4 Bedroom house

Springkell Avenue, Pollokshields, Glasgow, G41

Offers over £550,000

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Beneffrey was designed by architect William Hunter McNab for John Anderson and is one of the most striking Edwardian villas to be found anywhere in Pollokshields. This hugely impressive conversion, over three levels, provides the opportunity for someone to acquire a truly unique home. With this building having been converted in the late 1990s, this is the first time in this particular property's history that it has been on the open market since its conversion. Set on a substantial plot, access is gained via a winding driveway around to the rear of the property where this is situated. The property is entered via a private entrance into a dining sized kitchen with a range of base and wall mounted units and traditionally styled kitchen doors, handles and porcelain sink, and a bright, dual aspect. Off the kitchen there is a living room with traditionally styled sash and casement windows and radiator covers, impressive dining & living room with double height, lead lined windows and an incredible fireplace and surround. Off the main hallway on the ground floor there is a very useful utility room which has plumbing for washing machine and dryer and is fully tiled, next there is another small room which is currently used as a bar and further along is a W.C. with high quality white two piece suite. Off the main hallway there is also a separate entrance into the property via double storm doors into an entrance vestibule. Access to the first floor is gained via an incredible staircase with traditionally styled bannister and balustrade. Light streams into the property here with a full height, tiered and lead lined window formation. The first floor accommodation comprises a long hallway with access off to all main rooms, master bedroom with traditional sash and casement windows and panelling with access off into a spacious en-suite bathroom with high quality W.C, wash hand basin, separate walk-in shower and standalone bath. The accommodation further comprises a second double sized bedroom with sash and casement windows and traditional panelling and a W.C. off. Additionally there is a third bedroom on the first floor along with a family bathroom which is partially tiled and benefits from a high quality wash hand basin, W.C. and bath. The accommodation is continued on the second floor with a spacious landing which could be utilised as a study / office space, a fourth bedroom which could be enjoyed by guests and also has impressive integrated wardrobes off as well as access into the eaves for excellent additional storage. There is also a hugely impressive sky parlour on the second floor which stretches to over 34ft in length and gives access out to a balcony which enjoys some of the finest views to be found anywhere in Glasgow. The incredible property benefits from a host of impressive, traditional fitments and finishing's including solid wood doors, frames and skirtings as well as high quality handles, floor coverings and traditional features. Additionally there is a shared basement offering sizeable amounts of additional storage as well as a shared garage and communal gardens. There is also a totally private garden for this property that can be accessed directly from it with a lawned area as well as mature trees and bushes. it is incredibly impressive in terms of size and puts the gardens of many detached properties to shame. Pollokshields is one of the most popular areas anywhere in the West of Scotland. The combination of amenities and transport links are second to none. There is a particularly impressive range of restaurants, bars and cafes in Pollokshields itself as well as nearby Strathbungo and Shawlands

  • Type House

Beneffrey was designed by architect William Hunter McNab for John Anderson and is one of the most striking Edwardian villas to be found anywhere in Pollokshields. This hugely impressive conversion, over three levels, provides the opportunity for someone to acquire a truly unique home. With this building having been converted in the late 1990s, this is the first time in this particular property's history that it has been on the open market since its conversion. Set on a substantial plot, access is gained via a winding driveway around to the rear of the property where this is situated. The property is entered via a private entrance into a dining sized kitchen with a range of base and wall mounted units and traditionally styled kitchen doors, handles and porcelain sink, and a bright, dual aspect. Off the kitchen there is a living room with traditionally styled sash and casement windows and radiator covers, impressive dining & living room with double height, lead lined windows and an incredible fireplace and surround. Off the main hallway on the ground floor there is a very useful utility room which has plumbing for washing machine and dryer and is fully tiled, next there is another small room which is currently used as a bar and further along is a W.C. with high quality white two piece suite. Off the main hallway there is also a separate entrance into the property via double storm doors into an entrance vestibule. Access to the first floor is gained via an incredible staircase with traditionally styled bannister and balustrade. Light streams into the property here with a full height, tiered and lead lined window formation. The first floor accommodation comprises a long hallway with access off to all main rooms, master bedroom with traditional sash and casement windows and panelling with access off into a spacious en-suite bathroom with high quality W.C, wash hand basin, separate walk-in shower and standalone bath. The accommodation further comprises a second double sized bedroom with sash and casement windows and traditional panelling and a W.C. off. Additionally there is a third bedroom on the first floor along with a family bathroom which is partially tiled and benefits from a high quality wash hand basin, W.C. and bath. The accommodation is continued on the second floor with a spacious landing which could be utilised as a study / office space, a fourth bedroom which could be enjoyed by guests and also has impressive integrated wardrobes off as well as access into the eaves for excellent additional storage. There is also a hugely impressive sky parlour on the second floor which stretches to over 34ft in length and gives access out to a balcony which enjoys some of the finest views to be found anywhere in Glasgow. The incredible property benefits from a host of impressive, traditional fitments and finishing's including solid wood doors, frames and skirtings as well as high quality handles, floor coverings and traditional features. Additionally there is a shared basement offering sizeable amounts of additional storage as well as a shared garage and communal gardens. There is also a totally private garden for this property that can be accessed directly from it with a lawned area as well as mature trees and bushes. it is incredibly impressive in terms of size and puts the gardens of many detached properties to shame. Pollokshields is one of the most popular areas anywhere in the West of Scotland. The combination of amenities and transport links are second to none. There is a particularly impressive range of restaurants, bars and cafes in Pollokshields itself as well as nearby Strathbungo and Shawlands

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