Craigmount is a beautifully unique house. Built around 1900, the house was later split into two properties. The current owners have spent years restoring the house to its original glory and have encompassed a true grandeur with their efforts.
The door at the rear of the property leads into the entrance vestibule and reception hall with original open fireplace. The large drawing room retains its original wooden wall panelling, an attractive bay window as well as an open fireplace. A spacious dining room also benefits from a beautiful bay window with stunning views over the city and an original open fireplace, when the lounge again retains the original open fire. The kitchen houses a Rayburn range as well as a 4 ring gas hob, the original pully and maids bells, all of which are in full working order, rear vestibule utility room and an under stairs WC with large storage cupboard.
The first floor is accessed via the stunning original staircase and with many of the period features from the Arts and Crafts/Rennie Mackintosh era, it comprises of three spacious double bedrooms, each with original fireplaces and ornate cornicing.
A dressing room which could be used as a further bedroom or as an office, a magnificent family bathroom with free-standing bath, twin sinks and separate shower unit, a further bathroom with shower and a second set of stairs leading to lower level gym/family room. The attic floor consists of landing, three bedrooms with truly gorgeous views over the gardens and city, and roof eaves/storage. The house sits in beautifully landscaped private gardens with multiple options for seating areas, grass areas and storage space. The Coach House sits to the front of the property on the road and could house a car if need be, although there is ample parking for two cars in front of this building, as well as a further driveway which could hold three cars.
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