Arden House, Loch Lomond
The dazzling Arden home is regarded as Scotland’s landmark structures and this many impressive ‘B’ listed Scots Baronial mansion sits on western shores of Loch Lomond.
On the market is an impressive two bed room luxury ground-floor apartment that enjoys one of the more prized opportunities within Arden House, directly facing Scotland’s most well-known Loch. Arden House was built by John Burnett in 1868 and had been created for Sir James Lumsden, the then knighted Lord Provost of Glasgow, just who obtained the Arden Estate within the late 1860’s. The building is group ‘B’ listed and is endowed with breathtaking features both inside and outside, including turrets, cones, tourelles and internally, hand carved fireplaces, timber panelling and embellished roof detailing and cornicing.
The expansive, provided reasons provide formal lawned landscapes which are complemented by a myriad of colourful flowers and bushes. A small tree-lined pathway also leads to a small beach and seating location at the waters’ edge and offers a simply stunning system where to take pleasure from the views across to Inchmurrin island.
The environment, lying just from the main A82 which runs over the west side of Loch Lomond, is accessed via an extended tarmacadam driveway, into the exclusive residence and visitors’ parking area. The waterside environment is between the Cameron home Hotel while the Carrick Golf Course and salon which together offer luxurious facilities which were long recognised as one of Scotland’s leading hotel spots. In addition to the Carrick and Cameron House, there's also the planet recognized Loch Lomond club.
There are certain neighborhood restaurants and motels such as the Lodge on the Loch therefore the Lomond Arms Hotel at Luss and Helensburgh may be the closest town supplying many facilities including a Waitrose supermarket, other shopping and eateries.
Hermitage Academy may be the regional additional college, Lomond class provides an exclusive college alternative and Helensburgh offers two train channels supplying regular services to Glasgow City Centre and further afield. The A82 in addition provides a viable route north for some of Scotland’s most distinguished surroundings as well as south including Glasgow Airport. A security entry system provides access through the original entrance home and through formal entrance lobby and hall having its grand formal staircase and fireplace.