4 Bedroom house

Drymen Road, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• Striking traditional blonde sandstone villa with six principal apartments plus study • Located just north of Bearsden Cross in conservation area • Flexible layout with an impressive footprint of approx. 1,678 sq. ft • Extended to side with conservatory/garden room to rear and upper level developed to accommodate two double bedrooms • Tremendous rear garden onto the Manse burn with south westerly aspect • Perfectly suited for home working • Tandem style garage and off-street driveway parking • Double glazing and gas central heating • Potential for further augmentation (subject to necessary planning permissions and building warrants) • Catchment for Bearsden Academy Dating from circa 1896, this handsome blonde sandstone period villa provides an incredibly versatile living arrangement that will perfectly suit the needs of any burgeoning or established family. Located just to the north of the amenity rich Bearsden Cross and equally well placed for the area's quality local primary and secondary schools, this is a rare opportunity to acquire one of a run of only six properties of distinct period character. The property was extended to the side and rear in 2000, with the alteration allowing for the two double bedrooms on the first floor carried out in 2005. Whilst presented to market in fine condition, any incoming purchaser would have ample opportunity to implement their own decorative themes and ideas over time, with the generous size and naturally level gradient of the plot affording tremendous scope for significant extension if required. In all, a beautiful traditional home deserving of prompt inspection. Regarding the internal accommodation, the subjects are best summarised as:- Entrance vestibule, reception hallway with cloaks cupboard and staircase to first floor, spacious bay windowed lounge with feature fireplace and attractive period cornicework, dedicated dining room, fitted kitchen with plenty of wall/base mounted storage and room for appliances (integrated Stoves cooker with gas hob and combo upper oven/grill), utility room off, garden room with courtesy door access to rear garden, home office/study, two separate three-piece bathroom suites. The property features four good sized double bedrooms, with two to be found on the ground floor and the additional near identically proportioned rooms (highlighted by Velux windows) to be found off a generous upper landing on the first floor. Outside, the front is nicely bordered by a run of mature hedging and bushes, with a separate gated pedestrian entryway and paved and driveway laid to Scottish pebbles affording comfortable off-street parking for 2/3 vehicles. The rear garden really does need to be inspected first-hand to be fully appreciated, with an expanse of level lawn punctuated by a variety of mature tree specimens and established borders which provide colour and interest throughout the year, with the lovely feature of the Manse burn cutting through its farthest perimeter. An expertly designed and constructed stone terrace is accessible directly from the garden room and provides a perfect space to take full advantage of the south westerly orientation to the rear, where the sun can be enjoyed all day in the summer months. Please note, the neighbouring property at No.81 Drymen Road is owned by East Dunbartonshire Council. Situation The property has a highly convenient location just to the north of ''The Cross'. Here you will find an excellent selection of shops and services, including a Marks & Spencer's (food hall), an excellent butchers and fishmongers, along with restaurants, coffee shops, a bistro bar, banks, a well-stocked Post Office and quality retailers. Bus services operate on nearby Drymen Road and, just south of the Cross, Bearsden Railway Station with four trains an hour into Glasgow's West End and City Centre, including a service terminating at Edinburgh, Waverley.

  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1678
  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached
  • SQ. FT 1678

• Striking traditional blonde sandstone villa with six principal apartments plus study • Located just north of Bearsden Cross in conservation area • Flexible layout with an impressive footprint of approx. 1,678 sq. ft • Extended to side with conservatory/garden room to rear and upper level developed to accommodate two double bedrooms • Tremendous rear garden onto the Manse burn with south westerly aspect • Perfectly suited for home working • Tandem style garage and off-street driveway parking • Double glazing and gas central heating • Potential for further augmentation (subject to necessary planning permissions and building warrants) • Catchment for Bearsden Academy Dating from circa 1896, this handsome blonde sandstone period villa provides an incredibly versatile living arrangement that will perfectly suit the needs of any burgeoning or established family. Located just to the north of the amenity rich Bearsden Cross and equally well placed for the area's quality local primary and secondary schools, this is a rare opportunity to acquire one of a run of only six properties of distinct period character. The property was extended to the side and rear in 2000, with the alteration allowing for the two double bedrooms on the first floor carried out in 2005. Whilst presented to market in fine condition, any incoming purchaser would have ample opportunity to implement their own decorative themes and ideas over time, with the generous size and naturally level gradient of the plot affording tremendous scope for significant extension if required. In all, a beautiful traditional home deserving of prompt inspection. Regarding the internal accommodation, the subjects are best summarised as:- Entrance vestibule, reception hallway with cloaks cupboard and staircase to first floor, spacious bay windowed lounge with feature fireplace and attractive period cornicework, dedicated dining room, fitted kitchen with plenty of wall/base mounted storage and room for appliances (integrated Stoves cooker with gas hob and combo upper oven/grill), utility room off, garden room with courtesy door access to rear garden, home office/study, two separate three-piece bathroom suites. The property features four good sized double bedrooms, with two to be found on the ground floor and the additional near identically proportioned rooms (highlighted by Velux windows) to be found off a generous upper landing on the first floor. Outside, the front is nicely bordered by a run of mature hedging and bushes, with a separate gated pedestrian entryway and paved and driveway laid to Scottish pebbles affording comfortable off-street parking for 2/3 vehicles. The rear garden really does need to be inspected first-hand to be fully appreciated, with an expanse of level lawn punctuated by a variety of mature tree specimens and established borders which provide colour and interest throughout the year, with the lovely feature of the Manse burn cutting through its farthest perimeter. An expertly designed and constructed stone terrace is accessible directly from the garden room and provides a perfect space to take full advantage of the south westerly orientation to the rear, where the sun can be enjoyed all day in the summer months. Please note, the neighbouring property at No.81 Drymen Road is owned by East Dunbartonshire Council. Situation The property has a highly convenient location just to the north of ''The Cross'. Here you will find an excellent selection of shops and services, including a Marks & Spencer's (food hall), an excellent butchers and fishmongers, along with restaurants, coffee shops, a bistro bar, banks, a well-stocked Post Office and quality retailers. Bus services operate on nearby Drymen Road and, just south of the Cross, Bearsden Railway Station with four trains an hour into Glasgow's West End and City Centre, including a service terminating at Edinburgh, Waverley.

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