8 Bedroom house

Main Street, Drymen, Glasgow, G63

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• 7 Apartment (5bed) Detached House. • 5 En-suites - run as a B & B in the past. • Mid 18th Century - circa 1860. • At the heart of the village. • Additional Detached 3 Bed Building (for holiday lets). • Also - very contemporary Garden Studio (great office). Braeside is not just a home; it can be an opportunity. At its heart is a totally charming cottage style Victorian Villa with 7 main apartments representing a lovely traditional home condition, suitable for family or couples. It has, as you will see from the floorplans, five en-suite bedrooms (one downstairs which could be reverted to public room), Braeside having been run as a successful Bed & Breakfast before. ..and here the opportunity. In addition to Braeside there is, in the garden (under the same title but on separate services) a separate Detached Annex (formerly a large garage with loft accommodation), that has been converted into a 3 bedroomed (all en-suite) "cottage" that has been used for short term holiday lets - either on a room basis or as a whole unit. With its cosy living/dining room, kitchen and a laundry it really is "oven ready" for those who may hold an interest in running a small holiday leisure business as a side-line. Clients should note that this annex/cottage cannot be occupied for more than 90 days in any one year. This building clearly could offer scope for use as a detached office, games rooms or hobbies room? Finally there is a very high quality "Garden Room/Studio" by Swift (www.swiftorg.co.uk) of striking modern design in grey cladding and grey framed windows that would make a really brilliant home office, artist studio, music room. It too has been used as a short-term let and is equipped as a snug living/bedroom (fold down bed sofa), kitchenette and shower room. Outside there is a lovely terrace. Main house comprises: GROUND FLOOR A vestibule with smart front storm door; Reception Hall; open plan Lounge (wood burner stove) to open-plan Dining Room; Kitchen; Living Room/Study; Bedroom with en-suite shower room. FIRST FLOOR Hall; 4 Double Bedrooms; 4 En-suite Shower rooms. Outside there is a lovely area of garden sitting between Braeside, its monobloc driveway (contemporary grey driveway gates and parking for several cars), the annex and the garden room. For those with children the village's brilliant primary school is just up the road, with secondary at Balfron High (bus service). The village falls within The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is surrounded by beautiful scenery, is a stopping off point on The West Highland Way and is the eastern gateway to Loch Lomond. It has a well-stocked Spar, two hotels (The Winnock and The Buchanan Arms), two golf courses, a quality butcher and more. It is also home to The Clachan Inn - Scotland's oldest licenced pub (1734). All buildings are double glazed. There is mains gas central heating to both Braeside and the annex (Vitodens regular boiler, renewed about 4 years ago, to Braeside, and a Sabre combi boiler to the annex), the garden room is on LPG, with a small boiler. Mains water, electricity and drainage. Glasgow 18 miles, Stirling 22 miles, Edinburgh 62 miles and the suburb of Milngavie some 12 miles - railway station but with one nearer still at Balloch (approx. 8 miles). Braeside - an appealing proposition and a charming home. SAT NAV REF: G63 0BP

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• 7 Apartment (5bed) Detached House. • 5 En-suites - run as a B & B in the past. • Mid 18th Century - circa 1860. • At the heart of the village. • Additional Detached 3 Bed Building (for holiday lets). • Also - very contemporary Garden Studio (great office). Braeside is not just a home; it can be an opportunity. At its heart is a totally charming cottage style Victorian Villa with 7 main apartments representing a lovely traditional home condition, suitable for family or couples. It has, as you will see from the floorplans, five en-suite bedrooms (one downstairs which could be reverted to public room), Braeside having been run as a successful Bed & Breakfast before. ..and here the opportunity. In addition to Braeside there is, in the garden (under the same title but on separate services) a separate Detached Annex (formerly a large garage with loft accommodation), that has been converted into a 3 bedroomed (all en-suite) "cottage" that has been used for short term holiday lets - either on a room basis or as a whole unit. With its cosy living/dining room, kitchen and a laundry it really is "oven ready" for those who may hold an interest in running a small holiday leisure business as a side-line. Clients should note that this annex/cottage cannot be occupied for more than 90 days in any one year. This building clearly could offer scope for use as a detached office, games rooms or hobbies room? Finally there is a very high quality "Garden Room/Studio" by Swift (www.swiftorg.co.uk) of striking modern design in grey cladding and grey framed windows that would make a really brilliant home office, artist studio, music room. It too has been used as a short-term let and is equipped as a snug living/bedroom (fold down bed sofa), kitchenette and shower room. Outside there is a lovely terrace. Main house comprises: GROUND FLOOR A vestibule with smart front storm door; Reception Hall; open plan Lounge (wood burner stove) to open-plan Dining Room; Kitchen; Living Room/Study; Bedroom with en-suite shower room. FIRST FLOOR Hall; 4 Double Bedrooms; 4 En-suite Shower rooms. Outside there is a lovely area of garden sitting between Braeside, its monobloc driveway (contemporary grey driveway gates and parking for several cars), the annex and the garden room. For those with children the village's brilliant primary school is just up the road, with secondary at Balfron High (bus service). The village falls within The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is surrounded by beautiful scenery, is a stopping off point on The West Highland Way and is the eastern gateway to Loch Lomond. It has a well-stocked Spar, two hotels (The Winnock and The Buchanan Arms), two golf courses, a quality butcher and more. It is also home to The Clachan Inn - Scotland's oldest licenced pub (1734). All buildings are double glazed. There is mains gas central heating to both Braeside and the annex (Vitodens regular boiler, renewed about 4 years ago, to Braeside, and a Sabre combi boiler to the annex), the garden room is on LPG, with a small boiler. Mains water, electricity and drainage. Glasgow 18 miles, Stirling 22 miles, Edinburgh 62 miles and the suburb of Milngavie some 12 miles - railway station but with one nearer still at Balloch (approx. 8 miles). Braeside - an appealing proposition and a charming home. SAT NAV REF: G63 0BP

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