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4 Bedroom house

Bellevue Road, Kirkintilloch, G66

Offers over £405,000

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Detached stone Victorian villa dating from 1891, situated in a quiet tree lined street in the heart of Kirkintilloch's conservation area • Successfully extended over the course of our clients' ownership and set upon an entirely level, established garden plot of notably generous proportions • Highly versatile internal layout across eight principal apartments and approximately 1,942 sq. ft of accommodation • A wealth of beautifully preserved period detail including decorative cornicework, stained glasswork, wooden doors, architraves, staircase, timber framed sash in casement windows, and a stunning Victorian fireplace surround in the formal lounge • Original bay windowed formal lounge and formal dining room • Superb dining kitchen with dedicated utility room and gardener's w/c off • Fabulous extension including a very spacious sitting/family room with feature fireplace and sliding door access to the rear garden • Show stopping, entirely level rear garden, laid mainly to lawn, but with the wonderful addition of two well established Damson trees, an apple tree, a plum tree - really needs to be inspected first-hand to be fully appreciated • Off street driveway parking • Gas central heating powered by a top of the range Worcester Bosch combination boiler • Off street parking for a multitude of vehicles • Ideal for access to the facilities of Kirkintilloch town centre and the areas renowned local schooling A seldom available opportunity to acquire a quite striking and quietly tucked away Victorian villa situated in Kirkintilloch's long admired conservation area. With an unassumingly spacious internal footprint as a result of extensions undertaken in 1995, the property now offers a very generously proportioned layout that should cater to the needs of both burgeoning and established families. Fastidiously maintained over the course of our clients' custodianship and presented to market in fine condition, the property will offer ample opportunity for any incoming purchaser to implement their own decorative themes and ideas to a home brimming with tradition and inherent value. The internal accommodation can be best summarised as:- Entrance vestibule, reception hallway, bay windowed lounge, formal dining room, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room off, snug/home office, dining kitchen, dedicated utility room with gardener's w/c, sitting/family room, three piece family bathroom, two further (very well proportioned) double bedrooms, study. The scale of the rear garden cannot be understated. Entirely level and with pockets of herbaceous shrubbery, a water feature, and beautiful established trees, this truly is a space that will more than amply cater to the needs of those with green-fingers, child's play, and al fresco dining alike. Such is the proportion of the rear garden, the potential for further augmentation (subject to necessary planning permissions and building warrants) shouldn't be discounted. Situation Kirkintilloch has an excellent range of local amenities including supermarkets Sainsbury's, Tesco Metro and Lidl. High street shops and independent shops can be found on Kirkintilloch's Main Street and Regent Centre. There is a library, a museum, marina and a variety of bars and restaurants. Local schooling is available at both primary and secondary levels whilst nearby Lenzie offers additional amenities including a railway station on the mainline Edinburgh-Glasgow train line. Excellent road links close by also access to Glasgow City Centre and the Central Belt motorway network.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Detached stone Victorian villa dating from 1891, situated in a quiet tree lined street in the heart of Kirkintilloch's conservation area • Successfully extended over the course of our clients' ownership and set upon an entirely level, established garden plot of notably generous proportions • Highly versatile internal layout across eight principal apartments and approximately 1,942 sq. ft of accommodation • A wealth of beautifully preserved period detail including decorative cornicework, stained glasswork, wooden doors, architraves, staircase, timber framed sash in casement windows, and a stunning Victorian fireplace surround in the formal lounge • Original bay windowed formal lounge and formal dining room • Superb dining kitchen with dedicated utility room and gardener's w/c off • Fabulous extension including a very spacious sitting/family room with feature fireplace and sliding door access to the rear garden • Show stopping, entirely level rear garden, laid mainly to lawn, but with the wonderful addition of two well established Damson trees, an apple tree, a plum tree - really needs to be inspected first-hand to be fully appreciated • Off street driveway parking • Gas central heating powered by a top of the range Worcester Bosch combination boiler • Off street parking for a multitude of vehicles • Ideal for access to the facilities of Kirkintilloch town centre and the areas renowned local schooling A seldom available opportunity to acquire a quite striking and quietly tucked away Victorian villa situated in Kirkintilloch's long admired conservation area. With an unassumingly spacious internal footprint as a result of extensions undertaken in 1995, the property now offers a very generously proportioned layout that should cater to the needs of both burgeoning and established families. Fastidiously maintained over the course of our clients' custodianship and presented to market in fine condition, the property will offer ample opportunity for any incoming purchaser to implement their own decorative themes and ideas to a home brimming with tradition and inherent value. The internal accommodation can be best summarised as:- Entrance vestibule, reception hallway, bay windowed lounge, formal dining room, Master bedroom with en-suite shower room off, snug/home office, dining kitchen, dedicated utility room with gardener's w/c, sitting/family room, three piece family bathroom, two further (very well proportioned) double bedrooms, study. The scale of the rear garden cannot be understated. Entirely level and with pockets of herbaceous shrubbery, a water feature, and beautiful established trees, this truly is a space that will more than amply cater to the needs of those with green-fingers, child's play, and al fresco dining alike. Such is the proportion of the rear garden, the potential for further augmentation (subject to necessary planning permissions and building warrants) shouldn't be discounted. Situation Kirkintilloch has an excellent range of local amenities including supermarkets Sainsbury's, Tesco Metro and Lidl. High street shops and independent shops can be found on Kirkintilloch's Main Street and Regent Centre. There is a library, a museum, marina and a variety of bars and restaurants. Local schooling is available at both primary and secondary levels whilst nearby Lenzie offers additional amenities including a railway station on the mainline Edinburgh-Glasgow train line. Excellent road links close by also access to Glasgow City Centre and the Central Belt motorway network.

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