2 Bed House - Conversion for Sale in Kilmun

2 Dhu-Loch, Kilmun, DUNOON, PA23 8SB
Offers Over £149,995 2 bedrooms, 1 reception room

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Fantastic converted former stables that offers character with a modern twist.

The property

Corrigall Black are proud to present to the market this truly unique 2 bedroom property with stunning garden set in a quiet location within the village of Kilmun. Beautifully Converted from the stables of what was Dhu Loch Dairy this home has a large open plan living area covering the whole ground floor, which comprises kitchen, lounge... More

Corrigall Black are proud to present to the market this truly unique 2 bedroom property with stunning garden set in a quiet location within the village of Kilmun. Beautifully Converted from the stables of what was Dhu Loch Dairy this home has a large open plan living area covering the whole ground floor, which comprises kitchen, lounge and dining areas and is completed by a superb wood burning stove. Upstairs there are two double bedrooms one of which is en-suite and a family bathroom. Lit by lots of natural light this home is full of character complimented by original features and it also benefits from an exceptional private garden and off road parking. From the upper floor there are partial sea views out to the River Clyde. With so much charm this property would make a beautiful home with brilliant sociable space, tranquil location and fantastic garden and as such early viewing is highly recommended. Situation Kilmun is a small village set on the shore of the Holy Loch on the Cowal peninsula. Beautiful woodland walks. The village is served by a post office/shop, hotel/pub, medical centre, golf club and has its own primary school. The area is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts with sailing available at the nearby Holy Loch marina and the fantastic woodlands offer beautiful walking and mountain biking opportunities. The town of Dunoon located 7 miles to the west offers further amenities including two supermarkets, cinema, secondary school, bowling greens, hospital and a delightful mix of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Western Ferries run a regular vehicle and passenger ferry from Hunter's Quay to Gourock giving road access to Glasgow runs regularly from Dunoon pier and onwards. A passenger ferry also to Gourock with rail links to Glasgow and beyond to the rest of the UK. Glasgow Airport can be reached in just over an hour. The beautiful, private garden for this property has stunning views out to the River Clyde and offers many different uses. There is a paved path surrounded by a colourful array of shrubs and bushes that runs through the garden. A large shed provides plenty of space for storing tools, outdoor items and sporting equipment. Beyond this there is a grass lawn area, and also steps running up to a summer house with decking from which the views out to the sea are stunning making it the perfect location for sitting and escaping in the scene and tranquil surroundings. Further on there is a whole area set out with beds for growing vegetables, herbs or whatever you decide. This garden really is a delightful escape, would be perfect for entertaining and barbecues while equally being somewhere to retreat to and relax in its peaceful serenity. This area previously had planning permission for a house. From the parking area, a paved courtyard runs to the main door of the property and also provides some more outdoor space for sitting out on sunny days. Living space (Lounge, kitchen and dining) The main door opens up into the large open plan living area that spreads across the whole ground floor. Beautiful wooden beams give the space a warm homely feel and the multiple windows flood the area with natural light. A wood burning stove offers further character and would be perfect for bringing heat and an atmospheric glow on cold winter evenings. The tiled floor kitchen area has floor standing and wall mounted cabinets, worktops, stainless steel sink and space for a cooker, washing machine, dish washer, tumble dryer, fridge and freezer. The lounge area has wooden effect flooring and has plenty of room for a couple of sofas and other seating around the focal point of the wood burner. The dining area lies next to the stairs which makes clever use of the space as well as giving it some definition from the lounge. There is ample room for a dining table, chairs and other furniture. The upper hall is a spacious area with a window facing out to the front of the property offering partial sea views. This is another good use of space in this property as the hall has been utilised as a study/home office and has plenty of room to house a desk, chair, sofa and other office essentials. Bedroom 1 The main bedroom is a large double and has 2 built in wardrobes providing lots of storage space. Dual aspect windows offer views out to the back of the property and to the front out to the sea. En-suite The en-suite has a tiled shower and wash hand basin with vanity unit. Bedroom 2 The second double bedroom also has dual aspect windows bringing lots of natural light to the room. Family bathroom The family bathroom comprises bath, wash hand basin, toilet and heated towel rail. A sky light window ensures the room remains bright and fresh while still being private.

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  • Bedroom 1

    5.47 m X 4.01 m / 17'11" X 13'2"

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  • Bedroom 2

    5.2 m X 2.98 m / 17'1" X 9'9"

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  • Bathroom

    2.42 m X 1.62 m / 7'11" X 5'4"

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  • Ensuite

    2.29 m X 1.06 m / 7'6" X 3'6"

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  • Living Space

    11.64 m X 5.38 m / 38'2" X 17'8"

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  • New ItemUpper hall/office space

    4.53 m X 2.42 m / 14'10" X 7'11"

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Energy rating F

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Corrigall Black - Dunoon

01369 702941

20 John Street, Dunoon, PA23 8BN

Property reference: E406337

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