• Pre-war 1920s Semi-Detached House.
• Three Bedrooms and two Public Rooms.
• Within a convenient, and admired, address.
• Dated specification and décor.
• Clear scope to modernise and add value.
• Double glazing.
• Gas central heating.
• Single Garage.
West Chapelton Crescent is a much admired Bearsden address and home to an array of fine traditional properties. Not far from Bearsden Cross and even handier for Bearsden Railway Station it has a fantastically convenient location.
This is a traditional brick and render Semi-Detached House of five principal apartments (two public rooms and three bedrooms) that has been our clients’ family home for almost 60 years. Whilst improvements have been made over the decades the subjects are generally of a dated vintage and would benefit from modernising allowing the purchaser scope to upgrade to their own taste and budget and in so doing, add value.
As clients will see from our floor plans the subjects are of a good scale, accentuated by high ceilings. The entrance hall is a particularly nice space and makes for a most welcoming first impression. The rooms have been double glazed, those to the front and the hall in a traditional sash and casement style albeit the double-glazed units are of an older vintage. Heating is mains gas – the boiler (a Potterton Promax Combi he Plus) was installed in 2013. Note: The radiators at the top of the stairs and in Bedroom 3 are disconnected. The property is alarmed. Usefully the loft has been floored and essentially lined (dated décor) and has been used as a children’s den in the past.
Outside is a detached single garage.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||13.6%||£247,333||3.2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£213,700 (10)||£305,824 (17)||£388,800 (5)||£528,333 (3)|
|Flats||£174,000 (1)||£288,000 (5)||£213,000 (3)||-||-|
|All||£174,000 (1)||£238,467 (15)||£291,900 (20)||£388,800 (5)||£528,333 (3)|