Stunning detached Victorian Villa with panoramic sea, country and hill views from its elevated position in the coastal village of Hunters Quay. ‘Creag Mhor’ is adorned with original features, is tastefully decorated throughout, is in absolute walk-in condition and will most definitely appeal to those looking for a charming villa, with the most enviable of views in a much sought after location. The property is set over two levels and comprises, on the lower floor, welcoming reception hallway, sitting room with open fire and bay windows to the Firth of Clyde, front-facing dining room which is semi-open plan with the well-appointed breakfasting kitchen, modern bathroom and utility room whilst the upper floor has two large bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room, and a third bedroom which could be utilised as a study. Externally, the property boasts lovingly landscaped gardens with numerous seating areas, outhouses, log store, a sweeping driveway and a double carport / workshop. Properties such as this don’t tend to be on the open market for long so early viewing is highly recommended.
Lower Floor – Sitting Room, Dining Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Bathroom and Utility Room
Upper Floor – Three Bedrooms, One with En-Suite
The long driveway to the property is via a pillored entrance situated on the shore road. The driveway stretches up to the double carport and winds further up to the house should you wish to park immediately at the front of the property.
UPVC storm doors with deep windows open to the Entrance Vestibule and then on to the reception hallway through the large wooden door with lovely stained glass.
Immediately on entering the reception hallway the charm and character of the property is evident. Wide and welcoming, brimming with character and adorned with original features such as ornate cornicing, corbels, wooden flooring, doors and skirting, the hallway leads to the sitting room, dining room, bathroom, utility room and stairs to the upper floor.
5.20m x 4.30m
17’1” x 14’2”
Comfortable and homely with the most gorgeous of views through the bay windows. The beautiful features continue to the sitting room with ceiling light set in rose, cornicing and open fire to sit in front of on the cold nights. Carpet, two radiators, shelved alcove and spacious enough for any configuration of lounge furniture.
3.70m x 3.50m
12’2” x 11’6”
Semi-open plan with the kitchen, the dining room also offers an exquisite view and has room for a large family table and chairs. Carpet, ceiling light, radiator, shelved alcove and fireplace.
3.45m x 3.30m
11’4” x 10’10”
A couple of small steps from the dining room take you to the well-appointed breakfasting kitchen which overlooks the dining area. Cream base units with wooden worktops, integrated appliances such as oven / grill, hob and dishwasher, downlights, radiator and space for table and chairs and Welsh Dresser. Window to the side plus window and door to the covered back storage area, which has decking and power therefore making it perfect for coal and logs for the fire as well as additional white goods if desired.
1.50m x 1.50m
4’11” x 4’11”
Off the hallway, the utility room has plumbing for washing machine and dryer, houses the boiler and has wooden flooring, coat hooks and window to the rear.
2.65m x 2.25m
8’9” x 7’5”
Clean, crisp and modern white suite of bath, WC and wash-hand basin with the luxury of wooden flooring. Wall lights, radiator and deep window to the side.
The elegant wooden staircase with runner has lovely original spindles and handrail and window at the midpoint allowing natural light to stream in, winds to the Upper Hall which is carpeted, has a radiator, ceiling light and provides access to all bedrooms and the attic.
4.95m x 3.55m
16’3” x 11’8”
Good sized double bedroom to the front with the most beautiful of views to waken up to every morning. Deep in-built wardrobes, carpet, ceiling light, radiator and fireplace. A door opens to the En-Suite (1.90m x 1.85m / 6’3” x 6’1”) which has a fully tiled walk-in cubicle with electric shower, WC, wash-hand basin, tiled floor, radiator, two ceiling lights and Velux window.
6.45m x 3.40m
21’2” x 11’2”
Second generous double bedroom with glorious views. Also with carpet, ceiling light, radiator and two wardrobes with bisecting alcove.
2.85 x 2.85m
9’5” x 9’5”
Also front-facing, the third room could either be a bedroom or utilised as a study.
Gardens and Driveway
The lovingly landscaped gardens have plenty of seating areas to enjoy the surroundings, a plethora of colourful trees, shrubs and bushes, outhouses and a double carport which has power and lighting thus making it also an ideal workshop. The long and sweeping driveway stretches from the shore road right up to the house, with a large turning area at the carport.
Gas Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.
237 Marine Parade is in Council Tax Band D and the amount payable for 2022/2023 is £1,887.20.
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.
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Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to Waterside Property Ltd.
Council tax band: D, Domestic rates: £1887.2, EPC rating: E