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4 Bedroom house

Strathblane Road, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Sandstone detached Villa (1912) • Four Bedrooms and Boxroom • Two/three public rooms and study • Kitchen with ancillary facilities • Two bathrooms, Shower room, toilet • Fine features. Modernising required With a central village location, a handsome red sandstone Detached House from 1912. Fine period features of oak floors, pine doors and dado panelling, stone fireplaces (working fires) and ceiling plasterwork are retained. It has been in the ownership of our client for decades and has been a wonderful family home and whilst there are some modern elements in the house it is fair to point out that the subjects are, generally, of a dated vintage and the buyer should expect to undertake a programme of modernising and upgrading, this is price reflected. There is a good mix of rooms with four bedrooms, box room (small 5th bedroom?) and a study. Bedroom 4 has been made into an en suite dressing room, with a bathroom, to the main bedroom but with the door still to the hall can easily be reverted to a bedroom. The key rooms in the house are firstly the fine main Sitting Room (would have been two rooms originally) with its two stone fireplaces, a very cosy wood panelled "snug" area with bookcases and its triple aspect - windows to front, side and rear. Secondly the generous Dining Room and thirdly the bespoke handmade kitchen, by Stephen Softley, in oak and pine with painting and mosaic tiles by the artist Janie Andrews. GROUND FLOOR Vestibule; Reception Hall with dado panelling; Sitting Room - a gorgeous room; Dining Room; Kitchen with dining banquette; Pantry: Utility Room; Pine clad storeroom; Shower room; Rear Porch (lean-to) FIRST FLOOR Staircase ascends, return flight, to half landing (with three stained leaded windows) and upper hall; Three double bedrooms; Bedroom 4 - converted to provide dressing room with en suite bathroom; Study; Box room (small 5th bedroom); Bathroom 2; Toilet (wc, "cloaks" whb) PUTBUILDINGS Single garage with workshop area - glazed tiled walls on three sides, remote controlled electric door; lean-to greenhouse; old (needs upgraded) brick potting/garden shed. GARDENS To the front there is a stone wall with privet and beech hedging. Behind this is some grass with two cherry blossoms. The side garden, to no 104 (a house built in what had been part of No 106 garden) is screened by laurels and mature conifers. A tarmac drive leads in front of the house, two car wide parking area to the side. The rear garden has now become somewhat overgrown with quite dense planting that needs thinning out. There are some areas of grass, with the garden on a gentle slope rising from the back of the house. Good scope here to create something nice as part of the house refurb. Heating in the house is mains gas operating through "warm air vents" via a Brink B - 34D boiler. SITUATION Great location within ½ mile of village centre and the railway station. Just along the road from The Nuffield Fitness and Wellbeing Club. Good walks not far away - around the Allander and Craigmaddie Reservoirs, Drumclog Moor and a little further on Mugdock Country Park. Schooling at Milngavie Primary and Douglas Academy. The preparatory school for The Glasgow Academy is in Milngavie and in Bearsden is The Junior School for The High School of Glasgow. SAT NAV REF G62 8HD

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Sandstone detached Villa (1912) • Four Bedrooms and Boxroom • Two/three public rooms and study • Kitchen with ancillary facilities • Two bathrooms, Shower room, toilet • Fine features. Modernising required With a central village location, a handsome red sandstone Detached House from 1912. Fine period features of oak floors, pine doors and dado panelling, stone fireplaces (working fires) and ceiling plasterwork are retained. It has been in the ownership of our client for decades and has been a wonderful family home and whilst there are some modern elements in the house it is fair to point out that the subjects are, generally, of a dated vintage and the buyer should expect to undertake a programme of modernising and upgrading, this is price reflected. There is a good mix of rooms with four bedrooms, box room (small 5th bedroom?) and a study. Bedroom 4 has been made into an en suite dressing room, with a bathroom, to the main bedroom but with the door still to the hall can easily be reverted to a bedroom. The key rooms in the house are firstly the fine main Sitting Room (would have been two rooms originally) with its two stone fireplaces, a very cosy wood panelled "snug" area with bookcases and its triple aspect - windows to front, side and rear. Secondly the generous Dining Room and thirdly the bespoke handmade kitchen, by Stephen Softley, in oak and pine with painting and mosaic tiles by the artist Janie Andrews. GROUND FLOOR Vestibule; Reception Hall with dado panelling; Sitting Room - a gorgeous room; Dining Room; Kitchen with dining banquette; Pantry: Utility Room; Pine clad storeroom; Shower room; Rear Porch (lean-to) FIRST FLOOR Staircase ascends, return flight, to half landing (with three stained leaded windows) and upper hall; Three double bedrooms; Bedroom 4 - converted to provide dressing room with en suite bathroom; Study; Box room (small 5th bedroom); Bathroom 2; Toilet (wc, "cloaks" whb) PUTBUILDINGS Single garage with workshop area - glazed tiled walls on three sides, remote controlled electric door; lean-to greenhouse; old (needs upgraded) brick potting/garden shed. GARDENS To the front there is a stone wall with privet and beech hedging. Behind this is some grass with two cherry blossoms. The side garden, to no 104 (a house built in what had been part of No 106 garden) is screened by laurels and mature conifers. A tarmac drive leads in front of the house, two car wide parking area to the side. The rear garden has now become somewhat overgrown with quite dense planting that needs thinning out. There are some areas of grass, with the garden on a gentle slope rising from the back of the house. Good scope here to create something nice as part of the house refurb. Heating in the house is mains gas operating through "warm air vents" via a Brink B - 34D boiler. SITUATION Great location within ½ mile of village centre and the railway station. Just along the road from The Nuffield Fitness and Wellbeing Club. Good walks not far away - around the Allander and Craigmaddie Reservoirs, Drumclog Moor and a little further on Mugdock Country Park. Schooling at Milngavie Primary and Douglas Academy. The preparatory school for The Glasgow Academy is in Milngavie and in Bearsden is The Junior School for The High School of Glasgow. SAT NAV REF G62 8HD

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