2 Bedroom house

Thorn Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

Offers over £498,000

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• An amazingly presented home. • Semi-Detached Bungalow. • Contemporary extensions, Garden Studio. • Magazine quality interior. • Beautifully planted garden with burn. • Near total renovation since 2017. Oft expressed but never more apparent here, a simply stunning property, and garden, the result of our clients' design vision, attention to detail and considerable investment. Originally a 1930's Semi-Detached Bungalow this house has been transformed into a sumptuous 21st Century home through significant interior redesign and the addition of a striking, zinc clad, contemporary extension, with glazed arcade, in 2018 and, in 2020, with a wonderful CR Smith "Garden Room" Orangerie. As clients will see from our imagery the subjects are presented to a standard, and style, that would be comfortably at home in the pages of an interiors journal. Similar care thought and expense has gone into the exterior of the house where the garden has been landscaped, and beautifully stocked, and includes a custom-made Garden Studio/Office, again finished in zinc cladding - a lovely spot at the foot of the garden by the waters of The Manse Burn. There are two driveways, with protective driveway gates, remote controlled and part of an extensive video, alarm, and CCTV security system. The garden has a shed and a bin store. One could exhaust in detail all that has been done but safe-to-say the programme of refurbishment has been exhaustive and the results apparent. We will let the photographs, video, immersive tour, speak for themselves but, ultimately, we would recommend viewing of the property to convey the quality of this outstanding home. It is located on a corner garden with Thorn Drive (the two driveways come off this) and Drymen Road, where there is an attractive pedestrian gate set into an arch. It is approximately 0.7 miles from Bearsden Cross and as such, very much, at the heart of this highly sought-after suburban community. Whilst the house may appeal to some families it really is a home that should find most favour with couples or individuals, the room design and layout perhaps best serving such a sector. As such, be you a professional person or couple, maybe downsizing from a large family home this property would be one of the very best appointed and finished you could possibly find. All but the main bedroom and its en-suite is on the ground floor. GROUND FLOOR Two entrances, from each driveway - to the front a Veranda leads to a vestibule and at the rear a glazed back door access the contemporary zinc clad extension and specifically its Boot Room area. Reception Hall with custom made front door. Living room (with a broad box bay window) set on a semi open plan basis to the dining kitchen, divided by a central fireplace, clad in quartz, with a double-sided glass fronted fire, above which, on either side, are two slimline flat screen Panasonic LCD TV's. (The fire is a gas log effect fire by Gazco and is remote controlled). The kitchen is dining sized all be it our client uses the dining space as a little reading nook (the 2020 Conservatory now providing the dining area). The kitchen is German and of a classic design with a combination of anthracite and pale grey units with a lovely solid composite work top that includes a peninsular dining bar for four chairs. Good range of appliances - Rangemaster stove with five gas hobs, black glass cooker hood, Neff microwave and concealed dishwasher, Samsung American style fridge freezer with ice/water dispenser and a glass fronted wine fridge, by Baumatic. The Orangerie makes for a delightful dining room and has a Mitsubishi heater/air conditioning unit [remote control]. There is a formal lounge (could be third bedroom) with French Doors leading onto an enclosed south and west facing sun terrace.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached
  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Semi detached

• An amazingly presented home. • Semi-Detached Bungalow. • Contemporary extensions, Garden Studio. • Magazine quality interior. • Beautifully planted garden with burn. • Near total renovation since 2017. Oft expressed but never more apparent here, a simply stunning property, and garden, the result of our clients' design vision, attention to detail and considerable investment. Originally a 1930's Semi-Detached Bungalow this house has been transformed into a sumptuous 21st Century home through significant interior redesign and the addition of a striking, zinc clad, contemporary extension, with glazed arcade, in 2018 and, in 2020, with a wonderful CR Smith "Garden Room" Orangerie. As clients will see from our imagery the subjects are presented to a standard, and style, that would be comfortably at home in the pages of an interiors journal. Similar care thought and expense has gone into the exterior of the house where the garden has been landscaped, and beautifully stocked, and includes a custom-made Garden Studio/Office, again finished in zinc cladding - a lovely spot at the foot of the garden by the waters of The Manse Burn. There are two driveways, with protective driveway gates, remote controlled and part of an extensive video, alarm, and CCTV security system. The garden has a shed and a bin store. One could exhaust in detail all that has been done but safe-to-say the programme of refurbishment has been exhaustive and the results apparent. We will let the photographs, video, immersive tour, speak for themselves but, ultimately, we would recommend viewing of the property to convey the quality of this outstanding home. It is located on a corner garden with Thorn Drive (the two driveways come off this) and Drymen Road, where there is an attractive pedestrian gate set into an arch. It is approximately 0.7 miles from Bearsden Cross and as such, very much, at the heart of this highly sought-after suburban community. Whilst the house may appeal to some families it really is a home that should find most favour with couples or individuals, the room design and layout perhaps best serving such a sector. As such, be you a professional person or couple, maybe downsizing from a large family home this property would be one of the very best appointed and finished you could possibly find. All but the main bedroom and its en-suite is on the ground floor. GROUND FLOOR Two entrances, from each driveway - to the front a Veranda leads to a vestibule and at the rear a glazed back door access the contemporary zinc clad extension and specifically its Boot Room area. Reception Hall with custom made front door. Living room (with a broad box bay window) set on a semi open plan basis to the dining kitchen, divided by a central fireplace, clad in quartz, with a double-sided glass fronted fire, above which, on either side, are two slimline flat screen Panasonic LCD TV's. (The fire is a gas log effect fire by Gazco and is remote controlled). The kitchen is dining sized all be it our client uses the dining space as a little reading nook (the 2020 Conservatory now providing the dining area). The kitchen is German and of a classic design with a combination of anthracite and pale grey units with a lovely solid composite work top that includes a peninsular dining bar for four chairs. Good range of appliances - Rangemaster stove with five gas hobs, black glass cooker hood, Neff microwave and concealed dishwasher, Samsung American style fridge freezer with ice/water dispenser and a glass fronted wine fridge, by Baumatic. The Orangerie makes for a delightful dining room and has a Mitsubishi heater/air conditioning unit [remote control]. There is a formal lounge (could be third bedroom) with French Doors leading onto an enclosed south and west facing sun terrace.

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