3 Bedroom house

Craigton Road, Milngavie, G62

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An extended pre-war, stone fronted, semi-detached villa with a highly convenient location for Milngavie Village Centre, Allander Park and the local schooling. The extension, with pitched and tiled roof, adds a kitchen, utility room and shower room and brings the accommodation, in total, to some 1,150 sq. ft. (gross internal). Much has been recently improved/renewed within the last three years, including the renewal and enlargement of the utility room, the fitting of the shower room, new white framed UPVC double glazed windows and doors (except the bay windows in the lounge and bedroom one) and the installation of an efficient Viessmann combination boiler to the central heating system. The extension completed in two stages, has allowed a reconfiguring of the accommodation on the ground floor and, in total, now provides the following (as detailed on the floorplan) :- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with double storm doors; hall; lounge with a broad box bay, double glazed, window (note, the gas fire in the lounge is not functioning); double doors lead from the lounge to a family/living room arranged open-plan to a small dining room (formerly the kitchen) and the, now, kitchen which features a range of "New England style" kitchen units in white with dark grey worktops - here there is a fitted stainless steel range cooker with stainless steel splash panel and filter cooker hood above. Space for breakfast table and chairs; smartly fitted utility room with cream high gloss units with a grey trim and the same worktop as featured in the kitchen; shower room with contemporary white suite and a large 1,180mm shower enclosure with a powerful thermostatic shower, chrome heated towel rail. First floor A staircase ascends to a hall with gable side window and a hatch with a pull-down ladder to a part boarded attic with Velux window; three bedrooms, including a spacious master with broad box bay window to match the lounge below, bedroom two is a further double, with bedroom three a small single; bathroom with an older style coloured suite with corner bath. Specification The property is fully double glazed, with the following units replaced about one year ago - the front door, dining room, upper hall, bathroom and bedrooms two and three. Some three years ago, the windows in the kitchen, utility room and shower room were renewed. All of the above have been done in white UPVC. Previously, the bay windows featured in the lounge and master bedroom were refitted - these are of an older style that are finished in UPVC with white to the interior and a woodgrain effect to the exterior. The central heating is a combination system with the aforementioned Viessmann boiler, which was renewed in 2015. Outside The properties on this section of Craigton Road are in a small "parallel road" that provides an almost cul-de-sac feel and where, in addition to a lawned garden with wall, fence and hedge, this house has a further area of garden ground, planted with shrubs and plants, in a section between the two runs of Craigton Road - a very useful addition, and with the front aspect to this property also providing a rather pleasant outlook to the deciduous treelined parade that runs between Craigton Road and Craigton Gardens. To the side of the house is a granite chipped drive and, to the side of the extension, a pathway with gate to a fully enclosed (fences plus a rendered wall to the neighbouring garage) back garden with grass and patio. Situation This house really does have a wonderfully convenient location and is just around the corner from the expanses of Allander Park, which leads, in turn, through to Drumclog Moor and, ultimately, the hectares of Mugdock Country Park. It is just along the road from Clober Golf Club and is within half a mile, which can be reached via a rather pleasant "river walk", of the Village Centre and the excellent shops and facilities to be found there.

  • Type House

An extended pre-war, stone fronted, semi-detached villa with a highly convenient location for Milngavie Village Centre, Allander Park and the local schooling. The extension, with pitched and tiled roof, adds a kitchen, utility room and shower room and brings the accommodation, in total, to some 1,150 sq. ft. (gross internal). Much has been recently improved/renewed within the last three years, including the renewal and enlargement of the utility room, the fitting of the shower room, new white framed UPVC double glazed windows and doors (except the bay windows in the lounge and bedroom one) and the installation of an efficient Viessmann combination boiler to the central heating system. The extension completed in two stages, has allowed a reconfiguring of the accommodation on the ground floor and, in total, now provides the following (as detailed on the floorplan) :- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with double storm doors; hall; lounge with a broad box bay, double glazed, window (note, the gas fire in the lounge is not functioning); double doors lead from the lounge to a family/living room arranged open-plan to a small dining room (formerly the kitchen) and the, now, kitchen which features a range of "New England style" kitchen units in white with dark grey worktops - here there is a fitted stainless steel range cooker with stainless steel splash panel and filter cooker hood above. Space for breakfast table and chairs; smartly fitted utility room with cream high gloss units with a grey trim and the same worktop as featured in the kitchen; shower room with contemporary white suite and a large 1,180mm shower enclosure with a powerful thermostatic shower, chrome heated towel rail. First floor A staircase ascends to a hall with gable side window and a hatch with a pull-down ladder to a part boarded attic with Velux window; three bedrooms, including a spacious master with broad box bay window to match the lounge below, bedroom two is a further double, with bedroom three a small single; bathroom with an older style coloured suite with corner bath. Specification The property is fully double glazed, with the following units replaced about one year ago - the front door, dining room, upper hall, bathroom and bedrooms two and three. Some three years ago, the windows in the kitchen, utility room and shower room were renewed. All of the above have been done in white UPVC. Previously, the bay windows featured in the lounge and master bedroom were refitted - these are of an older style that are finished in UPVC with white to the interior and a woodgrain effect to the exterior. The central heating is a combination system with the aforementioned Viessmann boiler, which was renewed in 2015. Outside The properties on this section of Craigton Road are in a small "parallel road" that provides an almost cul-de-sac feel and where, in addition to a lawned garden with wall, fence and hedge, this house has a further area of garden ground, planted with shrubs and plants, in a section between the two runs of Craigton Road - a very useful addition, and with the front aspect to this property also providing a rather pleasant outlook to the deciduous treelined parade that runs between Craigton Road and Craigton Gardens. To the side of the house is a granite chipped drive and, to the side of the extension, a pathway with gate to a fully enclosed (fences plus a rendered wall to the neighbouring garage) back garden with grass and patio. Situation This house really does have a wonderfully convenient location and is just around the corner from the expanses of Allander Park, which leads, in turn, through to Drumclog Moor and, ultimately, the hectares of Mugdock Country Park. It is just along the road from Clober Golf Club and is within half a mile, which can be reached via a rather pleasant "river walk", of the Village Centre and the excellent shops and facilities to be found there.

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