Beautifully presented family home with lovely views of the surrounding countryside. Situated in a quiet corner of a friendly cul-de-sac, the mid-terrace property boasts an open plan sitting / dining room with French Doors to the back garden, well-appointed and spacious kitchen, two double bedrooms with a box room off bedroom 2 and a family bathroom. Externally, both the front and gardens are low maintenance with the back being set on the edge of the countryside and completely enclosed making it very child and / or pet friendly. Parking for a couple of vehicles directly in front of the house is another added bonus. No. 58 Sandhaven would be an ideal acquisition as a starter, retirement or holiday home.
The popular residential development of Sandhaven is situated in Sandbank, approximately four miles from Dunoon. The village sits on the banks of the Holy Loch and boasts a marina, sailing club, village shop / post office, two pubs, primary school, bowling club and a children’s play area with basketball / 5-a-side football pitch. Dunoon itself has plenty of shops to suit all requirements, cafes, pubs, leisure centres and numerous sports clubs. There are also ample churches, medical surgeries, dentists, a hospital, a veterinary practice and two ferry terminals to Gourock with rail and coach links to Greenock, Braehead Shopping Centre, Glasgow Airport and Glasgow city centre.
Lower Floor – Entrance Vestibule, Sitting / Dining Room and Kitchen
Upper Floor – Two Double Bedrooms, Box Room and Bathroom
No. 58 can be found in the second phase of the development, in a quiet corner of a cul-de-sac that backs on to the fields and countryside.
A pedestrian gate off the parking area opens to a path which leads to the front entrance door.
The entrance vestibule has a ceiling light and two large walk-in cellars, one of which house the boiler. A UPVC / frosted glass door opens to the sitting room.
Sitting / Dining Room
6.55m x 5.73m (21’6” x 18’10”)
Bright and spacious L-shaped open plan sitting / dining room with windows to the front and French Doors to the rear. Two cupboards, one of which is under the stairs, laminate flooring, two ceiling fan-lights and three radiators. Given the layout with the dining section next to the kitchen the room is a very friendly and sociable room.
3.26m x 3.10m (10’8” x 10’2”)
Well-appointed kitchen with ample beech-effect wall and base units with darker worktops, integrated oven / grill and hob with extractor hood over. Door to the dining area, double window to the back garden, tiled floor, part-tiled walls, ceiling light, plumbed for washing machine and plenty of space for further white goods.
Carpeted staircase with white wooden handrails ascends from the sitting room to the upper hallway which is also carpeted, has a good sized airing cupboard, ceiling light, hatch to the attic (which is floored and insulated) and provides access to the two double bedrooms and family bathroom.
3.72m x 3.23m (12’2” x 10’7”)
Good sized double bedroom at the rear of the house with beautiful country views to waken up to every morning. In-built wardrobes, carpet, radiator and ceiling fan-light.
4.41m x 2.80m (14’6” x 9’2”)
Second double bedroom, this time at the front of the house with views to the Kilmun Hills. Two in-built wardrobes, a double and a single, carpet, radiator and ceiling fan-light. Door to the box room.
2.81m x 2.09m (9’3” x 6’10”)
Handy room situated directly off bedroom 2 that would make an ideal nursery or study with carpet, downlights and windows to the side.
2.19m x 1.75m (7’2” x 5’9”)
White bathroom suite comprising bath with electric shower over and glass screen, WC and wash-hand basin. Tiled floor and walls, ceiling light, chrome heated towel rail, electric shaver point and frosted window to the rear.
Gardens and Parking
Low maintenance front garden with picket fence, single gate and chipped stones either side of the pathway to the front door. The back garden is a good size and has been flattened and tiered by the current owners making it a family friendly enclosed garden with a patio area, large decking and paved slabs, all surrounded by privacy fence. The oil tank, which is discreetly situated in the back garden, is filled via a pipe that goes underneath the house. At the front of the property there is space for a couple of cars to park and turn.
Home Report Valuation - £105,000
EPC rating: D.