14 Glenburn Road
, Bearsden, G61 4PT

Bearsden, G61 4PT
Under Offer
Pin View on map

Offers Over
£795,000

House

Detached House

Bed

4 Bedrooms

Bathroom

3 Bathrooms

Reception

3 Reception Rooms

Garage

Garage

Telephone

Property Description

A rare opportunity to acquire a stone Detached House at Bearsden Cross in one of the prime addresses in Old Bearsden's Conservation Area. Set up on a glorious garden of some 0.28 acres.

3 Reception Rooms
Conservatory
4 double Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
Cloakroom/WC
Kitchen
Laundry/Utility Room
Very useful, and accessible, Attic Room
Amazing garden
Large garage
Superb location

A handsome blonde sandstone Detached House, circa 1900, set amidst a truly beautiful garden awash with specimen planting, colour, lawn, terraces, interest, and privacy.

The house is a classic Bearsden villa of seven principal apartments (3 reception rooms and 4 bedrooms) in addition to which is a conservatory, kitchen, large laundry/utility, 3 bathrooms, cloakroom/WC, and a very useful attic room (access via stair from first floor hall).

Whilst the decor and specification is of a certain vintage it has been a generally well maintained house and importantly has had some key improvements including a re-slated roof, double glazed windows, and a gas central heating system with a, 2013, Scottish Gas 532/i combination boiler. Outside, at the end of a long block-paved driveway is a large, detached garage with a remote-controlled door. To the other side of the back garden is a quality greenhouse.

The location of the house is superb, just minutes’ walk from Bearsden Cross and the excellent shops and amenities there. School catchment is Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy. In Bearsden, on Ledcameroch Road, is the Junior School for The High School of Glasgow with its senior school just south of Bearsden at Anniesland. On Duntocher Road is St Nicholas’ Primary and on Drymen Road is the Bearsden Early Years Centre. South of The Cross is Bearsden railway station with regular services to the West End and City Centre.

Ground Floor

A rather pretty entrance Portico

Vestibule

Reception Hall

Lounge - with the large 6-frame box bay window to the front (south). Post war stone fireplace with living flame coal effect gas fire. Cornice.

Dining Room - also with a wide box bay window to the front (5-frame). Recessed living flame coal effect gas fire (remote controlled). Ceiling cornice and centre plaster rose.

Sitting Room - this is a cosy day-to-day family room with rear facing window. Plaster cornice and centre rose. Modern composite stone fireplace at the focal point of the room in a classic design with cast iron inlay and another living flame coal effect gas fire. Door to conservatory.

Conservatory - set to the west side of the house with stone coursework up to windowsill level above which are uPVC framed double glazed windows and French doors. Tiled floor.

Kitchen - Magnet kitchen with oak doors and marble style laminate worktops and upstands into which is set a composite sink. Window to rear. Appliances include - cooker with gas hobs, cooker hood, dishwasher, fridge.

Rear Hallway - this provides access to the laundry/utility room and off it is a store in which the boiler is located with a small single glazed window. Back door.

Laundry/Utility Room - two single glazed rear windows. Belfast sink. The washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer will be included in the sale. Store area with shelves and two small single glazed windows

First Floor

The original return flight staircase ascends to the first floor and passes two large windows at the half landing. The upper hall provides access to the bedrooms and there is a door opening to reveal the staircase to the attic room.

Bedroom 1 - the grand main bedroom with a wide 5-frame box bay window to the front. Running along the length of the main wall is fitted wardrobe provision.

Ensuite Bathroom - an internal room created. It has a modern white WC but an older vintage peach coloured wash hand basin and bath. Electric Triton T80 shower. Electric towel radiator and a fan heater.

Bedroom 2 - another fine size double bedroom with a 2-frame window to the front.

Bedroom 3 - double bedroom again with window to the rear overlooking the glorious back garden. Fitted wardrobes along one wall along with a fitted dressing table.

Bedroom 4 - the smallest bedroom but still a double with window to the rear.

Bathroom - tile floor and walls. Pine ceiling. White suite with a shower attachment over the bath. Window to the front. Electric towel radiator.

Second Floor

Attic Room - this is accessed via a steep set of stairs, from the hall to a second-floor landing which has a small Velux window. A door opens to a deep fitted shelved store cupboard.

Has been used as a bedroom in the past but would make a great playroom or indeed study. It has a Velux window to the rear with a great view towards the gothic landmark of Schaw House at the distant view to The Campsie Fells. No radiator in this room.

Ensuite Bathroom – white suite. Velux window. Electric towel radiator.

Most of the house is double glazed of mixed style and vintage with many in white uPVC and some in uPVC clad aluminium. Velux windows are double glazed and as detailed earlier there are some small single glazed windows.

This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of Bearsden’s fine period homes in one of the areas prime addresses.

Undoubtedly a home for a lifetime.

Sat Nav Ref: G61 4PT

EPC : BAND E
COUNCIL TAX : BAND H
TENURE : FREEHOLD

More Details

Situation: Private Garden
Council Tax Band: H
Tenure: Freehold

Contact Us

Siobhan Cox

Siobhan Cox

Director
Karen Lochead CeMAP

Karen Lochead CeMAP

Mortgage & Protection Advisor
Mortgage Calculator
Monthly payments
Please set an interest rate.

Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage. There may be a fee for mortgage advice. The actual amount you pay will depend upon your circumstances.

Tax Calculator
LBTT calculator for properties purchased in Scotland. Stamp Duty calculator for properties purchased in England.
Land & buildings transaction tax (LBTT)
= £0
New build house with stone and timber cladding

Looking To Sell Or Let?

Rettie is one of the most trusted and well-respected names in property. Our unrivalled market knowledge helps people from around the world buy, sell, let and develop property in Scotland and the North East of England - from city apartments and rural cottages to large townhouses and prime country homes, farms and estates. We deal with some of the most prestigious properties on the market, but provide the same exceptional standards of service and value for money to all our clients.