Helensburgh residents are invited to take a look at this stunning Garelochhead Victorian villa which “requires immediate viewing”.

Aldavhu was built in the mid-1800s and contains five bedrooms, two large family rooms, and amazing views of the Gare Loch.

Looking for offers over £350,000, the C-listed home has many traditional features but benefits from modern comforts as the house has been upgraded and a stylish conversion to the upper floor.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The loungeThe lounge (Image: Allen and Harris)

A reception area leads to a staircase which opens to the main hallway where most of the property’s rooms are accessed.

Here, the spacious lounge with a wide bay window accompanied by built in shelves to each side can be found.

The room also features an out of use vintage fireplace and period style cornicing around the edge of the ceiling.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The ground floor kitchenThe ground floor kitchen (Image: Allen and Harris)

The kitchen is also located on the ground floor and has a period style window with potential sitting area and built in cabinets.

An open plan dining area is accessible from the main hallway and again, features a period style window.

Three of the property’s five bedrooms are located on the ground floor with the primary bedroom giving access to a large ensuite bathroom – the largest in the home.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The dining areaThe dining area (Image: Allen and Harris)

The three bedrooms feature intricate cornicing and ceiling decals accurate to the period the home was built.

A family bathroom is also found on the ground floor and a door from the main hallway opens up to a staircase leading upstairs.

The upper floor is unique as it serves as an apartment of its own as it features a modern and open plan lounge and kitchen area as its focal point.

Helensburgh Advertiser: One of the home's bedroomsOne of the home's bedrooms (Image: Allen and Harris)

The kitchen area features a central island comprising of a breakfast bar, sink, and oven with built in cabinets at the wall providing storage and surface space.

The lounge area is large and showcases a feature stone wall.

With skylights and built in ceiling lights, the large room welcomes plenty of natural light whilst promising to stay bright at night.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The upper floor conversionThe upper floor conversion (Image: Allen and Harris)

Two additional bedrooms are accessed off of the kitchen/ lounge area as well as a well-sized rooftop terrace and second family bathroom.

The gardens comprise large lawn space, with the front garden also having a driveway with room for cars to park.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The upper floor kitchenThe upper floor kitchen (Image: Allen and Harris)

Estate agents Allen and Harris said: “Stunning upper conversion upon two levels offering individual style and living space which requires immediate viewing!

“The interior combines a plethora of original detail with exposed stone finishes and plaster work in contrast to a large open space with kitchen island and sitting area or diner.

“The grounds are large and include driveway for numerous cars as well safe spaces for children and families to enjoy the rustic location and outlook.”

Helensburgh Advertiser: The front gardenThe front garden (Image: Allen and Harris)

To see more or make an enquiry, visit: www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/136810718#/?channel=RES_BUY.