3 Wardlaw Road
, Bearsden, G61 1AL

Bearsden, G61 1AL
New

Offers Over
£459,000

House

Detached House

Bed

4 Bedrooms

Bathroom

2 Bathrooms

Reception

2 Reception Rooms

Size

1,776 sq.ft

Garage

Garage

Telephone

Property Description

Built in the 1930s this red sandstone fronted Detached House is the model type noted for its generous footprint and particularly for its large, wood panelled (painted), reception hall which really does make for a wonderful first impression.

Set upon a level plot the garden is very nicely landscaped, the rear garden south facing to capture the day's sun. The subjects are in fine order, as our imagery will show, and boast an impressive specification with quality replacement double glazed windows (uPVC framed), modern fitments to the kitchen, bathroom and shower room, and a gas central heating system where the boiler has been renewed. Within the inglenook of the lounge is a handsome modern limestone fireplace with a glass fronted, remote controlled, gas fire by Gazco, a delightful cosy luxury for autumn/winter evenings.

It is a home that will appeal to both families and couples, its six main apartments can be used as three or four bedrooms as required. Much of the character of the original house is retained, enhanced by all the benefits the modern fitments and spec affords.

Highlights

Red sandstone fronted 1930s Detached House.
South facing back garden, level plot.
Within the Switchback district.
In excellent order.
Large, wood panelled, reception Hall.
Two generous Public Rooms.
4 Bedrooms (used as three plus Home Office).
Modern fitted Kitchen with integrated appliances.
Modern Bathroom and Shower room.
uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, alarm.
Detached single garage.
Very nicely landscaped gardens.

Ground Floor

Entrance Vestibule- glazed storm doors with modern, uPVC double glazed inner door, with leaded glass panel, opening to the hall.
Hall - the feature for which this house style is particularly noted for. Long and wide its wood panelled walls have been painted in a contemporary tone. Hall cupboard.
Lounge- with wide box-bay window to the front. A feature inglenook retaining two, single glazed, stained leaded lancet windows. The limestone fireplace with the Gazco, log effect, gas fire.
Dining Room-a fine sized room with an oriel bay window overlooking the rear garden.
Kitchen-this has been slightly extended from the original layout and provides a well-proportioned space with windows to side and rear. Units are white high gloss with contrasting black (speckled) worktops and upstands. Appliances include - induction hob, extractor cooker hood, fan oven, microwave. Concealed is a washing machine, dishwasher, and fridge-freezer. Boiler cupboard with renewed boiler (Vaillant ecoTECplus 832 combination boiler). uPVC back door.
Bedroom 1- an attractive box-bay windowed room. Run of fitted wardrobes with sliding mirror doors.
Bedroom 4 (Home Office)- this bedroom is used as a study.
Bathroom- modern white suite with a thermostatic shower set over the bath. Walls are tiled, ceiling PVC clad with LED ceiling down lights. Chrome towel radiator.

First floor

The staircase has a smart, brushed nickel, modern handrail fitted. It accesses a split-level landing illuminated by a timber framed double glazed Velux window.
Bedroom 2- a large bedroom with dormer window to the front. Original wardrobe cupboard plus a further fitted, shallow, cabinet.
Bedroom 3- a small single bedroom with timber framed double glazed Velux window to the rear. A hatch door provides access to a useful floored eaves storage area.
Shower Room- as with the bathroom, a modern white suite. The corner showed enclosure has a thermostatic shower.

Garden

The level plot has been landscaped to include a mix of lawns, planting, and hard landscaping. The front garden lawn is shaped and amongst other plants features a lovely eucalyptus tree. The slab and gravel driveway extends up the west side of the house and provides parking for three cars with a further fourth space in front of the house. At the end of the drive is the detached single garage (power and light installed).

To the west side a slab path leads to/through a fenced, and gated, side storage area for bins. The rear garden is south facing and has boundary fencing on three sides. There is a lawn with peripheral planting, an evening patio for sundowners, and a stone flagged sun terrace where there is a water tap.

Situation

The property is in the Switchback district of Bearsden on the southern fringe of the town. It falls within the catchment for Westerton Primary School and for the new premises of Boclair Academy. Just over half a mile away is Westerton railway station with its regular links into Glasgow 's West End and City Centre. Bearsden has long been regarded as one of Glasgow 's foremost residential suburbs with the quality of its schooling and local facilities. Easy access is provided to the West End and the City Centre and just north of Bearsden there is beautiful countryside including, within a 30/40-minute drive the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Internal photographs of the house were taken in 2023.

Sat NAV reference: G61 1AL
EPC BAND D
COUNCIL TAX BAND G
FREEHOLD

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Council Tax Band: G
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