3 Bedroom house

Pollock Road, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• 1930's Detached Bungalow in Kessington • By the admired "Southern Building Co" • 4 main apartments (can be 3 bed or 2 bed) • Kitchen, Bathroom, Attic Room, Utility, Cellar • PVCu Double glazed, Gas CH, Alarm • Garage, Car port, Summerhouse, Greenhouse, Shed The properties built in the 1920's /1930's by The Southern Building Co, in the Kessington area, are amongst Bearsden's most recognised and regarded. Extremely well built they are well designed and sit amidst generous gardens. Pollock Road is one of the quieter addresses in and this Detached Bungalow sits on the preferred side of the road, with a south facing rear garden. Essentially still an all-on-the-level the property has, though, a useful converted Attic Room - floored, lined/decorated, heating radiator, Velux window, TV point and with a "stair ladder" for access it provides a very useful ancillary room as an office, store or as a "crash-pad" bedroom. Built as a four-apartment property the house can be configured as either 3 bedrooms and a lounge, or two bedrooms and two public rooms as our client had it. As one will see from the floorplan these are supported by a kitchen and bathroom. Brick built, the house is finished in Dorset Pea render under a tiled roof. The original windows have been replaced with quality PVCu double glazing units, those to the front featuring stained leaded top sections to replicate the original. Heating is mains gas; the boiler was renewed with a high-efficiency Baxi 600 combination boiler. The house is alarmed. The design of the house, as a result of the gardens topography, has allowed for a very accessible, and useable, cellar space - access door to the side of the house into a "basement room" that has, in the past, been used by the family as a games room. It has power, light, a run of Kitchen cabinets and houses the boiler. From it there is access to the remaining sub-floor of the house (very useful for trades working). The subjects are set around a good central hall and many areas retain the original plaster ceiling cornice as well as picture rails. In terms of accommodation the property offers: Entrance Porch; Hall; bay-windowed Lounge; bay-windowed Dining Room or Bedroom 3; 2 further double Bedrooms; galley style Kitchen fitted with a range of cream-coloured shaker style units by Ikea; Bathroom with tiled walls and over the bath a thermostatic shower; the Attic Room. Outside the gardens are very neat, well planted and nicely set, the rear south-facing garden arranged on a terraced basis. There are lawns to front and rear, patios to side and rear and the garden is enclosed by fencing or hedging. Beds are well stocked with plants and shrubs; pathways are slabbed, and the driveway is gravel. The rear and side gardens are secured by gates. There is a car port to the side of the house (with security light on a sensor), beside which is a water tap. Beyond the car port is a detached singe garage. There is then a Summerhouse, Greenhouse leading to a small rear shed, and a further garden store at the back of the garage. Pollock Road is very handily placed for the shops at Kessington (includes a Sainsbury's convenience store and a large Asda) and is just along Milngavie Road from Hillfoot, and the railway station there (four trains per hour into the West End and City Centre). Bearsden Cross is approx. 1 mile north-west. School catchment is the excellent Killermont Primary and Boclair Academy (new £40m premises under construction). A house that will appeal to couples as well as to families, the latter where there could be development potential, subject to obtaining the necessary panning consents. SAT NAV REF: G61 2NJ

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  • Style/Floor Detached

• 1930's Detached Bungalow in Kessington • By the admired "Southern Building Co" • 4 main apartments (can be 3 bed or 2 bed) • Kitchen, Bathroom, Attic Room, Utility, Cellar • PVCu Double glazed, Gas CH, Alarm • Garage, Car port, Summerhouse, Greenhouse, Shed The properties built in the 1920's /1930's by The Southern Building Co, in the Kessington area, are amongst Bearsden's most recognised and regarded. Extremely well built they are well designed and sit amidst generous gardens. Pollock Road is one of the quieter addresses in and this Detached Bungalow sits on the preferred side of the road, with a south facing rear garden. Essentially still an all-on-the-level the property has, though, a useful converted Attic Room - floored, lined/decorated, heating radiator, Velux window, TV point and with a "stair ladder" for access it provides a very useful ancillary room as an office, store or as a "crash-pad" bedroom. Built as a four-apartment property the house can be configured as either 3 bedrooms and a lounge, or two bedrooms and two public rooms as our client had it. As one will see from the floorplan these are supported by a kitchen and bathroom. Brick built, the house is finished in Dorset Pea render under a tiled roof. The original windows have been replaced with quality PVCu double glazing units, those to the front featuring stained leaded top sections to replicate the original. Heating is mains gas; the boiler was renewed with a high-efficiency Baxi 600 combination boiler. The house is alarmed. The design of the house, as a result of the gardens topography, has allowed for a very accessible, and useable, cellar space - access door to the side of the house into a "basement room" that has, in the past, been used by the family as a games room. It has power, light, a run of Kitchen cabinets and houses the boiler. From it there is access to the remaining sub-floor of the house (very useful for trades working). The subjects are set around a good central hall and many areas retain the original plaster ceiling cornice as well as picture rails. In terms of accommodation the property offers: Entrance Porch; Hall; bay-windowed Lounge; bay-windowed Dining Room or Bedroom 3; 2 further double Bedrooms; galley style Kitchen fitted with a range of cream-coloured shaker style units by Ikea; Bathroom with tiled walls and over the bath a thermostatic shower; the Attic Room. Outside the gardens are very neat, well planted and nicely set, the rear south-facing garden arranged on a terraced basis. There are lawns to front and rear, patios to side and rear and the garden is enclosed by fencing or hedging. Beds are well stocked with plants and shrubs; pathways are slabbed, and the driveway is gravel. The rear and side gardens are secured by gates. There is a car port to the side of the house (with security light on a sensor), beside which is a water tap. Beyond the car port is a detached singe garage. There is then a Summerhouse, Greenhouse leading to a small rear shed, and a further garden store at the back of the garage. Pollock Road is very handily placed for the shops at Kessington (includes a Sainsbury's convenience store and a large Asda) and is just along Milngavie Road from Hillfoot, and the railway station there (four trains per hour into the West End and City Centre). Bearsden Cross is approx. 1 mile north-west. School catchment is the excellent Killermont Primary and Boclair Academy (new £40m premises under construction). A house that will appeal to couples as well as to families, the latter where there could be development potential, subject to obtaining the necessary panning consents. SAT NAV REF: G61 2NJ

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