Millcroft Mill
, By Cumbernauld, Glasgow, G67 4AF

By Cumbernauld, Glasgow, G67 4AF
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Detached House


5 Bedrooms


3 Bathrooms


2 Reception Rooms


3,538 sq.ft


About 0.64 Acres


Property Description

Millcroft Mill is an attractive former 19th Century Cornmill with a traditional internal waterwheel. The handsome property is built of stone construction set beneath a slate roof and has been sympathetically renovated over the passage of time, to provide comfortable, flexible and tastefully presented modern living accommodation.

Millcroft Mill is situated in a delightful rural location and extends to about 3,538 sqft (328.7 Sq.m) and has many impressive period features including ornate cornices, timber beams, wall panels, exposed stone wall, notable mantlepiece, and a handsome period staircase. Clever use has been made of sash windows, Velux windows, and French doors all maximising natural light and views overlooking the stunning garden grounds and surrounding countryside.

Accessed off Millcroft Road, the main entrance into Millcroft Mill is flanked by stone pillars, topped with wrought iron double electric gates that open onto a sweeping tree lined gravel driveway, which provides room for multi-car parking and turning. Established and enclosed gardens of notable colour and diversity with generous area of lawn adjacent to the ShawShank Burn

An Entrance Porch warmly invites you in and leads through to the striking timber panelled Reception Hall with marble flooring. The Reception Hall is a welcoming space, centred around an impressive ornate fireplace, decorative timber mantle, and stone surround and provides access to the principal rooms on the ground floor.

The extensive living space incorporates both a spacious Sitting Room and a formal Dining Area, in a layout which is ideal for both sociable family living, as well as entertaining larger parties. The dual-function room is given definition by a part glazed door, dividing it into two distinct areas. A notable feature of the Dining Room is the gallery window showcasing the historic Waterwheel, which adds real character and charm and provides a unique focal point.

The Kitchen has heritage charm, with timber beams and an exposed stone wall and has been thoughtfully configured to align with modern lifestyle trends and incorporates a breakfast bar with seating which allows for a sociable and relaxed dining area. The Kitchen has been fitted with a generous array of oak kitchen units providing ample storage with granite worksurfaces. Completing the Ground Floor accommodation is the Study which is ideal for those working from home.

A decorative timber staircase rises to the spacious first floor landing with natural light emanating from the large sash window, giving access to the Bedroom accommodation. The Principal Bedroom is sumptuously proportioned and features traditional timber beams and wall mounted picture lights. The Principal Bedroom is flooded with natural light from a series of sash windows and French doors providing access to a small patio area with stone steps leading to the front driveway. The large en-suite Bathroom has a Jacuzzi bath, walk-in shower cabinet, WC, bidet, double wash hand basin with mirrored vanity units above and ceiling spotlights.

From the Principal Bedroom the landing leads to three further Double Bedrooms, two with large and luxurious en-suite bathrooms, both benefitting from bath and shower units, making the accommodation ideal for growing families and multi-generational households. The 4th Double Bedroom benefits from with French doors opening out to a Juliette balcony providing a wonderful outlook over the garden grounds and Shank burn. Completing the First-Floor accommodation is Bedroom 5/Nursery with sash window.

This room also has a door to a further staircase which ascends to the large Loft space which runs the full length of the house. The loft comprises of two large rooms with ample integrated storage units and ceiling spotlights. Both rooms are flooded with natural light from the Velux and sash windows and offers incredible flexibility for either a teenagers snug/den with ample space for a double bedroom and living accommodation or alternatively, a large working area of an office and sitting room as used by the current owners

Externally Millcroft Mill is set in a stunning and secluded private garden which is sheltered by stone walls, mature trees and established shrubbery. The spacious rear lawn is fringed by the Shank burn and benefits from a substantial Greenhouse and large decking area which is ideal for al-fresco dining in the warmer months.

There is a large patio area to the rear that can be accessed from the Sitting Room and provides an ideal entertaining space. Special features of the garden are the specimen trees as well as the established rose garden, numerous flowers and tranquility offered by the sound of the free running water curtsey of ShawShank burn

Summary Of Accommodation

Ground Floor: Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Study, WC.

First Floor: Principal Bedroom with en-suite Bathroom, Double Bedroom 2 with en-suite Bathroom, Double Bedroom 3 with en-suite Bathroom, Bedroom 4/Nursery, Bedroom 5.

Loft Room: Large open plan space separated into two rooms.

Exterior: The main entrance into Millcroft is flanked by stone pillars, topped with wrought iron double gates that open onto a sweeping gravel driveway, which provides room for multi-car parking and turning. Established and enclosed gardens of notable colour and diversity with generous area of lawn adjacent to the Shank Burn.

More Details

EPC - Band E
Council Tax - Band G
Tenure - Freehold

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