This three-bedroom semi-detached house is located in the small hamlet of Milton of Buchanan, within the Loch Lomond and Trossach National Park.
The house is situated on the alternative West Highland Way route and is a two-minute drive or 25-30 minute walk to Loch Lomond.
With Balmaha just over a mile in one direction and Drymen approximate 2.5 miles in the opposite direction, this house is in the perfect location for accessing many of the tourist attractions, including picturesque walks, whilst making the most of the restaurants and pubs along the way.
The Old Schoolhouse was original built in 1764 by Alexander Gowan, and was lovingly restored and contemporized in 2008. It is a Category B listed 18th century estate building with distinctive glazing and historical interest as the parish school.
The property is accessed at the side and leads into an entrance hallway with a natural slate feature wall. It is set over several levels with bedroom and family bathroom upstairs and further bedroom and kitchen downstairs. Leading off the entrance hall to the left you will find a sizable master bedroom and to the right of the hallway a small shower room. The beautiful natural slate feature wall of the hallway is seen from the mezzanine living area, which is accessed by a small number of steps.
Wooden flooring is found throughout, except for the three carpeted bedrooms and the tiled flooring in the kitchen.
The property has a shared driveway with plenty of parking and its own garden.