Truly stunning 4 bed townhouse with panoramic sea views in a much sought-after location. Formerly part of the imposing Braemar Hotel, No. 2 has been refurbished to a very high standard whilst retaining the character of the building with high ceilings, ornate cornicing and solid wooden flooring just some of the original features. Set over four levels, the property comprises sea-facing lounge, dining area, contemporary kitchen, utility room and cloakroom on the lower level, master bedroom with en-suite shower room and sitting room / bedroom on the mid-floor and two more double bedrooms and family bathroom on the upper floor. The lengthy front garden stretches down to the shore road and the back garden is ideal for relaxing, having a barbecue or just enjoying the surroundings; further, there are spaces for several cars in the private parking area. Whether you are looking for a family, couple, retirement or holiday home this property is perfect and really should be seen to be fully appreciated.
An inner hallway is reached from both the lounge and the dining area and provides access to the cloakroom and the utility area. Wooden flooring, downlighting, radiator, storage cupboard that continues under the kitchen and UPVC door to the small rear vestibule, which has a tiled floor, ceiling light, window and another UPVC door opens out to the back garden.
1.60m x 1.20m
5’3” X 4’0”
Handy lower-floor cloakroom comprising white WC, wash-hand basin, tiled floor and basin splashback, radiator, extractor and mirror with shelf above the basin.
5.84m x 1.22m
19’2” X 4’0”
Recessed areas off the inner hallway provide the perfect place for a washing machine, tumble dryer and an additional fridge.
A carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade winds to all floors; the half-landing between the lower and first floors has a large walk-in storage cupboard, with power and lighting, which could be used as a small office. A Velux window at the top plus wall lighting ensures that the stairs are always well lit up.
5.18m x 3.43m
17’0” X 11’3”
Spacious and relaxing master bedroom on the first floor. Ornate cornicing, carpet, ceiling light and deep window with views to the rear. The En-Suite (2.44m x 1.65m / 8’0” X 5’5”) has a large walk-in shower cubicle, modern WC and wash-hand basin, wood-effect vinyl flooring, chrome heated towel rail, downlights, extractor and wall-mounted mirrored medicine cabinet.
Bedroom 2 / Sitting Room
5.13m x 4.55m
16’10” x 14’11”
Another extremely good sized room with stunning views of the Firth of Clyde which the current owners use a sitting room, but could also be used as a double bedroom. Ornamental fireplace, two ceiling lights, carpet, radiator and deep windows ensure the vista can be fully appreciated from the comfort of your armchair.
Further stairs ascend to the upper floor where two more double bedrooms and a family bathroom can be found.
4.75m x 4.25m
15’7” x 13’11”
Good sized double room at the front with ample space for large bed and bedroom furniture. Carpet, ceiling light and radiator.
3.9m x 3.40m
12’9” x 11’1”
Fourth double bedroom, this one being at the rear and also with carpet, ceiling light, radiator, built in wardrobe space and plenty of room for bedroom furniture.
3.3m x 1.55m
10’9” x 5’1”
Family bathroom which bisects the two upper-floor bedrooms and consists of walk-in shower cubicle, bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Velux window, tiled floor, part-tiled walls and radiator.
Gardens and Parking
The extensive front garden is laid mainly to lawn and stretches down to the shore road with an additional seating area directly in front of the property. The front also has a private parking area for several cars to park and turn. The back garden is of a courtyard-style with chipped stone and patio areas, a timber outhouse, and is a lovely place to have a barbecue, socialise with friends or just relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Some of the furniture and white goods may be available for private sale.
EPC rating: D.