INVERCLYDE'S most expensive home currently on the market has been priced at a cool £1.4 million.

The sumptuous property — Kildrummy — is located on Kilmacolm's exclusive Knockbuckle Lane and is described as 'one of the finest modern villas in the west of Scotland'.

Classical architect Hugh Petter, an advisor to the Duchy or Cornwall, designed the grand house which was built in 2011.

At more than 5,000 square feet, Kildrummy boasts five luxury bedrooms as well as a 'magnificent grand reception hallway' complete with an oak staircase.

Its surrounding grounds extend to 0.7 of an acre and there are a further three acres of private woodland shared between the owners of properties within the exclusive Avenel development.

There are excellent views overlooking the Gill Burn and Gryfe Wood with a stream running alongside the property.

The main bedroom has a dressing room as well as en-suite facilities, which are a feature in all of the bedrooms.

Kildrummy has an inner hallway leading to a shower room, office, utility room with integral double garage and a substantial store room on the upper floor.

Most of the ground floor rooms are laid with high quality engineered oak boards with a dark smoked finish.

Electric gates are at the front entrance of the grounds, which have a granite gravel driveway with lit columns.

The property is being sold by upmarket estate agent Savills.

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