An absolutely stunning larger styled modern detached executive
villa enjoying a fabulous spacious level plot located within Taylor
Wimpey‘s Hermitage Grange. Internally and externally finished to an
exacting luxurious standard with stylish accommodation comprising
welcoming reception hallway, cloaks, living room, dining room,
large 17ft dining kitchen. A feature staircase leads to a spacious
upper hallway which accesses a beautiful master suite with en suite
shower room, three additional double bedrooms and 4 piece modern
bathroom. In addition there is gas central heating, double glazing,
subtle modern decor and quality flooring throughout. Finally there
is an integral single garage, driveway with particular note being
drawn to the beautifully landscaped private south facing rear
garden. Early viewing is strongly recommended to fully appreciate
this quality home.
Helensburgh is a beautiful coastal town built upon the northerly
hillside above the Firth of Clyde. It is home to some of Scotland‘s
most elegant and substantial period homes, many built for the
shipbuilders and merchants of Victorian and Edwardian Glasgow.
The town has excellent schooling at both primary and secondary
level, in both the public and private sectors, respectively
Hermitage and Lomond School.
There are an enviable level of local amenities including shops and
restaurants and it has two railway stations (lower and upper),
providing ready links to Glasgow and beyond, together with a
connection to Edinburgh. The area is surrounded by some lovely
walks, it has a sailing club, a marina and an excellent golf course
that is "e;just over the hill"e; from the, world
renowned, Loch Lomond Golf Course at Luss. Indeed, just to the
north of Helensburgh, is Scotland‘s first national park - the Loch
Lomond & Trossachs National Park with all the magnificent hills,
lochs and scenery it affords.
For those living and working in Helensburgh, Hermitage Avenue is a
wonderful place to live. For those commuting, Helensburgh is a
regularly accessible base for Glasgow (either by car or rail) and,
indeed, for areas further afield such as Stirling and perhaps even
Edinburgh which can be reached in about 90 minutes.