3 bed Detached house (for sale) West Chapelton Drive, Bearsden, Glasgow G61

£389,000
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Rettie & Co - Bearsden
165 Milngavie Road, Bearsden, Glasgow
0141 376 4124
First Published

24th Sep 2022

Last Published

5th Oct 2022

 

Features

  • Type: Detached house
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Listing status: sale
  • Country: Scotland

Description

• 1930s Detached House in the Chapelton district.
• Two Public Rooms, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room.
• Three Bedrooms, two Shower Rooms.
• Handy Upper Hall/Home Office area.
• Modern UPVc double glazing (2008 to 2015 period).
• Gas central heating with combination boiler.
• Southerly orientated rear garden.
• Broad front garden with large monobloc drive.
• Car Port, two Sheds, Greenhouse.
• Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy catchment.
Built circa 1936 a Detached Dormer Bungalow located in the established, and highly convenient, Chapelton district – just south of Bearsden Cross, nearby Bearsden Railway Station, and set between Drymen Road and Milngavie Road.
Set on the southerly side of the Drive, the house has a southerly aspect to the rear of the house and in the rear garden. The front garden has quite a broad frontage and includes a generous monobloc driveway and pathway area, along with car port to the westerly side and slabbed hardstanding to the easterly side of the house.
The property was built as a bungalow and in 1998 first floor accommodation was created to provide a third bedroom (with dormer window), shower room and a useful hall area, with large Velux window, that would readily make a handy spot for a home office. Prior to this, circa 1989, a rear extension was added that provides a dining/living space off the kitchen and in 2011 a utility room was built off that (refer to floor plan).
The house is brick built and has cavity wall insulation (installed in 2012 with a 25 Year Guarantee). Windows, and external doors, have all been replaced with double glazing featuring UPVc frames along with double glazed front doors and a UPVc rear door. The windows and doors were installed at different periods between the years of 2008 and 2015. The only window not replaced in this period was the ground floor shower room which would be over 26 years old. Velux windows are older (1998) and are timber framed. Central heating is mains gas with a Sabre 29 he Combination Boiler.

Ground floor


• Entrance Vestibule – Storm doors.
• Hall – Coats area and two small hall cupboards.
• Lounge – A fine room with a broad bay window to the front and an original tiled fireplace with real fire. Stripped and varnished pine floorboards are a lovely feature.
• Dining/Living Room – Also with stripped pine floorboards this is another fine sized room with a further original tiled fireplace, this time with a living flame coal effect gas fire inset. The custom-made pine staircase here provides access to the first floor.
• Kitchen – Installed circa 2001. Open plan to the dining/living area extension. Appliances include a four-burner gas hob, oven, filter cooker hood, fridge, slimline dishwasher.
• Kitchen/Dining/Living Area – A more informal day-to-day space with three windows on two sides (one to the east and two to the south) and an area, which combined with the kitchen, really makes for that important day-to-day heart of the home use.
• Utility Room – From 2011. Window to the front, access door to the side. White high gloss kitchen units with contrasting work surfaces with a sink. The freezer here will be included in the sale.
• Bedroom 1 – The main bedroom is on this floor and features a broad bay window to the front to match that in the lounge.
• Bedroom 2 – A small double room that is utilised as a Study with a window overlooking the rear garden.
• Shower Room – Originally a bathroom but now with a white shower suite including an oversized shower enclosure with a thermostatic shower.

First floor


A quality handmade pine staircase, with open treads, ascends to the first floor.
• Hall/Home Office – A handy space with large Velux window. Two access points to eaves storage.
• Bedroom 3 – A double room featuring a three-frame dormer window to the front, storage cupboard and coombe ceiling.
• Shower Room – A second shower room with a champagne-coloured suite and a standard sized shower enclosure with a Triton electric shower.

Garden


To the front there is a brick garden wall with a mature conifer hedge above. A single hinged timber driveway gate opens to a wide monobloc drive that leads to the car port at the westerly side of the property and turns in front of the house to the east side where there is a slabbed hardstanding area. There is a lovely front shrubbery and flower bed that is particularly well stocked and a second shrubbery bed to the side of the drive. To each side of the house there are gates to secure the back garden with an external water tap at the car port.
The rear garden is southerly facing and incorporates a large slabbed patio across the back of the house, beyond this a shaped lawn and beyond this a bottom area of planted garden. There are two Garden Sheds, one of which is quite long and has power and light installed. Aluminium framed Greenhouse. The rear garden is all enclosed.

