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3 Bedroom house

Douglas Park Crescent, Bearsden, G61

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Pre-war Detached Bungalow, now three levels • Cleverly extended into former basement • 2 Public, 3 Bedrooms • Kitchen, Utility, and Bathroom • Nice combination of traditional and contemporary • Great view to the rear • School catchment is at Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy. • A 1930's Detached Bungalow that has been developed, over the years, to provide accommodation, rather cleverly, over three floors - to include a garden level family room with French doors accessing a large sun-deck platform, really connects the house to the garden and sensibly makes best advantage of the garden's topography. The properties at Douglas Park Crescent enjoy a highly convenient location by Hillfoot and the railway station there, and for all the amenities that Bearsden, and adjacent Milngavie, has to offer. It remains one of the area's most popular districts. This house takes full advantage of its setting in the Crescent with a fantastic view, from the rear of the house, to the wooded hilltops, and a fairway, of Douglas Park Golf Course. There is also an oblique view towards the horizon of the Campsie Fells. The spec includes uPVC framed double glazed windows, a high-performance gas combination boiler for the central heating, a smart and very bright kitchen (2 sets of triple framed windows, taking advantage of the view), contemporary bathroom suite with a powerful Aqualisa thermostatic shower. Two of the rooms have fireplaces with living flame gas fires (not tested). Cavity wall insulation. The subjects, which fall principally over the ground floor comprise: GROUND FLOOR Vestibule. Hall. Lounge with oriel bay window. Good size kitchen (had been two rooms). Two large double bedrooms (Bed 1 originally a lounge). Bathroom. LOWER FLOOR (garden level) Well-designed staircase down to lower hall. Family room with window and French doors. Small utility room with back door. FIRST FLOOR Bedroom 3 (a good-sized double) with Velux windows to front and rear with useful wardrobe closet. Outside most of the gardens lie at the rear where it is enclosed, and gated. It is on a terraced arrangement here with, firstly, the substantial wrap-around sun deck (with storage below). A lower level with lawn, edged/retained by chunky wood posts and with planted side bed with stone wall. There is a patio and a garden shed. The front has two gravel areas, with shrubs, central path and a monoblock driveway. There is an electric charging point for vehicles. SAT NAV: G61 3DN

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Pre-war Detached Bungalow, now three levels • Cleverly extended into former basement • 2 Public, 3 Bedrooms • Kitchen, Utility, and Bathroom • Nice combination of traditional and contemporary • Great view to the rear • School catchment is at Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy. • A 1930's Detached Bungalow that has been developed, over the years, to provide accommodation, rather cleverly, over three floors - to include a garden level family room with French doors accessing a large sun-deck platform, really connects the house to the garden and sensibly makes best advantage of the garden's topography. The properties at Douglas Park Crescent enjoy a highly convenient location by Hillfoot and the railway station there, and for all the amenities that Bearsden, and adjacent Milngavie, has to offer. It remains one of the area's most popular districts. This house takes full advantage of its setting in the Crescent with a fantastic view, from the rear of the house, to the wooded hilltops, and a fairway, of Douglas Park Golf Course. There is also an oblique view towards the horizon of the Campsie Fells. The spec includes uPVC framed double glazed windows, a high-performance gas combination boiler for the central heating, a smart and very bright kitchen (2 sets of triple framed windows, taking advantage of the view), contemporary bathroom suite with a powerful Aqualisa thermostatic shower. Two of the rooms have fireplaces with living flame gas fires (not tested). Cavity wall insulation. The subjects, which fall principally over the ground floor comprise: GROUND FLOOR Vestibule. Hall. Lounge with oriel bay window. Good size kitchen (had been two rooms). Two large double bedrooms (Bed 1 originally a lounge). Bathroom. LOWER FLOOR (garden level) Well-designed staircase down to lower hall. Family room with window and French doors. Small utility room with back door. FIRST FLOOR Bedroom 3 (a good-sized double) with Velux windows to front and rear with useful wardrobe closet. Outside most of the gardens lie at the rear where it is enclosed, and gated. It is on a terraced arrangement here with, firstly, the substantial wrap-around sun deck (with storage below). A lower level with lawn, edged/retained by chunky wood posts and with planted side bed with stone wall. There is a patio and a garden shed. The front has two gravel areas, with shrubs, central path and a monoblock driveway. There is an electric charging point for vehicles. SAT NAV: G61 3DN

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