Our Favourite Springtime Gardens – For Sale Right Now!
The sun is shining here in Scotland and spring is definitely in the air. It’s at times like this that we realise the importance of having a great garden to enjoy the lovely weather. If you’re considering your next move, take a look at these beautiful well kept gardens in properties for sale through Clyde Property right now – some with exceptional views across the Scottish countryside.
Gorsehill, Upper Allan Street, Blairgowrie, Perthshire
Offers Over £385,000
Gorsehill is an outstanding, seven apartment traditional detached villa set within beautiful walled garden grounds with superb views over the spires of Blairgowrie to the Sidlaw Hills. The property enjoys an elevated position in a peaceful, exclusive and friendly neighbourhood in the popular town of Blairgowrie. While it is within easy walking distance of the town centre, the house is also only a few minutes walk from beautiful open countryside.
A white painted porch added in the early 20th century has original stained glass windows. Internally the house has retained many period features and is situated in a large and beautifully presented mature garden. Being completely enclosed it provides a wonderfully peaceful and private place to sit in the summer. Beds of flowering plants and shrubs surround a neat front lawn which opens to a large section of terraced garden to the east of the house. Productive fruit trees include pear, apple and plum. The garden has been immaculately maintained and the current owners have added impressive sun room and detached garage with power and electric door.
Gladstone Place, Stirling
Offers Over £520,000
A truly outstanding, beautifully presented, spacious and bright four bedroom home comprising the ground and first floors of a semi detached villa. There is separate basement apartment below. The property occupies a premier address within the conservation area and sought after district of Kings Park and benefits from a double garage.
Lanark Road, Larkhall
Offers Over £750,000
This beautiful home is not only stylish, it has been designed to be a low energy house using state-of the-art electrical, sanitary and heating technology. The front garden has been lawned for ease of maintenance and is bounded by beautiful natural stone boundaries and the south facing rear garden features a superb patio area for entertaining, hot tub, sauna and extensive lawn area, all bounded by high screen timber fencing for extra privacy.
Lomond View Country House
Offers Over £745,000
Nestled within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Lomond View Country House is a large six bedroomed modern detached residence (built 1999) that commands a truly spectacular setting, elevated above Loch Lomond and in one of Scotland’s most iconic locations. With stunning southerly views over Loch Lomond, Ben Lomond and the surrounding hills, this property is one of the finest examples of its kind to be found in the West of Scotland. Surrounded by beautifully laid out mature gardens there is parking for numerous vehicles.
Bramblewood, Balmaha Road, Drymen, Stirlingshire
Offers Over £525,000
Currently operating as an award-winning Bed and Breakfast, “Bramblewood” would make a magnificent, sizeable, family home of seven bedrooms and four public rooms and is set amidst beautiful, tree lined gardens of approximately three quarters of an acre. Enjoying an idyllic setting on the fringes of Drymen, this chalet style, detached villa offers versatile accommodation of over 3000 sq ft formed over two levels and the design and orientation are such that many floor to ceiling, double-height windows and a wrap-around balcony afford beautiful, uninterrupted views across the elaborate garden grounds, to the hills and countryside beyond.
Easter Garth, Rosneath, Argyll & Bute, G84 0RF
Offers Over £349,950
Easter Garth is a striking stone villa that sits in mature and extensive level gardens, offers up to a seven bedroomed property. The house is at the end of a small, almost traffic free lane, bounded by mature trees and with aspects to hills at the rear. The centre of the village is a short stroll away, with Rosneath located on the Rosneath Peninsula which is only a short distance from the larger town of Helensburgh and set amidst some of Scotland’s most spectacular scenery.