HD Video Available. A truly stunning, two-bedroom mews set within Bearsden’s landmark building, Schaw House. Schaw House is a magnificent 19th century, Category B listed Gothic mansion by architect James Thomson, sympathetically converted by Premier Burrell. The main building itself offers a wide range of luxurious apartments and the available property is one of a small number of mews houses. Accessed via its own two main door entrances, this home benefits from two residents parking spaces plus visitor parking and its’ own privately owned, easy to maintain garden. In addition, owners are entitled to use the expansive formal lawned grounds surrounding Schaw House. This property offers all the benefits of being finished to an uncompromising specification, including high end kitchen, bathrooms and en-suite fittings all behind the truly striking ornate, blonde sandstone facade. Formed over two levels, the home offers almost 1,400 sq ft of living accommodation. Schaw House offers a peaceful yet convenient location within the highly sought after Gartconnel district of Bearsden, a short distance from a wide range of amenities at nearby Bearsden Cross. The area is also home to a choice of public transport options, including Bearsden train station to the south of Bearsden Cross, as well as excellent schooling at all levels and a number of local parks and golf clubs.
The interior offers an appealing, open-plan design and the quality specification is immediately evident within the entrance hall, with beautiful, wooden, slatted window shutters. The theme of fresh, light décor and solid oak flooring continues throughout most of the home. The lounge opens to the dining area, located next to the fully fitted kitchen with cream gloss units, integrated Smeg gas hob and Bosch oven, microwave and dishwasher, all highlighted by modern ceiling, under unit, low and high level feature lighting. The lounge features a door to the garden and a beautifully tiled WC completes the ground floor. Stairs lead to the galleried landing which is flooded in natural light by a glass atrium with eight skylight windows, some of which are remotely operated. This area is complimented further by beautiful, intricate ceiling detail and archways. From here, there are two well-sized, double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, further remotely operated Velux windows and blinds. The master has an adjoining en-suite shower room which is similarly tiled to the impressive, principal bathroom off the upper landing, again featuring a heated towel radiator, Duravit sanitaryware and mains shower above the bath. EPC – Band C
|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)|