Kilmun Court is situated in the much sought after village of Kilmun on the banks of the Holy Loch, seven miles from the larger town of Dunoon. Number 10 is a 2 bedroom flat split over three levels, with its own private entrance on the ground floor. As well as the double bedrooms the flat boasts a large sitting room with separate study area, dining kitchen and bathroom. This particular flat is situated in the middle section of the property and, as such, benefits by a complete roof overhaul in the last few years; the current owners have also recently installed new double glazing throughout. Tasteful decor throughout, lots of storage, plenty of windows from which the views can be enjoyed and well maintained grounds and ample parking make this a most attractive holiday home, buy-to-let or main residence in a lovely area.
Kilmun Court, which is a converted convalescence home, boasts private parking and lovely views of the River Eachaig, the Holy Loch and the hills and countryside beyond. The picturesque village itself is surrounded by natural beauty, sits on the edge of Scotland’s First National Park and is well served with a post office / mini market, hotel, pub, golf and bowling clubs, medical centre, churches and a fantastic primary school which has just been awarded the Green Flag. There is also a regular bus service to Dunoon making the supermarkets, shops, hairdressers, eateries, pubs, sports and sailing clubs and cinema etc easily accessible. In addition, there are two ferry links to Gourock with rail and coach links meaning that Glasgow city centre is little more than an hour away, with Glasgow Airport, Braehead Shopping Centre and Greenock even closer.
Entrance to this property is round the back of Kilmun Court. A private door on the ground floor opens to reveal the lower hallway.
The lower hallway is tiled and has a handy storage cupboard and plenty of room for outdoor wear. Carpeted stairs wind to the first floor where the sitting room and dining kitchen can be found.
4.6m x 4.4m
15’1” X 14’6”
The good sized sitting room is very comfortable and, due to the windows on three different walls, always bright an airy. The front windows offer lovely views of the river, loch and the hills further afield. A raised dining / study / chill-out area is adjacent to the sitting room.
Dining / Study Area
3.2m x 3.1m
10’6” X 10’2”
At the far end of the sitting room offering lovely views as mentioned above. Wooden flooring. This space is currently used as a dining area, however could also be utilised as a study or chill-out area to read the paper or have a coffee whilst enjoying the vista.
5.3m x 3.3m
17’5” X 10’10”
To the side and rear of the property. Again, plenty of windows allow the natural light to come streaming in. The kitchen section of the room is partially tiled and has wooden wall and base units. A large walk-in cupboard has been converted to accommodate the washing machine and tumble drier. The dining area has plenty of room for a table and chairs and further furniture should you wish. A breakfast bar separates the kitchen and dining areas.
The newly decorated hallway winds to the upper floor and the two double bedrooms and the bathroom. Another window at the top of the stairs and a ceiling light ensure the hallway is always bright.
4.5m x 4.5m
14’10” X 14’10”
The master bedroom is at the front of the property and has a window overlooking the river and hills, a Velux window in the ceiling and a further window overlooking the side. Tastefully decorated, high ceilings, carpeted. A lovely main bedroom.
5.3m x 3.2m
17’5” X 10’6”
To the side and rear of the property. Long room with windows at both ends. Carpeted. Large storage cupboard. An excellent second or children’s bedroom or perfect as a guest room.
2.5m x 1.9m
8’3” X 6’3”
High ceiling with Velux window. Tiled walls and floor. White suite made up of WC, wash-hand basin and bath with shower over with contrasting wooden accessories.
Private car parks at either end of Kilmun Court are for the exclusive use of residents and guests.
Kilmun Court is locally factored with the quarterly bill usually around the £140 mark. This covers general maintenance and upkeep of the building and grounds as well as building insurance.
EPC rating: F.