** Closing date set for 28/10/22 at 12 noon ** Traditional Maisonette laid over first and second floor with private ground floor entrance from Inveraray's main street. Danna sits outside the conventional norms and offers many quirky design features ideal for family life or to get away from it all. A south facing and enchanting mezzanine style balcony connects the Kitchen extension to the original building offering a surprising outdoor patio space perfect for quiet outdoor reflection or entertaining. The layout of this home has been cleverly thought out and it shows in every room. The property comprises; a lounge with a handsome Stratford multifuel eco-boiler stove that provides central heating and hot water, open plan kitchen/diner, a utility room, 3 double bedrooms, a recently upgraded family bathroom on the 2nd floor and additional modern shower room on the first floor. The tranquil vibe continues outside with the property’s welcoming and extensive rear garden with established annual perennial foliage, veg patches, composting area, greenhouse, substantial Workshop/Garage and pond. This town centre home further benefits from double glazing, private parking and patio/bbq area. Danna’s central location provides doorstep access to the shops, bars, cafes, local primary school and all the various amenities the charming Royal Burgh has to offer. Highspeed broadband, 4G and digital television are available.
Ground floor front entrance
Private access through timber door with glass inserts that welcome you in from the main street. Tiled flooring on entry, smoke detector and flush LED ceiling lighting. A carpeted staircase leads to first floor landing with a central heating radiator and rear window with insert shelf space below. Following onwards the second floor stairs with Velux window light from above, loft access, smoke detector and flush LED ceiling lighting.
Lounge 5.6m x 4.2m (at widest point)
Comfortable room with lots of character, a handsome fireplace with stone hearth homing Stratford multifuel eco-boiler stove proving central heating and hot water, carpeted flooring, dual aspect views from the two traditional sash and case style windows, padded seating benches with storage underneath providing views to the main street and the balcony area. In built Library shelving compliments the relaxed atmosphere of this lounge, elegant white cornicing, pendant lighting, central heating radiator, TV point, phone point, smoke detector and carbon monoxide monitor. This space offers ample room for freestanding lounge furniture.
Kitchen/Diner 7.3m x 4.2m (at widest point)
Considerable space is complimented by the open plan design. Double glazed door and full height side window provide light and entry from the rear garden steps. Cream shaker style wall and base units finished with cottage style cup handles, patterned glass insert shelving and under cabinet lighting. Plentiful grey worktop space, engaging tile splashbacks, stainless steel double sink with mixer tap, solid beech flooring, ceiling hung pot storage, Concept electric cooker with Kuk extractor fan and modern splashback. Plumbing and electrics for white goods and a smoke detector. Double windows in family dining area offer light and views to rear gardens and the Bell Tower beyond. A mixture of spot lighting and pendant lighting. Rear extension loft hatch access and central heating radiator and panel heater. Utility room accessed from this area.
Utility area 3.4m x 1.2m
Carpeted flooring with plenty of shelving and coat hooks. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier. Ideal laundry room and storage area for drying outdoor clothing and boots.
Balcony/Terrace 3.2m x 2.2m
South facing and situated between the original building and kitchen extension this surprising outdoor balcony sheds light into the hallway and would be a talking point for visitors. Accessed through double glazed patio doors and onto timber decked seating area. An engaging space for entertaining or reading with timber framed and polycarbonate roof, wrought iron railings.
Shower room 2.2m x 1.2m
A large thermostatic shower enclosure with red respatex walls and sliding glass doors, modern white hand wash basin with matching respatex splashback, WC, opaque glass double glazed window, electric mirror, laminate flooring, heated towel rail, flush LED ceiling lighting and extractor fan.
Bedroom one 3.6m x 2.8m
Double bedroom with first floor views to the front through sash and case window. Sink and towel rail providing private wash facilities. Plenty of room for freestanding bedroom furniture, carpeted and pendant lighting.
Family Bathroom 3.2m x 1.6m
Recently upgraded Bohemian style bathroom delightfully presented. On the second floor it comprises; White four piece suite, thermostatic shower enclosure with neutral respatex splashback, trendy wash hand basin in free standing vanity unit with shelving, white modern bath with mixer tap and shower head adaption, matching WC, velux window, heated towel rail, flush LED ceiling lighting and extractor fan. The contemporary décor is completed with mosaic patterned linoleum flooring and navy wood panelling throughout.
Carpeted stairs with Velux window light from above. Top landing with loft access, smoke detector and flush LED ceiling lighting. Space for shelving or a small desk
Bedroom two 4m x 2.8m
Double bedroom on 2nd floor with inbuilt storage space and ample room for freestanding bedroom furniture. Carpeted flooring, central heating radiator and pendant lighting. Dormer sash and case windows with secondary timber framed glazing. Currently housing home office/study space.
Bedroom three 4.2m x 3.9m
Generous double bedroom on the 2nd floor with extra in-built storage cupboards. Large double wardrobe and space for additional bedroom furniture. Carpeted flooring, central heating radiator and pendant lighting. Dormer sash and case windows with secondary glazed timer frame window.
Large south facing garden to the rear of the property. Accessed from main avenue of town through large timber workshop/garage. The workshop not only has light and power it provides space for two vehicles and offers practical territory for outdoor equipment, tools or water sport apparatus. The garden is simply charming displaying many interesting elements with a pond, bird feeders and numerous veg patches for self-sufficient growers or horticultural hobbies. It has a drying green and a number of mature annual flowering shrubs providing contrasting colours throughout the seasons. Laid with monoblock paving, red stone chip borders and numerous bedding areas all leading to a beautiful clematis which climbs the stairs to the kitchen entry door. Views from the garden of Inveraray’s historic Bell Tower.
The property is located in a central location of the much sought-after town of Inveraray, the main primary school, shopping area and amenities literally on your doorstep. Home of the Duke of Argyll is situated approximately 1 hour west of Glasgow Airport, 45 minutes south of Oban and 30 minutes North of Lochgilphead. The property is conveniently located near the waterfront of the thriving main shopping area. The town of Inveraray has the benefit of a primary school, a Doctors surgery, 9 hole golf course, a variety of independent shops including The Courtyard gift shop overlooking the front green. The Loch Fyne Hotel has a leisure club with a swimming pool and spa. There are many places to eat and drink including Brambles bistro, The Inveraray Inn, Ocho and the renowned Samphire Seafood Restaurant.
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