4 Bedroom house

Campbell Drive, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £650,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

A four bedroomed stone semi-detached villa, late Victorian, of high quality and space (some 2138 sq ft), including a stunning kitchen extension with a truly superlative handmade fitted kitchen, by Burndale of Bridge of Weir. A simply wonderful piece of craftsman cabinetry work and design. The kitchen and the extension, which has contemporary bi-fold doors to a south and west facing garden, has a vaulted ceiling, into which is set two large Velux rooflights, was completed in 2017 and was the final piece of a comprehensive refurbishment programme of the home that included, in 2015, the re-plastering of all walls (and most ceilings), redecoration, the reroofing of the house (in slate), a new bathroom and cloakroom/toilet and, by a previous owner, the installation of modern UPVC framed sash and casement double glazed windows (2011) and, we understand, rewiring of the property circa. 2010. Our clients had a modern gas central heating system installed with a Worcester Greenstar 30si combination boiler (maintained under contract by Scottish Gas) and, at the same time, had the fine limestone fireplace, with its Living Flame gas fire, installed in the sitting room. In all, this really is quite a special home in terms not only of its specification and condition but also its fantastic location just to the north of Bearsden Cross. You really are living at the heart of it all. In terms of accommodation, please refer to the floorplan herein summarised as follows:- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with storm doors and original tiled floor. A timber/glass door, painted in Farrow & Ball opens to a generous hall, with cupboard, retaining the original plaster cornice. Cloakroom/toilet with tongue and groove painted wall panelling to half height and a modern two-piece white suite (w.c. & w.h.b.). Bay windowed sitting room to the front with the limestone fireplace at its focal point and with a display alcove with shelving. Original ceiling plasterwork, including cornice rose and a picture rail, have been retained. A more informal day-to-day living room with bay window, this time to the side of the property. At the focal point, there is a painted fire surround and, to the side of which, a fitted press. Again, cornice rose and picture rail retained. Dining/family room - featuring two side windows and a display alcove, this room is set on an open-plan basis to the home's superb extension. Here the kitchen is truly a fantastic space with its pitched/vaulted high ceiling, into which is set the two Velux rooflights, and, to the westerly side, broad bi-fold doors (coated aluminium) opening onto a lovely south and west facing sun terrace. There is an additional aluminium framed window to the north. The kitchen really has been beautifully made with bespoke cabinetry work with dovetail joints all hand-painted in Farrow & Ball (as such, the paint colour of the kitchen can be changed at any time). There are extensive drawers and cupboard units plus the feature of two superb, double width, larder units, internally fitted with shelves and drawers and with a worksurface in Brazilian Dolomite marble. As clients will see from the photographs, the kitchen features a large central island which, along with the worksurfaces, is beautifully finished in Brazilian Dolomite marble and into which is set a two bowl Belfast sink with an "aged brass" mixer tap by Perrin & Rowe. A dining bar area for three people has been integrated into the island and, below this at knee level, some useful additional storage and, to either side of this area, two glass fronted wine coolers by Caple. Additional appliances include a black Rangemaster stove with five burner gas hob and a hotplate gridle, above which is a flush-fitted extractor hood (externally vented) by Fisher & Paykel.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

A four bedroomed stone semi-detached villa, late Victorian, of high quality and space (some 2138 sq ft), including a stunning kitchen extension with a truly superlative handmade fitted kitchen, by Burndale of Bridge of Weir. A simply wonderful piece of craftsman cabinetry work and design. The kitchen and the extension, which has contemporary bi-fold doors to a south and west facing garden, has a vaulted ceiling, into which is set two large Velux rooflights, was completed in 2017 and was the final piece of a comprehensive refurbishment programme of the home that included, in 2015, the re-plastering of all walls (and most ceilings), redecoration, the reroofing of the house (in slate), a new bathroom and cloakroom/toilet and, by a previous owner, the installation of modern UPVC framed sash and casement double glazed windows (2011) and, we understand, rewiring of the property circa. 2010. Our clients had a modern gas central heating system installed with a Worcester Greenstar 30si combination boiler (maintained under contract by Scottish Gas) and, at the same time, had the fine limestone fireplace, with its Living Flame gas fire, installed in the sitting room. In all, this really is quite a special home in terms not only of its specification and condition but also its fantastic location just to the north of Bearsden Cross. You really are living at the heart of it all. In terms of accommodation, please refer to the floorplan herein summarised as follows:- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with storm doors and original tiled floor. A timber/glass door, painted in Farrow & Ball opens to a generous hall, with cupboard, retaining the original plaster cornice. Cloakroom/toilet with tongue and groove painted wall panelling to half height and a modern two-piece white suite (w.c. & w.h.b.). Bay windowed sitting room to the front with the limestone fireplace at its focal point and with a display alcove with shelving. Original ceiling plasterwork, including cornice rose and a picture rail, have been retained. A more informal day-to-day living room with bay window, this time to the side of the property. At the focal point, there is a painted fire surround and, to the side of which, a fitted press. Again, cornice rose and picture rail retained. Dining/family room - featuring two side windows and a display alcove, this room is set on an open-plan basis to the home's superb extension. Here the kitchen is truly a fantastic space with its pitched/vaulted high ceiling, into which is set the two Velux rooflights, and, to the westerly side, broad bi-fold doors (coated aluminium) opening onto a lovely south and west facing sun terrace. There is an additional aluminium framed window to the north. The kitchen really has been beautifully made with bespoke cabinetry work with dovetail joints all hand-painted in Farrow & Ball (as such, the paint colour of the kitchen can be changed at any time). There are extensive drawers and cupboard units plus the feature of two superb, double width, larder units, internally fitted with shelves and drawers and with a worksurface in Brazilian Dolomite marble. As clients will see from the photographs, the kitchen features a large central island which, along with the worksurfaces, is beautifully finished in Brazilian Dolomite marble and into which is set a two bowl Belfast sink with an "aged brass" mixer tap by Perrin & Rowe. A dining bar area for three people has been integrated into the island and, below this at knee level, some useful additional storage and, to either side of this area, two glass fronted wine coolers by Caple. Additional appliances include a black Rangemaster stove with five burner gas hob and a hotplate gridle, above which is a flush-fitted extractor hood (externally vented) by Fisher & Paykel.

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