£139,000 Offers over
Travelling up the grand entrance driveway, the visitor is instantly aware of the status of Mount House. Built in 1784 and owned for many years by the famous Guinness family, this is truly the grandest of grand residences. With super ornate cornicing and period features galore, this is a grandeur that really needs to be seen to be appreciated.
Comprising spacious drawing room with magnificently constructed fireplace and Grecian inspired pillars, an excellently sized dining area flanked by superb window formations overlooking a sun terrace to the manicured garden grounds beyond. The modern fitted kitchen blends beautifully with the class of the original apartments and is complimented by a 'roll top' bathroom and a separate en-suite shower room serving one of the 2 double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and dual window aspects. With gas central installed and with a living flame gas fire installed, the property is both economical and wonderfully opulent!
Situated centrally yet secluded the property is property is perfect for the 30 minute Glasgow Commute.
The Home Report Valuation on this Property is £188,000
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