HOUSE hunters looking for a magificent traditional property in Kilmacolm should stop and take a closer looking at this incredible home in the heart of the village. 

The effortlessly elegant 'Novar' was built in around 1895, in a period known at the 'Mauve Decade'. 

The exquisite four-bedroom home, which is said to offer amazing flexibility in terms of its accommodation, sits around 100m from Kilmacolm's main spread of shops and amentites. 

The Edwardian semi-detached villa needs a bit of TLC in places to bring it back to its best but it is undoubtedly a fantastic family home. 

Features including stained floorboards and original balustrade enhance the traditional feel of the home. 

The beautiful front-facing lounge is light and bright all-year-round.

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This amazing traditional space has an oriel-style window which adds to the overall grand tone of the home. 

A wooden fireplace is a striking focal point and is complemented by hardwood flooring. 

There's plenty of room for all the family to relax in this fantastic area of the home. 

An elegant sitting room provides even more space for chilling out at any time of the day. 

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This lovely space looks out over the rear gardens. 

Househunters will be impressed by the size of the fabulous breakfasting kitchen. 

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There's a good selection of wall and floor units, complemented by ample worktop space. 

One of the standout features is a gas AGA stove. 

Viewers will love that there's enough space in this room for a good-sized table and chairs too.

A substantial utility room, which was added many years after the home's original construction, complements the features in the kitchen. 

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The kitchen leads onto the incredible conservatory. 

This amazing space looks out onto the garden and will be the perfect spot in which to relax at any time of the year. 

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A handy cloakroom/wc completes the accommodation on this floor of the home.

Upstairs, prospective buyers will find four exquisite double bedrooms. 

The principal bedroom is said to 'mirror' the floor below as it also has an oriel-style window and looks out onto the lovely gardens. 

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The three remaining bedrooms are all a fantastic size and offer up plenty of room for furniture, fixtures and fittings. 

This floor also boasts a shower room and a separate family bathroom, both bright, fresh spaces which are kitted out with all the essentials. 

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Even more space is available in ths beautiful home up in the attic, which has power and light, and natural light offered via three Velux windows. 

Outside, househunters will find an amazing amount of garden space. 

To the front, there's an ample stone-chipped driveway with room for several cars. 

At the rear, the garden is laid mainly to lawn and boasts lovely features including apple trees. 

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Early viewing is strongly advised. 

*'Novar' in Duchal Road, Kilmacolm, is on the market for offers over £395,000. 

To arrange a viewing contact Cochran Dickie Estate Agency on 01505 801235.