3 Bedroom house

Breadie Drive, Milngavie, G62

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

An early post-war three bedroomed detached house, by John Lawrence, located within the Nethermains district, a popular area that is handy for the village centre and the local primary school, Craigdhu Primary. The house is configured as three bedrooms and two/three public rooms, the living room and dining room arranged on an open-plan basis. It has a kitchen with oak units, and integral/included appliances, and, in addition to a ground floor "wet room" (formally a bathroom), there is a modern shower room en-suite to the master bedroom. The house, whilst a little dated in terms of general décor/presentation, has been well kept and includes a mains gas central heating system where the boiler was renewed in April, 2018, with an efficient Worcester Greenstar 38CDi condensing boiler. Windows and external doors are all double glazed and the house is alarmed (under a maintenance contract with CSS). To the side of the house is a carport, beyond which is a brick-built detached single garage with an electric remote controlled garage door, by Hormann (promatic model). As a house, it will provide a fine family home but, given that much of the accommodation is on the ground floor, it may, too, find favour with couples looking to downsize. In terms of accommodation, it comprises:- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with terrazzo tiled floor and double-glazed screens with siding door for access. Reception hall. Spacious lounge with corner window arrangement and a Fyfe stone-built fireplace with a Living Flame coal effect gas fire. Living room on an open-plan arrangement to the dining room. The kitchen with oak units and a pink granite style worktop with appliances that include halogen hob, filter cooker hood, double oven, freestanding dishwasher and washing machine and a modern stainless-steel style fridge freezer (no warranties are being given on these appliances). Large double bedroom with corner window arrangement to match that of the lounge. Wet room, installed in November 2014, with w.c. and w.h.b. and the shower area with floor drain and an electric shower. First floor Staircase, return-flight, to upper landing/hallway. Master bedroom with broad dormer window to front with fine view towards the horizon of the Campsie Fells and the summit of Dumgoyne. En-suite is the benefit of a modern white shower room (electric shower). Bedroom three, a single bedroom with study area, also featuring a broad dormer window (to the rear). Outside The house has a south facing rear garden. To the front, there are two square shaped rose gardens with paths and a wrought-iron boundary railing to the pavement. Wrought-iron pathway gate with path to the east side of the house. To the west, there is a long slab and red chip gravel drive leading, initially, to a carport and then to the garage. The rear garden has a patio, rose beds and borders, an area of lawn and is enclosed by fences, gate and walls, with a dense conifer screen to the rear boundary for privacy. Timber shed, aluminium greenhouse, detached single garage with pitched roof and its electrically controlled door. Situation The property is within an area that, traditionally, has proved very popular and sought after. It is handily placed for the village centre (just over half a mile away) and is not far from the local primary school of Craigdhu, with secondary provision at the superb facilities of Douglas Academy. Close by, at the foot of Nethermains Road, is a super Waitrose store and in Milngavie village centre precinct, there are the high street names of Boots, Marks & Spencer's (foodhall) and a Tesco. Milngavie also has independent retailers, restaurants, cafes, banks and a large Post Office. Traveling by car to Glasgow's West End and City Centre is well served by good road connections, there are regular bus services and Milngavie has a railway station with four trains an hour into the City Centre, including a service to Edinburgh, Waverley.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

An early post-war three bedroomed detached house, by John Lawrence, located within the Nethermains district, a popular area that is handy for the village centre and the local primary school, Craigdhu Primary. The house is configured as three bedrooms and two/three public rooms, the living room and dining room arranged on an open-plan basis. It has a kitchen with oak units, and integral/included appliances, and, in addition to a ground floor "wet room" (formally a bathroom), there is a modern shower room en-suite to the master bedroom. The house, whilst a little dated in terms of general décor/presentation, has been well kept and includes a mains gas central heating system where the boiler was renewed in April, 2018, with an efficient Worcester Greenstar 38CDi condensing boiler. Windows and external doors are all double glazed and the house is alarmed (under a maintenance contract with CSS). To the side of the house is a carport, beyond which is a brick-built detached single garage with an electric remote controlled garage door, by Hormann (promatic model). As a house, it will provide a fine family home but, given that much of the accommodation is on the ground floor, it may, too, find favour with couples looking to downsize. In terms of accommodation, it comprises:- Ground floor Entrance vestibule with terrazzo tiled floor and double-glazed screens with siding door for access. Reception hall. Spacious lounge with corner window arrangement and a Fyfe stone-built fireplace with a Living Flame coal effect gas fire. Living room on an open-plan arrangement to the dining room. The kitchen with oak units and a pink granite style worktop with appliances that include halogen hob, filter cooker hood, double oven, freestanding dishwasher and washing machine and a modern stainless-steel style fridge freezer (no warranties are being given on these appliances). Large double bedroom with corner window arrangement to match that of the lounge. Wet room, installed in November 2014, with w.c. and w.h.b. and the shower area with floor drain and an electric shower. First floor Staircase, return-flight, to upper landing/hallway. Master bedroom with broad dormer window to front with fine view towards the horizon of the Campsie Fells and the summit of Dumgoyne. En-suite is the benefit of a modern white shower room (electric shower). Bedroom three, a single bedroom with study area, also featuring a broad dormer window (to the rear). Outside The house has a south facing rear garden. To the front, there are two square shaped rose gardens with paths and a wrought-iron boundary railing to the pavement. Wrought-iron pathway gate with path to the east side of the house. To the west, there is a long slab and red chip gravel drive leading, initially, to a carport and then to the garage. The rear garden has a patio, rose beds and borders, an area of lawn and is enclosed by fences, gate and walls, with a dense conifer screen to the rear boundary for privacy. Timber shed, aluminium greenhouse, detached single garage with pitched roof and its electrically controlled door. Situation The property is within an area that, traditionally, has proved very popular and sought after. It is handily placed for the village centre (just over half a mile away) and is not far from the local primary school of Craigdhu, with secondary provision at the superb facilities of Douglas Academy. Close by, at the foot of Nethermains Road, is a super Waitrose store and in Milngavie village centre precinct, there are the high street names of Boots, Marks & Spencer's (foodhall) and a Tesco. Milngavie also has independent retailers, restaurants, cafes, banks and a large Post Office. Traveling by car to Glasgow's West End and City Centre is well served by good road connections, there are regular bus services and Milngavie has a railway station with four trains an hour into the City Centre, including a service to Edinburgh, Waverley.

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