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Kymel forms part of a small enclave, located above (and partially overlooking) the village of Renton and backs directly onto open countryside.
This imposing, detached Victorian villa has been transformed in the past four years by an extensive and sympathetic modernisation programme, which has retained its many defining architectural features.
Kymel provides commodious family accommodation over three levels. Part of the first floor is currently set up as an integral two bedroom flat and would enable prospective buyers to use this considerable asset for lettable (or granny) purposes.
Distinguished by the size and proportions of its apartments Kymel comprises: entrance vestibule with stained glass windows and original quarry tiled floor, broad 'L' shaped reception hall, 21' x 17' bay windowed lounge, 21' x 18' sitting /family room, dining room, study, 4 bedrooms (2 suited for use as en-suite dressing rooms), stylish breakfasting kitchen, utility room, box room, cloaks/wc and large family bathroom. The first floor lettable flat, accessed by internal connecting door (and also by independent external staircase), comprises a broad entrance hall, 21' bay windowed living room, large double bedroom, second bedroom, fitted breakfasting kitchen and shower room. Gas fired central heating system. Alarm system. Two out-buildings.
The mature, illuminated gardens provide a considerable degree of privacy and back directly onto woodland. The garden features an illuminated car parking bay (capable of taking around six cars), and a professionally landscaped rear garden, incorporating a sun deck and patio area.
The main A82 trunk road is readily accessible from Kymel and provides access to Glasgow, the Loch Lomond national park and leads north towards Oban, the southern uplands and onwards towards the north-west coast of Scotland.
The neighbouring town of Dumbarton and villages of Balloch and Alexandria provide regular train services to Glasgow, a broad selection of shops, reputable primary schools (catchment for Vale of Leven academy), health care facilities, retail centres and a variety of sports and recreational venues.
The village of Balloch, lying on the shore of Loch Lomond, is the headquarters of the Loch Lomond national park and provides a marina, country park, selection of restaurants and local inns.
Home of the national maritime museum, the town of Dumbarton offers a wealth of shops, supermarket, garages, filling stations, Dumbarton football club and a number of places of historic interest - including Dumbarton Castle. EER Band F
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