3 Bedroom house

Deepdene Road, Bearsden, G61

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

Situated within the Westerton district of Bearsden, a traditional, pre-war, three bedroomed semi-detached villa, by John Lawrence, with a useful T.V. snug extension. Situated on Deepdene Road, the property is handy for the local railway station at Westerton, Westerton Primary School, the library and the community's tennis club. There is also a useful general store just off Maxwell Avenue. A fine home for the couple or family, the house is set on a level garden and, to the side, has an attached single garage. Windows feature replacement UPVC double glazed units (the exception being the one single glazed window in the T.V. snug and the two garage windows) and there is a gas central heating system with a modern (approximately four years old) Ideal Logic Combi 30 combination boiler. The kitchen, which has a range of traditionally styled maple effect units, is perhaps a little dated but the shower room is very contemporary and modern in design and finished to a high standard with a quality floor and wall tile and a contemporary white suite with w.c. and a w.h.b. set on a vanity unit with a matching "wall hung" toilet cabinet. There is then an oversized shower enclosure with a thermostatically controlled shower with both raindance and handheld showerheads. This property has been proudly owned by our clients for a number of decades and here is an opportunity for the new custodian to acquire the home and to stamp their own particular mark upon it. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise vestibule, reception hall with storage cupboard, lounge with a broad box bay window to the front. Separate formal dining room with window overlooking the rear garden and with an open arch doorway through to the kitchen. The kitchen has the maple style kitchen units with a granite style worktop and appliances include a four-burner gas hob, oven and filter cooker hood. Additionally, there is cupboard housing for a dishwasher and a washing machine. A further open doorway leads through to the T.V. snug extension (believed to date from the 1980's) which is a useful ancillary room with single glazed window to the rear, a back door and with a double width storage cupboard in which the central heating boiler is located. On the first floor, a staircase ascends to the first floor hall where there is a hatch to the attic and a double-glazed gable side window. There are three bedrooms on this level, including a generous, double sized, master with a broad box bay window to the front (to match the lounge below) and then a second double bedroom to the rear of the property and a smaller single, child's bedroom, to the front. Completing the accommodation is the smart shower room. Outside, the front garden is protected from the road by a privet hedge and wrought-iron driveway gates and there is then a further privet hedge down the side of the driveway. The driveway is gravelled, and, to the side of the garage, there is a pathway leading to the rear garden. At the front, there is an area of grass and a rather pretty sheltered gravel sitting area that is west facing for the sun. The rear garden is enclosed by privet hedges, a fence and the neighbouring property's extension. It has a slabbed patio and an area of grass, with some shrubbery in front of the dining room window.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

Situated within the Westerton district of Bearsden, a traditional, pre-war, three bedroomed semi-detached villa, by John Lawrence, with a useful T.V. snug extension. Situated on Deepdene Road, the property is handy for the local railway station at Westerton, Westerton Primary School, the library and the community's tennis club. There is also a useful general store just off Maxwell Avenue. A fine home for the couple or family, the house is set on a level garden and, to the side, has an attached single garage. Windows feature replacement UPVC double glazed units (the exception being the one single glazed window in the T.V. snug and the two garage windows) and there is a gas central heating system with a modern (approximately four years old) Ideal Logic Combi 30 combination boiler. The kitchen, which has a range of traditionally styled maple effect units, is perhaps a little dated but the shower room is very contemporary and modern in design and finished to a high standard with a quality floor and wall tile and a contemporary white suite with w.c. and a w.h.b. set on a vanity unit with a matching "wall hung" toilet cabinet. There is then an oversized shower enclosure with a thermostatically controlled shower with both raindance and handheld showerheads. This property has been proudly owned by our clients for a number of decades and here is an opportunity for the new custodian to acquire the home and to stamp their own particular mark upon it. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise vestibule, reception hall with storage cupboard, lounge with a broad box bay window to the front. Separate formal dining room with window overlooking the rear garden and with an open arch doorway through to the kitchen. The kitchen has the maple style kitchen units with a granite style worktop and appliances include a four-burner gas hob, oven and filter cooker hood. Additionally, there is cupboard housing for a dishwasher and a washing machine. A further open doorway leads through to the T.V. snug extension (believed to date from the 1980's) which is a useful ancillary room with single glazed window to the rear, a back door and with a double width storage cupboard in which the central heating boiler is located. On the first floor, a staircase ascends to the first floor hall where there is a hatch to the attic and a double-glazed gable side window. There are three bedrooms on this level, including a generous, double sized, master with a broad box bay window to the front (to match the lounge below) and then a second double bedroom to the rear of the property and a smaller single, child's bedroom, to the front. Completing the accommodation is the smart shower room. Outside, the front garden is protected from the road by a privet hedge and wrought-iron driveway gates and there is then a further privet hedge down the side of the driveway. The driveway is gravelled, and, to the side of the garage, there is a pathway leading to the rear garden. At the front, there is an area of grass and a rather pretty sheltered gravel sitting area that is west facing for the sun. The rear garden is enclosed by privet hedges, a fence and the neighbouring property's extension. It has a slabbed patio and an area of grass, with some shrubbery in front of the dining room window.

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