Bridgend Cottage is located in the small rural community of Rowardennan, on the B837. The property is a detached house with accommodation over two floors. It has a pitched tiled roof with a dormer window.
The accommodation, extending to about 78 sqm, comprises an entrance hall, lounge, kitchen, shower room and three bedrooms (one on the ground floor), a boot room and coal store and a lean to porch. The Cottage is in need of modernisation.
Externally, the property is accessed off the entrance to Cashel Campsite. Private garden grounds surround the property with a mix of stone walls and hedging enclosing the boundary.
In an idyllic spot on the east side of Loch Lomond, Bridgend Cottage is in a beautiful location, with the shores of the lochjust a few hundred metres away. The views from the lochside take in Luss on the west and the mountains that lie either sideand the surrounding Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.
The West Highland Way passes the entrance to Bridgend Cottage and Rowardennan is known as the starting point for the main path up Ben Lomond. There are further walking opportunities on the east side of the loch with the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park and Rowardennan Forest close by and the Trossachs a bit further on the east side of Ben Lomond.
There are many attractions within easy reach including Go Country adventure park at Aberfoyle which offers a huge range of outdoor activities including cliff jumping, archery, kayaking, orienteering and clay pigeon shooting.
The schools within the catchment area are Drymen Primary School and Balfron High School.
Glasgow Airport is 33 miles away and the city centre can be reached by train from Balloch Station (18 miles) within trains every 30 minutes.