3 Bedroom house

Hillfoot Avenue, Bearsden, G61

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

A well maintained traditional pre-war, brick built, semi detached villa, by W.S. Gordon, in the Hillfoot district of Bearsden. Hillfoot Avenue is a particularly quiet little avenue, with the house sitting amidst a pleasant garden that enjoys a westerly aspect to the rear to capture the afternoon and evening sun. The property is finished in Dorset Pea render underneath a pitched and tiled roof, with UPVC framed double glazed windows and a gas central heating system that had the boiler recently renewed (approximately two to three years ago) with a Vokera Compact 29A combination boiler. Originally a five-apartment property, the key change in this house is the creation of a far more useable open-plan kitchen to dining room - very much the space young couples and families seek. The traditional features of the gorgeous Oregon pine internal doors have been retained, together with a mahogany fire surround with original tile inlay and hearth in the master bedroom upstairs that is augmented by a fine limestone fireplace in the main lounge which has a polished cast-iron fire inset with slate inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire. Kitchen units are by Ikea in beech, striking a smart contemporary tone, and incorporate a peninsula unit between the working area of the kitchen and the dining room, into which is set a Smeg four burner gas hob and a brand new Smeg oven (cream colour). There is space for other appliances. The bathroom is fully tiled and there is a three-piece white suite with a thermostatic shower set over the bath. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise entrance vestibule with double storm doors and a quarry tiled floor. A fifteen-pane panelled inner door opens to the reception hall with staircase and a small under stairs storage cupboard. The lounge is bay windowed, has the aforementioned fireplace and a fitted cupboard press. The open-plan kitchen and dining room enjoys a double aspect with windows to rear and side and a double-glazed glass panelled back door, with the kitchen having low voltage lighting set into the ceiling. The beech kitchen units are offset by a grey granite style worksurface and, within the kitchen, there is space for a washing machine, fridge freezer and a slimline dishwasher. There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard. Upstairs, the staircase ascends to the first-floor hall which has a side window and a hatch to the property's large attic (storage only). There are three bedrooms on this level - the master bedroom is a bay windowed room with the original fireplace and a press storage cupboard. Bedroom two is another double bedroom with a nice outlook over the back garden, with bedroom three a small single for children. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom with its stone coloured floor tile and a white "block" wall tile (to full height), with low voltage lighting set into the ceiling. Decoratively, the house is presented in a neutral tone and has floor coverings that include quarry tiling in the entrance vestibule and ceramic tiling in the bathroom, pine boards in hall and lounge and a grey slate style laminate in the kitchen and dining room. A biscuit coloured carpet leads up the staircase and into the three bedrooms. Outside, the property, rather usefully, has a head height extensive cellar space (door on the rear elevation) in which the boiler is located and where there is a water tap and light. The cellar provides extension option (subject to permissions) There is an old detached timber garage (single). The front garden has a grey brick garden wall to the pavement and driveway gates opening to a short driveway with pathway to the front door and down the side of the house. There is a square section of grass to the front with a central rose and a shrubbery to the side. A hedge divides the boundary from number 10 to number 12. The rear garden is westerly facing and has a very smart timber deck built across the back of the hous

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

A well maintained traditional pre-war, brick built, semi detached villa, by W.S. Gordon, in the Hillfoot district of Bearsden. Hillfoot Avenue is a particularly quiet little avenue, with the house sitting amidst a pleasant garden that enjoys a westerly aspect to the rear to capture the afternoon and evening sun. The property is finished in Dorset Pea render underneath a pitched and tiled roof, with UPVC framed double glazed windows and a gas central heating system that had the boiler recently renewed (approximately two to three years ago) with a Vokera Compact 29A combination boiler. Originally a five-apartment property, the key change in this house is the creation of a far more useable open-plan kitchen to dining room - very much the space young couples and families seek. The traditional features of the gorgeous Oregon pine internal doors have been retained, together with a mahogany fire surround with original tile inlay and hearth in the master bedroom upstairs that is augmented by a fine limestone fireplace in the main lounge which has a polished cast-iron fire inset with slate inlay and hearth and a Living Flame coal effect gas fire. Kitchen units are by Ikea in beech, striking a smart contemporary tone, and incorporate a peninsula unit between the working area of the kitchen and the dining room, into which is set a Smeg four burner gas hob and a brand new Smeg oven (cream colour). There is space for other appliances. The bathroom is fully tiled and there is a three-piece white suite with a thermostatic shower set over the bath. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise entrance vestibule with double storm doors and a quarry tiled floor. A fifteen-pane panelled inner door opens to the reception hall with staircase and a small under stairs storage cupboard. The lounge is bay windowed, has the aforementioned fireplace and a fitted cupboard press. The open-plan kitchen and dining room enjoys a double aspect with windows to rear and side and a double-glazed glass panelled back door, with the kitchen having low voltage lighting set into the ceiling. The beech kitchen units are offset by a grey granite style worksurface and, within the kitchen, there is space for a washing machine, fridge freezer and a slimline dishwasher. There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard. Upstairs, the staircase ascends to the first-floor hall which has a side window and a hatch to the property's large attic (storage only). There are three bedrooms on this level - the master bedroom is a bay windowed room with the original fireplace and a press storage cupboard. Bedroom two is another double bedroom with a nice outlook over the back garden, with bedroom three a small single for children. Completing the accommodation is the bathroom with its stone coloured floor tile and a white "block" wall tile (to full height), with low voltage lighting set into the ceiling. Decoratively, the house is presented in a neutral tone and has floor coverings that include quarry tiling in the entrance vestibule and ceramic tiling in the bathroom, pine boards in hall and lounge and a grey slate style laminate in the kitchen and dining room. A biscuit coloured carpet leads up the staircase and into the three bedrooms. Outside, the property, rather usefully, has a head height extensive cellar space (door on the rear elevation) in which the boiler is located and where there is a water tap and light. The cellar provides extension option (subject to permissions) There is an old detached timber garage (single). The front garden has a grey brick garden wall to the pavement and driveway gates opening to a short driveway with pathway to the front door and down the side of the house. There is a square section of grass to the front with a central rose and a shrubbery to the side. A hedge divides the boundary from number 10 to number 12. The rear garden is westerly facing and has a very smart timber deck built across the back of the hous

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