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St Annes House is one of Helensburgh's finest homes and enjoys the distinction of being designed by William Leiper, one of Scotland's most well-renowned architects.
Built in 1906 and set within private, mature garden grounds, this classic 'B' listed 'Arts and Crafts' family home is well placed for access to Helensburgh's amenities and provides commodious and versatile family accommodation.
Retaining a wealth of defining architectural features St. Annes House has been greatly enhanced by the installation of modern, quality fixtures and fittings, which complements this particularly imposing family home.
St. Annes House comprises: entrance vestibule, characterful reception hall with cloakroom and wc, charming bay windowed lounge, sitting / family room with corner window, impressive formal dining room with westerly facing bay window, well equipped family sized breakfast room, fitted kitchen with Aga range cooker, fitted pantry, utility room and second washroom/wc completes the ground floor. The original staircase leads to a 3/4 landing which provides access to an East-West facing double bedroom. The generous upper landing features a vaulted ceiling and leads to a 22' bay windowed master bedroom, further 22' bay windowed bedroom, two additional double bedrooms, single bedroom (used as a small gym), and 'state of the art' bathroom with designer suite and shower room with three piece suite. The property offers two very useful attic store rooms which are floored, have power/lighting and can be accessed by the fixed stair case.
Approached by a gravelled driveway, the grounds of St. Annes House incorporate a larger single garage and provide a secure, child-friendly environment.
With its origins in the 17th century, the picturesque town of Helensburgh, birth place of John Logie Baird, is one of the most desirable towns on the shores of the Clyde estuary.
The town offers a wealth of amenities including: reputable state and private schools, a broad selection of shops, places of historic and cultural interest, health -care facilities, banks, Waitrose supermarket, a selection of restaurants, coffee shops, bars, parish churches, leisure centre and local parks.
Sports and recreational pursuits are well catered for with the provision of cricket, rugby, football, tennis, squash, bowling, golf and sailing clubs. Rhu marina and the Royal Northern and Clyde yacht club are conveniently situated some 2 miles to the west of Helensburgh.
The Clyde estuary and the Lomond and Trossachs National Park are areas of outstanding natural beauty. The National Park is home to Loch Lomond golf course, the renowned De Vere Cameron House hotel and the championship standard Carrick golf course and spa.
Fishing, hill-walkers and out-door enthusiasts are spoilt with the wealth of amenities on offer within the estuary and National park which include country estates, challenging mountain ranges, nature trails, water sports facilities and out-door centres.
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