17 Braemar Crescent, Bearsden, G61 1DE

Offers Over £520,000

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Description

Built post war in the 1950’s by John Lawrence and the largest footprint of detached bungalow they built in the Garscube district. Our clients, as one can clearly see from the photographs herein, have undertaken a significant programme of extension and refurbishment to create this beautifully appointed and wonderful family home with three generous public rooms, a fantastic sized dining kitchen, utility room, four bedrooms, including a very large master bedroom with open-plan dressing room, four piece bathroom and three piece shower room.

It is all superbly presented and appointed with a very contemporary finish and decorative theme that will not disappoint those who view.

The extension runs across the full width of the original house and some distance back, with a new roof taken right over the extension to make both downstairs and upstairs spacious and well-proportioned. Windows feature replacement UPVC double glazing and there is a gas central heating system and, at the end of a long driveway, there is a detached single garage.

Internal doors have been renewed with excellent oak sets. The kitchen is very striking and spacious and integrates cream high gloss cupboard units with a walnut stripped style worksurface and upstand, with a peninsula unit incorporating a breakfasting bar. There is a range of integrated appliances, including gas hob, cooker hood, double oven, microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer and, in the bathroom and shower room, the sanitary ware is white and very contemporary in design with really top quality floor and wall tiling.

In terms of accommodation, the subjects comprise an attractive entranceway with curved walls to a front door opening to reveal the reception hall where the staircase to the upper floor has been very cleverly designed by the architect into the layout. There is a spacious corner lounge, a corner orientated sitting room and, open-plan to the kitchen, a large dining room with patio doors onto a rear sun terrace and, subsequently, the back garden. The kitchen is in two distinct areas, divided by the peninsula unit/breakfasting bar, and has the aforementioned high gloss cream units with discreet kickboard LED lighting to complement the low voltage ceiling lights. To augment the kitchen, there is a similarly fitted utility room, off the dining room, with window and side door for external access.

The master bedroom is on the ground floor and is a large room, incorporating an open-plan and fitted dressing area with wardrobe provision. Completing the ground floor accommodation, there is a fully tiled and very contemporary three piece shower room with bathroom furniture.

Upstairs, the staircase is return flight and ascends to the upper hall where there are three bedrooms, including two large dormer bedrooms (one to the front and one to the rear), both of which have walk-in dressing closets. Bedroom four is also a double room but smaller in scale with a double bank of Velux windows and, to service the bedrooms on this level, is a four piece bathroom with w.c., w.h.b., bath and an oversized shower enclosure.

The property is on the edge of Garscube Estate and its gardens lie to front and rear, with the rear garden fenced in and enclosed and incorporating artificial grass and a rather lovely sundeck, with high fencing and hedging for screening. The aspect from the rear is a good one in that there is a strip of ground beyond the plot running adjacent to Switchback Road, beyond which is an established are of wooded ground.

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