Stonefield is a lovely 3 bedroom detached property located in a quiet lane off Mary Street within walking distance of the town centre. Stonefield would make a great family home or ideal for those looking for a charming home in a peaceful location.
This home has a wonderful feel on entering and has been in the same family for over 50 years. The front storm doors and original half glazed door lead to a welcoming hallway with many original decorative features. The lounge is to the front and has a large bay window, coal fire and decorative cornicing. Opposite the lounge is the main bedroom also looking to the front of the property, a further double bedroom is to the rear. The dining room is off the hall and leads to the modern stylish kitchen with integral dish washer, fridge freezer, gas hob and a double electric oven. The back door leads out to the garden. Under the stairs is a handy W.C. On the upper floor is a spacious double bedroom and the family bathroom complete with a bath and a shower cubicle. Also on the upper floor is a large storage space which could be used as a hobby room or work shop. The heating is gas central heating and a coal fire and the windows are double glazed.
The back garden can be accessed from a side gate or from the back door and is a mature private garden ideal for children or the keen gardener. At the top of the garden is a timber shed and closer to the house, a stone outhouse.
Locally there is a fantastic range of outdoor and leisure activities including sailing, fishing, windsurfing, fast speed rib boat tours, quad bikes, stalking, clay shooting, golfing and much more. Dunoon Town Centre has a good selection of shops and restaurants, a cinema and swimming pool with flume and fitness suite/gym. Dunoon is of course the home of the Cowal Gathering, the largest and most spectacular highland games in the world.
Cowal is well known as the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, and is little over an hour from Glasgow. Take some time out and escape to this idyllic part of Scotland which is a haven for wildlife and outdoor activities, but also has great restaurants, pubs and festivals. The ferry trip across the Firth of Clyde is a fine introduction to the Cowal Peninsula. To the north the mountains surrounding the sea lochs of Loch Long and Loch Goil provide a stunning backdrop as the ferry arrives at the town of Dunoon, which has a great choice of shopping and eating out. Built around two sheltered bays, and with wonderful views over the water, Dunoon is also the seaboard gateway to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
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