Property Details

3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom

Spacious 3 bedroom upper flat with truly stunning water and country views from its enviable location on the banks of the Holy Loch. ‘Letters Place’ comprises a lovely sitting room with log-burning stove and gorgeous vista through the bay windows, large dining kitchen which opens to the back garden, two double bedrooms both of which are front-facing, a third bedroom which has stairs leading to the full-width converted attic with Velux windows to both front and back, bathroom, cloakroom and utility room. Externally, the south-facing property boasts a private back garden looking down to the Holy Loch and a parking bay, shared with the downstairs flat. This will undoubtedly appeal to anyone looking for a full-time residence, fantastic holiday home or lucrative holiday let set in a truly beautiful, and much sought-after, setting.

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 six 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. Other places of interest and / or leisure include the arboretum with its many species of trees and wildlife and several recognised walks of varying degree of ease and the Argyll Mausoleum set in the grounds of Kilmun Church.
The popular, and ever expanding, Holy Loch Marina is just a few minutes’ drive away at the other side of the loch although many boat-owners also have a mooring in the loch for using during the summer months. A regular bus service to Dunoon makes 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.

Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms, Single Bedroom / Study, Bathroom, Cloakroom, Utility Room and Converted Attic

Storm doors situated off the parking area open to an entrance hallway and stairs to the main body of the flat. At the top of the stairs is the utility room, next to the door to the hallway.

A large wooden door opens to the long hallway which has laminate flooring, ceiling lights, radiator and leads to all rooms with the exceptions of the kitchen and the attic room.

Sitting Room
5.50m x 4.70m
18’1” x 15’5”
Bright and airy sitting room with gorgeous water and country views through the bay windows. The spacious room boasts a log burning stove, laminate flooring, radiator, ceiling light and shelved alcove and is large enough for any configuration of lounge furniture.

Dining Kitchen
5.50m x 2.80m
18’1” x 9’3”
Generously sized kitchen at the rear with window and door offering direct access to the private garden. Country-style wall and base units, wood-effect worktops, breakfast bar and flooring, part-tiled walls, two feature ceiling lights and modern extractor. Ample space for white goods although the ones in situ are available for private purchase.

Bedroom 1
3.55m x 3.30m
11’8” x 10’10”
Double room to the front offering a simply beautiful view to waken up to every morning. Carpet, ceiling light, radiator and plenty of space for a large bed and bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 2
3.70m x 3.30m
12’2” x 10’10”
Second front-facing double room with stunning vistas. Carpet, ceiling light, radiator and shelved alcove.

Bedroom 3 / Study
2.90m x 2.60m
9’7” x 8’7”
Located at the foot of the stairs to the floored attic, the room could be used as a small bedroom or study. Window to the rear, ceiling light and radiator.

7.55m x 5.10m
24’10” x 16’9”
Full width attic conversion which has been floored and insulated. 6 Velux windows in total allow plenty of natural light to stream in as well as providing a panoramic view of the Holy Loch and hills beyond.

2.50m x 1.75m
8’3” x 5’9”
Comprises L-shaped bath with electric shower over and wash-hand basin with storage under. Wet-wall panelling, chrome heated towel rail, laminate flooring, ceiling light and window to the rear.

2.00m x 1.45m
6’7” x 4’9”
Adjacent to the bathroom and comprising WC with concealed cistern and wash-hand basin. Chrome heated towel rail, laminate flooring, ceiling light and window to the rear.

Utility Room
1.55m x 1.55m
5’1” x 5’1”
Handy utility room at the top of the entrance stairs. Plumbed for washing machine, shelving and window to the rear.

Gardens and Parking
The garden at the rear is accessed from the kitchen and is for the exclusive use of the upstairs flat. Laid mainly to lawn and offering a private space to enjoy the beautiful soundings as well as allowing children and / or pets to play in complete safety. Immediately to the front of the property is a parking bay for three of four cars which is shared between the lower and upper flats.

Most of the white goods are available for private purchase.

Mains Water
Mains Drainage
Log Burning Stove and Electric Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
Letters Place is in Council Tax Band B and the amount payable for 2022/2023 is £1,467.82.

Home Report
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, Domestic rates: £1467.82, EPC rating: E

  • South Facing Upper Flat
  • Truly Stunning Location
  • Spectacular Views
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Private Garden and Parking
  • Log Burning Stove
  • Large Attic Conversion
  • Sought After Location
  • Lovely Family Home
  • Lucrative Holiday Let
  • Council Tax Band: B

No Floor Plan available