4 Bedroom house

Queensberry Avenue, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

Offers over £325,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A modern four bedroomed detached home with two public rooms and conservatory, in the Mosshead district of Bearsden. It sits amidst a really good-sized garden (lying mainly to the rear) and backs onto farmland. The property would originally have been a smaller home, built in the 1970's, that has been extended both to the rear and to the sides to provide the all-on-the-level property here, offering some 1895 sq. ft. of accommodation. It is fair to highlight that, in terms of décor, finish and specification, the property is somewhat, if not largely, dated, albeit the main bathroom is essentially new. There are some modern UPVC double glazed windows (conservatory, bathroom, bedroom two and the door/screens to the entrance porch) and there is a gas central heating system where the boiler was replaced in 2011 with a Baxi Solo 24HE system boiler. The garage has a remote-controlled electric door. As a home, it would accommodate a family, with the draw of the Mosshead district, undoubtedly being its wonderful local primary school (Mosshead Primary), which is not far away, and for the secondary catchment of Bearsden Academy, nearby at Courhill. In addition, the newly opened premises of St. Nicholas' Primary are beside Bearsden Academy on Duntocher Road. It will, too, suit couples looking for an easy to run all-on-the-level property and maybe, particularly so, those seeking to downsize for retirement/semi-retirement. As well as backing onto the farmland, the property is just around the corner from the park at Heather Avenue and is about half a mile or so away from the local beauty spot of Kilmardinny Loch and its surrounding woodland. On nearby Stockiemuir Avenue is an excellent, Co-op convenience store, with Bearsden Cross just under a mile or so to the south where there are the main amenities of the suburb. In terms of accommodation, clients can refer to the floorplan but, in summary, the property provides entrance vestibule with a tiled floor. Reception hallway with two double width storage cupboards, a single width airing cupboard and a hatch to an attic. Spacious lounge with a four framed oriel window to the front and a brick fireplace with Living Flame gas fire (not tested, no warranty given). Dining room with aluminium framed patio doors to the rear garden and with double internal doors opening into the conservatory. The conservatory is a good size, is glazed around all but one wall and has French doors leading also onto the rear garden. The kitchen is of a size that will accommodate table and chairs and it has an older range of oak style cupboard units, at counter height and at eyelevel, and with some appliances. In-all-likelihood, a purchaser would be looking to refit and modernise the kitchen. Good sized utility room with windows to rear and side and door to the back garden, two bowl stainless steel sink with drainer and storage cupboards below. There are four bedrooms, including two good-sized double bedrooms, a third smaller sized double and a fourth single. These are serviced by the, essentially new, main bathroom which has a four-piece suite with w.c., w.h.b., bath and a corner shower enclosure in which there is a thermostatic shower with both a fixed deluge showerhead and a further handheld showerhead. Heated chrome towel rail. Completing the accommodation is the shower room which has a pale blue coloured suite with w.c., w.h.b. and a shower enclosure with an electric Mira shower. White heated towel rail. Windows in the house are mainly double glazed, many of which, however, are timber framed and mostly pine (bedrooms one, three and four, along with the kitchen and utility room). The lounge window is hardwood, patio doors in the dining room are aluminium framed and elsewhere is as detailed earlier, UPVC. Outbuildings for the property include, to the side of the house, a double sized garage with power and light installed and a remote-controlled door and an additional courtesy door

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A modern four bedroomed detached home with two public rooms and conservatory, in the Mosshead district of Bearsden. It sits amidst a really good-sized garden (lying mainly to the rear) and backs onto farmland. The property would originally have been a smaller home, built in the 1970's, that has been extended both to the rear and to the sides to provide the all-on-the-level property here, offering some 1895 sq. ft. of accommodation. It is fair to highlight that, in terms of décor, finish and specification, the property is somewhat, if not largely, dated, albeit the main bathroom is essentially new. There are some modern UPVC double glazed windows (conservatory, bathroom, bedroom two and the door/screens to the entrance porch) and there is a gas central heating system where the boiler was replaced in 2011 with a Baxi Solo 24HE system boiler. The garage has a remote-controlled electric door. As a home, it would accommodate a family, with the draw of the Mosshead district, undoubtedly being its wonderful local primary school (Mosshead Primary), which is not far away, and for the secondary catchment of Bearsden Academy, nearby at Courhill. In addition, the newly opened premises of St. Nicholas' Primary are beside Bearsden Academy on Duntocher Road. It will, too, suit couples looking for an easy to run all-on-the-level property and maybe, particularly so, those seeking to downsize for retirement/semi-retirement. As well as backing onto the farmland, the property is just around the corner from the park at Heather Avenue and is about half a mile or so away from the local beauty spot of Kilmardinny Loch and its surrounding woodland. On nearby Stockiemuir Avenue is an excellent, Co-op convenience store, with Bearsden Cross just under a mile or so to the south where there are the main amenities of the suburb. In terms of accommodation, clients can refer to the floorplan but, in summary, the property provides entrance vestibule with a tiled floor. Reception hallway with two double width storage cupboards, a single width airing cupboard and a hatch to an attic. Spacious lounge with a four framed oriel window to the front and a brick fireplace with Living Flame gas fire (not tested, no warranty given). Dining room with aluminium framed patio doors to the rear garden and with double internal doors opening into the conservatory. The conservatory is a good size, is glazed around all but one wall and has French doors leading also onto the rear garden. The kitchen is of a size that will accommodate table and chairs and it has an older range of oak style cupboard units, at counter height and at eyelevel, and with some appliances. In-all-likelihood, a purchaser would be looking to refit and modernise the kitchen. Good sized utility room with windows to rear and side and door to the back garden, two bowl stainless steel sink with drainer and storage cupboards below. There are four bedrooms, including two good-sized double bedrooms, a third smaller sized double and a fourth single. These are serviced by the, essentially new, main bathroom which has a four-piece suite with w.c., w.h.b., bath and a corner shower enclosure in which there is a thermostatic shower with both a fixed deluge showerhead and a further handheld showerhead. Heated chrome towel rail. Completing the accommodation is the shower room which has a pale blue coloured suite with w.c., w.h.b. and a shower enclosure with an electric Mira shower. White heated towel rail. Windows in the house are mainly double glazed, many of which, however, are timber framed and mostly pine (bedrooms one, three and four, along with the kitchen and utility room). The lounge window is hardwood, patio doors in the dining room are aluminium framed and elsewhere is as detailed earlier, UPVC. Outbuildings for the property include, to the side of the house, a double sized garage with power and light installed and a remote-controlled door and an additional courtesy door

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