for a patio and a drying area to the rear. There is an access stair at the North side of the grounds extending to the top of the former sea cliff fully accessible with enough ground at the top for a Green House / Barbecue.
Innellan is situated approximately 5 miles South of Dunoon. Innellan has its own 9-hole Golf Course, General Store/Post Office, Tennis Club, Bowling Green and Primary School. Innellan village has two quality bar restaurants, including the recently refurbished Osborne Hotel, a general store and Post Office, golf course, Bowling &Tennis club, Toward Sailing Club, and primary schools all being close by.
Dunoon is the marine gateway to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Scotland's first National Park, and has a number of local amenities including a cinema, two supermarkets, several choice restaurants and bars, primary and secondary schools, library, Post Office, doctor's surgeries and veterinary clinic, leisure centre with swimming pool and gym. A regular local bus service operates in the area and there are bus and coach services to popular regions across the West of Scotland. Regular passenger ferry services operate from Dunoon Pier to Gourock with regular bus and train connections to Glasgow Central railway station. The train stops at Paisley Gilmore Street en route, which is convenient for access to Glasgow Airport. Western Ferries located at Hunter's Quay also offers a regular vehicle service to McInroy's Point in Gourock for access to the national road network.
EPC Rating D
Lounge/Diner 27'5 x 11'10 ft (8.36m x 3.61m m)
Kitchen 13'3 x 8'69 ft (4.04m x 4.19m m)
Conservatory 12'3 x 7'4 ft (3.73m x 2.24m m)
W.C. 5'5 x 4'10 ft (1.65m x 1.47m m)
Bedroom 1 10'9 x 7'8 ft (3.28m x 2.34m m)
Bedroom 2 14'2 x 8'7 ft (4.32m x 2.62m m)
Bedroom 3 14'11 x 9'4 ft (4.55m x 2.84m m)
Shower Room 8'4 x 6'6 ft (2.54m x 1.98m m)
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