Fintry provides a home from home on the marvelous Firth of Clyde and West Coast of Scotland. It has all the modern facilities with a great location and superb views.
Fintry is south facing with stunning views over the Holy Loch. It is situated adjacent to historic Kilmun Church, which has recently been awarded substantial funding to reinstate the Dukes of Argyll Mausoleum and provide a visitor interpretation centre. Fintry's location means there is immediate access to forest roads which are ideal for mountain biking and hill walks.
Kilmun is part of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, confirming its stature as an important natural environment with a wide range of wildlife. The Holy Loch is particularly noted for its flocks of waders, ducks and seabirds including visiting gannets which can be watched from Fintry's balcony as the tide rises and falls.
There is an extensive range of country pursuits on the doorstep including cycling, walking, fishing, stalking, golf, sailing and visiting castles, gardens and museums.
Kilmun is home to a world renowned Arboretum run by the Forestry Commission where the potential economic value of a wide range of trees has been and is being studied. This is connected by a hill road to Puck's Glen, a Victorian landscaped damp habitat famous for its ferns and mosses.
Benmore Gardens are two miles from Fintry and managed for the nation by the Royal Botoanic Garden in Edinburgh. The Gardens are a treat for anyone with its world famous avenue of redwoods, its recently refurbished fernery and its collection of rhodedendrons.