3 Bedroom house

Erskine Road, Giffnock, Glasgow, G46

Offers over £495,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1345

A stunning traditional stone fronted bungalow built in the late 1920's constructed of stone front with brick and white roughcast under a pitched rosemary tile roof. The property itself dates to the Art Deco period and retains many original features, mostly notably is beautiful stained glass port windows and magnificent stained glass cupula the main feature of the reception hallway. It is rare to find in Whitecraigs a bungalow that has been undeveloped and therefore this should have a broad appeal to the market given its prized Whitecraigs address. The property lends itself to further development subject to relevant Planning Consents, and is situated in a sizeable predominantly level plot. The property itself has been within our Client's ownership over the last 40 years and comprises in full of an entrance porch into a very welcoming reception hallway with two storage cupboards and stunning stained glass cupula. There is a formal lounge with bay window and two stained glass port windows to the side as well as a fire surround at its focal point and parquet flooring. There is a further formal dining room, again with stained glass port windows and a door that opens up onto a purpose built decked area. There is a modern kitchen with a host of wall and floor mounted units and integrated appliances as well as under-unit lighting, with the kitchen in turn opening up onto a rear porch and the rear porch giving access to the garden. There is a very modern bathroom with three piece white contemporary suite as well as separate shower cubicle with thermostatic fittings, there is also a beautiful large original stained glass port window within the bathroom. The accommodation within the house is completed by three good sized bedrooms, the master benefits from a bay window and bedroom two has double windows overlooking the rear garden. In addition the property has timber sash and casement windows and gas central heating. From the kitchen, a loft hatch with Slingsby ladder gives access into a sizeable roof space. To the outside of the property there are generous gardens to the front and rear. The rear garden is predominantly level and has cobbled and pathed pathways as well as lawned areas, mature trees, hedging and fencing on the periphery. The rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy. To the front there is a further lawned area as well as retaining wall and laurel hedge on the periphery. Gate posts with wrought iron gates give access to a driveway to provide multiple off street parking and lead to an attached original garage. Please note: we are required under the Estate Agents Act 1979, and the provision of information regulations 1991, to point out that the client we are acting for on the sale of this property is a ''connected person' as defined by the act.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1345

A stunning traditional stone fronted bungalow built in the late 1920's constructed of stone front with brick and white roughcast under a pitched rosemary tile roof. The property itself dates to the Art Deco period and retains many original features, mostly notably is beautiful stained glass port windows and magnificent stained glass cupula the main feature of the reception hallway. It is rare to find in Whitecraigs a bungalow that has been undeveloped and therefore this should have a broad appeal to the market given its prized Whitecraigs address. The property lends itself to further development subject to relevant Planning Consents, and is situated in a sizeable predominantly level plot. The property itself has been within our Client's ownership over the last 40 years and comprises in full of an entrance porch into a very welcoming reception hallway with two storage cupboards and stunning stained glass cupula. There is a formal lounge with bay window and two stained glass port windows to the side as well as a fire surround at its focal point and parquet flooring. There is a further formal dining room, again with stained glass port windows and a door that opens up onto a purpose built decked area. There is a modern kitchen with a host of wall and floor mounted units and integrated appliances as well as under-unit lighting, with the kitchen in turn opening up onto a rear porch and the rear porch giving access to the garden. There is a very modern bathroom with three piece white contemporary suite as well as separate shower cubicle with thermostatic fittings, there is also a beautiful large original stained glass port window within the bathroom. The accommodation within the house is completed by three good sized bedrooms, the master benefits from a bay window and bedroom two has double windows overlooking the rear garden. In addition the property has timber sash and casement windows and gas central heating. From the kitchen, a loft hatch with Slingsby ladder gives access into a sizeable roof space. To the outside of the property there are generous gardens to the front and rear. The rear garden is predominantly level and has cobbled and pathed pathways as well as lawned areas, mature trees, hedging and fencing on the periphery. The rear garden enjoys a high degree of privacy. To the front there is a further lawned area as well as retaining wall and laurel hedge on the periphery. Gate posts with wrought iron gates give access to a driveway to provide multiple off street parking and lead to an attached original garage. Please note: we are required under the Estate Agents Act 1979, and the provision of information regulations 1991, to point out that the client we are acting for on the sale of this property is a ''connected person' as defined by the act.

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