HD Video Available. Schaw House is Bearsden's landmark building and is a four storey high, ninteenth century, 'B'- listed, Tudor Gothic mansion house. Number four is an attached, blonde sandstone mews house with it's own front and rear private main door access and is a truly spectacular three bedroom, two public room home formed over two levels. Retaining a number of impressive features including a glass pitched ceiling within the upper hall, this impressive home forms part of Bearsden most iconic development by Premier Burrell beautifully encapsulating many period features alongside a more modern and contemporary specification. Visible from miles around, Schaw House is situated within elaborate private garden grounds at the top of Schaw Drive and is therefore convenient by car or foot to the adjacent Drymen Road and wide selection of services available within Bearsden Cross. Literally a few minutes walk will lead you to the area's diverse array of shops, eateries, Marks & Spencer Food Hall, delicatessens and restaurants. Bearsden is served by renowned schooling at all levels and for those wishing private schooling, the Junior School Campuses of the Glasgow High School and Glasgow Academy can be found in Ledcameroch Road, Bearsden and Mugdock Road, Milngavie respectively. There are a number of local parks, sports centres, golf clubs and Bearsden Station provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and direct to Edinburgh.
Schaw House sits proudly within extensive, lawned garden grounds and offers visitors and resident parking adjacent to the main house. Number four is one of the larger apartments in the development and also benefits from a privately owned, westerly facing courtyard garden providing a slabbed patio bordered by low level shrubs. The development is factored by Redpath Bruce who's duties include the maintenance of the gardens and buildings insurance.
The interior of this sleek, contemporary home is light and neutral and is further complimented by solid hardwood flooring throughout much of the home. The versatile accommodation is formed over two levels comprising entrance hall, a lounge opening to dining area exceeding thirty four feet in length and enjoying dual aspects across the courtyard gardens on either side. The sleek, modern kitchen offers a range of cream gloss units and a range of integrated appliances and in turn, opens to the adjoining utility. A WC is formed on the ground level along with the master bedroom suite with fitted wardrobes and a beautifully tiled en-suite shower room. One of the many focal points is the beautifully designed railing and hardwood staircase leading to the galleried landing were your attention is immediately drawn upwards to the magnificent and ornate ceiling detailing and eight pane sky light window with push button opening mechanism. There is a second double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a third bedroom featuring a void overlooks the lower level lounge and there is a stunning, family bathroom. The bathroom, en-suite and WC feature Duravit sanitary ware, Hansgrohe 'Raindance' showers, heated towel radiators and warmth is by way of a gas fired central heating system with Vokera combination boiler.
|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)|