Property SummaryCLOSING DATE THURSDAY 18TH AUGUST AT 12 NOON. A delightfully pretty detached 5 bedroom house in mature sylvan gardens and edging the highly picturesque Punchbowl Dam
Revoan House is a pretty detached house of painted harled finish under a slated roof. The house is set in parkland type grounds laid mainly to grass, which are wooded at the fringes and front onto Punchbowl Dam. The house is in distinctive arts and crafts cottage style and provides excellent family accommodation laid out over two light and bright and easily managed levels, most rooms having pleasant views out over the gardens towards the pretty waterscape of the Punchbowl Dam.
The house is entered via double leaf outer storm doors to entrance vestibule, recessed mat well and under stairs stores, glazed outer door to entrance reception hallway with herringbone effect hardwood flooring, sitting room with working open fire in timber surround, fitted bookcases, exposed stone corbelling to lintels. Formal dining room with French door to gardens, exposed beams, dressed stone corbelling, hardwood herringbone floor, 2 fitted presses. Cloakroom/wc, home office/study, fitted kitchen with French door to gardens, good space for informal dining/breakfasting table and chairs, larger sized utility/boiler room with internal access to garage.
The first floor is reached by staircase to broad first floor landing and upper hallway, access to roof space which is partially floored, shelved linen stores with electrical switchgear, bedrooms 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5. A Jack and Jill bath and shower room connects with bedrooms 4 & 5, main family bath and shower room.
Integral garage with up and over door, personal door access at rear, light power and water.
County style timber gate to gravel apron with vehicle turning and hard standing. The gravel sweep leads to a mature, broadly level lawn with assorted trees under planted with rhododendrons at the fringes. A stand of conifers is at the western side of the grounds which bound with neighbouring Aros house.
In all, the land holding extends to about 2 acres.
Punchbowl Dam Ltd
The gardens front, overlook and have foreshore access to Punchbowl Dam. The loch and the dam to the NW is all in the ownership of Punchbowl Dam Limited, the shareholding of which is owned equally by the five surrounding landowners. Revoan's share of this and a directorship of the company would be transferred into the name of any new owner of the property who would be required to comply with the original shareholders agreement as amended, which is designed to encourage common use and benefit of the loch by the five neighbouring shareholders. This includes boating and fishing rights.
Revoan House is available for sale as a whole or in two lots as follows,
Area hatched red on attached plan, 1.33 acres (0.54ha). Offers over £495,000.
Area hatched blue on the attached plan, 0.64 acres (0.26ha). Offers over £75,000.
Note, the sale of lot 2 will not be agreed ahead of a sale being agreed on Lot 1.
Right of Pre-emption
An informal right of pre-emption has been agreed with the Revoan House sitting tenant. Legal fees up to a maximum of £500 will be returned to the displaced buyer in the event that the right of pre-emption is exercised.
Revoan House is set in mature woodland gardens on the edge of the very pretty Punchbowl Dam on the fringe of Strathblane.
Strathblane is a pretty commuter village set in rural Stirlingshire close to Glasgow. The surrounding countryside is some of the prettiest in central Scotland. The area backdrop is dominated by the Campsie Hills which are just to the north.
Strathblane village and it's immediate neighbour, Blanefield, are a short walk or drive and both offer excellent everyday facilities including a highly regarded primary school, friendly local pub, hotel, well stocked convenience shops and a boutique style delicatessen.
The suburban town of Milngavie is only some 4 miles to the south of Strathblane where one can find a broader selection of amenities, including a Marks and Spencer food hall, Tesco superstore and new Waitrose store. There are banks, a post office, bars and restaurants along with a main line train station with regular and direct services to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The cosmopolitan and trendy West End of Glasgow, as well as the city centre, can be reached by car via the A81 (in normal driving conditions) in around twenty five to thirty minutes respectively. Glasgow city has all the cultural, higher educational and leisure services normally associated with a major international centre. Glasgow airport is about 15 miles to the west from where there are regular domestic and international flights.
To the north and west of Strathblane is the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park which is a protected area of great natural scenic beauty. The entire park area offers extensive leisure facilities with beautiful rural and woodland walks, miles of cycle tracks and as with most parts of Scotland, one is never too far away from a golf course and Strathblane is no exception with Virgin Active, Milngavie & Clober.
For anglers, Loch Lomond and some of the surrounding rivers offer both coarse and game fishing by permit. The river Endrick has good mid and end season runs of salmon.
Loch Lomond offers inland sailing and motor cruising, while the Firth of Clyde has excellent chandlery and marina services as well as some of the UK's most scenic and enjoyable coastal sailing.
Travelling from Milngavie, head north out of Milngavie on the Strathblane Road (A81) towards the villages of Strathblane and Blanefield. Before entering Strathblane turn left onto Milndavie Road, continue along Milndavie Road to the next junction turning immediately left onto Old Mugdock Road. Continue up and along Old Mugdock Road for about 500 metres to find the entrance to Revoan House on the right hand side.