4 Bedroom house

Braehead Avenue, Milngavie, Glasgow, G62

Offers over £479,000

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• Truly stunning traditional detached bungalow • Beautifully finished throughout to a very high standard • Adaptable layout across six principal apartments, with a floor area of approx. 1,828 ft • Cleverly altered over time • Landscaped rear garden - areas of lawn, stone paviours and flower beds • Douglas Academy and Craigdhu Primary catchment • Detached garage with remote controlled door - fitted for power/light • Perfectly suited to home working • Off street driveway parking Dating originally from the 1930's and nicely situated within one of Milngavie's most desired residential pockets, this immaculately presented bungalow truly is one of the best examples of its kind to come to market in recent years. Delivering a seamless marriage of intricate period detail and the very best of contemporary fixtures, fittings and appliances, this really is a deluxe family home in every sense. Prompt first-hand inspection is advised. As previously alluded to, the specification is exacting, with highlights including original waxed/treated hardwood floors (ground floor), AGA cooker with matching fridge freezer, AGA backlit log burning stove with stone surround and driftwood mantelpiece, Tado smart thermostat (regulated programmable heating), cast iron radiators, Google Nest video doorbell, and programmable LED lighting. Over the course of their custodianship, our clients have also replaced the gas central heating boiler (now a Vaillant ecoTec plus 835 combination system), with significant upgrades to the insulation within the roof space further contributing towards the energy efficiency of the home. Whilst enjoying said modern conveniences, any changes/upgrades have been made with great care and sympathy towards the immaculate period detail including, flooring, fireplaces, glasswork, doors and architraves. Initial inspection will uncover the impressive external condition of the property, with an imposing double bay frontage set underneath a pitched roof set to Terracotta tiles. Assessment of the rear projection provides a clearer insight into the generous size of the property, with the conical spire set above the sun room extension ( 2001) providing a real point of interest and marrying well with the original main body of the house. Access to the property is provided via a double leaf storm door opens up to a useful vestibule/porch which subsequently give way to the main body of the accommodation which can be summarised as:- -Reception hallway with staircase and under stair storage -Bay windowed lounge with AGA log burning stove punctuated by two feature windows -Dining room -Dining kitchen (central island with 2 burner induction hob and Neff oven/microwave) -Corner sitting room with feature stained glass window - French doors to rear -Utility room with room for appliances, traditional pulley -Family bathroom (2020) double width bath, over set shower, bespoke sink by Etsy, -Two ground floor bedrooms -First floor Master suite - ensuite with walk in shower enclosure. Walk in Dressing area -Fourth single bedroom/home office with generous built in storage cupboards Outside Fully enclosed at either side, the entirely level rear garden is of fantastic proportion and features areas of lawn, hard landscaping, and flower beds which combine to great effect. A summer house is located to a far corner of the rear garden, whilst the detached garage (with garden store to rear) provides an ideal space for storage. Off street parking is afforded by an expanse of monobloc, which provides access across the side of the house and into the garage. 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. The newly opened Oakburn Early Years Learning Centre is also nearby, SAT NAV REF: G62 6DP

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  • Style/Floor Detached
  • Type House
  • Style/Floor Detached

• Truly stunning traditional detached bungalow • Beautifully finished throughout to a very high standard • Adaptable layout across six principal apartments, with a floor area of approx. 1,828 ft • Cleverly altered over time • Landscaped rear garden - areas of lawn, stone paviours and flower beds • Douglas Academy and Craigdhu Primary catchment • Detached garage with remote controlled door - fitted for power/light • Perfectly suited to home working • Off street driveway parking Dating originally from the 1930's and nicely situated within one of Milngavie's most desired residential pockets, this immaculately presented bungalow truly is one of the best examples of its kind to come to market in recent years. Delivering a seamless marriage of intricate period detail and the very best of contemporary fixtures, fittings and appliances, this really is a deluxe family home in every sense. Prompt first-hand inspection is advised. As previously alluded to, the specification is exacting, with highlights including original waxed/treated hardwood floors (ground floor), AGA cooker with matching fridge freezer, AGA backlit log burning stove with stone surround and driftwood mantelpiece, Tado smart thermostat (regulated programmable heating), cast iron radiators, Google Nest video doorbell, and programmable LED lighting. Over the course of their custodianship, our clients have also replaced the gas central heating boiler (now a Vaillant ecoTec plus 835 combination system), with significant upgrades to the insulation within the roof space further contributing towards the energy efficiency of the home. Whilst enjoying said modern conveniences, any changes/upgrades have been made with great care and sympathy towards the immaculate period detail including, flooring, fireplaces, glasswork, doors and architraves. Initial inspection will uncover the impressive external condition of the property, with an imposing double bay frontage set underneath a pitched roof set to Terracotta tiles. Assessment of the rear projection provides a clearer insight into the generous size of the property, with the conical spire set above the sun room extension ( 2001) providing a real point of interest and marrying well with the original main body of the house. Access to the property is provided via a double leaf storm door opens up to a useful vestibule/porch which subsequently give way to the main body of the accommodation which can be summarised as:- -Reception hallway with staircase and under stair storage -Bay windowed lounge with AGA log burning stove punctuated by two feature windows -Dining room -Dining kitchen (central island with 2 burner induction hob and Neff oven/microwave) -Corner sitting room with feature stained glass window - French doors to rear -Utility room with room for appliances, traditional pulley -Family bathroom (2020) double width bath, over set shower, bespoke sink by Etsy, -Two ground floor bedrooms -First floor Master suite - ensuite with walk in shower enclosure. Walk in Dressing area -Fourth single bedroom/home office with generous built in storage cupboards Outside Fully enclosed at either side, the entirely level rear garden is of fantastic proportion and features areas of lawn, hard landscaping, and flower beds which combine to great effect. A summer house is located to a far corner of the rear garden, whilst the detached garage (with garden store to rear) provides an ideal space for storage. Off street parking is afforded by an expanse of monobloc, which provides access across the side of the house and into the garage. 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. The newly opened Oakburn Early Years Learning Centre is also nearby, SAT NAV REF: G62 6DP

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