3 Bedroom apartment

Schaw Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow, G61

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• Main door, three bedroomed Duplex Conversion. • A cool, contemporary, Mews style home. • Impressive specification including renewed kitchen. • Part of Bearsden's ''B' Listed landmark building. • Bathroom, shower room, WC and utility room. • Gas central heating, two parking spaces. Approximately 15 years ago, the high-end Development Company, Premier Burrell, converted Schaw House, Bearsden's most iconic building, into 23 individually designed properties. They transformed this Tudor Gothic inspired mansion, which dates from 1895, into a highly desirable residential address - living in Schaw House is a rare privilege indeed. Amongst the 23 properties there are five more individual ''Mews style' homes with No. 4 one of these - a property with its own ''front and back doors' and with accommodation set over two floors including a striking main living space that includes, on an open-plan basis, a kitchen/dining room/lounge enhanced by the features of both its staircase and the sizeable island unit designed as part of the renewed (2020) kitchen. The main bedroom (a sizeable room) is on the ground floor and boasts an impressive en-suite shower room. Servicing the two bedrooms upstairs is the main house bathroom and for guests there is a WC, on the ground floor. The bathroom, shower room and WC are very smartly equipped with high quality Duravit sanitaryware, oversized shower enclosure, thermostatic showers, chrome radiators, quality tiling and large wall fixed vanity mirrors. The kitchen is very well designed, has integrated appliances, contemporary white high gloss ''handle-less' units and gorgeous black Silestone worktops including atop the very social gathering spot of its sizeable central island. Augmenting the kitchen is a utility room. Decoratively, a contemporary mood is created with white walls and ceilings, recessed ceiling lighting and quality flooring including oak, self-coloured carpets and tile. A real feature has been made on the first floor above its hall, and the staircase, by a large double glazed roof light - throws a huge amount of light into the house and accentuates the retained ornate roof trusses on this level. All in all, a most imaginatively designed, and cool, main door property that should have broad appeal to individuals, couples and downsizers along with families. Schaw House is just north of Bearsden Cross, in a Conservation Area, and is most conveniently located for accessing the excellent amenities of the area. One can refer to the floor plan herein but to summarise, the accommodation is as follows: GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall with window and door to the east; large open plan Lounge, Dining Room and Kitchen which has two windows to the west and a ''back door' to a small patio garden. The kitchen was renewed in 2020 and includes a sizeable central island with sink, integrated dishwasher, breakfast bar and two pop up ''socket towers'. The island, along with the worktops, are finished in a striking black Silestone. Additional integrated appliances include an induction hob, cooker hood, double oven and a microwave. Adjacent to the kitchen is a run of storage cabinets including larder unit, coats and brooms cupboards; Utility Room with sink and included in the sale are the washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer; a large main Bedroom with four double width wardrobes; generous en-suite Shower Room with an double-size shower enclosure; Guest WC. FIRST FLOOR The feature staircase, finished in steel and oak, is quite semi-industrial in design and ascends on a dog leg basis to a very bright (roof light) upper Hall with exposed ornate roof trusses; two Double Bedrooms with ''Conservation' Velux windows; Bathroom including thermostatic shower attachment over the bath.

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• Main door, three bedroomed Duplex Conversion. • A cool, contemporary, Mews style home. • Impressive specification including renewed kitchen. • Part of Bearsden's ''B' Listed landmark building. • Bathroom, shower room, WC and utility room. • Gas central heating, two parking spaces. Approximately 15 years ago, the high-end Development Company, Premier Burrell, converted Schaw House, Bearsden's most iconic building, into 23 individually designed properties. They transformed this Tudor Gothic inspired mansion, which dates from 1895, into a highly desirable residential address - living in Schaw House is a rare privilege indeed. Amongst the 23 properties there are five more individual ''Mews style' homes with No. 4 one of these - a property with its own ''front and back doors' and with accommodation set over two floors including a striking main living space that includes, on an open-plan basis, a kitchen/dining room/lounge enhanced by the features of both its staircase and the sizeable island unit designed as part of the renewed (2020) kitchen. The main bedroom (a sizeable room) is on the ground floor and boasts an impressive en-suite shower room. Servicing the two bedrooms upstairs is the main house bathroom and for guests there is a WC, on the ground floor. The bathroom, shower room and WC are very smartly equipped with high quality Duravit sanitaryware, oversized shower enclosure, thermostatic showers, chrome radiators, quality tiling and large wall fixed vanity mirrors. The kitchen is very well designed, has integrated appliances, contemporary white high gloss ''handle-less' units and gorgeous black Silestone worktops including atop the very social gathering spot of its sizeable central island. Augmenting the kitchen is a utility room. Decoratively, a contemporary mood is created with white walls and ceilings, recessed ceiling lighting and quality flooring including oak, self-coloured carpets and tile. A real feature has been made on the first floor above its hall, and the staircase, by a large double glazed roof light - throws a huge amount of light into the house and accentuates the retained ornate roof trusses on this level. All in all, a most imaginatively designed, and cool, main door property that should have broad appeal to individuals, couples and downsizers along with families. Schaw House is just north of Bearsden Cross, in a Conservation Area, and is most conveniently located for accessing the excellent amenities of the area. One can refer to the floor plan herein but to summarise, the accommodation is as follows: GROUND FLOOR Entrance Hall with window and door to the east; large open plan Lounge, Dining Room and Kitchen which has two windows to the west and a ''back door' to a small patio garden. The kitchen was renewed in 2020 and includes a sizeable central island with sink, integrated dishwasher, breakfast bar and two pop up ''socket towers'. The island, along with the worktops, are finished in a striking black Silestone. Additional integrated appliances include an induction hob, cooker hood, double oven and a microwave. Adjacent to the kitchen is a run of storage cabinets including larder unit, coats and brooms cupboards; Utility Room with sink and included in the sale are the washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer; a large main Bedroom with four double width wardrobes; generous en-suite Shower Room with an double-size shower enclosure; Guest WC. FIRST FLOOR The feature staircase, finished in steel and oak, is quite semi-industrial in design and ascends on a dog leg basis to a very bright (roof light) upper Hall with exposed ornate roof trusses; two Double Bedrooms with ''Conservation' Velux windows; Bathroom including thermostatic shower attachment over the bath.

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Main DoorParking SpaceOff Road Parking

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