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July 22 2020

 Dalnair Castle conversion completes

FM Group has completed the full conversion of a Victorian Baronial pile in the village of Croftamie, Drymen, to provide a range of flats.

Dalnair Castle has been fully modernised to plans by McInnes Gardner, complete with a lift, electric vehicle charging points and private tennis courts in a factored parkland setting.

The £3.3m project has been underway since the site was acquired in 2016 and includes eight new build properties in the castle courtyard, with a further ten properties still to be built in the grounds.

Robert Croll sales manager for FM Group said: “Despite its rural setting, on the edge of world-renowned Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, Dalnair Castle is highly accessible, and both Glasgow and Stirling can be reached within a mere 25 minutes.”

First built in 1884 on the site of the earlier Endrickbank House' by Glasgow merchant Thomas Brown the castle sports its own tower and Tudor-arched doorway, offering expansive views of the countryside around the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.

An open viewing will take place this weekend
An open viewing will take place this weekend
Open plan kitchens and new double glazing has been installed
Open plan kitchens and new double glazing has been installed

7 Comments

James Hepburn
#1 Posted by James Hepburn on 22 Jul 2020 at 12:32 PM
The interior decor just looks dreadful. The FM Group should have engaged a professional to do them. Just awful. And the idea that you could reach Stirling or Glasgow in 25 minutes is fantasy.
StyleCouncil
#2 Posted by StyleCouncil on 22 Jul 2020 at 12:32 PM
What an utterly rank interior- kitchen, floor finish and electrical design especially, i.e the bits FM have put in!
What a waste and insult to a stunning building.
The Jamb
#3 Posted by The Jamb on 22 Jul 2020 at 15:29 PM
Just a wee bit unprofessional not to take a damp mop across the floor to make it clean, if not shiny, prior to the photographers visit.
Grey is all the rage in London so I have been told!!
And those Jurassic white radiators...why??
Pale Merk
#4 Posted by Pale Merk on 22 Jul 2020 at 17:00 PM
43 minutes by car to Glasgow city centre according to google maps.
GMan
#5 Posted by GMan on 24 Jul 2020 at 14:44 PM
The interior of this building is totally of no reflection to its interior, looks more Notting Hill than anything else..
GMan
#6 Posted by GMan on 24 Jul 2020 at 14:57 PM
To re-correct the above as I can't re-edit... The interior of this building is totally of no reflection to its exterior, looks more Notting Hill than anything else..
devilish advocaat
#7 Posted by devilish advocaat on 24 Jul 2020 at 17:05 PM
It looks like someone ordered too much flooring, so fashioned some kitchen units from the extra.

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