**** Home Report Valuation £235,000 ****
Truly stunning farmhouse conversion with breathtaking sea and country views. Built around 1850, ‘The Old Dairy’ is beautifully decorated and in absolute walk-in condition having been totally transformed and updated in the last few years whilst retaining the original charm and beauty of an older building. Internally the property boasts a recently built conservatory with a striking vista, a large country-style dining kitchen with French Doors to the rear, an elegant sitting room, an upstairs lounge area, three / four bedrooms (two have en-suite shower rooms) and family bathroom. Externally, a private area at the rear leads to the well-maintained common courtyard whilst the front garden is both aesthetically pleasing and practical having been lovingly and thoughtfully designed, to include plenty of seating areas, grow vegetables or just enjoy the surroundings. The garden, which is fully enclosed also has space for a couple of cars to park in the driveway. This will undoubtedly appeal to families as well as those looking for a relaxing holiday or forever home and should be seen to be fully appreciated.
Dalinlongart is a small rural Hamlet close to Sandbank which is approximately three miles from Dunoon, Cowal’s capital town. The village, which sits on the banks of the Holy Loch, boasts a marina, sailing club, village shop / post office, two pubs, primary school, bowling club and a children’s play area with basketball / 5-a-side football pitch. The famous Benmore Botanic Garden and Loch Eck are just a couple of miles further north. As well as everything that goes with a large seaside town, Dunoon also 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 – Conservatory, Sitting Room, Dining Kitchen, Family Bathroom and Bedroom 4 / Study
Upper Floor – Lounge Area and Three Double Bedrooms (Two with En-Suite Shower rooms)
Double and single gates at the side of the property open to the driveway and the beautiful front garden.
4.9m x 4.0m
16’1” x 13’2”
Built within the last two years, the conservatory overlooks the garden to the Holy Loch and hills beyond and offers a relaxing place to enjoy the stunning surroundings.
7.5m x 2.3m
24’8” x 7’7”
Off the conservatory, the welcoming hallway sets the tone for the rest of the house. Contemporary and stylish flooring with underfloor heating (a feature throughout the ground floor), leads to the sitting room, kitchen, family bathroom, bedroom 4 / study and the stairs to the upper floor. A good sized cupboard under the stairs houses electric, telecom and satellite TV junction boxes and the hot water tank.
5.5m x 4.8m
18’1” x 15’9”
Elegant sitting room with dual aspect to the hills and the Holy Loch. Spacious, bright and airy room which is ideal for formal entertaining.
6.0m x 4.7m
19’9” x 15’5”
Extremely comfortable country-style dining kitchen which is perfect for socialising with family and friends. Updated to a very high standard in the last couple of years and incorporating many integrated appliances and an island unit with hob and extractor hood over. Large front-facing window and French Doors to a small private section and then on the very well-maintained communal courtyard, which is shared by all the residents of Dalinlongart.
2.7m x 2.4m
8’11” x 7’11”
Another room which has been upgraded in the last three years and comprises modern suite of P-shaped bath with shower over, wash-hand basin with storage under and WC with concealed cistern. Window to the side with deep sill.
Bedroom 4 / Study
3.9m x 2.9m
12’10” x 9’7”
The downstairs bedroom which is currently utilised as an office, has a built in wardrobe and window to the side to the courtyard. Could also be used as a TV room or nursery.
6.6m x 5.3m (at widest points)
21’8” x 17’5”
The carpeted staircase winds to the upper floor and to the spacious landing which is flooded with natural light through the Velux windows at the rear and the loch and hill-facing windows at the front. The current owners have utilised the space exceptionally well making a very comfortable Lounge Area in the large recess inbetween the two en-suite bedrooms.
4.7m x 4.0m
15’5” x 13’2”
Good sized room with a large built in wardrobe, double aspect windows offering sea views from the front enhanced by mountain views from the rear. The En-suite Shower Room comprises a walk-in shower cubicle, wash-hand basin with storage under and a WC with concealed cistern. Tiled flooring, part-tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail and Velux window.
4.7m x 3.6m
15’5” x 11’10”
Another large double bedroom with stunning views and an En-Suite Shower Room comprising curved walk-in shower cubicle and modern WC and wash-hand basin. Also with tiled flooring, part-tiled walls, Velux window and chrome heated towel rail.
3.2m x 2.7m
10’6” x 8’10”
The smallest of the upstairs bedrooms but still fits a double bed and bedroom furniture with ease. Windows to the side.
At the rear of the property, accessed via the French Doors is the compact private area of garden with decking and a drying area and a gate that leads to the communal courtyard in the centre of the adjoining properties. The gardens at the front have been lovingly transformed into interesting walkways, seating areas, vegetable plots and have the bonus of a couple of outhouses…and those views!
All of the properties at Dalinlongart share a septic tank which is situated round the back.
EPC rating: C.