Bridgend Cottage

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Property Features

  • Stunning Detached Cottage
  • Large Lounge with Feature Fireplace
  • Breakfasting Kitchen
  • Large Dining Room
  • 4 Bedrooms (2 on upper level)
  • Master with dressing room and En Suite Shower Room
  • Double Garage
  • Large Garden Grounds
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Property Summary

Bridgend cottage is a large four bed detached home offering flexible accommodation over two levels dating back over 200 years. Accommodation; reception hallway with staircase to two upper bedrooms, large lounge, breakfasting kitchen, utility and W/C, dining room, family bathroom, two down stairs bedrooms; master with dressing room and ensuite shower room.

Full Details

The stone property has a painted exterior with grey slate tiled roof with authentic styled windows throughout. The accommodation begins with a reception hallway with staircase to two upper bedrooms, large lounge with feature fire place, leading on to lovely breakfasting kitchen with generous floor standing and wall mounted units, stained timer worktops with belfast sink, feature tiled flooring, rear hallway with access to side garden door, utility and W/C, access to large family/dining room at the rear of the house which must be considered a main feature of the property. Back to main hallway and access to family bathroom with feature roll top bath, two downstairs bedrooms; master with dressing room and ensuite shower room. Upstairs provides two bedrooms that have been built into the attic space ideal for the younger members of the family. Warmth provided by Oil central heating.

The gardens of the cottage are large and laid principally to lawn with mature planting and shrubbery throughout. Large patio to the rear. Large Driveway leads to detached double garage at the side of the house. Log store to side of Garage.

Bridge End Cottage is set in a sizeable plot within Scotland's first national park. The surrounding areas offer some of Scotland's finest scenery including Loch Lomond and the Arrochar Alps. Loch Lomond is crossed by the highland boundary fault and the physical characteristics of lowland and highland Scotland can be seen within a few miles of each other.

The area is well placed for commuting to Glasgow, and Glasgow Airport (20 miles) can be accessed via the A82 (M8). There is a rail service from Balloch Station to Glasgow Queen Street. There are a number of acclaimed private schools within the city boundary, including Glasgow High School, Glasgow Academy and Kelvinside Academy; closer by is Lomond School in Helensburgh (18.5 miles) which provides schooling for both day pupils and boarders.

For sports enthusiasts the great outdoors awaits. There is superb hill walking and climbing in the area. The Arrochar Alps include four Munros (mountains over 3000ft) and six Corbetts, the most famous of which is the Cobbler.

Loch Lomond is well known for its water sports including wind surfing, sailing and excellent water skiing and wakeboarding. There are a number of first class golf courses in the area including Loch Lomond Golf Course which has in the past hosted the Scottish Open and other international events.

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