3 Bedroom house

Milngavie Road, Bearsden, G61

Fixed price £410,000

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• Traditional stone-built cottage style villa dating from 1892 • One of Bearsden's earliest suburban homes • Set upon a generous level plot that follows the line of the Manse Burn • Cleverly altered internal layout set across five principal apartments and a floor area of approximately 1,260 sq. ft • Superbly re-fitted kitchen/bathrooms - high specification • Fantastic open plan living/dining/kitchen area with attractive ''through and through' aspect • Three good double bedrooms and an additional study/store room • Formal dining room • Dedicated utility area with recently implemented shower room off • Triple glazed window units to the front • Plentiful off-street parking provision A simply charming, beautifully presented and seldom available cottage style villa dating from the late 19th century that seamlessly marries a stylish and contemporary internal presentation with all the flair and distinction of traditional stone-built properties. Located in the midst of Bearsden's popular and highly convenient Hillfoot district, the property falls with the catchment area for the highly regarded facilities of Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy (the latter ranking 5th in the most recently published nationwide state school standings, The Times, 2020). Initial inspection will show a handsome stone faade with stone gables, with the rear elevation featuring a newly rendered two storey projection. An entrance vestibule is accessed via an imposing double storm door entryway, with a further inner doorway providing access to the accommodation beyond which is best summarised as follows:- Spacious reception hallway with staircase (with original bannister and balustrade), lounge with feature living flame gas fireplace (remotely controlled and with a sympathetically replaced ornate surround), open plan kitchen finished in sharp white cabinetry and contrast units (appliances include four burner hob and grill over by John Lewis, Hotpoint vented extraction unit, Bosch dishwasher). A formal dining room/additional sitting area (with attractive dual window aspect) leads through the the dedicated utility space which, in turn, gives way to a very smartly finished shower room (with walk in shower enclosure). The staircase leads, initially, to the half landing where a well-proportioned family bathroom (featuring a roll top bath and walk in shower enclosure) can be found. The upper hall has access to two double bedrooms, both with gable end windows and, finally, a very useful box room with small window to the front and access into eaves storage space. Outside, one of the features of Helenslea is its very wide plot, which is screened from Milngavie Road by a privet/mixed hedgerow along the pavement to the stone wall above the Manse Burn. There is a gravel drive, edged in monoblock, that winds to the front and down the side of the property where there is a set of substantial iron gates to the rear garden. At the front of the plot, there is a large lawn which develops around to the north side of the property where there is a pathway via a further iron gate to the back garden. The back garden, because of the gates, can be made secure and here there is a large slabbed patio outside of the kitchen door and then a further concrete patio in the lefthand corner. A substantial brick shed provides good storage facilities and there is a generous area of grass. Situation Hillfoot is a great location, largely due to Hillfoot Railway Station (four trains an hour into Glasgow's West End and City Centre, including a service through to Edinburgh, Waverley) but also for the shops to be found at Hillfoot and Kessington and for the fact that it is only some half a mile to the east of Bearsden Cross. For those with children, it falls within the catchment for Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy schools, with St. Nicholas' Primary on Duntocher Road.

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• Traditional stone-built cottage style villa dating from 1892 • One of Bearsden's earliest suburban homes • Set upon a generous level plot that follows the line of the Manse Burn • Cleverly altered internal layout set across five principal apartments and a floor area of approximately 1,260 sq. ft • Superbly re-fitted kitchen/bathrooms - high specification • Fantastic open plan living/dining/kitchen area with attractive ''through and through' aspect • Three good double bedrooms and an additional study/store room • Formal dining room • Dedicated utility area with recently implemented shower room off • Triple glazed window units to the front • Plentiful off-street parking provision A simply charming, beautifully presented and seldom available cottage style villa dating from the late 19th century that seamlessly marries a stylish and contemporary internal presentation with all the flair and distinction of traditional stone-built properties. Located in the midst of Bearsden's popular and highly convenient Hillfoot district, the property falls with the catchment area for the highly regarded facilities of Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy (the latter ranking 5th in the most recently published nationwide state school standings, The Times, 2020). Initial inspection will show a handsome stone faade with stone gables, with the rear elevation featuring a newly rendered two storey projection. An entrance vestibule is accessed via an imposing double storm door entryway, with a further inner doorway providing access to the accommodation beyond which is best summarised as follows:- Spacious reception hallway with staircase (with original bannister and balustrade), lounge with feature living flame gas fireplace (remotely controlled and with a sympathetically replaced ornate surround), open plan kitchen finished in sharp white cabinetry and contrast units (appliances include four burner hob and grill over by John Lewis, Hotpoint vented extraction unit, Bosch dishwasher). A formal dining room/additional sitting area (with attractive dual window aspect) leads through the the dedicated utility space which, in turn, gives way to a very smartly finished shower room (with walk in shower enclosure). The staircase leads, initially, to the half landing where a well-proportioned family bathroom (featuring a roll top bath and walk in shower enclosure) can be found. The upper hall has access to two double bedrooms, both with gable end windows and, finally, a very useful box room with small window to the front and access into eaves storage space. Outside, one of the features of Helenslea is its very wide plot, which is screened from Milngavie Road by a privet/mixed hedgerow along the pavement to the stone wall above the Manse Burn. There is a gravel drive, edged in monoblock, that winds to the front and down the side of the property where there is a set of substantial iron gates to the rear garden. At the front of the plot, there is a large lawn which develops around to the north side of the property where there is a pathway via a further iron gate to the back garden. The back garden, because of the gates, can be made secure and here there is a large slabbed patio outside of the kitchen door and then a further concrete patio in the lefthand corner. A substantial brick shed provides good storage facilities and there is a generous area of grass. Situation Hillfoot is a great location, largely due to Hillfoot Railway Station (four trains an hour into Glasgow's West End and City Centre, including a service through to Edinburgh, Waverley) but also for the shops to be found at Hillfoot and Kessington and for the fact that it is only some half a mile to the east of Bearsden Cross. For those with children, it falls within the catchment for Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy schools, with St. Nicholas' Primary on Duntocher Road.

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