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3 Bedroom house

Mosshead Road, Bearsden, G61

Offers over £325,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

360 IMMERSIVE TOUR AND HD VIDEO AVAILABLE https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=BZRnHMTEPTb https://vimeo.com/429251708 The properties built in the 1930's by John MacDonald within the Burnbrae district remain amongst Bearsden's most admired. Whether they are stone fronted or white render finished (as is the case with 46 Mosshead Road), they are well built and well-proportioned five apartment homes of some style. This property is a particularly good one, with replacement double glazed windows and a modern gas central heating system and, as clients will notice from the photographs herein, there is a quality fitted kitchen with solid granite worktops and a very smartly equipped and fitted family bathroom with a contemporary suite. Decoratively, a calm neutral palette has been employed, with floor coverings including solid oak in the hall, lounge and dining room, self-coloured carpets in the bedrooms and tiling in the kitchen and bathroom. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise entrance porch, a welcoming reception hall, which is a good width and with under stairs storage cupboard and hall window. There is then a well-proportioned bay windowed lounge with a pine fireplace at the focal point of the room with an Art Nouveau reproduction style fireplace inset with Living Flame coal effect gas fire. To the side of the fire is a display alcove with bookshelves. Separately, there is a formal dining room, which, like the lounge, is proportioned along traditional lines, with plenty of space for a large dining suite. The kitchen is galley style in arrangement and, therefore, is a good working kitchen and has a range of beech style units with solid black work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances, including oven, hob and hood. The kitchen has a double aspect with windows to side and rear and a timber and glass panelled back door onto the rear garden. Upstairs, a single flight staircase ascends to the upper hall which has window, two storage cupboards and a hatch with pull-down ladder to an insulated attic. There are three bedrooms on this first floor level, including two large doubles and a third single/nursery bedroom. They are serviced by a very smartly fitted contemporary three-piece bathroom with designer w.h.b. set on a vanity stand, w.c. and a "shower bath" with thermostatic shower set over the bath. Many similar properties within the development have taken advantage of the roof space in these properties to create an additional bedroom and this, too, is possible with this house, subject, of course, to obtaining the necessary planning consents and approvals. The property's windows are double glazed with replacement UPVC units and the gas central heating has a Worcester combination boiler that was renewed in 2015.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

360 IMMERSIVE TOUR AND HD VIDEO AVAILABLE https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=BZRnHMTEPTb https://vimeo.com/429251708 The properties built in the 1930's by John MacDonald within the Burnbrae district remain amongst Bearsden's most admired. Whether they are stone fronted or white render finished (as is the case with 46 Mosshead Road), they are well built and well-proportioned five apartment homes of some style. This property is a particularly good one, with replacement double glazed windows and a modern gas central heating system and, as clients will notice from the photographs herein, there is a quality fitted kitchen with solid granite worktops and a very smartly equipped and fitted family bathroom with a contemporary suite. Decoratively, a calm neutral palette has been employed, with floor coverings including solid oak in the hall, lounge and dining room, self-coloured carpets in the bedrooms and tiling in the kitchen and bathroom. In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise entrance porch, a welcoming reception hall, which is a good width and with under stairs storage cupboard and hall window. There is then a well-proportioned bay windowed lounge with a pine fireplace at the focal point of the room with an Art Nouveau reproduction style fireplace inset with Living Flame coal effect gas fire. To the side of the fire is a display alcove with bookshelves. Separately, there is a formal dining room, which, like the lounge, is proportioned along traditional lines, with plenty of space for a large dining suite. The kitchen is galley style in arrangement and, therefore, is a good working kitchen and has a range of beech style units with solid black work surfaces and a range of integrated appliances, including oven, hob and hood. The kitchen has a double aspect with windows to side and rear and a timber and glass panelled back door onto the rear garden. Upstairs, a single flight staircase ascends to the upper hall which has window, two storage cupboards and a hatch with pull-down ladder to an insulated attic. There are three bedrooms on this first floor level, including two large doubles and a third single/nursery bedroom. They are serviced by a very smartly fitted contemporary three-piece bathroom with designer w.h.b. set on a vanity stand, w.c. and a "shower bath" with thermostatic shower set over the bath. Many similar properties within the development have taken advantage of the roof space in these properties to create an additional bedroom and this, too, is possible with this house, subject, of course, to obtaining the necessary planning consents and approvals. The property's windows are double glazed with replacement UPVC units and the gas central heating has a Worcester combination boiler that was renewed in 2015.

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