Lovely 2 bed lower Victorian villa with private gardens set in quiet and peaceful location in the coastal village of Kirn. The property boasts many original features such as bay windows, ornate cornicing, corbels and ceiling rose and comprises a generous sitting room with open fire, large dining kitchen with country-style units and an adjoining utility room, modern shower room with underfloor heating and the two double bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room. Recently fitted double glazing and gas central heating with a 2-year-old boiler further enhance this property. Externally, front, side and back gardens with a decking, summer house, drying area and the trees, shrubs and bushes add extra colour and character. At the foot of the front garden is a large timber shed and space for several vehicles to park safely. This would make an ideal family or retirement home and is not expected to be on the market long so early viewing is highly recommended.
The award-winning coastal village of Kirn boasts a golf course, indoor and outdoor bowling club and independent retailers including newsagents, bakers, off-licences and take-aways, amongst others. It is also conveniently placed for two ferries which provide rail and bus links to Greenock, Braehead and Glasgow. The grammar school and a recently modernised and upgraded primary school are also located in the village. In the Dunoon area there are two supermarkets, local shops and hairdressers aplenty, several cafes and restaurants, plenty of pubs, two leisure centres, numerous golf, bowling, tennis and sailing clubs, a two-screen cinema, a local museum and a concert venue. There are also ample schools, churches, medical surgeries, dentists, a hospital and a veterinary practice.
Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms, One with En-Suite Shower Room, Family Shower Room and Utility Room
Leven Lane is a quiet road off Clyde Street in Kirn and this property can be found at the end, on the left hand side.
The property can be accessed either from the Leven Lane side where the parking area and front garden are or via a pedestrian gate on Argyll Road that opens to a pathway down to the back door.
Storm doors at the top of the front pathway open to an internal wooden / stained glass door to the hallway which is adorned with original features such as ornate cornicing, corbels, high ceilings and deep skirting boards. Storage cupboards, radiator and wall lighting. Leads to all rooms within the house with the exception of the utility room which is off the kitchen.
5.95m x 4.25m
19’7” x 14’0”
Large and typical Victorian sitting room with bay windows to the front, ceiling rose, cornicing, shelved alcove and open fire set in feature fireplace. Generous enough for any configuration of lounge furniture plus a table and chairs.
4.25m x 3.80m
14’0” x 12’6”
At the rear, the spacious fitted dining kitchen has country-style wall and base units, integrated oven / grill with 5 gas hobs and extractor hood over. Window to the back garden, and ample space for white goods and a family table and chairs.
2.60m x 2.10m
8’7” x 6’11”
Handy room off the kitchen which is plumbed for washing machine and has ample storage space plus room for further white goods. Window to the back and door to the side.
4.40m x 3.60m
14’6” x 11’10”
Master bedroom at the front overlooking the decking and the front garden. Bright and airy room with plenty of space for large bed and bedroom furniture. The modern En-Suite (2.65m x 0.80m / 8’9” x 2’8”) is fully tiled on both the floor and walls and comprises a shower area with electric shower, WC wash-hand basin with storage under, vertical radiator, downlighting and an extractor.
4.10m x 3.30m
13’6” x 10’10”
Second good sized double room, this time with window to the side. Carpet, ceiling light, radiator and ample space for bed and bedroom furniture.
Family Shower Room
3.10m x 2.00m
10’2” x 6’7”
Luxurious modern shower room with walk-in shower area with large overhead shower head, WC and wash-hand basin in storage unit. Underfloor heating, tiled floor and walls, vertical radiator, space for bathroom storage and opaque window to the rear.
Gardens and Parking
The property boasts fantastic front, side and back gardens laid mainly to lawn but sprinkled with trees, shrubs and bushes adding colour and character, and benefitting by a lovely decking area at the front, side summer house and back drying green. Fully enclosed thus making it ideal for children and / or pets to play in complete safety. At the foot of the front garden is a large timber shed and space for several vehicles to park.
Gas Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.
5 Leven Lane is in Council Tax Band B and the amount payable for 2022/2023 is £1,467.82
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.
Strictly by appointment with Waterside Property Ltd.
Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to Waterside Property Ltd.
Council tax band: B, Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: D.