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Creag Mhor House, Lochard Road, Aberfoyle, Stirling

Offers Over £620,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Creag Mhor House is a handsome and substantial whin stone built house with dressed red sandstone relief at quoins and mullions. The house has mock Tudor strapping and is all under a multi pitched slated roof.

The house is privately set behind a beech hedge over a stone wall, both of which combine to provide privacy, seclusion and shelter.

Accommodation is arranged over 3 well kept and easily tended levels and provides first class family accommodation with an emphasis on spacious living. The property retains original features including original wooden floors.

An entrance porch leads to the main reception hall with a cloakroom and bathroom off to side. The main inner reception hall provides an excellent sitting room area with cast iron stove and high- level window lights.

As well as the reception hall/sitting area there are 4 public rooms, sitting room, TV room, main lounge and formal dining room. Bedroom 1 is on the ground floor.

The kitchen is well equipped, has an Aga cooker and is large enough for informal dining. A useful cold kitchen is at the rear as are a larder, wine cellar and laundry/utility room.

The first floor is by an easily gained staircase and leads to the upper hallway, shower room, large main bathroom, and bedrooms 2, 3 and 4.

A second staircase leads to the second floor to a highly flexible attic room presently set up as sitting room but easily adaptable as 5th bedroom/play/entertainment/games console/home office.

Creag Mhor House lies about 0.75 miles west of the village of Aberfoyle on the edge of the Trossachs hills. The surrounding countryside is renowned for its beauty and the accessibility to Glasgow, Scotland's major city, which has always drawn people to the area.

The A81 road affords good access to Glasgow city centre, Glasgow airport and Stirling, as well as linking into the national motorway network. Aberfoyle provides an excellent range of local shopping facilities, while Glasgow and Stirling provide more extensive cultural, leisure and shopping services.

There is a good range of schooling locally, with a primary school at Aberfoyle and secondary schooling in Callander. There are a number of private day schools in Glasgow.

For the sports enthusiast there is a golf course at Aberfoyle, numerous walks and bridle paths locally and, of course, Loch Lomond some 12 miles to the south west. The loch offers sailing, water skiing, jet biking, fishing and beautiful scenery in which to relax. In addition Loch Ard has a sailing club. For those interested in field sports, pheasant shooting, grouse shooting and deer stalking can all be rented locally. For the angling enthusiast, some of the local rivers & lochs can be fished by permit.

Creag Mhor House is within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, an area of stunning natural beauty where the magnificent landscape has fired the imagination of writers and artists for centuries. It embraces the deep waters of Loch Lomond, the wild glens of the Trossachs, Breadalbane's high mountains and the sheltered sea lochs of the Argyll Forest.

Outbuildings include a garage (which is finished in the same whin stone as the house), garden shed and tool store.

Creag Mhor House is set in grounds of some 1.6 acres. A driveway is entered via steel gates to a sweep and vehicle turning and hard standing area at the house and garage.

For the most part the gardens are laid to grass with formal and informal beds and borders. Over the years the gardens have been strategically planted to ensure year round interest and colour. The formal gardens include herbaceous beds with colourful azaleas and assorted shrub, bush and border plants. A pond fringed with a patio and beds with alpines and heaths is to the western side.

A feature of the gardens at Creag Mhor House is a number of tall and impressive specimen trees. The formal gardens blend into pretty natural woodland gardens and the backdrop is attractive semi ancient native woodland.

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03 June 2010

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