3 Bedroom apartment

Thorn Road, Bearsden, G61

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A superb, and just newly renovated, main door, three bedroomed, upper conversion within this handsome Edwardian detached villa. Situated in the prime Bearsden address of Thorn Road at the end of one of the small cul-de-sacs, the property has its own and really beautiful private garden to the rear of the building that is highly private, very well stocked and planned - a great retreat. The property too has a sun balcony/terrace off the main lounge, accessed via French doors - a terrific spot to enjoy a light lunch or an evening "sundowner". The property has been owned by our clients; family for a number of years and, very recently, has undergone a comprehensive programme of upgrading and modernising to provide the contemporary property seen here. This has included rewiring and replumbing, along with a new central heating system, complete redecoration, including the re-plastering of walls, bespoke made double glazed timber framed windows, a new contemporary style kitchen with area for table and chairs and integrated appliances and a very smart en-suite shower room with oversized shower enclosure to the master bedroom to compliment the rather striking retained original bathroom with its black and green Vitrolite tiling. It really is quite a property, with the accommodation largely and principally falling over the first floor but with a useful floored and lined attic room with Velux window for ancillary use orperhaps just general storage on the second. As a property, it will appeal to individuals and couples, perhaps families too, and is a property of great style and character in one of Bearsden's most desirable locations. As clients will see from the floorplan herein, the overall floor area is generous (some 2067 sq ft) and, in terms of accommodation, specifically comprises :- A private entranceway with external staircase to a glazed entrance porch which, in turn, has a door leading to a large reception hall, which is on a slight split-level arrangement. Off this is a delightful study/T.V. room with window to the side (north), as well as a feature "picture window" to the rear (east) overlooking the property's garden. Bay windowed formal lounge with a painted original period fire surround with slate inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire and with the lounge having the French doors to the sun balcony/terrace. Breakfasting size kitchen with a smart mix of units in white and pale grey and with two windows, to the east, overlooking the garden. There are then three double bedrooms, one of which has an Inglenook (only here are the original single glazed windows retained), with the master suite having the benefit of the new en-suite shower room. A staircase from the main reception hall ascends into the attic area which is a useful room (this has not been upgraded as part of the refurbishment) that has lots of floor space, storage and a Velux window to the east. Strategically, there have been recessed downlighters set into the ceiling in a number of the rooms as part of the rewiring project and also ceiling speakers have been laid to the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom for those who may wish to connect for audio. Outside, as well as the private garden, there is an area of communal ground to the front, shared with the lower conversion, and another detached property to the far southeast corner of the original garden. The custom and practice is for the owners of 21 Thorn Road to park in the area immediately to the left by the property's staircase - plenty of room for everyone and with the benefit of an in and out driveway arrangement.

  • Type Apartment

A superb, and just newly renovated, main door, three bedroomed, upper conversion within this handsome Edwardian detached villa. Situated in the prime Bearsden address of Thorn Road at the end of one of the small cul-de-sacs, the property has its own and really beautiful private garden to the rear of the building that is highly private, very well stocked and planned - a great retreat. The property too has a sun balcony/terrace off the main lounge, accessed via French doors - a terrific spot to enjoy a light lunch or an evening "sundowner". The property has been owned by our clients; family for a number of years and, very recently, has undergone a comprehensive programme of upgrading and modernising to provide the contemporary property seen here. This has included rewiring and replumbing, along with a new central heating system, complete redecoration, including the re-plastering of walls, bespoke made double glazed timber framed windows, a new contemporary style kitchen with area for table and chairs and integrated appliances and a very smart en-suite shower room with oversized shower enclosure to the master bedroom to compliment the rather striking retained original bathroom with its black and green Vitrolite tiling. It really is quite a property, with the accommodation largely and principally falling over the first floor but with a useful floored and lined attic room with Velux window for ancillary use orperhaps just general storage on the second. As a property, it will appeal to individuals and couples, perhaps families too, and is a property of great style and character in one of Bearsden's most desirable locations. As clients will see from the floorplan herein, the overall floor area is generous (some 2067 sq ft) and, in terms of accommodation, specifically comprises :- A private entranceway with external staircase to a glazed entrance porch which, in turn, has a door leading to a large reception hall, which is on a slight split-level arrangement. Off this is a delightful study/T.V. room with window to the side (north), as well as a feature "picture window" to the rear (east) overlooking the property's garden. Bay windowed formal lounge with a painted original period fire surround with slate inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire and with the lounge having the French doors to the sun balcony/terrace. Breakfasting size kitchen with a smart mix of units in white and pale grey and with two windows, to the east, overlooking the garden. There are then three double bedrooms, one of which has an Inglenook (only here are the original single glazed windows retained), with the master suite having the benefit of the new en-suite shower room. A staircase from the main reception hall ascends into the attic area which is a useful room (this has not been upgraded as part of the refurbishment) that has lots of floor space, storage and a Velux window to the east. Strategically, there have been recessed downlighters set into the ceiling in a number of the rooms as part of the rewiring project and also ceiling speakers have been laid to the lounge, kitchen and master bedroom for those who may wish to connect for audio. Outside, as well as the private garden, there is an area of communal ground to the front, shared with the lower conversion, and another detached property to the far southeast corner of the original garden. The custom and practice is for the owners of 21 Thorn Road to park in the area immediately to the left by the property's staircase - plenty of room for everyone and with the benefit of an in and out driveway arrangement.

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