2 Bedroom house

Thorn Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• Stunningly finished semi-detached bungalow • Creatively extended, Garden Studio, Orangerie • Built in the 1930's, extensively remodelled/refurbished • Set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens with burn/bridge • Perfect for home working • Off street driveway parking/gated entry A truly superlative property of considerable aesthetic distinction, this semi-detached bungalow originally dates from the 1930's and has been completely transformed into the most stunning contemporary home. Finished to the very highest of standards throughout, the original accommodation has been significantly augmented via the implementation of a zinc clad extension with glazed arcade (2018) and, more recently, via the addition of an impressive garden room by CR Smith (2020). A property sure to attract interest from those looking to acquire a very special home that delivers a near seamless marriage of style, substance and practicality. Whilst the house may appeal to some families it really is a home that should find most favour with couples or individuals, the room design and layout perhaps best serving such a sector. For either of these buyer profiles, the property should be regarded as one of most exquisitely appointed and finished available for purchase. Summary of Accommodation Two entrances, from each driveway - to the front a Veranda leads to a vestibule and at the rear a glazed back door access the contemporary zinc clad extension and specifically its Boot Room area. Reception Hall with custom made front door. Living room (with a broad box bay window) set on a semi open plan basis to the dining kitchen, divided by a central fireplace, clad in quartz, with a double-sided glass fronted fire, above which, on either side, are two slimline flat screen Panasonic LCD TV's. (The fire is a gas log effect fire by Gazco and is remote controlled). The kitchen is German and of a classic design with a combination of anthracite and pale grey units with a lovely solid composite work top that includes a peninsular dining bar with room enough for four chairs. Good range of appliances - Rangemaster stove with five gas hobs, black glass cooker hood, Neff microwave and concealed dishwasher, Samsung American style fridge freezer with ice/water dispenser and a glass fronted wine fridge, by Baumatic. The Orangerie makes for a delightful dining room and has a Mitsubishi heater/air conditioning unit [remote control]. There is a formal lounge (could be third bedroom) with French Doors leading onto an enclosed south and west facing sun terrace (laid to recently upgraded compositive decking). From the kitchen a smart, open tread, staircase with contemporary glass screen balustrade ascends directly to the Main Bedroom, with a galleried entry, featuring a continuance of the glass balustrade - lovely design. The bedroom has a three-frame dormer window to the rear plus four Velux windows to provide abundant natural light. Wardrobe provision is built-in as are matching doors to eaves storage. En suite is a cleverly created shower room with WC, wash hand basin atop a vanity unit and shower enclosure with another thermostatic shower. Linking the kitchen to the rear extension is a wonderful glazed arcade corridor, also with door to the terrace, that leads to a well-designed utility room (German units as per the kitchen), the Boot Room and a Toilet (featuring a traditionally designed suite with high level cistern with pull chain with a warehouse style sliding door). Bedroom two - a double with bow window and a run of fitted storage wardrobes. Bathroom with period style suite by Heritage and with most tasteful grey "brick" wall tiles. A powerful thermostatic shower is set over the bath with both "deluge" and handheld shower heads.

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• Stunningly finished semi-detached bungalow • Creatively extended, Garden Studio, Orangerie • Built in the 1930's, extensively remodelled/refurbished • Set amongst beautifully landscaped gardens with burn/bridge • Perfect for home working • Off street driveway parking/gated entry A truly superlative property of considerable aesthetic distinction, this semi-detached bungalow originally dates from the 1930's and has been completely transformed into the most stunning contemporary home. Finished to the very highest of standards throughout, the original accommodation has been significantly augmented via the implementation of a zinc clad extension with glazed arcade (2018) and, more recently, via the addition of an impressive garden room by CR Smith (2020). A property sure to attract interest from those looking to acquire a very special home that delivers a near seamless marriage of style, substance and practicality. Whilst the house may appeal to some families it really is a home that should find most favour with couples or individuals, the room design and layout perhaps best serving such a sector. For either of these buyer profiles, the property should be regarded as one of most exquisitely appointed and finished available for purchase. Summary of Accommodation Two entrances, from each driveway - to the front a Veranda leads to a vestibule and at the rear a glazed back door access the contemporary zinc clad extension and specifically its Boot Room area. Reception Hall with custom made front door. Living room (with a broad box bay window) set on a semi open plan basis to the dining kitchen, divided by a central fireplace, clad in quartz, with a double-sided glass fronted fire, above which, on either side, are two slimline flat screen Panasonic LCD TV's. (The fire is a gas log effect fire by Gazco and is remote controlled). The kitchen is German and of a classic design with a combination of anthracite and pale grey units with a lovely solid composite work top that includes a peninsular dining bar with room enough for four chairs. Good range of appliances - Rangemaster stove with five gas hobs, black glass cooker hood, Neff microwave and concealed dishwasher, Samsung American style fridge freezer with ice/water dispenser and a glass fronted wine fridge, by Baumatic. The Orangerie makes for a delightful dining room and has a Mitsubishi heater/air conditioning unit [remote control]. There is a formal lounge (could be third bedroom) with French Doors leading onto an enclosed south and west facing sun terrace (laid to recently upgraded compositive decking). From the kitchen a smart, open tread, staircase with contemporary glass screen balustrade ascends directly to the Main Bedroom, with a galleried entry, featuring a continuance of the glass balustrade - lovely design. The bedroom has a three-frame dormer window to the rear plus four Velux windows to provide abundant natural light. Wardrobe provision is built-in as are matching doors to eaves storage. En suite is a cleverly created shower room with WC, wash hand basin atop a vanity unit and shower enclosure with another thermostatic shower. Linking the kitchen to the rear extension is a wonderful glazed arcade corridor, also with door to the terrace, that leads to a well-designed utility room (German units as per the kitchen), the Boot Room and a Toilet (featuring a traditionally designed suite with high level cistern with pull chain with a warehouse style sliding door). Bedroom two - a double with bow window and a run of fitted storage wardrobes. Bathroom with period style suite by Heritage and with most tasteful grey "brick" wall tiles. A powerful thermostatic shower is set over the bath with both "deluge" and handheld shower heads.

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