Modern villa with panoramic sea and island views.
1 Leapmoor Drive is an exceptional, architect designed detached villa surrounded by manicured gardens with direct access to the Firth of Clyde shoreline and with uninterrupted open aspects to the Isle of Bute, the Cumbraes and Arran. The accommodation including the double garage extends to over 4100 sq ft and begins on the ground floor with an entrance vestibule leading to a spacious reception hallway with cloakroom off. The hallway leads into a double height drawing room with magnificent open aspects and doors leading to a terrace. Additional reception rooms on the ground floor include the formal dining room, home office / study and a beautiful sun room which takes full advantage of the views to the garden, foreshore and the islands beyond. On the ground floor there is also the principal double bedroom with walk in dressing room and en suite bathroom, modern fitted dining kitchen with an extensive range of base and wall mounted units and central island, with fitted utility room off, and cloakroom / WC. There is an integrated double garage with remote control doors.
Ascending the main staircase, on the first floor there is a galleried landing with mezzanine overlooking the drawing room. A separate sitting room on this level could be used as another bedroom, and there are four additional double bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms, and one with a balcony. The accommodation on the upper floor is flexible and the southern side of the upper floor could be used as a separate annexe accessed independently via the back staircase, which could then incorporate the sitting room, upstairs kitchen and bedroom with en suite shower room, if required.
The surrounding gardens are a credit to the current owners, mainly lawned with a wide variety of mature trees and shrubs including palm trees.
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A wonderful location on seafront with views to Arran, Isle of Bute and the Cumbraes.<BR>Architect designed with beautiful conservatory overlooking the gardens and the Firth of Clyde.Peter Gillespie