Cloak is a wonderfully imposing country house designed in 1906 by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The property has retained a huge array of period features including an original Mackintosh porch light, interior cabinets and a number of diamond-shaped skylights as well as other features synonymous with his style.
The present owners have slowly been upgrading the property and in the act discovered hidden gems including a number of previously undiscovered fireplaces. The property provides comfortable family accommodation across three floors: the ground floor has reception hall, drawing room, sitting/family room, dining room, study, butler’s pantry and a family bathroom, all of which has uninterrupted views over the Auchendores Resevoir. There is also a generous breakfasting kitchen and a wine cellar downstairs. The first floor has a master bedroom with an suite shower and dressing room, a guest bedroom with en suite bedroom and en suite bathroom while the second floor offers two double bedrooms each with en suite study or playroom and one has an en suite bathroom.
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The house also comes with a detached cottage which has a well proportioned sitting room, two double bedrooms, bathroom and a fitted kitchen. The grounds amount to just under four acres and include a tennis court and a nine hole pitch and putt golf course, as well as a stable and an enclosed chicken run. The house also comes with fishing and shooting rights.
The guide price is £930,000. For further information please contact Savills on 0141 222 5875 or visit www.savills.co.uk.