This exceptionally fine listed house was constructed in 1869 on the site of the Battle of Drumclog which took place 190 years earlier following King Charles II restoration to the English throne.
The Victorian house was extended in the early 1900s bringing Edwardian elements into play and there is a wealth of original features, including crow stepped gables and turrets, while the property is surrounded by mature carefully tended gardens with magnificent open aspects to the front and rear towards Loudoun Hill.
The accommodation includes a recent contemporary extension and comprises entrance vestibule, grand reception hallway, drawing room, formal dining room, barrel vaulted former billiard room, open plan fitted kitchen, breakfasting room and sitting/family room, study/home office, cloakroom/WC, studio, gym, utility room, boiler room and downstairs toilets. The upper floor features seven substantial bedrooms, four with en-suite bathrooms/shower rooms, and a dressing room.
On the market with Savills for offers over £1,250,000, more details can be found HERE.