Sitting on the town’s beachfront, the five-bedroom flat named ‘The View’ contains three floors and is part of the ‘Rockfort’ house.
The Victorian apartment was built in a Mediterranean style and is looking for offers over £625,000.
Upon entering, you will find yourself in a large reception hall with a staircase leading to the first floor and a deep built-in cupboard, as well as storage under the stairs.
Upstairs there is a spacious modern lounge with a fireplace and log burning stove, as well as a combined dining room and kitchen featuring high end units, a Miele oven, and views across the water and along the shore.
The floor also contains a double bedroom as well as a shower room with a Matki shower enclosure.
A curved staircase takes you up to the second floor, which has a large landing showcasing a glass window feature in its floor and leading to three large bedrooms featuring built-in wardrobes.
A smaller bedroom, which can also be used as an office or storage room, and a large family bathroom with a two-person bath and walk-in shower are also found on the floor.
The grounds are entered through an electric gate which provides security and privacy.
A granite gravelled area carpets the ground outside of the apartment’s entrance and provides parking room for up to three cars.
The garden contains a modern walled patio area with an outdoor fireplace and space for garden furniture and socialising.
Owners of ‘The View’ will have access to a detached garden room containing a modern kitchen area, with fitted microwave oven, sink, fridge and storage units.
An outdoor water tap as well as power points are also fitted.
The property also benefits from gas central heating and a new boiler, cat 6 wiring and super-fast broadband.
Security features include the aforementioned electric gate as well as a Videx intercom system.
Estate agents Clyde Property said: “Commanding one of Helensburgh’s most sought after locations, right on the waterfront of the Firth of Clyde, ‘The View’ is an exceptionally elegant main door conversion that is formed over three floors.
“The majority of the accommodation is located on the first and second floors and some spectacular water views are to be had from many of the rooms.
“The house itself (‘Rockfort’) was built in 1849 for the Provost of Helensburgh and was designed by the renowned architect William Spence.
“The house is grade ‘B’ listed (being a building of architectural note and historic interest) and it is set amidst a delightfully small, gated development of elegant detached houses and cottages with a distinct Mediterranean feel.
“The development offers a real ‘lock and leave’ option for the homeowner when away from home.
“Rockfort itself enjoys the pick of the plots, being located adjacent to the shore front and with some of the most magnificent views to be found anywhere in the west of Scotland.”
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