CLOSING DATE: NOON THURSDAY 6th JULY Traditional house with 3 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms | Annexe with 1 reception room and 2 bedrooms | Garden | Outbuildings | Excellent south-facing outlook

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Garshake House is a traditional stone-built house dating from circa 1745. Sitting beneath a slate roof, the farmhouse has a harled exterior and is painted white. A key feature of the house is the uninterrupted view of Dumbarton Rock and the River Clyde. The house has undergone a significant programme of renovation in recent years which includes having double glazing installed throughout, a re-wiring programme and the re-slating of the roof.

The house occupies an elevated position and has expansive views to the south. The accommodation is over two floors and includes four bedrooms, three reception rooms and two bathrooms. In addition, there is a separate annexe, with a kitchen, reception room and two bedrooms. Internal features include decorative ceiling mouldings and cornicing, and a curved staircase with decorative cast iron spindles.

The house is accessed from the private road and has a hardcore parking area at the rear. There is an enclosed lawn area to the west of the house and a gravel drive which terminates at the front of the house. Also to the front is a lawned area enclosed by a hedge and cast iron fence.

Garshake Farm Buildings

The farm buildings lie behind Garshake House and include the following:

General Purpose Shed 1 – A steel portal framed building with 5 bays under a corrugated roof with box profile cladding, block walls and hardcore base. It has one open side. Garage and Stores – Stone construction under a renewed ‘tiled effect’ sheeted and timber lined roof. The buildings contain 2 stores and a garage with an ‘up and over’ door.

Twin Span Dutch Barns – Steel portal construction with 4 bays, under a corrugated roof with part corrugated cladding and hardcore floor.

General Purpose Shed 2 – Steel portal frame construction with corrugated roof and cladding with stone and block walls and a hardcore base. Contains a diesel tank and used for garaging.

Former Byre – Stone construction under a corrugated roof with a concrete floor, containing 18 stalls.

Uncovered Former Traditional Steading – Stone construction with a concrete floor.

This property has 7.55 acres of land.

Directions

From Glasgow, take the A82 north towards Dumbarton. On arriving in Dumbarton, turn right onto Garshake Road just after the Council offices. Continue on Garshake road for approximately ¾ mile before bearing right onto the private road to Garshake House.

From the north take the A82 south towards Dumbarton. On arriving in Dumbarton turn left onto Garshake Road just after Dumbarton Cemetery. Continue on Garshake road for approximately ¾ mile before bearing right onto the private road to Garshake House.

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Other features

  • Traditional house with 3 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms. Annexe with 1 reception room and 2 bedrooms. Range of farm buildings including general purpose sheds, former byre, former steading twin span dutch barns and garaging.
  • 54 acres grass leys, 17 acres permanent pasture, 93 acres rough grazing, 35 acres woods.
  • Rough shooting and roe deer stalking.
  • For sale as a whole or in 5 lots
  • About 202 acres (82 ha) in total

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Ref: SFA170003

Dumbarton Dunbartonshire G82

Offers Over
£525,000

Ref: SFA170003

Dumbarton Dunbartonshire G82

Offers Over
£525,000