HD Video Available. Connel Crescent is an exclusive cul de sac of only seven detached homes offering an extremely sought after setting bordering the fairways of Dougalston Golf Club and the adjacent open grounds. Built by John Lawrence in the 1950’s, this three bedroom detached villa has been enhanced by a single storey extension and is set amidst impeccably kept and extremely private garden grounds. The home offers versatile accommodation of seven principal apartments over two levels and has been well maintained including a replacement tiled roof, double glazing and a gas fired central heating system powered by a modern Worcester Bosch boiler, installed August 2017. There has only been one home to grace the market in Connel Crescent in the last eight years and the location offers an attractive balance for those wishing to be within easy walking distance of Milngavies’ traffic free town centre yet the same time enjoys a slice of countryside including the network of walking paths along the open ground and countryside opposite. The area is served by excellent schooling at all levels and there are a wide selection of amenities on the doorstep including a choice of supermarket, shops, restaurants, sports centres and Milngavie Station provides a frequent service to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
As you turn in off Dougalston Avenue into this small cul de sac, number three Connel Crescent lies almost directly in front of you where you enter the gated entrance with the driveway continuing beneath the car port at the side of the home, to the single garage. Within the home itself, the accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge with bay window, gas fire and the room opens to the dining room with further bay window projection and access to the garden room with windows on three sides and door to the garden. The kitchen features modern wall and base units and leads to an adjoining utility porch with further access to the rear gardens and there are two bedrooms on the ground floor along with the family bathroom. Stairs then lead to the upper floor where there is a master bedroom which opens to a dressing / sitting area which could easily be partitioned off to create a separate bedroom in its own right and accesses an adjoining study which leads to the en suite bathroom. A full height access door then leads to the floored attic with lighting and the home is finished in light and neutral décor throughout. One particularly noteable feature are the beautiful gardens offering expanses of lawn to both front and rear complemented by well stocked peripheral flowers and shrubs and there is a slabbed patio along the rear providing a lovely, secluded seating area. EPC – Band D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||10.8%||£179,750||2||1.8|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£119,000 (1)||£162,800 (5)||£243,364 (11)||£336,250 (4)||-|
|Flats||£95,655 (9)||£166,158 (6)||£104,950 (1)||-||-|
|All||£97,990 (10)||£164,632 (11)||£231,829 (12)||£336,250 (4)||-|