Pretty Victorian villa occupying a beautiful position with uninterrupted open aspects over Loch Long.
Mount Stuart is an elegant Victorian villa built circa 1850 and occupying a wonderful elevated waterside setting. The accommodation on the ground floor begins with a bright reception hallway with cloakroom / WC off. A beautiful drawing room with seven frame walk in bay window overlooks the shore and Loch Long. There is ornate original cornicing with a beautiful timber fire surround with an open fireplace. The formal dining room also has a deep bay window with elaborate wood mantel over the fireplace and open aspects. There is a sitting room to the rear overlooking the garden and terrace with a large open plan farmhouse style kitchen / breakfasting room which is well equipped with a fine range of base and wall mounted units and a range cooker. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a utility room and a shower room with three piece suite. The first floor accommodation comprises four well proportioned bedrooms with beautiful views and a bathroom with three piece modern white suite.
The gardens surrounding Mount Stuart include a sweeping driveway with excellent off street parking provision and there are large mainly lawned terraced gardens to the rear with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs and a burn running through the rear garden. To the rear of the garden there is a fence surround with a gate which leads to the National Park woodland to the rear of Mount Stuart. There is also a possibility to apply for a boat mooring across from the property.
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Lovely open views to the front to Loch Long and National Park woodland to the rear. Mainly lawned gardens surround this early Victorian villa and a wealth of traditional and modern features.Peter Gillespie