Savills | Coldrach Ghyll, Drymen, Glasgow, G63 0EB | Property for sale
2,801 sq ft(260.22 sq m)
Offers over £595,000(€699,962)

Coldrach GhyllDrymen, Glasgow, G63 0EB

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in March 2022
  • 3 generously proportioned bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms with traditional country comforts
  • Beautiful grounds including woodland river walks Secluded waterside picnic area
  • Single garage
  • Ample storage cupboards and utility room

Beautifully positioned country house with five bedrooms, substantial garden and woodland with river walks and private picnic area close to Loch Lomond and the National Park.

About this property

Local information

  • Coldrach Ghyll has a lovely setting amidst unspoilt countryside sitting alongside Scotland's first National Park. The surrounding area offers 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 property lies to the north west of Drymen, a charming conservation village with its own primary school, village shops, pubs, hotels and post office. The area is well placed for commuting to Glasgow (18 miles), Glasgow Airport (22 miles) and Edinburgh Airport (50 miles). There is a rail service from Balloch Station to Glasgow. There are a number of acclaimed private schools within the city boundary, including Glasgow High School, Glasgow Academy and Kelvinside Academy. Balfron High School (6.3 miles) and Kelvinside High School can both be accessed via bus links from the village.
  • Lomond School in Helensburgh (17.5 miles) also provides schooling for both day pupils and boarders.
  • For sports enthusiasts the great outdoor awaits. There is superb hill walking and climbing in the area. The Arrochar Alps include four Munros (mountains over 3000ft) and six Corbetts, the best known of which is the Cobbler. The West Highland Way, Rob Roy Way and all that the Queen Elizabeth Forest has to offer can be accessed straight from the door without crossing a road, perfect for all outdoor pursuits young and old.
  • Ben Lomond is only minutes away by car. The loch is well known for its water sports including wind surfing, sailing, excellent water skiing and wake boarding. There are a number of well-respected golf courses in the area including the internationally acclaimed Loch Lomond Golf Club. Other golf courses include Strathendrick, Buchanan Castle, Hilton Park and Milngavie Golf Club.

Additional information

  • Mains water, oil, electricity and private drainage
  • EPC Rating = D
  • Tenure = Freehold