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1 Bedroom apartment

Schaw Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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Located within the highly regarded Heatherdene development in Bearsden - a small and quite intimate development of only fifty-one retirement flats, built by Alfred McAlpine Homes in 1986, in a wonderful setting amidst the former grounds of Bearsden's iconic building, Schaw House. The sense of independent living is still very much assured in Heatherdene with the residents sharing individual entranceways for four flats only, the development only having flats on ground and first floor level. This low density, low rise design provides a very pleasing and welcoming environment and it has lovely garden grounds of grass and stocked shrubberies that is regularly and very well maintained. It also has a wonderfully convenient location just to the north of Bearsden Cross and, therefore, is ideally placed for accessing the area's excellent shops, services and amenities. In terms of accommodation, the property comprises:- • Residents' entranceway (shared with only three others) with security-controlled door entry phone system. • Reception hall with two very good storage cupboards. • Well proportioned lounge with two windows facing west and enjoying a pleasant open outlook over garden grounds. • Kitchen (with the original units), also facing west. • Double sized bedroom with two windows facing east and two inbuilt wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. • Shower room with oversized shower enclosure and electric shower. The property has had its windows replaced, in recent years, with high quality UPVC double glazed units. Central heating is electric off-peak, operating through storage radiators principally, but with a convector heater in the bedroom and a fan heater and chrome heated towel rail in the shower room. Hot water is via a Heatrae Sadia Megaflo unvented hot water cylinder that is an upgrade to a previous, old fashioned, hot water and cold water storage tank system. Onsite, there is a residents' warden (Monday to Friday mornings up until lunchtime), a residents' lounge for functions and events and a guest bedroom suite for overnight stays (must be pre-booked).

  • Type Apartment
  • Style/Floor Ground floor

Located within the highly regarded Heatherdene development in Bearsden - a small and quite intimate development of only fifty-one retirement flats, built by Alfred McAlpine Homes in 1986, in a wonderful setting amidst the former grounds of Bearsden's iconic building, Schaw House. The sense of independent living is still very much assured in Heatherdene with the residents sharing individual entranceways for four flats only, the development only having flats on ground and first floor level. This low density, low rise design provides a very pleasing and welcoming environment and it has lovely garden grounds of grass and stocked shrubberies that is regularly and very well maintained. It also has a wonderfully convenient location just to the north of Bearsden Cross and, therefore, is ideally placed for accessing the area's excellent shops, services and amenities. In terms of accommodation, the property comprises:- • Residents' entranceway (shared with only three others) with security-controlled door entry phone system. • Reception hall with two very good storage cupboards. • Well proportioned lounge with two windows facing west and enjoying a pleasant open outlook over garden grounds. • Kitchen (with the original units), also facing west. • Double sized bedroom with two windows facing east and two inbuilt wardrobes with sliding mirrored doors. • Shower room with oversized shower enclosure and electric shower. The property has had its windows replaced, in recent years, with high quality UPVC double glazed units. Central heating is electric off-peak, operating through storage radiators principally, but with a convector heater in the bedroom and a fan heater and chrome heated towel rail in the shower room. Hot water is via a Heatrae Sadia Megaflo unvented hot water cylinder that is an upgrade to a previous, old fashioned, hot water and cold water storage tank system. Onsite, there is a residents' warden (Monday to Friday mornings up until lunchtime), a residents' lounge for functions and events and a guest bedroom suite for overnight stays (must be pre-booked).

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