£218,000 Offers over
Flat 1, Inchgower House is a remarkable and imaginatively developed lower conversion of this distinctive Victorian property.
Built in 1895, Inchgower House is situated in the heart of the commuter-friendly Conservation village of Rhu and perfectly suited to modern day family life. Intertwining old and new, this beautifully modernised lower conversion still allows the Victorian era to shine through its refined interior with ornate cornicing in a variety of rooms, working shutters and what is believed to be original wooden flooring in the dining room.
To enhance its natural charm, this spacious home has benefitted from the installation of a modern en-suite shower room, a fully fitted and integrated breakfasting kitchen with under floor heating, high quality fitted bathroom also with under floor heating and oak flooring throughout.
The traditional layout offers accommodation all on the level which comprises reception hallway; large, bay windowed lounge with wood burning stove; bright dining room / family room; stylish integrated kitchen with breakfast bar; excellent sized 20' master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and en-suite shower room; two further good-size bedrooms with fitted wardrobes; fourth bedroom / sitting room, and; large, modern family bathroom.
With mature communal grounds around the property there is an abundance of space for children to play or for adults to dine 'al fresco'. A well-maintained monobloc driveway provides parking for one vehicle and the excellently proportioned garage needs to be seen to fully appreciate the size.
Lying two miles to the west of Helensburgh, the desirable coastal village of Rhu is renowned for its community spirit. The village provides a reputable primary school, the Ardencaple hotel, parish church, local inn, post office, general store, park, marina, and is home to the Royal Northern and Clyde yacht club.
Helensburgh itself is surrounded by unspoiled scenery and offers an excellent train service to Glasgow, Dumbarton and Edinburgh. The birth place of John Logie Baird, the town provides places of historic and cultural interest and has been enhanced by the re-generation of its town centre with extensive street landscaping and river frontage. The town offers a wide variety of shops, Waitrose supermarket, health care services, churches, banks, restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and leisure centre. Sports and recreational facilities within the town include: rugby, cricket, tennis, football, golf and sailing clubs.
Glasgow - 35 miles Glasgow Airport - 24 miles Loch Lomond - 8 miles
EER Band - D
Exceptional lower conversion of fine Victorian property
In desirable village setting
Charming lounge, dining/sitting room
20' master bedroom with ensuite shower room
3 bedrooms, quality fitted breakfasting kitchen &bathroom
Single garage. Lovely shared gardens
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