Property Details

4 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms

Set in a prime location with stunning sea and hill views sits this south-facing detached 4 / 5 bedroom property with private gardens, driveway and  ntegrated garage. On the banks of the Holy Loch in the sought after village of Kilmun, this light and airy house has an enormous sitting room with picture frame window to the front from which to experience the splendour of the loch, nature reserve and the hills behind. It would make an ideal family home or an outstanding holiday home and really should be seen to be fully appreciated.

Other Features of the Property
Location - Benefiting from the tidal effects of the Clyde the vista changes daily. At high tide views over Holy Loch, at low tide the Holy Loch nature reserve becomes exposed ideal for budding bird watchers.

Roof –This duo-pitched roof has been designed to weather the West of Scotland coastal climate. It is low maintenance (no wind blown tiles) and is algae resistant. It also means all the first floor rooms are full height with no vaulted ceilings.

External Wall Insulation- added 2 years ago it is both aesthetically pleasing as well as vastly improving the thermal efficiency of the house. The silicon based top coat is extremely resistant to the weather and long lasting as it expands and contracts with the building.

Dimplex Quantum storage heaters –top of the range installed 2 years ago and linked to Economy 7 supply which makes the heating as economical as mains gas. The additional panel wall heaters in all
the rooms as an extra backup should it be needed.

PIV Unit- the Positive Input Ventilation system brings filtered and pre heated air into the home. This provides a constant stream of clean warm air.


Lower Floor:
Large Sitting / Dining Room
7.15m x 4.80m
23'6" x 15'9"
Large, light sitting room with stunning sea and hill views through the large picture frame window.

4.15m x 2.75m
13'8" x 9'1"
Fully fitted country cottage style kitchen with wooden wall and base units, recently installed integrated oven / grill and hob with extractor over. Dual aspect with side window to the garden and front window looking to the water and hillside. Direct access to the integrated garage.

Study / Bedroom 5
4.80m x 2.05m
15'9" x 6'9"
Accessible via the sitting room at the back of the property would make an ideal study but could also be used as bedroom 5.

Shower Room
2.60m x 1.50m
8'7" x 5'0"
Large modern room comprising walk-in shower cubicle, WC and wash-hand basin.

Utility Room
2.00m x 1.50m
6'7" x 5'0"
Through the garage is the utility room which is plumbed for washing machine and tumble dryer. Fitted sink, extractor and window.

Upper Floor:

Bedroom 1
4.95m x 3.80m
16'3" x 12'6"
Three front facing windows ensure that the master bedroom has a panoramic view of the water and hills beyond.

Bedroom 2
4.30m x 2.80m
14'2" x 9'3"
Second front facing double bedroom with the addition of a good sized walk-in cupboard.

Bedroom 3
3.90m x 3.25m
12'10" x 10'8"
Another good sized room with side window.

Bedroom 4
4.90m x 2.25m
16'1" x 7'5"
At the rear of the house with side window.

With bath, WC, wash-hand basin and separate walk-in shower cubicle.

The property benefits by having well maintained front and side gardens, both with lovely views. The front is in two sections, either side of the driveway and laid mainly to raised lawn with additional seating areas and bound by hedges and a stone wall. The side garden has an enclosed lawn, ideal for keeping young children and dogs safe, with drying section and backs on to the National Park with access to the UK’s first Arboretum.

Driveway and Garage
The newly gravelled driveway sweeps from the shore road to the front and  side of the house and offers parking for several vehicles. The integrated garage is a good size (5.40m x 4.35m) and could be used for vehicles, boats, trailers, storage or as a workshop.

The picturesque village of Kilmun is surrounded by natural beauty, sits on the banks of the Holy Loch and has outstanding views, not only of the loch and the Firth of Clyde, but also the surrounding hills and countryside. The area, which is approximately seven miles from Dunoon and on the edge of Scotland's First National Park, is well served with a post office / mini market, hotel, pub, golf and bowling clubs, medical centre, churches and a fantastic primary school which has been awarded the Green Flag. The popular, and ever expanding, Holy Loch Marina is just a few minutes’ drive away at the other side of the loch. There is also a regular bus service to Dunoon making the supermarkets, shops, hairdressers, eateries, pubs, sports and sailing clubs and cinema etc easily accessible. In addition, there are two ferry links to Gourock with rail and coach links meaning that Glasgow city centre is little more than an hour away, with Glasgow Airport, Braehead Shopping Centre and Greenock even closer.

EPC rating: E.

  • Sought After Shoreside Location
  • Stunning South Facing Views
  • Professional Eco Features
  • Private Gardens and Parking
  • 4 Double Beds Plus Study
  • Walk-in Condition
  • Tastefully Decorated
  • Integrated Garage / Workshop
  • No Chain – Immediately Available
  • Home Report Valuation £270,000
  • Council Tax Band: E
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