£244,995 Fixed price
|28 February 2006
|27 August 2004
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**NEW FIXED PRICE BELOW VALUATION**
Light and tastefully presented, spacious, four-bedroom, end-terrace family home, gardens and superb views to the Firth of Clyde. Positioned on a quiet end-of-cul-de-sac plot, on the outskirts of the picturesque ferry port town of Gourock, Inverclyde. A welcoming hall affords access to the carpeted stairs leading to the upper floor and throughout the ground floor, including a convenient storage cupboard. With a dual-aspect allowing plentiful natural light, a spacious kitchen/dining room provides access to the rear wood-decked patio and features wood effect flooring continuing from the hall. Fitted units include stone effect worktops with matching upstands and a tiled surround, with appliances including a range cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. Bedrooms three and four are set to opposite aspects, similarly well-sized and finished, with light decor and a built-in wardrobe. Completing the ground floor, the shower room is fitted with a modern suite, including a large cubicle with a rainfall shower, panel splash walls and a ladder-style radiator. On the upper floor, the living room features light decor, carpeted flooring and a wall-mount TV point. Set off the living room, bedroom two has wood effect flooring, full-height windows on both sides and access to a balcony on one side and a terrace on the other, with superb views. Completing the accommodation, the master bedroom is set to the front, with a dual aspect, carpeted flooring, light decor, and a modern en-suite shower room.
Lying on the Firth of Clyde, the historic seaside town of Gourock retains a Victorian charm, with an excellent range of leisure, retail and recreational opportunities, with pleasant, waterfront walks on the doorstep. A wide range of local amenities are available in the town itself, with a number of larger supermarkets available at Greenock including a Tesco Extra, a Lidl and a Morrison. Gourock has easy and quick transport links available, with two train stations providing direct services to Glasgow and other connections; ferry services to Dunoon and Kilcreggan; whilst the A8 provides road links to Glasgow and further afield; as well as schooling at all levels.
Council Tax Band: F
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