3 Bedroom house

Beechwood Court, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £378,000

  • Type House

Beechwood Court is a small and rather intimate development, built in the early 1970's by Bovis Homes, where there are only eighteen three bedroomed luxury flats and a single terrace of eight townhouses. For sale is number 3, a three bedroomed, six/seven apartment, townhouse set over three floors with a modern specification, the result of upgrades over the last decade whereby the kitchen has been refitted, all sanitary ware has been renewed, including quality Travertine tiling and the former garage has been converted to provide a terrific ground floor family/T.V. room, leaving part of the original garage as a bike/garden store. Internal doors were renewed with modern walnut sets, the roof has been recovered and, decoratively, the theme is calm and neutral, with self-coloured carpets, oak and the aforementioned Travertine, along with ceramic tiling in the kitchen. Windows are double glazed, including patio doors in the lounge to a south facing sun balcony. There is a gas central heating system where there is a Vokera Mynute HE boiler with unvented hot water cylinder to give good pressure to the showers and operating through panel radiators. The bathroom, shower room and guest toilet have heated chrome towel rails and, in the family room, an Anthracite grey vertical radiator. There is no radiator in the ground floor toilet. As a home, the property should appeal to individuals, couples and families alike, with Beechwood Court providing a great location just south of Bearsden Railway Station and, of course, Bearsden Cross, the heart of the suburb, and therfore close by most amenities. For those with family, schooling would be at Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy, with Bearsden also providing the newly opened premises of St. Nicholas' Primary on Duntocher Road. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor Covered entrance port and carport, reception hall with store cupboard and double width cloaks cupboard, rear hallway leading to utility room area with back door, toilet (w.c., w.h.b.), family/T.V. room in which there is a cupboard housing the central heating boiler and hot water tank. First floor Hall, guest toilet (w.c., w.h.b.), lounge on an L shaped open-plan basis to dining room. Sun balcony. Kitchen with white high gloss units and chunky oak worksurfaces with stainless steel sink. . Breakfasting bar for two people. The kitchen has smart "brick" white wall tiles. Second floor Hall with skylight window, storage cupboard over the stairhead. Bathroom with three-piece white suite and with powerful thermostatic shower set over the bath. Master bedroom with walk-in dressing closet and an en-suite shower room with an oversized (1,175mm) shower enclosure with a powerful thermostatic shower with fixed deluge showerhead. Two further bedrooms. Outside To the front, there is a monoblock driveway in a herringbone pattern, providing off street parking for two cars, including a covered carport area in front of the bike/garden store. To the side of the driveway, there is a slate gravel bed with shrubs and three driveway. The rear garden is a small courtyard type arrangement that has artificial grass and a deck, with a deck step from the utility room. It is bordered to one side by a 6' high timber fence and to the other side by a low level hedgerow. The rear boundary is defined by a high, smooth rendered, garden wall painted white.

  • Type House

Beechwood Court is a small and rather intimate development, built in the early 1970's by Bovis Homes, where there are only eighteen three bedroomed luxury flats and a single terrace of eight townhouses. For sale is number 3, a three bedroomed, six/seven apartment, townhouse set over three floors with a modern specification, the result of upgrades over the last decade whereby the kitchen has been refitted, all sanitary ware has been renewed, including quality Travertine tiling and the former garage has been converted to provide a terrific ground floor family/T.V. room, leaving part of the original garage as a bike/garden store. Internal doors were renewed with modern walnut sets, the roof has been recovered and, decoratively, the theme is calm and neutral, with self-coloured carpets, oak and the aforementioned Travertine, along with ceramic tiling in the kitchen. Windows are double glazed, including patio doors in the lounge to a south facing sun balcony. There is a gas central heating system where there is a Vokera Mynute HE boiler with unvented hot water cylinder to give good pressure to the showers and operating through panel radiators. The bathroom, shower room and guest toilet have heated chrome towel rails and, in the family room, an Anthracite grey vertical radiator. There is no radiator in the ground floor toilet. As a home, the property should appeal to individuals, couples and families alike, with Beechwood Court providing a great location just south of Bearsden Railway Station and, of course, Bearsden Cross, the heart of the suburb, and therfore close by most amenities. For those with family, schooling would be at Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy, with Bearsden also providing the newly opened premises of St. Nicholas' Primary on Duntocher Road. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise the following:- Ground floor Covered entrance port and carport, reception hall with store cupboard and double width cloaks cupboard, rear hallway leading to utility room area with back door, toilet (w.c., w.h.b.), family/T.V. room in which there is a cupboard housing the central heating boiler and hot water tank. First floor Hall, guest toilet (w.c., w.h.b.), lounge on an L shaped open-plan basis to dining room. Sun balcony. Kitchen with white high gloss units and chunky oak worksurfaces with stainless steel sink. . Breakfasting bar for two people. The kitchen has smart "brick" white wall tiles. Second floor Hall with skylight window, storage cupboard over the stairhead. Bathroom with three-piece white suite and with powerful thermostatic shower set over the bath. Master bedroom with walk-in dressing closet and an en-suite shower room with an oversized (1,175mm) shower enclosure with a powerful thermostatic shower with fixed deluge showerhead. Two further bedrooms. Outside To the front, there is a monoblock driveway in a herringbone pattern, providing off street parking for two cars, including a covered carport area in front of the bike/garden store. To the side of the driveway, there is a slate gravel bed with shrubs and three driveway. The rear garden is a small courtyard type arrangement that has artificial grass and a deck, with a deck step from the utility room. It is bordered to one side by a 6' high timber fence and to the other side by a low level hedgerow. The rear boundary is defined by a high, smooth rendered, garden wall painted white.

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