4 Bedroom house

Gartconnell Drive, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £595,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

This superb four bedroomed house is a wholly unique home. Built for our clients, in 1996, by architect commission, it is a large semi-detached villa (some 2,400 sq. ft.) and the major portion of this handsome building finished in roughcast and architectural masonry. The neighbouring property, 4B, having been, as part of the design/build, a "granny house" for our clients' family. The property provides a most generous flow of rooms with a full seven apartment layout (four bedrooms, three public rooms) plus a large dining kitchen, utility room, bathroom, en-suite bathroom and a toilet. It boasts an impressive specification with high quality double glazed windows and French doors by Rationel, a gas central heating system with Veissmann Vitodens 35kW combination boiler, renewed kitchen (2017) with integrated appliances, white sanitary ware in en-suite and toilet, champagne coloured suite in family bathroom, with the two shower enclosures having powerful thermostatic showers, an alarm system, African Maple internal doors, 8'7" (2.6m) high ceilings downstairs and, outside, a detached double garage (17'3" x 16', 5.26m x 4.88m). It has a sizeable, south facing, garden - the plot being some a third of an acre or thereby. Situated within the highly admired Gartconnell district, the house could not be handier for Bearsden Cross and the excellent amenities and shops to be found there. Schooling would be for Bearsden Primary, at The Cross, and for Bearsden Academy, just along Drymen Road at Courthill. Also, within Bearsden are the new premises of St. Nicholas' Primary, on Duntocher Road, and, on Ledcameroch Road, The High School of Glasgow Junior School (its senior school is just south of Bearsden at Anniesland). The architect has designed an excellent home here, perfect for families, with key spaces such as the main lounge, the family dining kitchen and the master bedroom being particularly generous in scale. A feature of the property is surely bedroom four with its broad arch window which our clients use as a study and which previously has been an "artist studio", benefiting from its north facing window and with a view towards the Bearsden landmark of Schaw House. Most of the house, deliberately, is orientated to the south. In total, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor • Portico • Entrance vestibule • Reception hall cleverly situated in the centre of the house to form a central "spine" to the property and more of a sense of being in a detached house • Cloakroom toilet (w.c., w.h.b.) • Lounge with two windows overlooking rear garden and with a fine oak fireplace with marble inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire • Dining room with solid Maple floor and double doors to and from lounge • Family room connecting to kitchen and with both window and French doors to the garden • Large kitchen with dining area, again with French doors to the garden. Units are in white high gloss with Cocabola wood laminate worksurfaces, including a peninsula unit accommodating a breakfasting bar. Appliances include four burner gas hob, oven, microwave, externally vented cooker hood, concealed dishwasher and fridge freezer • Utility room with laundry pulley and including the washing machine and tumble drier. First floor • From the hall, a return-flight staircase ascends to a generous galleried hall with two storage cupboards (one deep) • Four double bedrooms, the master being a fantastic size room with three windows overlooking the rear garden, bedroom four has a w.h.b. set atop a rather useful storage unit • Four piece, including shower enclosure, en-suite bathroom • Four piece, including shower enclosure, family bathroom.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

This superb four bedroomed house is a wholly unique home. Built for our clients, in 1996, by architect commission, it is a large semi-detached villa (some 2,400 sq. ft.) and the major portion of this handsome building finished in roughcast and architectural masonry. The neighbouring property, 4B, having been, as part of the design/build, a "granny house" for our clients' family. The property provides a most generous flow of rooms with a full seven apartment layout (four bedrooms, three public rooms) plus a large dining kitchen, utility room, bathroom, en-suite bathroom and a toilet. It boasts an impressive specification with high quality double glazed windows and French doors by Rationel, a gas central heating system with Veissmann Vitodens 35kW combination boiler, renewed kitchen (2017) with integrated appliances, white sanitary ware in en-suite and toilet, champagne coloured suite in family bathroom, with the two shower enclosures having powerful thermostatic showers, an alarm system, African Maple internal doors, 8'7" (2.6m) high ceilings downstairs and, outside, a detached double garage (17'3" x 16', 5.26m x 4.88m). It has a sizeable, south facing, garden - the plot being some a third of an acre or thereby. Situated within the highly admired Gartconnell district, the house could not be handier for Bearsden Cross and the excellent amenities and shops to be found there. Schooling would be for Bearsden Primary, at The Cross, and for Bearsden Academy, just along Drymen Road at Courthill. Also, within Bearsden are the new premises of St. Nicholas' Primary, on Duntocher Road, and, on Ledcameroch Road, The High School of Glasgow Junior School (its senior school is just south of Bearsden at Anniesland). The architect has designed an excellent home here, perfect for families, with key spaces such as the main lounge, the family dining kitchen and the master bedroom being particularly generous in scale. A feature of the property is surely bedroom four with its broad arch window which our clients use as a study and which previously has been an "artist studio", benefiting from its north facing window and with a view towards the Bearsden landmark of Schaw House. Most of the house, deliberately, is orientated to the south. In total, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor • Portico • Entrance vestibule • Reception hall cleverly situated in the centre of the house to form a central "spine" to the property and more of a sense of being in a detached house • Cloakroom toilet (w.c., w.h.b.) • Lounge with two windows overlooking rear garden and with a fine oak fireplace with marble inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire • Dining room with solid Maple floor and double doors to and from lounge • Family room connecting to kitchen and with both window and French doors to the garden • Large kitchen with dining area, again with French doors to the garden. Units are in white high gloss with Cocabola wood laminate worksurfaces, including a peninsula unit accommodating a breakfasting bar. Appliances include four burner gas hob, oven, microwave, externally vented cooker hood, concealed dishwasher and fridge freezer • Utility room with laundry pulley and including the washing machine and tumble drier. First floor • From the hall, a return-flight staircase ascends to a generous galleried hall with two storage cupboards (one deep) • Four double bedrooms, the master being a fantastic size room with three windows overlooking the rear garden, bedroom four has a w.h.b. set atop a rather useful storage unit • Four piece, including shower enclosure, en-suite bathroom • Four piece, including shower enclosure, family bathroom.

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