A fantastic example of a regularly sought-after but seldom available, all-on-the-level period bungalow, with an unassumingly spacious four apartment layout, sitting on a generous south facing garden plot towards the head of a quiet, no-though road, in a much sought-after and established location.
This hugely impressive, red sandstone fronted bungalow dates originally from the 1920s and perfectly marries beautifully kept period detail, proportions and ceiling heights with smart neutral decorations and high-quality modern appointments. The specification includes a smartly re-fitted kitchen with a range of integral appliances, a contemporary bathroom, double glazed window units, and there is a system of gas fired central heating by way of a highly efficient Weissman combination boiler that was installed in 2019. Early internal inspection is strongly advised to appreciate the size and standard of accommodation on offer at this asking price.
In terms of accommodation the property comprises a handy entrance vestibule opening into a warm and welcoming reception hallway with hatch over to an invaluable floored attic storage area. There is an immediately impressive formal lounge with marble fireplace detail to focal wall and a broad bay window over the garden to front. The sitting/dining room, which could also be a utilised as a third bedroom, is rear facing and has a marble fireplace and original arched display cabinet to focal wall. The kitchen has a door direct to the garden at the rear and is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted storage units with contrasting granite work surface areas, inset sink, and there is a range of high-end Neff integral appliances to include a ceramic hob, eye-level oven and microwave, dishwasher, and washer dryer. Additionally, there is an integral Hotpoint fridge freezer. Both bedrooms are generous in scale and will easily accommodate a double bed and furniture, with the principal having a broad bay window to front. The accommodation is completed by a well-appointed bathroom with tiling to full height all round and a traditionally style three-piece bathroom suite with mixer shower over bath.
Outside, the front garden is bounded by privet hedging and incorporates a level lawn and a variety of bordering plants/shrubs. There is a driveway to side that provides off-street parking for up to four cars and leads to a single detached garage with power and lighting. The delightful rear garden is south facing and well screened with mature trees, aiding in a good degree of privacy and seclusion. The garden itself has a level lawn and planted area, along with a sizeable, paved patio ideal for entertaining/alfresco dining.
The property is conveniently placed for access to an excellent variety of amenities upon Stonelaw Road. More extensive facilities can be found on Rutherglen Main Street and further afield at Kingsgate Retail Park which is only a short drive to the southeast. Recreational pursuits are varied within the general area and include well maintained parks, golf courses, gyms, and excellent schooling at both primary and secondary levels. There are excellent bus links to the City Centre, and Burnside railway station sits only a short distance from the property. There are also excellent road links close by giving easy access to the surrounding areas and the Central Belt motorway network system.
The Energy Performance rating on this property is Band F.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.6%||£121,667||2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£152,500 (2)||£140,823 (17)||£213,436 (16)||£296,667 (6)||-|
|Flats||£76,499 (18)||£109,076 (39)||£112,055 (16)||-||-|
|All||£84,100 (20)||£118,713 (56)||£162,746 (32)||£296,667 (6)||-|