Recently redecorated three bed family home with stunning sea views! No. 3 forms part of a Victorian terrace in a popular and sought after area on Kirn Brae close to both primary and grammar schools, golf and bowling clubs and only a very short stroll to the excellent local amenities of the village. The house, which has many original features such as high ceilings, bay windows, ornate cornicing and deep skirtings, has a front-facing sitting room with feature fireplace, dining room, kitchen, bathroom on the half-landing plus the three bedrooms on the upper floor. Externally, the property has low maintenance front and back gardens and there is ample parking in the adjoining Argyll Terrace. This will undoubtedly appeal to anyone looking for a lovely family home in an excellent location.
The award-winning coastal village of Kirn is approximately one mile along the esplanade from Dunoon, Cowal’s capital town. The village boasts a golf course, indoor and outdoor bowling club and independent retailers including newsagents, bakers, hairdressers, off-licences and take-aways, amongst others. It is also conveniently placed for two ferries which provide rail and bus links to Greenock, Braehead, Glasgow and the airport. The grammar school and a newly modernised and upgraded primary school are also located in the village.
Lower Floor – Sitting Room, Dining Room and Kitchen
Mid Floor – Bathroom
Upper Floor – Three Bedrooms
Pedestrian gate opens to the front pathway and on to the wooden storm doors and vestibule where a further wooden / glazed door provides access to the lower hallway.
The fresh décor and new carpet in the welcoming hallway set the tone for the house. Leads to the sitting and dining rooms as well as the stairs to the upper floor.
4.96m x 4.00
16’4” X 13’2”
Bright and airy sitting room with sea views and many original features such as bay windows, ornate cornicing, ceiling rose and deep skirting boards. Open fire set in eye-catching fireplace. Please note that we always recommend that the fire and chimney get thoroughly checked and tested by a qualified professional before use.
4.18m x 3.55m
13’9” X 11’8”
Off the hallway and situated directly next to the kitchen. Good sized room with storage cupboard, downlights, radiator and window to the back garden.
2.70m x 2.35m
8’11” X 7’9”
Beech effect wall and base units with darker worktops and tiled splashback, integrated oven / grill and separate hob with extractor over. Plumbed for washing machine, space for further white goods, tiled floor, downlights, under-stairs recess and door plus window to the back garden.
Carpeted staircase with wooden balustrade and overhead Velux winds to the upper hallway, with the bathroom on the half-landing.
2.45m x 1.55m
8’1” X 5’1”
Situated on the half-landing, the bathroom comprises bath, WC and wash-hand basin. Tiled walls, vinyl flooring ceiling light, radiator and window to the side.
The carpeted hallway leads to the three bedrooms and the attic. There is also a good sized section which has space for a small study area, storage units or occasional furniture.
5.00m x 3.10m
16’5” X 10’2”
Spacious front-facing master bedroom with truly stunning views of the Firth of Clyde through the bay windows. Carpet, ceiling light and radiator.
4.20m x 2.90m
13’10” X 9’7”
Second double room, this time at the rear overlooking the back garden. Also carpeted with ceiling light and radiator.
4.27m x 2.14m
14’1” X 7’1”
The smallest of the rooms but still a decent size. Window to the front, shelved alcove, ceiling light, carpet and radiator.
The property benefits by having private, low maintenance front and back gardens. The front has been landscaped with attractive chipped stones with some plants and shrubs adding colour whilst the fully enclosed back garden has been mainly paved offering a good sized outdoor area to eat al-fresco or just relax with family and friends.
EPC rating: C.