Property spotlight: Striking sandstone Baronial castle on the banks of Loch Lomond - on sale for £3.75 million
Auchendennan House is an impressive a-listed Baronial castle featuring two turrets, set centrally amidst 55 acres of beautifully designed landscape of parkland and woods, close to the southwest bank of Loch Lomond.
Built around 1866, in recent years the interior of the castle has been comprehensively and sympathetically restored to create an extraordinary private home which combines all of the grandeur and detailing of its 19th century heritage with exceptional comfort and quality of living. The four-storey building features 15 bedrooms and a number of bathrooms, and also includes a vestibule, large reception room, grand hall, library, designer kitchen and breakfast room, utility room, conservatory, ballroom, dining room, drawing room (complete with its own turret), office, separate staff apartment, WC behind a secret door, attic level kitchen, and a large tower room. Externally, there are adjoining former stables, now used as workshops, and a detached wood shed, while the garden is bound by terrace walls and fences and is mainly laid to lawn with feature specimen trees and a wealth of shrubbery and plants. Supplementary to the garden ground, there are 51 acres of designed landscape, comprising amenity woodland and parkland, the latter currently used to graze a small ornamental fold of nine Highland Cattle. On the market with Strutt & Parker for offers over £3,750,000, much more detail can be found HERE.