£80,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|2 June 2017||£90,000||N/A|
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***PRICE REDUCTION - Home Report Value £95,000***
No. 3 Hoop House is a lovely 2 bedroom upper flat with wonderful views to the Clyde Estuary located approximately 2 mile south of Dunoon. The property forms part of a traditional stone villa comprising of 4 separate flats set within well-tended gardens. Would make a lovely home or holiday flat.
The property consists of a lounge/Kitchen, double bedroom to the front and another double bedroom to the rear, the bathroom is to the side of the property lit by a Velux window. The property is versatile and could be altered to suit the buyers needs, i.e. the front bedroom could be changed to being a sitting room and the kitchen could be a kitchen/diner. The flat benefits from having gas central heating and double glazing. The property is entered from the right hand side of the building at the rear from a timber doorway which rises to the first floor where there are 2 doors and No 3 is to the right. There is a communal drying green at the rear of the property and parking for 2 vehicles to the side.
Located approximately 2 miles south of Dunoon opposite a pebbled beach of the Clyde Estuary where you can enjoy coastal or hill walks. A further 2 miles south of Dunoon is the village of Innellan which has its own 9-hole golf course, tennis club, bowling green and primary school and has two quality bar restaurants, and general store with post office. The town of Dunoon now enjoys the status of being 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, veterinary clinic and 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. A regular passenger ferry service operates from Dunoon Pier to Gourock with regular bus and train connections to Glasgow Central 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 offers a regular vehicle service to McInroy's Point in Gourock providing access to the national road network.
Kitchen/Lounge 16'8 x 15'2 ft (5.08m x 4.62m m)
Bedroom 1 15'5 x 14'8 ft (4.7m x 4.47m m)
Bedroom 2 14'7 x 12'7 ft (4.45m x 3.84m m)
Bathroom 8'6 x 5'7 ft (2.59m x 1.7m m)
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