A Kilcreggan home in a “prestigious location” with “breath-taking views” has hit the market.

Clydebank House is one of the village’s oldest properties as it was constructed in the 1850s – just a decade after the settlement was first established in 1840.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The living roomThe living room (Image: West Home)

Looking for offers over £560,000, the property features a mixture of period and modern features.

The home is entered through a porch area which leads to a reception hallway which still has some of its original timber panelling, an original leaded glass window, and contains a carved wooden fireplace with log burner.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The family roomThe family room (Image: West Homes)

From the reception hallway the home’s family room, living room, sitting room, and kitchen can all be accessed.

The family room – which is the largest of the three social rooms - features a bay window with views of the Firth of Clyde, retains its period cornice, ceiling rose, and picture rail, and features a wood-burning stove set within a carved wooden fireplace on the focal wall.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The kitchenThe kitchen (Image: West Homes)

The living room is accessed through a large archway and features wooden panelling and a fireplace.

Taking on a more modern style, the sitting room provides additional space for relaxing and entertaining or could be used as a home office.

The kitchen/ diner is equipped with modern units at both wall and counter levels and a range master cooker and hob.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The principal bedroomThe principal bedroom (Image: West Homes)

The room also showcases the landscaped gardens and the Firth of Clyde via its arched window and still features its period cornice and ceiling rose.

Also on the ground floor is a family bathroom, large utility room, and a small snug/ study room.

Upstairs, the home’s four large bedrooms can be found with two offering panoramic views of the Firth of Clyde toward Arran.

Helensburgh Advertiser: Another of the home's bedroomsAnother of the home's bedrooms (Image: West Homes)

The principal bedroom features a bay window while another bedroom contains access to an ensuite bathroom.

A well-sized family shower room and smaller w/c are also found on this floor.

Outdoors the property has well maintained front gardens consisting of lawns and featuring mature trees and shrubs.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The family bathroomThe family bathroom (Image: West Homes)

The rear garden – which was once a public display garden – contains layered levels and offers stunning views across the Firth of Clyde, Loch Long, and over to Arran.

Encompassing approximately 1.25 acres of land, the garden showcases many trees and shrubs.

The back garden also contains a single garage – with a driveway leading from the front gate to the door - and adjoining boat store with room for several boats or cars.

Helensburgh Advertiser: The gardenThe garden (Image: West Homes)

A large garden store/ workshop is also found outdoors.

Estate agents West Homes said: “Clydebank House enjoys a prestigious location along the picturesque shore, offering breathtaking views.

“Constructed in the early 1850s for William Neilson, Clydebank House has been well maintained by its current owners.

“A notable highlight of Clydebank House is the mature rear garden, formerly a public display garden.

“From the garden's peak, you'll enjoy views over the Firth of Clyde, Loch Long, and beyond to Arran.”


For more information or to make an enquiry, visit: www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/141115607#/?channel=RES_BUY.