Spacious three bedroom Victorian property in sought after Kirn Brae. The mid-terrace house, which has off-road parking and lovely sea views from the south-facing front rooms, comprises good sized sitting room, dining room, kitchen and cloakroom on the lower floor, family shower room on the mid-floor and the three bedrooms on the upper floor. Externally, the front garden has views down the Firth of Clyde and the back boasts a fully enclosed low maintenance garden with off-road parking for two or three vehicles at the rear. Further benefits to the house include the many original features such as high ceilings, bay windows, deep skirting boards and ornate cornicing and the property is double glazed and has gas central heating. Close to both primary and grammar schools and a very short stroll to Kirn Gardens and the local amenities, this would make an ideal family home and is sure to generate a lot of interest so early viewing is highly recommended.
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 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, Kitchen and Cloakroom
Mid Floor – Family Shower Room
Upper Floor – Three Bedrooms
The front entrance is via a pedestrian gate off Kirn Brae whilst the kitchen is accessed at the rear through the parking bay then back garden off the lane that runs behind the row of houses.
Once through the external door, vestibule and internal door you enter the hallway where the period features are evident with high ceilings, deep skirtings, ceiling rose, chandeliers and ornate cornicing; these features continue through the whole house. A deep tartan carpet runs the length of the hall and up the stairs.
5.00m x 3.95m
16’5” x 13’0”
Good sized sitting room with sea views through the bay windows. Again, period features adorn the room.
4.05m x 2.80m
13’4” x 9’3”
Off the hallway and with access to the kitchen. Window to the back garden.
3.50m x 2.50m
11’6” x 8’3”
At the rear of the house with window and door to the back garden. Fitted kitchen with white country-style wall and base units, integrated oven / grill with hob and extractor over and space for further white goods.
1.30m x 1.10m
4’4” x 3’8”
Handy downstairs cloakroom situated under the stairs and comprising WC and wash-hand basin.
Tartan carpeted staircase with Velux above which allows natural light to stream in over the half landing as well as the upper hallway.
2.40m x 1.65m
7’11” x 5’5”
Comprising walk-in shower cubicle, WC with concealed cistern and wash-hand basin set in storage unit. Tiled floor and walls, Velux window, downlights, heated towel rail and extractor.
The stairs continue to the Upper Hallway which offers space for a workstation, occasional furniture or additional storage. All bedrooms are reached off the hallway, as is the attic.
4.40m x 2.90m
14’6” x 9’7”
Front facing double room offering the most gorgeous of views of the Firth of Clyde and beyond.
4.25m x 2.90m
14’0” x 9’7”
L-shaped second double bedroom, this time situated at the rear, also with lovely sea and hill views.
3.70m x 2.20m
12’2” x 7’3”
Smallest of the bedrooms but still a decent size as a third bedroom or office.
The property boasts a small front garden with glorious sea views. The back has a small courtyard at the back door with two sheds and a further raised area which has been divided into a paved section and a parking area.
The parking area has space for two or three vehicles and is reached by the lane at the rear of the houses.
Gas Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.
9 Victoria Gardens is in Council Tax Band C and the amount payable for 2022/2023 is £1,677.51.
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.
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Council tax band: C, Domestic rates: £1677.51, Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: E