Set in a corner plot of approximately one third of an acre, and with views of The Holy Loch, 3 Graham’s Point is a semi-detached property with two double bedrooms, open plan sitting / dining room, kitchen and bathroom and externally, the extensive grounds are laid mainly to lawn but with the added bonuses of a recently constructed double garage / workshop, stone outhouse, and large driveway for many vehicles. Although in need of slight internal modernisation this offers a fantastic opportunity for a young family to get on the housing ladder, retirees to enjoy living close to the water or as an astute buy-to-let investment.
The picturesque village of Kilmun is surrounded by natural beauty, sits on the banks of the Holy Loch and has outstanding views, not only of the loch and the Firth of Clyde, but also the surrounding hills and countryside. The area, which is approximately seven miles from Dunoon and on the edge of Scotland’s First National Park, 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 been awarded the Green Flag. The popular, and ever expanding, Holy Loch Marina is just a few minutes drive away at the other side of the loch. 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.
Lower Floor – Sitting / Dining Room and Kitchen
Upper Floor – Two Double Bedrooms and Bathroom
No. 3 is tucked away in the far corner of Grahams Point and the side entrance, to the kitchen, is directly off the large driveway whilst the main entrance is at the front of the property to the hallway.
The lower hallway is carpeted, has a side window, radiator and leads to the sitting room and the stairs to the upper floor.
Sitting / Dining Room
6.63m x 4.36m
Open plan sitting / dining room with windows to both the front and rear; the front has views of the Holy Loch whilst the rear overlooks the back garden. Radiator, two ceiling lights, cupboard which houses the meter and fusebox and open fire set in feature fireplace with slate hearth and solid oak ledge over. The fire also has a back boiler which heats the radiators in the house.
2.92m x 2.78m
Off the sitting room and with direct access to the side garden and window to the rear. Beech-effect wall and base units, ceiling light, part-tiled walls and ample space for white goods, including a recess whereby a fridge freezer would fit perfectly.
Carpeted stairs with a white banister ascends from the lower to the upper hallways.
4.68m x 3.17m
Double room at the front with views of the Holy Loch through the three windows. Carpet, ceiling light, radiator and storage cupboard with shelf and rail.
3.41m x 3.39m
Second double room, this time overlooking the back garden. Two cupboards, one of which houses the hot water tank, carpet, ceiling light and radiator.
1.86m x 1.68m
Three-piece bathroom suite comprising bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Window to the rear, part tiled, part wood panelled walls and laminate flooring.
The property sits in a large corner plot which has an extensive driveway from front to back, large lawned area that extends to a section of more wild greenery, a large garage / workshop with electric roller shutter, power and lighting, a stone outhouse and a smaller front garden of lawn, trees shrubs and bushes.
EPC rating: E.