Nether Broadfield Farm, Howwood, Renfrewshire, PA9 1DG
Nether Broadfield Farm is an outstanding traditional farm steading built in 1825 and is now presented to the market for the first time as a fully finished, true walk-in condition home.
Having lain empty for some time, the current owners undertook a large regeneration project to bring this property back to life, with construction completed in the year 2000. This home now provides truly delightful, genuine all on one level accommodation, which boasts sympathetic décor and styling which you would expect from a home of such heritage.
The exceptional position of the property ensures substantial, secluded garden grounds extending to approximately 1.7 acres of garden, and mature woodland.
The interior of the home is sympathetic to the tradition of the home and surrounding landscape, in its style and décor, whilst clearly taking influence from modern life.
Entry to the home is via an entrance vestibule which is accessible from the sheltered rear courtyard. The layout of the property is centred around the main living space comprising a formal lounge with focal point feature fireplace and box bay window seats, and a sitting room which boasts a wood burning stove. These rooms can be opened via double doors to create one large main reception space, perfect for family gatherings and parties. From the formal lounge there is access to the conservatory overlooking the garden grounds. The door into the conservatory would have once been the main front entrance to the home, with its pillared sides and carved dated block above.
The living space extends beyond the sitting room down the central hallway to the North wing. The superb dining kitchen comprises a range of oak base and wall mounted units and worksurface with a central island topped with granite. The focal point of the kitchen is the red Rayburn cast iron range cooker, sitting in the corner, set within a traditional brick fireplace. The range provides supplementary hot water to the kitchen used for heating and cooking. Access to the double garage is through the kitchen. Also present in the North wing is the formal dining room, a generous study or alternatively guest bedroom suite, and guest W.C.
In the South wing of the property are the four main bedroom suites. The principal bedroom boasts excellent fitted storage and French doors into the courtyard. A generous three-piece shower suite with large walk-in shower serves the principal room. Bedrooms two and three are further well-proportioned double suites and bedroom four a generous single room. A four-piece family bathroom with roll top tub, and walk in shower, and a window allowing appreciation of the countryside views.
The property has exceptional finishings throughout, effortlessly blending the traditions of such a build with a contemporary makeover. Slit byre windows throughout the hallway with bare stone visible around each window is just one example. Further benefits include a modern oil-fired heating system and double glazing throughout.
Externally the home is accessed via a smooth private road which the owner tarmacked in recent years, the driveway within the courtyard provides access to the double garage. The garden grounds of the property face to both South and West ensuring sun throughout the day. The area in front of the house is laid with lawn leading to a mature wooded area. The garden is planted extensively with perennials and shrubs and easily maintained, with a summer house atop a decking area overlooking the local fields, and a separate area for large fruit and vegetable beds.
The property is wonderfully located for those looking for the much-admired rural lifestyle whilst still being within ideal proximity to all the amenities required. Bridge of Weir, Johnstone and Elderslie are all close with shopping, health and recreational facilities including multiple popular golf courses. Transport via the A737 guides you straight into Glasgow with the Airport being particularly close, public transport is abundant within the surrounding towns.
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