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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Woodside Cottage Main Street, Inverkip, PA16 0AX
- Stone built traditional extended cottage
- Secure enclosed west facing gardens
- Marina and water views
- Dining sized kitchen
- Cul-de-sac location
Woodside Cottage is a stunning extended stone cottage dating back to 1805, located in the popular village of Inverkip. The property sits in landscaped walled gardens and boasts views to Inverkip Marina and the Firth of Clyde. The property itself has been painstakingly upgraded by the present owners with many walls re-plastered, flooring replaced, new bathroom, bespoke kitchen, new solid hardwood doors and condensing boiler which was installed in 2007.
The accommodation comprises entrance vestibule leading to the reception hallway via two recently renewed doors. The reception hallway gives access to a stunning formal lounge with original vaulted ceiling panelled by the joiners of the Ardgowan Estate. A real fireplace adds to the charm and a set of French doors lead to a circular conservatory with broad aspects over the gardens. The kitchen is laid on an L-shaped open plan and is fitted with a range of wooden wall and base units with range cooker which is included in the sale. A dining room and TV/sitting room complete the public rooms on the ground floor.
The property has four bedrooms located on the upper level and a study/home office which could be adapted to form an ensuite if required. The family bathroom is located on the ground floor and is fitted with an attractive four piece suite to include corner shower, WC, wash hand basin and stand alone claw foot bath.
In addition to the above the property has three stone built outbuildings / store rooms, one housing the central heating boiler and wendy house. Gas central heating has been installed.
The village of Inverkip itself is well served with travel links with a regular train service direct to Glasgow. The marina is considered to be one of the finest in Scotland with berths for 600 craft.