42 Iain Road
, Bearsden, G61 4PB

Bearsden, G61 4PB
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Terraced House


2 Bedrooms


1 Bathroom


2 Reception Rooms


Property Description

  • Extended pre-war (1930s) End Terraced House.
  • Provides large Dining Kitchen, Home Office or Snug, WC.
  • Lovely bay windowed Lounge with fireplace.
  • Two bedrooms.
  • Bathroom.
  • Off-road parking for two cars, plus a garage.
  • Smart garden with patio and excellent sundeck.
  • uPVC double glazing. Gas central heating (combi boiler).
  • In excellent order throughout.
  • Great location nearby primary schools and Bearsden Academy.A brick built pre-war End Terraced House, by John Lawrence, with a very impressive, pitched roof rear extension (2020/2021) that adds that all important large family dining kitchen. This has French doors accessing a wide sundeck across the back of the house. The extension also provides a WC and a very useful, and versatile, snug/home office/playroom (see floor plan). The latter could make for a handy ‘stay over’ bedroom on occasions.As clients will clearly see from the photographs and video, the house is in first class order with tastefully decorated rooms, quality floor coverings (large format tiles, quality oak LVF, and carpet). Internal doors have been replaced with white ‘New England’ style sets. The lounge has a classically styled fireplace with slate inlay and hearth and a living flame gas fire, with panelled wall and a shelved wall, with cabinet, either side of the chimneybreast.The kitchen units, in a modern anthracite grey colour, are by Howdens and have a low profile (22mm) Calacatta Mineral laminate worktop and matching wall panels. Handles are brushed brass effect Zamak. Integrated appliances include – induction hob, oven, cooker hood, concealed washing machine, dishwasher, and fridge/freezer. Sanitary ware (WC and bathroom) is contemporary white. Central heating is mains gas with a modern Vokera Easi-Heat Plus combination boiler. Windows are all double glazed with most dating from 2014, with those in the extension circa 2020/2021.The garden has also been improved with a two-car wide gravel drive to the front, plus single garage, with a nicely stocked side bed edged in chunky sleepers. To the west boundary is a fence. There is a lovely rear garden with, firstly, the full-width sundeck across the extension and, from this, a lower garden with grass and a very smart grey stone slabbed patio with ‘end on’ sleepers as an edging. Grey painted garden shed.Ground Floor
  • Entrance Hallway – Regency style front door. Oak LVF floor.
  • Lounge – box bay window to the front. The fireplace and the feature wall details. Quality oak LVF flooring.
  • Dining Kitchen – incorporating the original kitchen area plus the extension, this is now the key room in the house and a great space. French doors, and window, to the rear and to the sundeck. Plenty of space for table and chairs. Large format grey floor tiles add to the very contemporary feeling of this room.
  • Home Office/Snug – used as a playroom and could be a little ‘crash pad bedroom’ for occasional stayovers. Cupboard.
  • WC – contemporary white suite. Chrome towel radiator.First Floor
  • The staircase ascends to the first-floor landing, which has a hatch to the property’s roof space.
  • Bedroom 1 – a good sized main bedroom, enhanced by the wide box bay window. Deep fitted wardrobe set over the stair head.
  • Bedroom 2 – a small double/large single bedroom that is used as a nursery and featuring a lovely, profiled ceiling cornice.
  • Bathroom – white suite once again with a powerful thermostatic shower set over the bath. Large format grey floor tiles and a white tile ‘in relief’ around the bath area. Chrome towel radiator.GarageTo the west gable of the house is a single garage with metal up and over door.SITUATIONThe house is located nearby Castlehill Primary School (catchment), St Nicholas’ Primary and the high performing Bearsden Academy, both at Courthill (approximately quarter of a mile away). Iain Road is on the fringe of the Thorn/Castlehill districts and is but half a mile from Bearsden Cross, the heart of Bearsden. Here you will find an excellent selection of local shops and services, including a Marks & Spender’s Food Hall. There are cafés, restaurants and, just south of the Cross, Bearsden railway station with its regular links into the city centre and West End. Nearer by there are a couple of well-stocked general convenience stores.

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More Details

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

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