HD Video Available. 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. Drymen is a hub of tourism offering a wide selection of local shops, delicatessen, hotels, Scotland’s oldest licensed pub (The Clachan Inn), the Buchanan Arms Hotel and Spa, Medical Centre and the excellent Drymen Primary School feeds into Balfron High school. The area is surrounded by picturesque scenery including a number of low level and hillside walks and is just under four miles from Balmaha and the shores of Loch Lomond.

The main entrance is at the upper level where a broad and welcoming entrance hall gives access to the expansive lounge where on entering, your eyes are immediately drawn to a full wall of double height windows and a door overlooking the adjoining balcony and garden grounds. The lounge is complimented by a lovely vaulted, beamed ceiling, a wood burning stove and along the hall is unquestionably the hub of the home, in the form of a sizeable dining kitchen of similar proportions to the lounge again with a vaulted, beamed ceiling and is formed around a centre island with breakfast bar area, dual aspects, modern lighting, a Range cooker and ample provision for a dining table and chairs. There is a pantry/study, a dining room with direct access to the balcony, a sitting room, utility, seven bedrooms, four of which feature en-suite facilities, a further shower room and separate WC. Several rooms on the upper floor feature doors enjoy direct access to the aforementioned balcony and similarly on the lower floor which instead, open to the slabbed patio which is partially overhung by the balcony. The mature, tree lined gardens are predominantly lawned and feature a summer house and the driveway provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the double garage with power and lighting. EPC – Band D

A few things about this property:

  • Currently a successful bed and breakfast business
  • Substantial family home
  • Just over 3000 sq ft
  • Sizeable tarmacadam driveway and double, detached garage

The finer detail:

  • Tree lined gardens of approximately three quarters of an acre
  • Double-glazing
  • Oil fired central heating
  • Bramblewood meets all necessary compliance as a B&B including mains smoke alarms
  • Floor to ceiling windows
  • Vaulted, beamed ceilings
  • Wood burning stove
  • Wrap around balcony along two sides