3 Bedroom house

Braehead Avenue, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62

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• Detached pre-war bungalow of generous proportion • Constructed in 1934/35 • Fantastic corner plot - great garden • Augmented to rear and on first floor • Versatile six apartment layout - 3-4 beds/2-3 public rooms • Breakfasting kitchen • Floor area of approx. 1,606 sq. ft • Off street driveway parking • Detached garage A property that exudes a great deal of inherent value, this charming double bay fronted bungalow delivers a seamless marriage of pre-war aesthetic/proportions and the most comfortable internal accommodation with modern conveniences throughout. Occupying a particularly appealing plot on the corner of Braehead Avenue and Crossburn Avenue, the property provides an abundance of great garden space and, should requirements dictate, would allow for further augmentation (subject to necessary warrants and permissions). Having changed hands just three times since its construction in the mid 1930's and under our clients' custodianship since 1988, this really is a much loved and beautifully preserved home that should attract interest from a wide and varied audience. Early inspection is advised. Originally built as a chalet style bungalow, it is believed that no structural alterations were made until 1997 (the possible exception here being the rear porch), when the first floor was developed to create a second bedroom and shower room from the former eaves space. The entire building was re-roofed at this point. In 2001, the rear porch was replaced by a conservatory which was subsequently rebuilt into a garden room in 2015 (this required some alteration to the original structure). Extensive upgrades to the electrics were carried out at this time, complimenting the full rewiring that was carried out in 1988 at the time of our clients' purchase. At current, the property is heated via a combination of night storage, convector heaters, and underfloor heating. There is a mains gas line that runs through Braehead Avenue and any enquiries surrounding the connection of gas to the building should be undertaken by the prospective purchaser. Summary of Accommodation -Entrance vestibule to reception hallway -Bay windowed lounge with feature fireplace -Bay windowed sitting room -Kitchen/dining area Garden Room -Three double bedrooms -Family bathroom -Shower room Externally, expanses of lawn sit beside areas of monobloc and stone chips, all bordered by established hedging with a variety of mature specimens dotted across the plot. A driveway provides off street parking for a multitude of vehicles, with a detached garage (fitted for power and light) also to be found. Situation Very handily placed but ½ mile or so from the village centre and the excellent shops and services there, including the railway station. School catchment is the high-performing Douglas Academy and nearby Craigdhu Primary. Under construction is the Oakburn Early Years Learning Centre. SAT NAV REF: G62 6DP

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  • Style/Floor Detached
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  • Style/Floor Detached

• Detached pre-war bungalow of generous proportion • Constructed in 1934/35 • Fantastic corner plot - great garden • Augmented to rear and on first floor • Versatile six apartment layout - 3-4 beds/2-3 public rooms • Breakfasting kitchen • Floor area of approx. 1,606 sq. ft • Off street driveway parking • Detached garage A property that exudes a great deal of inherent value, this charming double bay fronted bungalow delivers a seamless marriage of pre-war aesthetic/proportions and the most comfortable internal accommodation with modern conveniences throughout. Occupying a particularly appealing plot on the corner of Braehead Avenue and Crossburn Avenue, the property provides an abundance of great garden space and, should requirements dictate, would allow for further augmentation (subject to necessary warrants and permissions). Having changed hands just three times since its construction in the mid 1930's and under our clients' custodianship since 1988, this really is a much loved and beautifully preserved home that should attract interest from a wide and varied audience. Early inspection is advised. Originally built as a chalet style bungalow, it is believed that no structural alterations were made until 1997 (the possible exception here being the rear porch), when the first floor was developed to create a second bedroom and shower room from the former eaves space. The entire building was re-roofed at this point. In 2001, the rear porch was replaced by a conservatory which was subsequently rebuilt into a garden room in 2015 (this required some alteration to the original structure). Extensive upgrades to the electrics were carried out at this time, complimenting the full rewiring that was carried out in 1988 at the time of our clients' purchase. At current, the property is heated via a combination of night storage, convector heaters, and underfloor heating. There is a mains gas line that runs through Braehead Avenue and any enquiries surrounding the connection of gas to the building should be undertaken by the prospective purchaser. Summary of Accommodation -Entrance vestibule to reception hallway -Bay windowed lounge with feature fireplace -Bay windowed sitting room -Kitchen/dining area Garden Room -Three double bedrooms -Family bathroom -Shower room Externally, expanses of lawn sit beside areas of monobloc and stone chips, all bordered by established hedging with a variety of mature specimens dotted across the plot. A driveway provides off street parking for a multitude of vehicles, with a detached garage (fitted for power and light) also to be found. Situation Very handily placed but ½ mile or so from the village centre and the excellent shops and services there, including the railway station. School catchment is the high-performing Douglas Academy and nearby Craigdhu Primary. Under construction is the Oakburn Early Years Learning Centre. SAT NAV REF: G62 6DP

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