Springvale, Cardross, Dunbartonshire
Cardross is a conservation village on the edge of the Highlands to the north of the Firth of Clyde, near Helensburgh. The area is rich in history with Cardross being the former home of Robert the Bruce.
There is plenty to explore in the area and a good place to walk is 2 miles away at Ardmore point with unique rock formations, sea cliffs, fishing and is a notable bird watching area. Also worth a visit is Dumbarton Castle and Rock, 5 miles away. Dumbarton Castle has a longer recorded history than any other castle in Britain! Over the centuries the castle has acted as a royal residence and a military stronghold. Set between the twin peaked volcanic plug of Dumbarton Rock the castle is now in the care of Historic Scotland.
Cardross has its own golf course, established 120 years ago, as well as a bowling, tennis and football club. Local attractions include Ardardan Estate Working Farm with a nursery and tea room and nearby Geilston Garden. Looked after by the National Trust for Scotland, Geilston is a delightful garden and is typical of the small country estates on the banks of the Clyde purchased by merchants and industrialists in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park is very close - it's just 6 miles to Balloch on the south shore of the loch. This beautiful area has so much to offer, both on and off the water.
- Sleeps - 12
- Bedrooms - 6
(2 ensuite King and Queen, 2 double, 2 twin)
- Bathrooms - 1, shower room 1, WCs 2
- Gas AGA
- Washing machine
- TV with cable
- Free WiFi broadband
- Gas combi central heating
and gas effect fire
- Cot and high chair available
- Mature garden
- Summer house
- Barbecue and table with 6 chairs
- Plenty of car parking space
- Pets - quiet dogs only
- Short breaks
- In the village of Cardross
- Glasgow airport - 16 miles
- Arrochar Alps - 20 miles,
Glasgow - 20 miles
- Cardoss railway station 5 minute walk.
Frequent trains to Glasgow,
Edinburgh and Helensburgh
- Pubs/restaurants - lots in area
and closest 500 metres away
- Waitrose in Helensburgh, 3 miles
- Golf - Cardross Golf Course (in village),
Loch Lomond Golf Club - 10 miles
- Geilston Gardens - Cardross (National Trust)
- Ardmore Point - 2 miles
- Ardardan Estate Working Farm,
nursery and tea room (outside village)
- Helensburgh and Rhu Sailing Club - 6/7 miles
- Hill House (National Trust), 5 miles
- Loch Lomond - Balloch Pier 6 miles
- 2 minute walk along the path
to the beach and the Firth of Clyde
Springvale is a very spacious detached Victorian farmhouse which was built circa 1870 and extended just before the Second World War. It forms part of an intimate hamlet of just twelve properties situated on the fringe of the conservation village of Cardross, within comfortable walking distance of the local train station and golf club.
The house is approached from the back where there is plenty of car parking space. The well-kept garden wraps around the eastern side of the house and faces south at the front, where there is an extensive and level lawn bordered by fruit trees and shrubs. A large patio with garden furniture for outdoor entertaining and a somerhouse for relaxing in - a wonderful space to sit and read in.
Internally the house offers spacious family accommodation of two large public rooms, a superb 26 foot dining kitchen with Aga cooker and pine farmhouse style units and a large double glazed conservatory. Also downstairs is a double bedroom, a laundry room and shower room. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms (2 with new ensuite shower rooms), one single bedroom, a modern bathroom and a separate WC.
From Helensburgh, turn right into Sinclair Street then left onto East Clyde Street/A814. Follow the A814 for approximately 4.5 miles. Ferry Road is the last road on the right leaving Cardross. Springvale is near the bottom of the road, on the right hand side.
From Dumbarton centre follow the A814 for approximately 3.5 miles. Ferry Road is the first road on the right leaving Cardross. Springvale near at the bottom of the road, on the right hand side.
Heating is included and also wood for the barbeque.
Bed linen is provided.
Cost and availability:
Springvale is rented out throughout the year.
Short breaks are available, minimum 3 days.
To book this spacious farmhouse in the conservation village of Cardross, click the enquiry button below and see availability and prices.
direct to the owner
Springvale, Ferry Road, Cardross, Dunbartonshire G82 5JU Scotland