3 Bedroom apartment

The Clachan, Clachan Of Campsie, G66

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• 3 Bed Main Door Duplex Flat • Within the B Listed Aldessan House • In ancient Clachan of Campsie • At foothills of The Campsie's • 2 Public rooms, open plan Kitchen • Parking space and garden Aldessan House was originally a Lairds house and dates from circa 1830. In its past it has been an Inn and a Tea Room and is now this two - level Duplex Flat (first and second floors with main door ground floor access), above a café on the ground floor. Aldessan House forms part of the charming hamlet of traditional buildings at The Clachan which includes a Gallery, Wheelcraft, Gift Shop and the Café. It is beside the historic ruins, and graveyard, of St Machans - a 12th Century Church. It really is quite a captivating spot with the drama of The Campsie's behind you and at the foot of Campsie Glen where the Finglen and Aldessan Burns meet. The flat is sizeable (see floorplan) and has its own private entrance door, to the rear of the building. Also, to the rear is its own, mainly fenced, area of garden and to the west of the building there is a parking space, in the run of "private spaces" that is/will be allocated to the flat. Most of the subjects fall over the first floor, with aspects predominantly south, with two further double bedrooms with rear - facing dormer windows on the upper floor. The subjects have just been redecorated and has new floorcoverings, mainly grey coloured carpets. The kitchen units are new, and the bathroom has a modern white suite, with an electric shower over the bath. There is gas central heating with a Potterton Kingfisher system boiler. There are smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Windows are single glazed, traditional sash and casement. A door entry phone system communicates to the entrance door. Internal, fire, doors are in white Regency style. Overall a rather bright, airy and spacious apartment. GROUND FLOOR Entrance door and hallway with store cupboard and stone (carpeted) return flight stair to the first floor. FIRST FLOOR Hall; Lounge set on an open-plan arrangement to the Kitchen (white high gloss units, electric oven, gas hob, filter cooker hood); Sitting Room with south and west windows, oak veneer fireplace with electric fire; double Bedroom; Bathroom. SECOND FLOOR A further return flight stone staircase (carpeted) ascends past a window to an upper hall with two large store cupboards: two double Bedrooms, both with broad dormer windows. Clachan of Campsie is in East Dunbartonshire and lies to the west of Lennoxtoun (1.8 miles) and east of Strathblane (3.6 miles). Nearby is The John Muir Way and a National Cycle route - with the hill walks behind you and an abundance of areas in which to exercise. As a property it should appeal to individuals, couples and even families. It certainly is for those who would seek the escape that this semi-rural setting affords, notwithstanding the popularity the area has for walkers and cyclists. There are other properties, mainly traditional, that form Clachan of Campsie and there is a soon to be built quality development of six houses to the east fringe of The Clachan that will contribute to the quality of this charming little semi-rural hamlet, home to the Schoenstatt Retreat. SAT NAV REF: G66 7AB

  • Type Apartment
  • Style/Floor Double upper
  • Type Apartment
  • Style/Floor Double upper

• 3 Bed Main Door Duplex Flat • Within the B Listed Aldessan House • In ancient Clachan of Campsie • At foothills of The Campsie's • 2 Public rooms, open plan Kitchen • Parking space and garden Aldessan House was originally a Lairds house and dates from circa 1830. In its past it has been an Inn and a Tea Room and is now this two - level Duplex Flat (first and second floors with main door ground floor access), above a café on the ground floor. Aldessan House forms part of the charming hamlet of traditional buildings at The Clachan which includes a Gallery, Wheelcraft, Gift Shop and the Café. It is beside the historic ruins, and graveyard, of St Machans - a 12th Century Church. It really is quite a captivating spot with the drama of The Campsie's behind you and at the foot of Campsie Glen where the Finglen and Aldessan Burns meet. The flat is sizeable (see floorplan) and has its own private entrance door, to the rear of the building. Also, to the rear is its own, mainly fenced, area of garden and to the west of the building there is a parking space, in the run of "private spaces" that is/will be allocated to the flat. Most of the subjects fall over the first floor, with aspects predominantly south, with two further double bedrooms with rear - facing dormer windows on the upper floor. The subjects have just been redecorated and has new floorcoverings, mainly grey coloured carpets. The kitchen units are new, and the bathroom has a modern white suite, with an electric shower over the bath. There is gas central heating with a Potterton Kingfisher system boiler. There are smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Windows are single glazed, traditional sash and casement. A door entry phone system communicates to the entrance door. Internal, fire, doors are in white Regency style. Overall a rather bright, airy and spacious apartment. GROUND FLOOR Entrance door and hallway with store cupboard and stone (carpeted) return flight stair to the first floor. FIRST FLOOR Hall; Lounge set on an open-plan arrangement to the Kitchen (white high gloss units, electric oven, gas hob, filter cooker hood); Sitting Room with south and west windows, oak veneer fireplace with electric fire; double Bedroom; Bathroom. SECOND FLOOR A further return flight stone staircase (carpeted) ascends past a window to an upper hall with two large store cupboards: two double Bedrooms, both with broad dormer windows. Clachan of Campsie is in East Dunbartonshire and lies to the west of Lennoxtoun (1.8 miles) and east of Strathblane (3.6 miles). Nearby is The John Muir Way and a National Cycle route - with the hill walks behind you and an abundance of areas in which to exercise. As a property it should appeal to individuals, couples and even families. It certainly is for those who would seek the escape that this semi-rural setting affords, notwithstanding the popularity the area has for walkers and cyclists. There are other properties, mainly traditional, that form Clachan of Campsie and there is a soon to be built quality development of six houses to the east fringe of The Clachan that will contribute to the quality of this charming little semi-rural hamlet, home to the Schoenstatt Retreat. SAT NAV REF: G66 7AB

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