This 3 bedroom upper conversion of a substantial Victorian villa offers many traditional and original features which are sure to appeal to the perceptive buyer. The property offers a flexible layout on the one level and exceptionally generous room dimensions throughout.
Magnificent uninterrupted views over the river Clyde towards the Renfrewshire hills, Langbank and down river to Greenock and Gourock from the front facing windows enhance the overall appeal of this rarely available style of home.
Extensive well maintained garden ground to front, side and rear offers various sun traps throughout the day. The south facing level lawn is mostly laid to lawn, there is a vegetable patch to the side of the house and a private drying green to the rear. Driveway leads to timber built garage at the main entrance.
Entrance via external stone staircase at rear of property through solid timber door to broad reception hallway. Stain glass window and a unique painting are above the main entrance door. The spectacular front sitting room has parquet flooring, marble surround to gas fire, original cornicing and high skirtings. The front facing bay window lounge sets the scene to provide an ever-changing vista over the gardens and river Clyde.
The kitchen is fitted with an abundance of storage units, dishwasher, washing machine, 4 ring hob, Bosch oven and free standing fridge freezer. Tiled flooring, extractor fan, and sash and case window to rear.
Fully tiled bathroom incorporating three piece suite of deep bath, wc and wash hand basin. Grosvenor taps circa 1924 and electric shower facility over bath.
Generously proportioned master bedroom to front with panoramic views is fitted with wardrobes and over bed storage facilities and matching vanity unit. Bedroom 2 is located at the rear of the property and is of a double size, with fitted carpets and window facing Dixon Drive. Bedroom 3 is to the front.
The property has the benefit of gas fired central heating.
Dumbarton is divided by the River Leven and is located within approximately four miles of the Lomond and Trossachs National Park which provides some of Scotland’s most spectacular and unspoiled scenery. The town provides a number of sports and recreational facilities including the renowned Levengrove Park, a short walk from the property. Situated within an area of both modern and detached high calibre homes, the property is located close to the river Leven and offers spectacular views over to the river Clyde towards the tail of the bank at Greenock and Gourock . Regular train services to Glasgow city centre and Helensburgh from Dalreoch Station,a mere 10 minute walk, including a direct service through to Edinburgh Waverley. The town offers first class primary and secondary schools, nurseries, a wealth of shops, restaurants, supermarket, bars, health care facilities and a range of local amenities catering for day to day needs.