4 Bedroom house

Balmoral Drive, Bearsden, G61

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An early post-war detached house, by John Lawrence, of traditional brick cavity construction, located within the Garscube district of Bearsden. The house enjoys a really excellent plot, in a quiet drive, with a particularly sizeable, south facing, rear garden looking onto trees, giving the property a real sense of space and, of course, privacy. In all, it provides seven apartments, two of which are open-plan, with a four bedroomed layout (one downstairs) supported by bathroom, shower room and an additional toilet. Clients will see from the photographs herein that the subjects are somewhat dated in terms of general specification and décor but, that said, the house is double glazed with replacement UPVC windows and doors, by Everest, that were installed mainly in 1992, with the windows in bedrooms three and four in 1993. The Velux windows are timber framed and double glazed (bathroom and toilet). There is a gas central heating system with a Potterton Promax Combi he plus boiler (2009) and, in the lounge, a marble fire surround with a Living Flame coal effect gas fire inset. The property is finished externally in a Dorset Pea render underneath a pitched roof in concrete Marley tile. The front garden has a garden wall, behind which are gravel and cultivated display beds and a section of level grass immediately to the front of the property, with a craze paved stone pathway and a red chip and slabbed driveway that extends up the side of the house for ample off street parking and leading, ultimately, to a detached, brick built, single garage, which has an outside water tap. The rear garden really is large and much bigger than that which is typical and enjoys its south facing aspect. It has a patio across the back of the property and a long area of grass to the rear perimeter, all enclosed by fences, hedge and walls - a truly great spot for those keen on gardening or for children to play in. Subject to planning, it would lend itself readily to the house being extended. In terms of accommodation, this can be summarised as follows:- Ground floor L shaped reception hall with hall cupboard and under stairs storage cupboard, bay windowed lounge with the aforementioned marble fireplace, bay windowed dining room set on an open-plan basis to the lounge and with a hatch to the kitchen, dining sized kitchen (open-plan) that would previously have been two rooms and which features two triple width windows to the rear and a double glazed back door, along with Amtico flooring. Kitchen units are older style of 1970's vintage, by Wrighton International, and includes two stainless steel sinks, a four-burner gas hob plus and additional two ring gas hob, a cooker hood and a double oven. Bedroom one - a double sized bedroom with bay window and with wardrobes fitted with central dresser. Shower room with pink suite, Triton T100si electric shower and heated chrome towel rail. First floor A return-flight staircase leads to the upper floor and, at the turn of the stairs, access to the bathroom which has a Savannah coloured suite with w.c., w.h.b. bidet and a cast iron bath (Velux window) and, separately, a toilet with a powder blue suite and, again, a Velux window. The remaining accommodation includes bedrooms two, three and four, with bedroom two being a large L shaped room with both dormer window to the front and a gable window to the side, has fitted mirrored wardrobes and access into a useful eaves attic space. Bedrooms three and four are both doubles with views over the rear garden via dormer windows and both have storage provision.

  • Type House

An early post-war detached house, by John Lawrence, of traditional brick cavity construction, located within the Garscube district of Bearsden. The house enjoys a really excellent plot, in a quiet drive, with a particularly sizeable, south facing, rear garden looking onto trees, giving the property a real sense of space and, of course, privacy. In all, it provides seven apartments, two of which are open-plan, with a four bedroomed layout (one downstairs) supported by bathroom, shower room and an additional toilet. Clients will see from the photographs herein that the subjects are somewhat dated in terms of general specification and décor but, that said, the house is double glazed with replacement UPVC windows and doors, by Everest, that were installed mainly in 1992, with the windows in bedrooms three and four in 1993. The Velux windows are timber framed and double glazed (bathroom and toilet). There is a gas central heating system with a Potterton Promax Combi he plus boiler (2009) and, in the lounge, a marble fire surround with a Living Flame coal effect gas fire inset. The property is finished externally in a Dorset Pea render underneath a pitched roof in concrete Marley tile. The front garden has a garden wall, behind which are gravel and cultivated display beds and a section of level grass immediately to the front of the property, with a craze paved stone pathway and a red chip and slabbed driveway that extends up the side of the house for ample off street parking and leading, ultimately, to a detached, brick built, single garage, which has an outside water tap. The rear garden really is large and much bigger than that which is typical and enjoys its south facing aspect. It has a patio across the back of the property and a long area of grass to the rear perimeter, all enclosed by fences, hedge and walls - a truly great spot for those keen on gardening or for children to play in. Subject to planning, it would lend itself readily to the house being extended. In terms of accommodation, this can be summarised as follows:- Ground floor L shaped reception hall with hall cupboard and under stairs storage cupboard, bay windowed lounge with the aforementioned marble fireplace, bay windowed dining room set on an open-plan basis to the lounge and with a hatch to the kitchen, dining sized kitchen (open-plan) that would previously have been two rooms and which features two triple width windows to the rear and a double glazed back door, along with Amtico flooring. Kitchen units are older style of 1970's vintage, by Wrighton International, and includes two stainless steel sinks, a four-burner gas hob plus and additional two ring gas hob, a cooker hood and a double oven. Bedroom one - a double sized bedroom with bay window and with wardrobes fitted with central dresser. Shower room with pink suite, Triton T100si electric shower and heated chrome towel rail. First floor A return-flight staircase leads to the upper floor and, at the turn of the stairs, access to the bathroom which has a Savannah coloured suite with w.c., w.h.b. bidet and a cast iron bath (Velux window) and, separately, a toilet with a powder blue suite and, again, a Velux window. The remaining accommodation includes bedrooms two, three and four, with bedroom two being a large L shaped room with both dormer window to the front and a gable window to the side, has fitted mirrored wardrobes and access into a useful eaves attic space. Bedrooms three and four are both doubles with views over the rear garden via dormer windows and both have storage provision.

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