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The Moat House 241 Main Road

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The Moat House 241 Main Road, Elderslie

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A unique traditional six bedroom detached villa in enclosed and walled private gardens adjacent to the Wallace Monument within the heart of Elderslie.
  • Property Type: Detached House, House, Villa
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Public Rooms: 4

Property Description

A unique traditional six bedroom detached villa in enclosed and walled private gardens adjacent to the Wallace Monument within the heart of Elderslie.



The Moat House is a vernacular style of traditional detached villa dating from approximately 1907 in this unique and historic location. The property sits within walled and screened private gardens positioned to the rear of the William Wallace Monument. This historic site is to the rear of a former building dating from the 17th century on the architectural remains of a larger more ancient fortified site in the centre of this popular village.



The Moat House is constructed with a sandstone painted exterior under a slate roof. It offers well presented and spacious accommodation of nine principal apartments over two and a half storey layout. The house has a covered front porch and conservatory viewing over the level and landscaped front gardens with a screen of mature trees and shrubbery adding great privacy from surrounding homes. The covered rear courtyard has access to a stone outbuilding with entry into a storeroom within the main house and enclosed doors to both the garden and driveways. There is a timber constructed garage used for further storage, positioned within the garden area. The majority of the front gardens are laid as lawn with a screen of mature trees and shrubbery. There is a gravel driveway and turning.



The accommodation within this elegant period home comprises of a ground floor reception hallway with stairs to the upper level and entry to modern cloakroom/WC. There is a large and irregularly shaped lounge area with front and side facing window formations, a white marble fireplace with inlaid Dutch painted tiles and entry to the front facing double glazed conservatory. The formal dining room extends to almost 18 feet in length with dual aspect windows and an individually built brick finished corner fireplace. The kitchen has a range of traditional fitted furniture with an Aga range cooker and space for other appliances. An inner hall leads from the kitchen to the cosy study. Along the rear of the house there is a large utility room with space for laundry appliances which has access to the rear courtyard and internal entry to a shower room.



The first floor level of the property has a broad hallway with an inner hall and stairs to the attic level. The impressive master bedroom has a front facing window overlooking the gardens and entry to a tiled en-suite shower room. There are three further good sized double bedrooms on the first floor level and a family bathroom with a modern suite including a shaped bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, WC and wash hand basin set on a dresser unit. The attic level of the property has a central hall which has been used as a study area with a Velux window to the front and entry to two substantial double sized bedrooms.



The specification of this period home includes an oil fired central heating system and modern double glazing to external windows.

Selling Branch

Branch Address

2 Windsor Place, Main Street, PA11 3AF
Tel: 01505 691 400
Email: [email protected]

Opening Hours

Mon, Tues & Fri 9am-5.30pm
Wed, Thu 9am-8pm
Sat 9.30am-1.00pm
Sun 12noon-3pm

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