Lovely 3 bed detached stone property with panoramic sea views from its elevated position on sought-after Bullwood Road. Constructed around 1989 and set in 2.6 acres of land, ‘Sghor Bheann’ comprises a large sitting room with patio doors to the garden, spacious dining room with dual patio doors to the front and side, breakfasting kitchen with adjoining utility room, three double bedrooms, the master of which has an en-suite shower room and patio doors to a balcony overlooking the Firth of Clyde, reading area, study, family bathroom, downstairs WC and reception hallway. Gas central heating, double glazing, a private garden and driveway further enhance this delightful property. We are expecting a lot of interest in this so early viewing is highly recommended.
Lower floor – Reception Hallway, Sitting Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Dining Room, Home Office / Bedroom 4, Utility Room and Cloakroom
Upper Floor – Three Double Bedrooms, one with En-Suite Shower Room, Reading Area and Family Bathroom
A sweeping driveway from Bullwood Road leads to the parking area and the entrance portico to the house.
Entrance door with feature glass and windows either side opens from the portico to the reception hallway which is wide and welcoming with parquet flooring, vertical radiator, ceiling light, and leads to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen, study, downstairs cloakroom and the stairs to the upper floor as well as having space for occasional furniture.
6.40m x 4.25m
21’0” x 14’0”
Generously sized room which is bright and airy with patio doors to the front garden, two side windows, wooden flooring and double doors to the dining room.
4.10m x 4.00m
13’6” x 13’2”
Off the sitting room and kitchen, the spacious dining room has patio doors to both the side and front gardens. Parquet flooring, ceiling light, vertical radiator and ample space for a large family dining table and chairs.
4.25m x 4.00m
14’0” x 11’8”
Good sized breakfasting kitchen off the hallway and dining room. Fitted with grey wall and base units with cream worktops and integrated oven, grill, gas hob with extractor hood over, laminate flooring, ceiling light and vertical radiator. The window over the sink has a wonderful view down the Firth of Clyde.
2.80m x 1.95m
9’3” x 6’5”
Off the kitchen and with a frosted glass door to the side garden, the utility room is plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Base units, laminate flooring and further window to the side.
Home Office / Bedroom 4
2.80m x 2.05m
9’3” x 6’9”
Downstairs office at the rear which could also be used a fourth bedroom.
1.55m x 1.55m
5’1” x 5’1”
Handy downstairs cloakroom comprising WC, wash-hand basin with storage under, radiator, ceiling light and opaque window to the side.
Carpeted staircase with window at the foot, wall lights and wooden balustrade ascends from the lower hallway to the upper hallway and reading area.
4.50m x 4.00m
14’10” x 13’2”
A lovely bonus to this house is the charming reading area on the upper floor. Three Velux windows ensure that plenty of natural light streams down, the parquet flooring adds charms with the radiator and ceiling light adding practicality.
Bedroom 1 with En-suite
4.75m x 3.25m
15’7” x 10’8”
Fantastic master bedroom with patio doors to a full width balcony offering panoramic views up the Clyde to Dunoon. Velux window, large walk-in dressing area, carpet, ceiling light, radiator and ample space for bedroom furniture. The En-Suite (2.65m x 1.85m / 8’9” x 6’1”) comprises a walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash-hand basin. Tiled floor and walls, Velux window, ceiling light and heated towel rail.
2.95m x 2.95m
9’9” x 9’9”
Bedrooms 2 and 3 mirror each other with both having windows to the rear, Velux windows to the side, carpet, ceiling light, radiator and ample space for bedroom furniture.
2.95m x 2.95m
9’9” x 9’9”
As per Bedroom 2.
2.70m x 2.00m
8’11” x 6’7”
Comprises stand-alone roll-top bath, WC and wash-hand basin, two Velux windows, part-wood panelling walls, radiator and ceiling light.
Gardens and Driveway
The property sits in 2.6 acres of land, most of which is woodland at the rear. Enveloping the house, however, is a combination of lawned, seating and chipped stoned areas all bound by a stone wall offering privacy but not impeding the incredible vistas on offer. A monoblock driveway sweeps from Bullwood Road to the parking area at the side of the house.
Gas Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.
86 Bullwood Road is in Council Tax Band F and the amount payable for 2022/2023 is £2,980.32.
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.
Strictly by appointment with Waterside Property Ltd.
Council tax band: F, Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: C