Spacious upper Victorian Villa with converted attic, self-contained annexe and panoramic sea views.
The property has retained many original features such as high ceilings, ornate cornicing and deep skirting boards and comprises two bedrooms, large sitting room, breakfasting kitchen, bathroom, WC and storage rooms in addition to the attic which is currently utilised as a huge bedroom and study area. Externally, the views from the garden are simply stunning and the annexe offers guest or teenager accommodation, a place to relax or possibly even a lucrative holiday let. Would make an ideal family home and really should be seen to be fully appreciated.
The village of Innellan is approximately 5 miles from Dunoon and boasts a local shop / post office, 2 pub / restaurants, many sports clubs including golf, tennis and bowling, an excellent primary school, church and village hall. Dunoon, Cowal’s capital town, has two supermarkets, local and independent shops, hairdressers, eateries, pubs, sports and sailing clubs, a museum and cinema amongst its attractions. 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.
Lower Floor – Sitting Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Cloakroom and Storage Room
Upper Floor – Attic Rooms (Currently Used as Study and Large Bedroom)
A wrought iron gate on the shore road opens to steps to both sides; the upper villa is reached by ascending the steps on the left hand side then via a pathway through the garden to the rear of the property where further steps lead you to the entrance vestibule.
A large black wooden door opens to the entrance vestibule which is carpeted, has a light and storage for outdoor wear. A further wooden door with feature glass opens to the hallway.
4.40m x 2.95m
14’6” x 9’9”
Wide and welcoming, the hallway sets the tone for the rest of the property with original features such as high ceilings, ornate cornicing and deep skirting boards. Shelved cupboard, carpet, radiator, wall lighting and leads to all rooms with the exception of the attic rooms.
5.60m x 4.40m
18’5” x 14’6”
Spacious sitting room with a stunning vista of the Firth of Clyde and the North Ayrshire countryside through the bay windows. Brimming with original features and large enough for lounge furniture plus a family table and chairs.
3.50m x 3.40m
11’6” x 11’2”
Good sized room with white wall and base units with darker worktops. Part-tiled walls, laminate flooring, ceiling light, radiator, extractor hood and plenty of space for white goods and a table and chairs. Spiral staircase to the attic rooms.
Adjacent to the kitchen is a very handy Storage Corridor (3.10m x 0.8m / 10’2” x 2’8”) and Storage Room (2.50m x 2.05m / 8’3” x 6’9”) which is ideal for further white goods and general storage. The room has windows on either side, ceiling light, radiator and houses the boiler.
4.80m x 3.32m
15’9” x 10’11”
Comfortable master bedroom with those views to waken up to in the morning! Carpet, ceiling light, two radiators, shelved cupboard and plenty of room for a large bed and bedroom furniture.
3.60m x 3.60
11’10” x 11’10”
Second good sized bedroom, this time at the rear with a window looking down the Clyde. Carpet, wall lights, radiator, and shelved cupboard.
3.35m x 2.40m
11’0” x 7’11”
Elegant bathroom comprising freestanding roll-top bath, Victorian-style wash-hand basin and walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower. Part-tiled / part wood panelled walls, tile effect flooring, ceiling light, radiator and deep front-facing window.
1.85m x 0.90m
6’1” x 3’0”
Off the hallway and consisting of WC and wash-hand basin. Fully tiled walls, tile-effect flooring, radiator, ceiling light and opaque window to the rear.
A spiral staircase from the kitchen winds to the converted attic made up of a Study Area (3.40m x 2.75m / 11’2” x 9’1”) which has a Velux window and a large walk-in cupboard and a spacious room, currently used as a Bedroom (5.52m x 4.80 / 18’2” x 15’9”) which has two Velux windows, carpet and two ceiling lights.
The annexe is a fantastic addition to the property and offers additional accommodation for guests or teenagers, as a chill-out area or even as a holiday let.
2.71m x 2.00m
8’11” x 6’7”
The annexe is accessed from the garden into the kitchen area, which comprises wash-hand basin, plumbing for a washing machine, shelved storage units above and below the sink, wall light, heater and space for a settee or small table and chairs.
3.32m x 3.10m
10’11” x 10’2”
The lounge has Floor-to-ceiling windows on three sides and offers absolutely stunning views over the garden to the sea. Laminate flooring and plenty of power points for lights and heaters.
2.66m x 0.8m
8’9” x 2’8”
At the rear, the shower room is made of up a walk-in cubicle with electric shower at one side and the WC at the other. Part-tiled walls, ceiling light, heater and extractor.
Gardens and Parking
The garden makes the most of the views and location with different seating areas to enjoy the surroundings, a drying area and a plethora of trees, shrubs and plants all of which add colour and character. Parking is on the shore road in the parking bays near the entrance gate.
EPC rating: D.