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Flat 2 Myrtle Park forms part of this impressive Victorian mansionhouse and enjoys an idyllic setting on the banks of Loch Long.
Affording wonderful and uninterupted views over Loch long and beyond to the Cowal peninsula, the property is set within expansive grounds which feature a drive in / drive out horse-shoe, chipped driveway which accentuates the grandeur of this handsome property.
Flat 2, Myrtle Park forms an upper conversion of this handsome property and offers large, traditionally proportioned rooms, which are synonymous with homes of this period.
Complemented by partial double glazing and oil fired central heating the home has been enhanced by the re-fitting of its kitchen and retains a number of the distinguishing architectural features associated with homes of this era.
Featuring a private, mature garden ( a part of which was once a lawned tennis court - and which could be readily re-instated) the property, of appeal to professionals and retirees alike, is well placed for access to the villages amenities, regular bus services and is less than a mile from Cove sailing club.
Tha accommodation comprises: lower hall (with boiler/drying room off), broad upper landing (suited for entertaining), impressive bay windowed lounge (with 'period' fireplace), dining room, 19' x 17' bay windowed master bedroom with 'Jack & Jill' bathroom, further 2 generous double bedrooms (one with walk-in boxroom), 14' fitted breakfasting kitchen, and toilet with two piece suite. Single garage.
Cove provides a community hall, general store, sailing club and is within a mile of Kilcreggan's reputable primary school. The village is well served by a regular bus service and is situated on the northern shore of the Clyde estuary.
The neighbouring village of Kilcreggan provides a regular passenger ferry service to Gourock (with onward train services to Glasgow), health centre, inn, bowling club and local shops.
The village of Garelochhead (8 miles away) provide a sleeper service to London, broader range of shops, out-door centre and other recreational facilities.
The Clyde estuary offers first class sailing facilities and the surrounding countryside provides challenging hill walks, selection of golf courses, excellent angling opportunities and a further range of sports and recreational venues.
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