One of Scotland’s ‘most magnificent period homes’ selling for £1.7m after renovation

The Grade B listed Greystones mansion is located on the outskirts of Kilmacolm.

One of Scotland’s ‘most magnificent period homes’ selling for £1.7m after renovation Corum Property

One of Scotland’s “most magnificent period homes” has gone on sale for nearly £2m after extensive renovations.

Greystones, a Grade B listed five-bedroom mansion, located in the quiet village of Kilmacolm, was built in 1913 and underwent an extensive transformation in 2014.

The “meticulous” redecoration, described as among the “finest” examples of conservation architecture, sees the gothic-inspired original features paired with modern finishes.

It sees features such as a cinema room with exposed beams – along with five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The property is found in the quiet village of KilmacolmCorum Property via Supplied
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A dining area also offers “spectacular views” towards beauty spot Knapps Loch.

Gordon McGuire of Corum Property said: “The owner worked closely with Anna Campbell-Jones on the interior design, and the outcome is spectacular.

“The original features blend beautifully with pops of colour, exquisite craftsmanship and a layout that flows wonderfully.”

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The owners are asking for offers over £1,750,000.

“Greystones is a breathtaking home, it really is something truly special,” said Mr McGuire.

“This is a home that has been loved, adored and brought to life by the current owners – it’s full of character.”

“Greystones presents a rare opportunity to acquire a property of considerable note in the picturesque village of Kilmacolm, one of the most coveted addresses in Scotland.”

The property looks onto beauty spot Knapp lochSupplied
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