The two-bedroom apartment forms part of what was originally Dalmore House – the eye-catching A-listed mansion on Dalmore Crescent at the west end of town, designed by renowned architect William Leiper in 1873.
The A-listed property has since been converted into flats, with this one, on the ground floor, simply oozing vintage charm.
The front door opens to the large dining room which features a wooden floor, white panelling and patterned red wallpaper.
Most of the home’s rooms can be accessed from here, with the living room and main bedroom found directly off the dining hall.
The primary bedroom features white wooden panelling, wooden flooring, and a walk-in dressing room/wardrobe as well as a unique oriel window area.
The spacious living room showcases a prominent bay window, a feature fireplace, and ornate workings on the ceiling.
From here the home’s second bedroom can also ben accessed and features a non-functioning fireplace feature and large window.
The dining room also links to the home’s cosy and rustically styled kitchen, utility room, and well-sized tiled bathroom.
A grand entrance hallway leads to the apartment and is used in common with other neighbouring flats.
The property is located within expansive, professionally landscaped and maintained garden and contains partial views of the Gareloch.
Estate agents Slater Hogg and Howison said: “Forming part of this historic landmark mansion house’ on the western fringes of Helensburgh, is this highly impressive ground floor conversion which is sure to dazzle and delight all who view.
“Designed by the renowned and highly regarded architect William Leiper in 1873, the building is one of the most widely recognised mansion houses within the ‘Garden Town’ of Helensburgh and enjoys the distinction of being A listed by Historic Scotland in 1993.
“With opulence and a unique style which is sure to appeal to all and, retaining its sense of grandeur, synonymous with homes of this period, the rarely available style of property boasts impressive, generously proportioned accommodation on one level and is complemented by its many original defining architectural features.”
The property is on the market for offers over £258,000. To read more or make an enquiry, visit: www.rightmove.co.uk/properties/140023505#/?channel=RES_BUY.