5 Bedroom house

Westbourne Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• Individually built Detached House (1987). • In Bearsden's Conservation Area. • A sizeable family home, super condition, impressive spec. • Private, south facing garden. • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Public rooms, Cinema room. • Open plan dining kitchen and living room. • Utility, Bathroom, En suite, Toilet. Westbourne Drive is in the Thorn district of Bearsden and is one of the areas prime addresses. Located just west of Bearsden Cross it is nearby Thorn Tennis club, Thorn Park and Bearsden Golf Club. Most of Westbourne Drive features Edwardian and pre-war homes so this individual, architect designed house, is quite a rarity. It was built in the west garden of No7, in 1987, and is an impressively designed house with a little architectural nod to the past with the three arched windows in the lounge. Our clients, second owners, have owned the house since 1997 and in that time have upgraded the property considerably, at no small expense. The hand-crafted kitchen is by Brookman's, now taken over by Smallbone, and is very much the heart of the home with its dining area and, open-plan, a charming sitting area (formerly a conservatory) - truly a lovely space for family living. Sanitary ware is all high quality including the recently renewed (2019) main family bathroom, by Porcelanosa. In addition, there is an en suite to the master bedroom and a toilet, off the hall, for guests. In 2009 the roof space was converted and made into a cinema room, easily accessed via a cleverly created staircase. This is all hardwired for sound, with speakers, and will include the hardware (TV, amp, speakers) as seen. Quality Italian wardrobes, by designer BB Italia, have been fitted to three of the bedrooms and to the upper hall - excellent work. The house is alarmed with CCTV, central heating is mains gas (Worcester Greenstar Condensing boiler - approx. 3 years old) in addition to which are some solar panels, both supplying an impressive 300 litre unvented hot water cylinder - plenty of hot water, plenty of pressure to taps and showers. The solar panels are on a Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which has about 18 months left to run, providing in addition to free hot water a return of approx. £100 per quarter. Windows are hardwood, double glazed and of a traditional design with astragal bars. Interior doors have been replaced with heavy new sets, and skirtings, in a contemporary design. There is an integrated "sprinkler" system in the event of a fire, which is a valuable and very thoughtful addition. Integral to the house, with the convenience of an electric garage door and a pass door to the utility room, is a long garage with power, light, and water tap. In most rooms there are commercial standard ceiling (recessed) LED adjustable downlights that cast a lovely tone of an evening. Outside the garden is level and at the rear secure (gated), highly private and south facing. It is all very well kept, provides a mix of considered hard and soft landscaping and to the front has a quartz gravel drive that will take five cars. Cleverly the front design of the house provides a large portico, to the front door and to the garage, allowing a dry exit from your car on rainy days. Truthfully, this is a hugely impressive home. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Vestibule; large Reception Hall with feature staircase; Lounge - arch windows to front, French doors to rear and the gardens sun terrace, contemporary fireplace with living flame gas fire basket; Dining room; family TV room; open-plan Dining Kitchen (classic style shaker units, quartz worktops, Belfast sink and appliances - (range cooker, cooker hood, fridge freezer, integrated microwave and dishwasher), through to the sitting area; Utility room (washing machine and tumble dryer); Toilet; Garage. FIRST FLOOR A dog-leg staircase with glass balustrade and, wide hardwood, handrail ascends to the first floor and a large Hall; Master Bedroom with walk in wardrobe; En suite Shower room (oversized enclosure

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  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Individually built Detached House (1987). • In Bearsden's Conservation Area. • A sizeable family home, super condition, impressive spec. • Private, south facing garden. • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Public rooms, Cinema room. • Open plan dining kitchen and living room. • Utility, Bathroom, En suite, Toilet. Westbourne Drive is in the Thorn district of Bearsden and is one of the areas prime addresses. Located just west of Bearsden Cross it is nearby Thorn Tennis club, Thorn Park and Bearsden Golf Club. Most of Westbourne Drive features Edwardian and pre-war homes so this individual, architect designed house, is quite a rarity. It was built in the west garden of No7, in 1987, and is an impressively designed house with a little architectural nod to the past with the three arched windows in the lounge. Our clients, second owners, have owned the house since 1997 and in that time have upgraded the property considerably, at no small expense. The hand-crafted kitchen is by Brookman's, now taken over by Smallbone, and is very much the heart of the home with its dining area and, open-plan, a charming sitting area (formerly a conservatory) - truly a lovely space for family living. Sanitary ware is all high quality including the recently renewed (2019) main family bathroom, by Porcelanosa. In addition, there is an en suite to the master bedroom and a toilet, off the hall, for guests. In 2009 the roof space was converted and made into a cinema room, easily accessed via a cleverly created staircase. This is all hardwired for sound, with speakers, and will include the hardware (TV, amp, speakers) as seen. Quality Italian wardrobes, by designer BB Italia, have been fitted to three of the bedrooms and to the upper hall - excellent work. The house is alarmed with CCTV, central heating is mains gas (Worcester Greenstar Condensing boiler - approx. 3 years old) in addition to which are some solar panels, both supplying an impressive 300 litre unvented hot water cylinder - plenty of hot water, plenty of pressure to taps and showers. The solar panels are on a Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) which has about 18 months left to run, providing in addition to free hot water a return of approx. £100 per quarter. Windows are hardwood, double glazed and of a traditional design with astragal bars. Interior doors have been replaced with heavy new sets, and skirtings, in a contemporary design. There is an integrated "sprinkler" system in the event of a fire, which is a valuable and very thoughtful addition. Integral to the house, with the convenience of an electric garage door and a pass door to the utility room, is a long garage with power, light, and water tap. In most rooms there are commercial standard ceiling (recessed) LED adjustable downlights that cast a lovely tone of an evening. Outside the garden is level and at the rear secure (gated), highly private and south facing. It is all very well kept, provides a mix of considered hard and soft landscaping and to the front has a quartz gravel drive that will take five cars. Cleverly the front design of the house provides a large portico, to the front door and to the garage, allowing a dry exit from your car on rainy days. Truthfully, this is a hugely impressive home. GROUND FLOOR Entrance Vestibule; large Reception Hall with feature staircase; Lounge - arch windows to front, French doors to rear and the gardens sun terrace, contemporary fireplace with living flame gas fire basket; Dining room; family TV room; open-plan Dining Kitchen (classic style shaker units, quartz worktops, Belfast sink and appliances - (range cooker, cooker hood, fridge freezer, integrated microwave and dishwasher), through to the sitting area; Utility room (washing machine and tumble dryer); Toilet; Garage. FIRST FLOOR A dog-leg staircase with glass balustrade and, wide hardwood, handrail ascends to the first floor and a large Hall; Master Bedroom with walk in wardrobe; En suite Shower room (oversized enclosure

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