5 Bedroom house

Camstradden Drive East, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

Offers over £895,000

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A magnificent family home, c.4,140 sq.ft. formed over two levels, Pinehurst is one of Bearsden's most significant period homes by the Glasgow architect William Hunter McNab - former practice partner for the perhaps more famous, William Leiper. Wonderful original features are retained including wood panelling, doors with the period brass fittings, fireplaces, plasterwork and leaded windows to augment more contemporary features such as the bespoke Italian dining kitchen and utility room and the modern white sanitary ware in the two shower rooms, the family bathroom and the recently upgraded gas central heating and hot water system. There is an alarm. Set in a very established, generous and private garden the house has a large detached triple garage and the design of the property incorporates a significant basement area running the full width and depth of the house. In summary the accommodation comprises: Charming entrance porch, vestibule, grand lounge hall, a wood panelled east wing with drawing room, family room and magnificent barrel vaulted dining room, dining kitchen, utility and rear porch. The west wing leads to four large double bedrooms, all with bay windows and 3 with fireplaces, a luxuriously equipped and fitted four-piece family bathroom and a separate three-piece modern fitted family shower room. Bedroom five is a self-contained suite on the first floor with large double bedroom and adjacent three piece shower room with contemporary white suite. A truly magnificent period property and one of the most architecturally significant in Bearsden.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

A magnificent family home, c.4,140 sq.ft. formed over two levels, Pinehurst is one of Bearsden's most significant period homes by the Glasgow architect William Hunter McNab - former practice partner for the perhaps more famous, William Leiper. Wonderful original features are retained including wood panelling, doors with the period brass fittings, fireplaces, plasterwork and leaded windows to augment more contemporary features such as the bespoke Italian dining kitchen and utility room and the modern white sanitary ware in the two shower rooms, the family bathroom and the recently upgraded gas central heating and hot water system. There is an alarm. Set in a very established, generous and private garden the house has a large detached triple garage and the design of the property incorporates a significant basement area running the full width and depth of the house. In summary the accommodation comprises: Charming entrance porch, vestibule, grand lounge hall, a wood panelled east wing with drawing room, family room and magnificent barrel vaulted dining room, dining kitchen, utility and rear porch. The west wing leads to four large double bedrooms, all with bay windows and 3 with fireplaces, a luxuriously equipped and fitted four-piece family bathroom and a separate three-piece modern fitted family shower room. Bedroom five is a self-contained suite on the first floor with large double bedroom and adjacent three piece shower room with contemporary white suite. A truly magnificent period property and one of the most architecturally significant in Bearsden.

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