Property Details

5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms

Truly stunning detached Victorian Villa with gorgeous panoramic loch views from its enviable location on the banks of Loch Long. Beautifully decorated and in absolute walk-in condition ‘Silverdale’ is brimming with charm and character and comprises loch facing sitting and dining rooms, a modern kitchen with adjoining bright and airy sun room and utility room, 5 double bedrooms, one of which is on the lower floor, bathroom, shower room and downstairs cloakroom.
Externally, the wraparound gardens have been lovingly landscaped and maintained, whilst the large driveway, carport, garage, workshop, further garden shed and woodland area to the rear all add to this, already charming, property. This is a truly magnificent house in an idyllic setting and would make an outstanding family or retirement home and is sure to generate a lot of interest so early viewing is highly recommended.

The picturesque village of Blairmore is set on the shores of Loch Long and boasts a few small independent shops, a lovely café which offers locally sourced produce, homebaking, light meals and speciality coffees and a restored pier at which the world famous paddle steamer ‘PS Waverley’ berths. The wider area is perfect for hill walking, is surrounded by natural beauty and is well served with a marina, sailing, golf and bowling clubs, a post office / mini market, village inn, medical centre, churches and a fantastic, award winning, primary school. A regular bus service ensures that the neighbouring villages of Strone, Kilmun and Ardentinny, as well as Dunoon, are easily accessible. In addition, there are two ferries to Gourock with rail and coach links meaning that Glasgow city centre is little more than an hour away, with Glasgow Airport, Braehead Shopping Centre and Greenock even closer.

Lower Floor – Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Sun Room, Study / Bedroom 5, Utility Room and Cloakroom
Half Landing – Shower Room
Upper Floor – Four Double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom

Silverdale can be found on the shore road, a couple of hundred yards past the Blairmore sign, coming from Dunoon.

Access is by the double gates at the driveway, or the pedestrian gate. Both lead to the main front door.

The property can be entered via the main door at the front of the property, into the sun room from the back garden or via the utility room to the side.

The welcoming hallway is reached through the entrance vestibule and provides access to the sitting room, dining room, kitchen, bedroom 5 / study, the downstairs cloakroom and the stairs to the mid and upper floors.

Sitting Room
5.65m x 4.30m
18’7” x 14’2”
Lovely loch-facing sitting room with stunning views through the bay windows. High ceilings, wooden flooring, bottled gas fire set in feature fireplace. Ceiling light, radiator.

Dining Room
5.15m x 4.20m
16’11” x 13’10”
Elegant dining room, also with stunning views of Loch Long, the Firth of Clyde and across to the Roseneath peninsula. Wooden flooring, bottled gas fire set in a feature fireplace and plenty of room for a large formal dining table and chairs.

3.35m x 3.30m
11’0” x 10’10”
Large, well equipped, kitchen which is open plan with the sun room. Modern wall and base units on either side provide plenty of storage. Cooker with hob and extractor and a substantial built in fridge freezer. Window to side over the sink and drainer. Wooden flooring which flows to the sun room.

Sun Room
4.95m x 3.40m
16’3” x 11’2”
Comfortable and spacious room, overlooking the back garden, which is ideal for breakfast, coffee, reading the morning paper or just relaxing watching TV. Bright and airy room with dual aspect plus two Velux windows plus a door to the back.

Utility Room
3.00m x 2.45m
9’11” x 8’1”
Handy area off the sun room which has space, and plumbing, for washing machine plus additional white goods. Leads to side garden.

Bedroom 5 / Study
3.50m x 3.05m
11’6” x 10’0”
Double room at the rear with window to the garden. Currently used as a study but would also make a good bedroom on the ground floor making it ideal for those with mobility issues.

Well positioned cloakroom in the hallway consisting of WC and wash-hand basin.

A carpeted staircase with wooden banister and wrought iron spindles winds past the shower room on the half landing and on to the upper floor.

Shower Room
Large room on the half landing consisting of WC, his-and-hers wash-hand basins and walk-in shower cubicle with electric shower. Tiled floor and part-tiled walls. Windows on the ceiling and wall overlooking the back garden ensures the room is always bright and airy. Mirrored cabinets on the wall above the sinks.

The carpeted upper hallway leads to the four bedrooms and the family bathroom.

Bedroom 1
4.40m x 3.90m
14’6” x 12’10”
Master suite with stunning views of the front garden, the water and surrounding countryside. Carpet, radiator and ceiling lights and plenty of room for wardrobes and additional bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 2
4.65m x 3.55m
15’3” x 11’8”
Another good sized double room with stunning waterscape views. Also carpeted, with radiator, ceiling light and space for bedroom furniture.

Bedroom 3
3.90m x 3.85m
12’10” x 12’8”
Another good sized double room with window to the side looking down the Firth of Clyde.

Bedroom 4
3.65m x 3.60m
12’0” x 11’10”
Fourth double bedroom upstairs, with side window looking up Loch Long.

2.70m x 2.55m
8’11” x 8’5”
Nice bright family bathroom consisting of white oval bath with shower over, WC and wash-hand basin with large circular mirror on the wall. Wooden effect flooring and part tiled walls. Velux window in the ceiling.


Splendid mature gardens surround the property. Accessed via the double iron gates or the matching pedestrian gate, the front garden is mainly lawn behind the hedge above the outer wall which provides privacy without compromising on the view. Mixed shrubs and bushes add colour to the front garden. The driveway leads from the double gates and on the rear and the carport, garage and workshop which is supplied with both water and electricity. The rear gardens are also mainly lawned with bedding and borders which blend into the woodland at the rear. A further wooden shed enhances the back garden. Silverdale also owns a section of land on the foreshore down to the high water mark adjacent to the house.

Mains Water
Drainage - private outfall sewerage system
Oil Central Heating
Note: The services, white goods and electrical appliances have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
Silverdale is in Council Tax Band E

Home Report
A copy of the Home Report is available by contacting Waterside Property Ltd.

Strictly by appointment with Waterside Property Ltd.

Offers are to be submitted in Scottish legal terms to Waterside Property Ltd.

Council tax band: E, Tenure: Freehold, EPC rating: F

  • Stunning Victorian Villa
  • Panoramic Loch Views
  • 5 Double Bedrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms
  • Bathroom, Shower Room & WC
  • Original Features Throughout
  • Lovely Private Gardens
  • Several Outhouses
  • Driveway, Carport and Garage
  • Beautiful Coastal Setting
  • Council Tax Band: E
Floor Plan