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No. 19 Graham Place is the best example of its style that this agency has marketed in recent years.
Nestling at the head of this small cul-de-sac and overlooking amenity grounds this tastefully presented end terraced villa features a secure child-friendly garden which is fenced and southerly facing to the rear.
Situated within the popular Churchill area of Helensburgh, this broad fronted house has been enhanced by the installation of upvc double glazed windows, access doors and rear French doors (leading to a sun deck), a, modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, a stylish bathroom, solid pine interior doors, wrought iron and pine balustrade, built-in wardrobes and contemporary finishes.
The well proportioned accommodation comprises: broad reception hall with large, walk-in storage cupboard, bright lounge / dining room and southerly facing, well equipped breakfasting kitchen. Upstairs leads to three double bedrooms (two with built-in, mirror fronted wardrobes) and lovely bathroom with shower.
The garden has been professionally landscaped and is laid out for ease of maintainance.
The Churchill area provides the John Logie Baird primary school, a community centre, a local shop and regular bus service to the town centre.
The property is well placed for access to the town's reputable primary and secondary schools and is around half a mile from Helensburgh Central railway station (with journey time of 45 minutes to Glasgow and direct service to Edinburgh).
Helensburgh is acknowledged as an affluent coastal town which has its origins in the 17th century. This thriving town offers a wide range of restaurants, banks, health care facilities, Waitrose supermarket, two metro stores, parish churches, places of historic interest, bars, cafes, leisure centre, swimming pool, Victoria Halls (used for cultural events), pier, promenade and several parks.
The town offers a number of sports and recreational facilities including tennis, squash, bowling, golf, cricket and sailing clubs.
Rhu Marina and the Royal Northern and Clyde sailing club are to be found within three miles of the property.
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