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The empitome of charm and character, this imposing and locally admired upper conversion occupies a prime position within the prestigious Upper West conservation area of Helensburgh.
Designed by the renowned Alexander Nisbet Patterson (circa 1913), this outstanding, B-listed family home dominates a prime corner position and is one of the defining landmark properties within the immediate locality.
The home retains a wealth of distinguishing architectural features and provides impressively proportioned family accommodation over two levels.
Set amidst expansive, landscaped and enclosed garden grounds the property affords spectacular views towards the Clyde Estuary and to the hills beyond and is complimented by gas fired central heating, Westmoreland slate fireplaces, fitted wardrobes, original balustrades, timber strapwork, ceiling cornice plasterwork and detached single garage.
The adaptable accommodation comprises on the first floor: broad upper landing (ideally suited for entertaining), formal bay windowed lounge, substantial dining room, sitting room, master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and walk-in cupboard, guest bedroom, third bedroom, fitted breakfasting kitchen, laundry room, shower room, separate toilet and family bathroom with separate toilet. The second floor provides a substantial study, fourth bedroom and 43ft x 15ft floored attic (which has been utilised as an attic games/recreational area).
The expansive grounds have been laid to lawn and are enclosed by mature hedges. The garden incorporates mature deciduous trees and chipped driveway which is shared with the lower conversion.
The 'garden town' of Helensburgh is surrounded by some of Scotland's most picturesque scenery and is located on the north shore of the River Clyde. The town, dating back to the 17th century, provides two train stations with regular services to Glasgow, reputable primary and secondary schools (including Lomond co-educational school), a wealth of shops, restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, parish churches, healthcare facilities, parks and places of interest.
Sports and recreational pursuits are catered for with the provision of cricket, rugby, bowling, tennis, hockey athletics clubs, Helensburgh golf course and the Clyde sailing club. The Rhu marina is positioned less than two miles from the property. EER - BAND F
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