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3 Bedroom house

Ledcameroch Road, Bearsden, G61

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

• Victorian Semi Detached House • Prime Old Bearsden address • Immaculately presented • A delightful garden, south and west aspects • 2 Public rooms, 3 Bedrooms, open plan Living room and Kitchen • Utility, Bathroom, Shower room, 2 Attic Rooms This Semi-Detached house is a gorgeous period home, in a highly regarded location, set amidst a lovely garden. A late Victorian house it was built, originally, as a detached villa, subsequently converted, circa 1957, into two semi-detached homes. This house has the favoured position with the original entrance vestibule and front door, with a fine landscaped garden with sunny south and west aspects. We believe that in the 1930's some other changes to fireplaces and plasterwork were undertaken. In 1988 the rear of the property was improved by an extension that provided a utility room and most significantly the super open plan kitchen and living room - the perfect "day space" with four fixed frame hardwood windows providing a view to the garden. This part of the house has underfloor heating and retains, as a feature, the stone wall of the house. This augments two splendid formal public rooms of grand proportions and real character. The established gardens with, retained to west and south, the Victorian stone and brick garden walls, are very private and have areas of lawn to front, side and rear, a sweeping gravel drive through trees, good planting with well stocked beds and borders and, at the very rear of the house, a substantial brick period garage (power and light) with original sliding teak (painted) garage door. In front of this is a small courtyard, with water tap, for washing the car or for use as a patio. An aluminium greenhouse is to the side. Our clients have cared for their home and, indeed, is one that is full of happy memories. They commissioned the craftsman cabinet maker Ross Samson to design and build the superb oak Art Nouveau style staircase balustrade, newels and handrails (a true exhibition of craftsmanship) and his artist partner, Valerie Samson, to create the two stained leaded window panels - one above the doorway to the shower room (cleverly integrating Agate) and the other, on a hinged panel, at the ½ landing of the staircase. The shower room is fitted with a modern white suite and has marble floor and wall tiles and the main bathroom, arranged en suite to the main bedroom, has a high quality Villeroy and Boch suite with a powerful Matki thermostatic shower set over a large cast iron enamel bath, again the luxury of underfloor heating. The house is decorated in a mix of rich, sumptuous, wallcoverings along with a fresh neutral palette to those walls painted. Flooring offers ceramic tiling, self-coloured carpets in the hall, sitting room and dining room and lovely original oak, including some herringbone. There are two attic rooms, which were part of the original house, that are accessed via a wooden "loft stair" from the upper hall. This is a very useful ancillary accommodation. The main room, with two frame dormer window with good southerly view beyond Glasgow, particularly so. The hatch at the top of the stair can be shut over. The photos and video will give you a preview of how nice this home is. To summarise the accommodation provides: GROUND FLOOR Grand entrance vestibule with tall storm doors, terrazzo tile floor. Reception hall with the original entrance door, side screens and door light retained. Large sitting room with bay window, west facing side window and a 1930's style fireplace with real fire. Dining room with a large west-facing window looking to the garden, a Claygate fireplace with another working fire. The kitchen and open plan living room - five windows, double glazed back door (all fitted 2010) and in painted hardwood. Kitchen units are in cream high - gloss, have solid granite worktops and a 1 ½ bowl Franke sink. At the end of the peninsular unit is a fitted breakfast table, in burr elm, by Paul Hodgkiss.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

• Victorian Semi Detached House • Prime Old Bearsden address • Immaculately presented • A delightful garden, south and west aspects • 2 Public rooms, 3 Bedrooms, open plan Living room and Kitchen • Utility, Bathroom, Shower room, 2 Attic Rooms This Semi-Detached house is a gorgeous period home, in a highly regarded location, set amidst a lovely garden. A late Victorian house it was built, originally, as a detached villa, subsequently converted, circa 1957, into two semi-detached homes. This house has the favoured position with the original entrance vestibule and front door, with a fine landscaped garden with sunny south and west aspects. We believe that in the 1930's some other changes to fireplaces and plasterwork were undertaken. In 1988 the rear of the property was improved by an extension that provided a utility room and most significantly the super open plan kitchen and living room - the perfect "day space" with four fixed frame hardwood windows providing a view to the garden. This part of the house has underfloor heating and retains, as a feature, the stone wall of the house. This augments two splendid formal public rooms of grand proportions and real character. The established gardens with, retained to west and south, the Victorian stone and brick garden walls, are very private and have areas of lawn to front, side and rear, a sweeping gravel drive through trees, good planting with well stocked beds and borders and, at the very rear of the house, a substantial brick period garage (power and light) with original sliding teak (painted) garage door. In front of this is a small courtyard, with water tap, for washing the car or for use as a patio. An aluminium greenhouse is to the side. Our clients have cared for their home and, indeed, is one that is full of happy memories. They commissioned the craftsman cabinet maker Ross Samson to design and build the superb oak Art Nouveau style staircase balustrade, newels and handrails (a true exhibition of craftsmanship) and his artist partner, Valerie Samson, to create the two stained leaded window panels - one above the doorway to the shower room (cleverly integrating Agate) and the other, on a hinged panel, at the ½ landing of the staircase. The shower room is fitted with a modern white suite and has marble floor and wall tiles and the main bathroom, arranged en suite to the main bedroom, has a high quality Villeroy and Boch suite with a powerful Matki thermostatic shower set over a large cast iron enamel bath, again the luxury of underfloor heating. The house is decorated in a mix of rich, sumptuous, wallcoverings along with a fresh neutral palette to those walls painted. Flooring offers ceramic tiling, self-coloured carpets in the hall, sitting room and dining room and lovely original oak, including some herringbone. There are two attic rooms, which were part of the original house, that are accessed via a wooden "loft stair" from the upper hall. This is a very useful ancillary accommodation. The main room, with two frame dormer window with good southerly view beyond Glasgow, particularly so. The hatch at the top of the stair can be shut over. The photos and video will give you a preview of how nice this home is. To summarise the accommodation provides: GROUND FLOOR Grand entrance vestibule with tall storm doors, terrazzo tile floor. Reception hall with the original entrance door, side screens and door light retained. Large sitting room with bay window, west facing side window and a 1930's style fireplace with real fire. Dining room with a large west-facing window looking to the garden, a Claygate fireplace with another working fire. The kitchen and open plan living room - five windows, double glazed back door (all fitted 2010) and in painted hardwood. Kitchen units are in cream high - gloss, have solid granite worktops and a 1 ½ bowl Franke sink. At the end of the peninsular unit is a fitted breakfast table, in burr elm, by Paul Hodgkiss.

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