HD Video Available. Located at the very end of this prestigious cul-de-sac of traditional homes, a creatively extended, three bedroom, blonde sandstone, semi-detached villa with expansive, south-facing gardens. Dating back to around 1880, the home was extended in 2008 and although is formed over two levels, a second fixed staircase leads to an expansive, almost full height basement. This charming, tree-lined cul-de-sac is situated off Roman Road and is therefore a short stroll from local shops, supermarkets and services at both Hillfoot and Bearsden Cross with train stations at both, linking to Glasgow and Edinburgh. The area is also home to a number of sports centres, golf clubs and is a popular choice for many families due to the excellent choice of local and private schooling.
A beautiful stained and leaded glass door opens to the entrance hall where the solid oak flooring and decorative cornicing continues throughout much of the home. The lounge enjoys dual aspects including a deep, box bay window with five separate units to the front, further cornicing and a focal point fireplace with Gazco remote gas stove. There are modern, vertical, column radiators and the owners have opened the wall of the lounge where bi-fold doors retract providing access to the expansive dining kitchen complimented by quartz surfaces, under unit lighting and include an integrated Smeg dishwasher and Smeg Range cooker. There is an adjoining utility room with access to a slabbed patio and side garden and a second door from the dining kitchen returns you to the hall leading to a study and a ground floor shower room. Stairs lead to a beautiful sitting room with full height windows and broad, sliding doors which open to form a continuous flow to the large composite deck at the same level as the sitting room floor. A beautiful staircase leads to three bedrooms, bedroom one featuring two sash and case windows, intricate cornicing and a decorative, canopied fireplace and finally, the family bathroom with Villeroy & Boch sanitaryware with heated towel radiator. From the main entrance hall, a door and a fixed staircase take you to the expansive basement offering almost full height storage/workspace.
The home is fronted by a lawned garden with peripheral flowers and shrubs and a gravelled driveway provides off-street parking. There is a slabbed patio at the side and a sizeable, compsite deck at the rear, adjacent to the sitting room. The generous gardens are predominantly lawned in two sections divided by a small pond and walkway. There are a number of mature trees including apple trees at the far end and the extremely private gardens face south and enjoy the best of the day’s sunlight. EPC – Band E
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.7%||£206,665||2.7||0.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£175,000 (2)||£187,500 (18)||£309,914 (35)||£285,947 (19)||£542,133 (15)|
|Flats||£144,250 (4)||£225,300 (10)||£326,167 (6)||£585,000 (1)||-|
|All||£154,500 (6)||£201,000 (28)||£312,292 (41)||£300,900 (20)||£542,133 (15)|