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3 Bedroom house

Balfleurs Street, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

• Red sandstone Edwardian Semi (1905) • Wonderful location • Delightful gardens • Roof re-slated (2004), house double glazed • 4 public rooms, 3 bedrooms • Gas central heating, Alarm • Garage, "railway carriage" style shed, greenhouse • Close by country walks In a prime location, just east of the village centre and railway station, in the Barloch area, is this handsome Edwardian red sandstone semi - detached house set amidst a lovely garden that spans Balfleurs Street to the front (driveway) and Barloch Road at the rear (access to the garage). It is on the easterly fringe of the village and as such has some wonderful country walks along Baldernock Road and through Dougalston Woods yet is but ½ mile from the village centre. Our client has owned the property since 1973 and it has been the happiest of family homes for nearly five decades. It will surely bring joy also to the next owner for many years to come. The original accommodation has been enhanced by the re-configuration of the previous washhouse and stores to enlarge the kitchen and by extensions which added a rear porch and most significantly, in 1993, a lovely garden Room (effectively a family room) with French doors, onto the properties lovely Garden, as well as a Shower Room. The house offers a mix of old and modern and there is undoubtedly scope for the new owner to import their own mark upon. Some period features retained include the original mosaic tiled floor in the Entrance Porch; the staircase with its balustrade, handrails, newel posts and particularly its fine stained leaded window; panelled doors (many painted) and picture rails. There is a gas central heating system with a Viesmann conventional boiler, windows are nearly all double glazed - mainly PVCu including sash and casement units by Everest (lounge, dining room, bedrooms 1 and 2, linen store), some aluminium (kitchen and bedroom 2, also with secondary glazed unit), Velux (bathroom) and single glazed only in the study and staircase windows. Digital Smart Meters are installed for both electricity and gas. There are seven main apartments in total (4 public rooms and 3 bedrooms) along with a kitchen, 4-piece bathroom (bath, shower enclosure, wc and whb), shower room (enclosure, wc, whb,), lower and upper halls and front and rear porches. Specifically, the subjects offer: GROUND FLOOR Entrance porch, glazed on two sides; Reception hall with original door (replaced Flemish glazed panels and original stained leaded side panels), a fine staircase and storage; Sitting Room with bay window, stone fireplace with living flame gas fire; Dining Room (could be bedroom 4); Study; Garden room; Kitchen with oak shaker style units (dishwasher, cooker, fitted cooker hood), three store cupboards including pantry; Shower room with Mira Excel thermostatic shower; Rear porch with back door. FIRST FLOOR The staircase ascends past the south - facing stained leaded window to the upper floor; Three Bedrooms (all with wardrobe provision), the main bedroom with a broad bay window; Bathroom with 4 -piece modern suite (Velux window); Linen store with window and access (loft Ladder) to a floored attic. OUTSIDE Delightful, beautifully stocked and well-planned garden. The front has a stone wall, driveway gates to a gravel drive and a lovely central bed with acer and heathers. A gravel path leads down the side where there is a well planted and established shrubbery to a south and west aspect rear garden. Here there is a monobloc sun terrace, shaped lawns with winding gravel path and a productive garden with a relatively new aluminium greenhouse. At the foot of the garden, via a pergola walkway is a sheltered patio garden beside which is a small "former railway carriage" shed - nice little feature. A brick single garage is accessed off Barloch Road. (power and light, external security lights). SITUATION Balfleurs Street is just east of the village centre and therefore very convenient for Milngavie's excel

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

• Red sandstone Edwardian Semi (1905) • Wonderful location • Delightful gardens • Roof re-slated (2004), house double glazed • 4 public rooms, 3 bedrooms • Gas central heating, Alarm • Garage, "railway carriage" style shed, greenhouse • Close by country walks In a prime location, just east of the village centre and railway station, in the Barloch area, is this handsome Edwardian red sandstone semi - detached house set amidst a lovely garden that spans Balfleurs Street to the front (driveway) and Barloch Road at the rear (access to the garage). It is on the easterly fringe of the village and as such has some wonderful country walks along Baldernock Road and through Dougalston Woods yet is but ½ mile from the village centre. Our client has owned the property since 1973 and it has been the happiest of family homes for nearly five decades. It will surely bring joy also to the next owner for many years to come. The original accommodation has been enhanced by the re-configuration of the previous washhouse and stores to enlarge the kitchen and by extensions which added a rear porch and most significantly, in 1993, a lovely garden Room (effectively a family room) with French doors, onto the properties lovely Garden, as well as a Shower Room. The house offers a mix of old and modern and there is undoubtedly scope for the new owner to import their own mark upon. Some period features retained include the original mosaic tiled floor in the Entrance Porch; the staircase with its balustrade, handrails, newel posts and particularly its fine stained leaded window; panelled doors (many painted) and picture rails. There is a gas central heating system with a Viesmann conventional boiler, windows are nearly all double glazed - mainly PVCu including sash and casement units by Everest (lounge, dining room, bedrooms 1 and 2, linen store), some aluminium (kitchen and bedroom 2, also with secondary glazed unit), Velux (bathroom) and single glazed only in the study and staircase windows. Digital Smart Meters are installed for both electricity and gas. There are seven main apartments in total (4 public rooms and 3 bedrooms) along with a kitchen, 4-piece bathroom (bath, shower enclosure, wc and whb), shower room (enclosure, wc, whb,), lower and upper halls and front and rear porches. Specifically, the subjects offer: GROUND FLOOR Entrance porch, glazed on two sides; Reception hall with original door (replaced Flemish glazed panels and original stained leaded side panels), a fine staircase and storage; Sitting Room with bay window, stone fireplace with living flame gas fire; Dining Room (could be bedroom 4); Study; Garden room; Kitchen with oak shaker style units (dishwasher, cooker, fitted cooker hood), three store cupboards including pantry; Shower room with Mira Excel thermostatic shower; Rear porch with back door. FIRST FLOOR The staircase ascends past the south - facing stained leaded window to the upper floor; Three Bedrooms (all with wardrobe provision), the main bedroom with a broad bay window; Bathroom with 4 -piece modern suite (Velux window); Linen store with window and access (loft Ladder) to a floored attic. OUTSIDE Delightful, beautifully stocked and well-planned garden. The front has a stone wall, driveway gates to a gravel drive and a lovely central bed with acer and heathers. A gravel path leads down the side where there is a well planted and established shrubbery to a south and west aspect rear garden. Here there is a monobloc sun terrace, shaped lawns with winding gravel path and a productive garden with a relatively new aluminium greenhouse. At the foot of the garden, via a pergola walkway is a sheltered patio garden beside which is a small "former railway carriage" shed - nice little feature. A brick single garage is accessed off Barloch Road. (power and light, external security lights). SITUATION Balfleurs Street is just east of the village centre and therefore very convenient for Milngavie's excel

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