4 Bedroom house

Colquhoun Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• 1920s stone fronted Semi-Detached House. • In prime Conservation area address. • Extended to provide generous dining kitchen. • Three public rooms, four bedrooms. • At the heart of Bearsden. • Gas central heating, double glazed (mostly), alarm. This is a wonderful family home - a substantial semi-detached house, stone fronted, from the 1920's and located within one of Bearsden's most admired addresses. Colquhoun Drive is within the area's Conservation district and is by Bearsden Cross. You are at the heart of everything. In 1996 the house was extended at the rear to create a large, open plan, family dining kitchen with lots of windows. An excellent space and very much that which buyers seek. In all, there are three public rooms and four double bedrooms supported by the dining kitchen, utility room, cloakroom with WC compartment, bathroom, shower, entrance vestibule, lower and upper halls. The attic has been fully floored and lined (Velux window) to create a very useful work or storage room, accessed via a pull-down loft ladder. Our client made a significant investment by replacing the windows in the seven principal apartments with double glazed, timber framed, sash and casement windows (replicates the style of the original). Elsewhere, there are double glazed case windows (dining kitchen and bathroom) and some single glazed windows in less key areas, including a fine two framed stain leaded west facing staircase window. Central heating is mains gas and about seven years ago a Worcester Greenstar Highflow 440CDi combination boiler. The house is alarmed. The subjects are well presented and have some lovely features including ceiling plasterwork, fireplaces, staircase with its stain leaded window and to the lounge; a lovely arched screen/doorway. Decoratively, the mood is calm and tasteful and flooring includes, amongst other finishes, oak, and self-coloured carpets. GROUND FLOOR An impressive Entrance Vestibule, set on an angle, with stone floor; Reception Hall; Cloakroom; WC; Lounge with broad bay window and a period Claygate fireplace (living flame gas fire); Study/Music Room (the original dining room) with a timber and stone fireplace into which is set a gas stove; large Dining Kitchen, incorporating the extension with twelve windows and two Velux windows (set into the roof pitch) along with door to portico and garden. Kitchen units are in beech and principally an aqua green colour and incorporate a large centre island topped in polished Kirk stone. Appliances include five burner gas hob, oven, eye level oven,cooker hood (externally vented), concealed dishwasher and fridge; Morning Room (used as a dining room). FIRST FLOOR An impressive, return flight, staircase ascends to a half landing with the stained leaded window. Off this is a shower compartment (electric Mira ''Shore' shower) with brick glass window to the west gable; Upper Hall; four double Bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, one with a wash hand basin vanity unit; good sized family Bathroom with four-piece modern white suite (wc, ''floating' whb, bath and a shower enclosure with powerful thermostatic shower. ATTIC LEVEL Floored and lined attic room with Velux window. Power and light. Pull down loft ladder for access. EXTERIOR The front garden lies to grass with front garden wall with stone copings and with a beech hedge behind. Mature cherry blossom tree. Side beds, planted. Driveway gates open to a tarmac (front half) and brick (back half) driveway that provides off street parking for a few cars. The rear garden has a feature portico to the extension, beyond which is a lovely established garden with grass, small pond, sun deck with summer house (a real suntrap), greenhouse. There are planted beds and some fine specimen trees including a wonderful acer, copper beech and, at the pond, a dwarf twisted hazel. SITUATION Bearsden Cross, with all its excellent amenities is but a few hundred metres. Just south of The Cross is Bea

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

• 1920s stone fronted Semi-Detached House. • In prime Conservation area address. • Extended to provide generous dining kitchen. • Three public rooms, four bedrooms. • At the heart of Bearsden. • Gas central heating, double glazed (mostly), alarm. This is a wonderful family home - a substantial semi-detached house, stone fronted, from the 1920's and located within one of Bearsden's most admired addresses. Colquhoun Drive is within the area's Conservation district and is by Bearsden Cross. You are at the heart of everything. In 1996 the house was extended at the rear to create a large, open plan, family dining kitchen with lots of windows. An excellent space and very much that which buyers seek. In all, there are three public rooms and four double bedrooms supported by the dining kitchen, utility room, cloakroom with WC compartment, bathroom, shower, entrance vestibule, lower and upper halls. The attic has been fully floored and lined (Velux window) to create a very useful work or storage room, accessed via a pull-down loft ladder. Our client made a significant investment by replacing the windows in the seven principal apartments with double glazed, timber framed, sash and casement windows (replicates the style of the original). Elsewhere, there are double glazed case windows (dining kitchen and bathroom) and some single glazed windows in less key areas, including a fine two framed stain leaded west facing staircase window. Central heating is mains gas and about seven years ago a Worcester Greenstar Highflow 440CDi combination boiler. The house is alarmed. The subjects are well presented and have some lovely features including ceiling plasterwork, fireplaces, staircase with its stain leaded window and to the lounge; a lovely arched screen/doorway. Decoratively, the mood is calm and tasteful and flooring includes, amongst other finishes, oak, and self-coloured carpets. GROUND FLOOR An impressive Entrance Vestibule, set on an angle, with stone floor; Reception Hall; Cloakroom; WC; Lounge with broad bay window and a period Claygate fireplace (living flame gas fire); Study/Music Room (the original dining room) with a timber and stone fireplace into which is set a gas stove; large Dining Kitchen, incorporating the extension with twelve windows and two Velux windows (set into the roof pitch) along with door to portico and garden. Kitchen units are in beech and principally an aqua green colour and incorporate a large centre island topped in polished Kirk stone. Appliances include five burner gas hob, oven, eye level oven,cooker hood (externally vented), concealed dishwasher and fridge; Morning Room (used as a dining room). FIRST FLOOR An impressive, return flight, staircase ascends to a half landing with the stained leaded window. Off this is a shower compartment (electric Mira ''Shore' shower) with brick glass window to the west gable; Upper Hall; four double Bedrooms, one with fitted wardrobes, one with a wash hand basin vanity unit; good sized family Bathroom with four-piece modern white suite (wc, ''floating' whb, bath and a shower enclosure with powerful thermostatic shower. ATTIC LEVEL Floored and lined attic room with Velux window. Power and light. Pull down loft ladder for access. EXTERIOR The front garden lies to grass with front garden wall with stone copings and with a beech hedge behind. Mature cherry blossom tree. Side beds, planted. Driveway gates open to a tarmac (front half) and brick (back half) driveway that provides off street parking for a few cars. The rear garden has a feature portico to the extension, beyond which is a lovely established garden with grass, small pond, sun deck with summer house (a real suntrap), greenhouse. There are planted beds and some fine specimen trees including a wonderful acer, copper beech and, at the pond, a dwarf twisted hazel. SITUATION Bearsden Cross, with all its excellent amenities is but a few hundred metres. Just south of The Cross is Bea

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