6 Bedroom house

Edgehill Road, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £650,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

This five bedroomed, with the potential for six, detached villa is one of the highly admired properties built by John Russell, pre-war, that form the highly sought-after district of Gartconnell. The original property has been, undoubtedly, enhanced by being extended to create the sizeable family home of nine/ten principal apartments, extending, in total, to some 2,500 sq. ft. (gross internal). Accommodation, as clients will see from the floorplan herein, now falls over two floors, with the upper level offering a fifth bedroom with en-suite toilet and a good-sized family playroom (which could be the sixth bedroom, if required), accessed via a superbly designed first floor staircase. The house includes that, all so important, large open-plan family dining room and kitchen - increasingly, the heart of modern family life. It also has, in addition to a large family bathroom, two shower rooms (one of which is en-suite to bedroom three) and the aforementioned en-suite toilet to bedroom five. The five principal bedrooms are all good-sized doubles and the public rooms include a spacious lounge set on an open-plan arrangement to a large dining room, a cosy family room and, on the first floor, a very cleverly created study/casual area fitted with home office furniture. The playroom makes for a great escape for children but could easily be a sixth bedroom, if required. Supporting the kitchen is a useful utility room and, generally, the property offers good storage facilities, with extensive wardrobe provision, and, outside, attached to the southern gable, a garage. The house sits amidst a generous plot that is very private, the rear garden particularly so where there is a gorgeous stone flagged sun terrace, patio and pathway across the back of the property, in addition to which is a covered veranda off the dining room. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor Formal reception hall with an original oak door, either side of which are two retained stain leaded lancet style windows. Bay windowed lounge with additional side window and, at the focal point, a stone fireplace with a coal and log Living Flame gas fire. The dining room has patio doors to the rear onto the covered veranda and there is an additional side facing window, as with the lounge, to the south. Corner position family room with windows to front (west) and side (north) and where there are decorative ceiling beams featured. The dining kitchen is a great space and has three framed windows both to the rear and to the side, as well as French doors to the rear onto the aforementioned sun terrace/patio. To provide additional light, there are three large Velux windows set into the pitch of the roof - kitchen units are classically designed and of high quality, by Charles Yorke, with cream coloured units, beautifully finished with dovetail joints, and where there is solid granite worktops and an additional centre island with hardwood surface. Appliances include a superb Falcon professional range cooker, above which there is a filter cooker hood, an American style fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and space for appliances. There are storage units, a stainless-steel sink and the boiler is located here, together with the Megaflo hot water cylinder. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a quality fitted shower room with a reproduction, traditionally styled, suite in which and in which there is a shower enclosure with an Alterna thermostatic shower unit with Matki shower door. Quality floor and wall tiling and with, traditionally styled, column radiator cum brass heated towel rail. First floor A dogleg staircase, in mahogany, extends to the first floor where a very cleverly created study/library area has been configured, with window to the front, fitted out with home office storage cupboards and work surface.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

This five bedroomed, with the potential for six, detached villa is one of the highly admired properties built by John Russell, pre-war, that form the highly sought-after district of Gartconnell. The original property has been, undoubtedly, enhanced by being extended to create the sizeable family home of nine/ten principal apartments, extending, in total, to some 2,500 sq. ft. (gross internal). Accommodation, as clients will see from the floorplan herein, now falls over two floors, with the upper level offering a fifth bedroom with en-suite toilet and a good-sized family playroom (which could be the sixth bedroom, if required), accessed via a superbly designed first floor staircase. The house includes that, all so important, large open-plan family dining room and kitchen - increasingly, the heart of modern family life. It also has, in addition to a large family bathroom, two shower rooms (one of which is en-suite to bedroom three) and the aforementioned en-suite toilet to bedroom five. The five principal bedrooms are all good-sized doubles and the public rooms include a spacious lounge set on an open-plan arrangement to a large dining room, a cosy family room and, on the first floor, a very cleverly created study/casual area fitted with home office furniture. The playroom makes for a great escape for children but could easily be a sixth bedroom, if required. Supporting the kitchen is a useful utility room and, generally, the property offers good storage facilities, with extensive wardrobe provision, and, outside, attached to the southern gable, a garage. The house sits amidst a generous plot that is very private, the rear garden particularly so where there is a gorgeous stone flagged sun terrace, patio and pathway across the back of the property, in addition to which is a covered veranda off the dining room. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor Formal reception hall with an original oak door, either side of which are two retained stain leaded lancet style windows. Bay windowed lounge with additional side window and, at the focal point, a stone fireplace with a coal and log Living Flame gas fire. The dining room has patio doors to the rear onto the covered veranda and there is an additional side facing window, as with the lounge, to the south. Corner position family room with windows to front (west) and side (north) and where there are decorative ceiling beams featured. The dining kitchen is a great space and has three framed windows both to the rear and to the side, as well as French doors to the rear onto the aforementioned sun terrace/patio. To provide additional light, there are three large Velux windows set into the pitch of the roof - kitchen units are classically designed and of high quality, by Charles Yorke, with cream coloured units, beautifully finished with dovetail joints, and where there is solid granite worktops and an additional centre island with hardwood surface. Appliances include a superb Falcon professional range cooker, above which there is a filter cooker hood, an American style fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher. The utility room has plumbing for a washing machine and space for appliances. There are storage units, a stainless-steel sink and the boiler is located here, together with the Megaflo hot water cylinder. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a quality fitted shower room with a reproduction, traditionally styled, suite in which and in which there is a shower enclosure with an Alterna thermostatic shower unit with Matki shower door. Quality floor and wall tiling and with, traditionally styled, column radiator cum brass heated towel rail. First floor A dogleg staircase, in mahogany, extends to the first floor where a very cleverly created study/library area has been configured, with window to the front, fitted out with home office storage cupboards and work surface.

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