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Join us to explore a hidden gem in the picturesque village of Killearn. A haven of peace and tranquility, seemingly miles from the hustle and bustle of city life and yet a matter of 30 minutes from Glasgow, Killearn is located on the Southern border of the spectacular Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
Nestling down a sleepy country lane this charming period cottage has been thoughtfully extended, in an eclectic mix of old and new, to create a fantastically flexible family home. From its enticing secret country cottage gardens to the breathtaking rear views of Ben Lomond beyond, this beguiling family home oozes character and offers oodles of potential.
A deceptively small frontage opens into a welcoming and spacious entrance hall from which there is access to six generous and flexibly oriented apartments on the ground floor.
The cleverly designed layout ensures that this home can be arranged to meet the most wide ranging of family needs. A conveniently located ground floor bedroom and adjoining shower room would be perfect for an elderly family member or equally a young adult seeking privacy or a little distance from the rest of the family.
But, the heart of this home is undoubtedly to be found in the bright and well-appointed breakfasting kitchen. Extending to more than 30 feet by almost 12 this fantastic space illustrates a lovely contemporary twist on country kitchen and in-conjunction with the amply equipped utility area, caters to all the practical and functional requirements of the family. An adjoining conservatory adds to the appeal of this area as a hub for stylish social gatherings and leads out onto an area of raised decking perfectly positioned to take full advantage of the truly stunning backdrop.
The ground floor is further enhanced by a sizeable bay fronted drawing room with solid wood burning stove, a cosy family room come study or 5th bedroom and a timelessly elegant library styled dining room not forgetting the essential convenience of a downstairs toilet with generous cloakroom type storage.
Upstairs three further substantial bedrooms boast equally impressive credentials, the master with 5 piece original 1930's en-suite and bay windows which, along with each of the rear facing rooms, enjoy glorious unobstructed views over the delightful gardens and beyond. Of the remaining two, one is accessed by a small additional staircase and provides another largely separate space ideal for teens and the last though smaller has convenient 'Jack n Jill' access to an additional family shower room.
Full of quirky and characterful nooks and crannies and with several generous multi-aspect spaces this property provides a unique and versatile alternative to the average modern home. Come and explore the potential this hidden gem presents in creating family moments to cherish forever.
Council Tax Band G
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