£230,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|10 August 2018||£141,444||N/A|
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** Home Report Value £265,000!**
Entirely refurbished 5 bedroom detached Victoria Villa in the sought after area of Hunter Street, Kirn Dunoon. This stone built property combines modern day living with original, traditional features perfectly, whilst being upgraded to an exceptionally high standard throughout.
Set just off Hunter Street in a private lane with partial sea views, off street parking to the front and enclosed gardens to the rear with decking area.
This superb family residence benefits from a bright spacious sitting room, separate formal lounge, dining room with patio doors leading on to the rear decked area, new fully fitted kitchen benefitting from integrated appliances, 5 bedrooms ( 2 downstairs) and a newly fitted bathroom on each level.
The refurbishment extends to a newly fitted kitchen, two newly fitted bathrooms, new carpeting and hardwood flooring throughout, plastering and decorating throughout. GCH &DG.
Externally the gardens have had lawn laid to the rear, a decking area built, while the drive and grounds around the property have been laid with stones.
Kirn village has won many Beautiful Scotland Awards. The beach and local shops are just round the corner, there are a variety of shops and business including a bakers, delicatessen, coffee shop, take away food shop, general store, dentists and hairdressers. The golf club and indoor and outdoor bowling clubs are within walking distance as are Kirn Primary and Dunoon Grammar Schools. The Western Ferry terminal (car and foot passengers) is a 10 minute walk away. There are regular buses into the town, Glasgow and around the Cowal peninsula. Dunoon town centre is a mile away along the sea front and is the maritime gateway to the Loch Lomond &Trossachs National Park. The town has two supermarkets; a traditional high street with many independent shops as well as national chains, there is a weekly market. The local area is well served by cafes, bars and restaurants of all types. The town has a hospital, cinema, swimming pool, museum, arts and cultural centre and boasts many sporting, social and special interest clubs. Dunoon is accessible by road or by one of two ferry routes from Gourock. Trains from Glasgow connect with the Argyll Ferry, passenger only service, from Gourock pier with 2 boats per hour throughout the day. The Western Ferry takes cars and passengers and runs up 4 boats per hour. Buses run throughout the day from Dunoon to the centre of Glasgow.
EPC Rating D
Sitting Room 15'2 x 15'4 ft (4.62m x 4.67m m)
Formal Lounge 18'2 x 15'4 ft (5.54m x 4.67m m)
Kitchen/Dining 7'6 x 24'7 ft (2.29m x 7.49m m)
Bedroom One 15'1 x 13'6 ft (4.6m x 4.11m m)
Bedroom Two 15'1 x 10'9 ft (4.6m x 3.28m m)
Family Bathroom 7'7 x 8'4 ft (2.31m x 2.54m m)
Bedroom Three 17'4 x 11'4 ft (5.28m x 3.45m m)
Bedroom Four 17'6 x 13'3 ft (5.33m x 4.04m m)
Bedroom Five 7'9 x 11'1 ft (2.36m x 3.38m m)
Bathroom 5'5 x 7'9 ft (1.65m x 2.36m m)
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