From its magnificent hilltop location, this bespoke family home built in 2000 to A superb specification enjoys complete privacy and security from its 1km tree lined driveway. Views to ben lomond, the argyle mountains and to the south the campsie hills, the property extending to 6000 sq ft and set in circa 5 acres of formal gardens must be one of stirlingshire's finest houses overlooking the balfron golf course and open farmland.
The property affords maximum privacy accessed via private tarmacked, tree and grassed verged driveway over one kilometre. On approaching the house the driveway continues over A stone bridge through landscaped cascading ponds leading to A monoblocked courtyard with parking for several cars.
Traditionally constructed with slate roof, block and cast finish incorporating red sandstone lintels, coins, the subjects form an impressive and charming mansion with 360O aspects to front over cascading ponds and aspects to the south and west over the golf course. The specification includes high level of wall floor and room insulation together with double glazed high performance scandinavian time windows throughout.
Completed to perfection by craftsmen, including stone masons and carpenters, the finishes present this home to an outstanding level with A range of luxurious materials, comprising marble, granite, limed oak and ornate cornicing, found throughout the light, spacious ten apartments.
Presented in A manhattan style' the property is offered as walk in' condition, with accommodation comprising, entrance vestibule accessed from sandstone steps in A crescent shape through solid double timber storm doors leading to A vaulted entrance hallway with feature barrelled twin staircase. From the entrance hallway this leads to the conservatory with access to the dining and rear terrace. The entrance hall also gives access to the bar, master suite, living room and kitchen. The kitchen gives access to the dining area, boot room, larder, preparation kitchen and utility room giving access to the garage and home cinema. The upper hallway offers A suspended walkway with access to bedroom two, bedroom 3 and bedroom 4, all en-suite and study. There is A secondary staircase which arrives at the upper gallery.
All ground floor doorways are over one metre in width to suit wheelchair access and all ceiling levels are XX metres high. On the upper floor the doors and ceiling heights are standard.
Outside the house enjoys principal gardens of circa 4 acres with courtyard to the front for parking, leading to integral garaging and walled garden to the south and rear mainly laid to lawn with mature borders. The gardens to the west and east are laid to lawn, rolling down to three large ponds with walkway and summer house. There is A substantial instrument shed for storage with power and water. All the boundary and March fences were renewed in 2000.
From Milngavie travel North on the A81 heading towards Blanefield and Killearn. Pass through Killearn and follow the road to Balfron. On entering Balfron pass the petrol station on your right hand side and continue all the way through the village on Buchanan Street up the hill. Continue on the Stirling Road and you will pass Balfron Golf Club on your right and approximately 1 mile outside the
village you will see the gates for Cairn Hall on your right. The property is marked in red on the attached map.
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