Situation


The property falls within the catchment for Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy Schools but also within Bearsden is St Nicholas’s Primary on Duntocher Road and the Junior School for The High School of Glasgow on Ledcameroch Road. Not far away on Station Road is Bearsden Railway Station which has regular links into Glasgow’s West End and City Centre including a service to Edinburgh Waverley, Bearsden Cross is less than a mile away and here there is an excellent cross section of shops and services including a Marks & Spencer Foodhall. Situated between Drymen Road and Milngavie Road the house is very conveniently located for accessing the shops and services to be found at Kessington and at Hillfoot and for readily commuting to Glasgow’s West End and City Centre by road.
Sat nav ref: G61 2DB
tenure: Freehold
EPC : Band C
council tax : Band G

• 1930s Detached House in the Chapelton district.
• Two Public Rooms, Dining Kitchen, Utility Room.
• Three Bedrooms, two Shower Rooms.
• Handy Upper Hall/Home Office area.
• Modern UPVc double glazing (2008 to 2015 period).
• Gas central heating with combination boiler.
• Southerly orientated rear garden.
• Broad front garden with large monobloc drive.
• Car Port, two Sheds, Greenhouse.
• Bearsden Primary and Bearsden Academy catchment.
Built circa 1936 a Detached Dormer Bungalow located in the established, and highly convenient, Chapelton district – just south of Bearsden Cross, nearby Bearsden Railway Station, and set between Drymen Road and Milngavie Road.
Set on the southerly side of the Drive, the house has a southerly aspect to the rear of the house and in the rear garden. The front garden has quite a broad frontage and includes a generous monobloc driveway and pathway area, along with car port to the westerly side and slabbed hardstanding to the easterly side of the house.
The property was built as a bungalow and in 1998 first floor accommodation was created to provide a third bedroom (with dormer window), shower room and a useful hall area, with large Velux window, that would readily make a handy spot for a home office. Prior to this, circa 1989, a rear extension was added that provides a dining/living space off the kitchen and in 2011 a utility room was built off that (refer to floor plan).
The house is brick built and has cavity wall insulation (installed in 2012 with a 25 Year Guarantee). Windows, and external doors, have all been replaced with double glazing featuring UPVc frames along with double glazed front doors and a UPVc rear door. The windows and doors were installed at different periods between the years of 2008 and 2015. The only window not replaced in this period was the ground floor shower room which would be over 26 years old. Velux windows are older (1998) and are timber framed. Central heating is mains gas with a Sabre 29 he Combination Boiler.

Ground floor


• Entrance Vestibule – Storm doors.
• Hall – Coats area and two small hall cupboards.
• Lounge – A fine room with a broad bay window to the front and an original tiled fireplace with real fire. Stripped and varnished pine floorboards are a lovely feature.
• Dining/Living Room – Also with stripped pine floorboards this is another fine sized room with a further original tiled fireplace, this time with a living flame coal effect gas fire inset. The custom-made pine staircase here provides access to the first floor.
• Kitchen – Installed circa 2001. Open plan to the dining/living area extension. Appliances include a four-burner gas hob, oven, filter cooker hood, fridge, slimline dishwasher.
• Kitchen/Dining/Living Area – A more informal day-to-day space with three windows on two sides (one to the east and two to the south) and an area, which combined with the kitchen, really makes for that important day-to-day heart of the home use.
• Utility Room – From 2011. Window to the front, access door to the side. White high gloss kitchen units with contrasting work surfaces with a sink. The freezer here will be included in the sale.
• Bedroom 1 – The main bedroom is on this floor and features a broad bay window to the front to match that in the lounge.
• Bedroom 2 – A small double room that is utilised as a Study with a window overlooking the rear garden.
• Shower Room – Originally a bathroom but now with a white shower suite including an oversized shower enclosure with a thermostatic shower.

First floor


A quality handmade pine staircase, with open treads, ascends to the first floor.
• Hall/Home Office – A handy space with large Velux window. Two access points to eaves storag...

 

Local info for G61

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Property Value Data/Graphs for G61

Property Type % Avg. current value Avg. # beds Avg. # bathrooms
Semi-detached house 22.7% £240,800 2.6 1
Flat 20.5% £250,333 2.2 1.2
Detached bungalow 13.6% £335,500 3.2 1.2
Detached house 13.6% £532,500 4 2.7
End terrace house 13.6% £247,333 3.2 1.3
Terraced house 4.5% £160,000 2 0.5
Villa 4.5% £280,000 3 0.5
Bungalow 2.3% £340,000 3 2
Cottage 2.3% £220,000 2 1
Town house 2.3% £325,000 3 2

Area Information

Average Price Paid

£355,933

Sales

3250

Current Average Value

£298,136

Value Change

£57,797 19.4%

 

Current Asking Prices in G61 Average: £298,136

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)

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