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5 Bedroom house

Collylinn Road, Bearsden, G61

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Victorian (1895) stone Detached Villa • Wonderful south-facing (at rear) garden • In Conservation area, near The Cross • Eight apartments (five bedrooms) • Excellent condition, re-slated roof • Fine features, quality spec throughout Built in 1895 for a Scottish minister, and only owned by three families (our clients have lived there for nearly 40 years) Cairngillan is a most handsome blond sandstone detached house in a truly delightful and very private garden, south - facing, at the rear. It is one of the few houses in the area to not have external rear projections providing, as such, great light to the rear of the house and the facility of a superb, full width, sun terrace across the back of the house to take full advantage of the sunny aspect and enjoy the privacy and planting in the rear gardens. This has been the happiest of homes for our clients, and their family, for many decades and during this time they have continually maintained and invested in the property to keep it in first-class order. Only retirement and the time to downsize prompts this move. It is a generously proportioned home with three public rooms, including a particularly fine sitting room with double aspect including west window, and there are five bedrooms (or four plus study) supported by a dining kitchen, utility room, boot room, two bathrooms and cloakroom. The roof was re-slated some 2 ½ years ago, with the gables repointed, windows refurbished as needed and the boiler replaced with a quality Worcester Greenstar 30 CDi conventional system. The house is alarmed. In both the kitchen and the utility room the units are by the German manufacturer Siematic. GROUND FLOOR Entrance vestibule with storm door; a broad reception hall with the original stained leaded door and door light (reflects a Celtic heritage) retained, fine cornice; large sitting room with original fireplace (painted) with a living flame gas fire in fire basket. Original cornicing, ceiling rose, picture rail and door architraves with dentil detail; Living room with Claygate fireplace and real fire. Again cornice, rose and door architraves; dining room with a cast iron Victorian fireplace with living flame gas fire. Original "rise and fall" ceiling light, cornice, rose, picture rail; rear hallway with under stairs store; kitchen with Siematic units and glazed "brick" tiling above worksurfaces by Fired Earth. Appliances include - Neff gas hob, oven, fitted cooker hood. Siemens larder fridge. Miele dishwasher. Amtico flooring. Three windows looking onto rear garden; utility room, again with Siemetic units, with space/plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, laundry pulley; boot room with back door. cloakroom; bathroom with quality Sanitan suite. FIRST FLOOR A broad original staircase, firstly, ascends, to a half landing illuminated by four-frame glass rooflight. Here is the main bathroom, again by Sanitan, with a powerful thermostatic shower set over the bath; upper hall; the main bedroom with broad three-frame window and a suite of fitted and free standing bedroom furniture; three further double bedrooms; fifth single bedroom, used as a home office. GARDENS Beautifully kept and planted gardens. At front - stone wall with privet hedge, gravel drive and paths, lawn with cherry blossoms, a flowering plum tree, well stocked side shrubbery. The side gardens are gated with a continuation of the lawn to the east and a single garage (power light, garage doors to front and rear) to the west. The rear garden, south facing, is just a delight and a superb asset. It is enclosed by hedges to east and west with an original Victorian brick wall to the south. There is an extensive lawn area, winding through the garden. The aforementioned sun terrace planted beds and flower borders and two integral, to the house, garden stores. SITUATION In Old Bearsden Cairngillan is, effectively, at the heart of Bearsden Cross but sufficiently distant for peace and quiet.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Victorian (1895) stone Detached Villa • Wonderful south-facing (at rear) garden • In Conservation area, near The Cross • Eight apartments (five bedrooms) • Excellent condition, re-slated roof • Fine features, quality spec throughout Built in 1895 for a Scottish minister, and only owned by three families (our clients have lived there for nearly 40 years) Cairngillan is a most handsome blond sandstone detached house in a truly delightful and very private garden, south - facing, at the rear. It is one of the few houses in the area to not have external rear projections providing, as such, great light to the rear of the house and the facility of a superb, full width, sun terrace across the back of the house to take full advantage of the sunny aspect and enjoy the privacy and planting in the rear gardens. This has been the happiest of homes for our clients, and their family, for many decades and during this time they have continually maintained and invested in the property to keep it in first-class order. Only retirement and the time to downsize prompts this move. It is a generously proportioned home with three public rooms, including a particularly fine sitting room with double aspect including west window, and there are five bedrooms (or four plus study) supported by a dining kitchen, utility room, boot room, two bathrooms and cloakroom. The roof was re-slated some 2 ½ years ago, with the gables repointed, windows refurbished as needed and the boiler replaced with a quality Worcester Greenstar 30 CDi conventional system. The house is alarmed. In both the kitchen and the utility room the units are by the German manufacturer Siematic. GROUND FLOOR Entrance vestibule with storm door; a broad reception hall with the original stained leaded door and door light (reflects a Celtic heritage) retained, fine cornice; large sitting room with original fireplace (painted) with a living flame gas fire in fire basket. Original cornicing, ceiling rose, picture rail and door architraves with dentil detail; Living room with Claygate fireplace and real fire. Again cornice, rose and door architraves; dining room with a cast iron Victorian fireplace with living flame gas fire. Original "rise and fall" ceiling light, cornice, rose, picture rail; rear hallway with under stairs store; kitchen with Siematic units and glazed "brick" tiling above worksurfaces by Fired Earth. Appliances include - Neff gas hob, oven, fitted cooker hood. Siemens larder fridge. Miele dishwasher. Amtico flooring. Three windows looking onto rear garden; utility room, again with Siemetic units, with space/plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, laundry pulley; boot room with back door. cloakroom; bathroom with quality Sanitan suite. FIRST FLOOR A broad original staircase, firstly, ascends, to a half landing illuminated by four-frame glass rooflight. Here is the main bathroom, again by Sanitan, with a powerful thermostatic shower set over the bath; upper hall; the main bedroom with broad three-frame window and a suite of fitted and free standing bedroom furniture; three further double bedrooms; fifth single bedroom, used as a home office. GARDENS Beautifully kept and planted gardens. At front - stone wall with privet hedge, gravel drive and paths, lawn with cherry blossoms, a flowering plum tree, well stocked side shrubbery. The side gardens are gated with a continuation of the lawn to the east and a single garage (power light, garage doors to front and rear) to the west. The rear garden, south facing, is just a delight and a superb asset. It is enclosed by hedges to east and west with an original Victorian brick wall to the south. There is an extensive lawn area, winding through the garden. The aforementioned sun terrace planted beds and flower borders and two integral, to the house, garden stores. SITUATION In Old Bearsden Cairngillan is, effectively, at the heart of Bearsden Cross but sufficiently distant for peace and quiet.

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