Gartloaning is a spectacular 6 bedroom detached property perfectly positioned in the heart of Scotland with best-of-both-worlds commute times to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling.
Nestled in an idyllic setting of just under 4 acres within the beautiful Queen Elizabeth Forest Park. Enjoying panoramic views of Ben Lomond and Ben Ledi, this six bedroom property, originally a farmhouse on the Duke of Montrose estate, was completely rebuilt in 2003 and extends to 4000 sq ft (370 sq m).
The very high standard of the fixtures and fittings retains the original character of the previous farmhouse while affording the luxury and comfort of all modern conveniences such as under-floor heating throughout the whole downstairs area and upstairs bathrooms.
Featured in the February 2015 edition of 25 Beautiful Homes magazine Gartloaning is sure to tick all the boxes in your search for a perfect country home.
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Sitting Room 5.49m (18' 0') x 4.29m (14' 1')
Kitchen 4.34m (14' 3') x 4.04m (13' 3')
Dining Room 7.77m (25' 6') x 3.81m (12' 6')
Utility 3.96m (13' 0') x 2.74m (9' 0')
Living Room 7.01m (23' 0') x 4.19m (13' 9')
Sun Room / Formal Lounge 5.87m (19' 3') x 5.59m (18' 4')
Master Bedroom 7.77m (25' 6') x 4.34m (14' 3')
Ensuite 3.20m (10' 6') x 1.80m (5' 11')
Bedroom Two 4.19m (13' 9') x 2.79m (9' 2')
Bedroom Three 4.19m (13' 9') x 2.79m (9' 2')
Bedroom Four 3.40m (11' 2') x 3.00m (9' 10')
Bedroom Five 3.96m (13' 0') x 3.61m (11' 10')
Bedroom Six / Office 5.41m (17' 9') x 3.20m (10' 6')
Family Bathroom 3.61m (11' 10') x 2.79m (9' 2')
Bathroom 3.20m (10' 6') x 1.80m (5' 11')
Barn 5.00m (16' 5') x 5.41m (17' 9')
Upper Barn 9.50m (31' 2') x 3.00m (9' 10')
5 bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and the master bedroom benefits from en-suite facilities. There are 2 further bathrooms, a W.C. and Sauna, with roll top baths.
The living rooms have exposed oak beams, open fireplaces and oak flooring throughout. Sash windows by Blair Joinery create a beautifully well lit space allowing views in every direction.
The open plan family kitchen/living room is complete with oil fired AGA and gas &electric AGA Companion as well as a large open fireplace. Windows and French doors on all sides give stunning views to the forest and hills.The abundance of natural lighting that floods the whole property is one of the stunning features of the house.
There are two additional living rooms, both with exposed beams, one with an open fireplace the other with a 'Clearview' log burning stove. The larger of the two is at the end of the house with a semi-circular panoramic view towards Ben Lomond and Conic Hill.
Adjoining the main house is a garage, workshop and sizeable stone barn with windows and upper floor, currently used for storage . This has excellent potential for a granny flat or office, subject to the relevant planning consent.
The property is set in a tranquil setting, wildlife in abundance, and is surrounded by lawns and herbaceous borders, together with a decked sunbathing area, small orchard, greenhouse and good sized vegetable patch enclosed by beech hedging.
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