HD Video Available. A significantly extended three bedroom semi detached villa enjoying an enviable corner, cul de sac position with open views towards the Milngavie Reservoirs. This is the very last property within this highly sought after cul de sac and as a result, is set amidst vast, expansive garden grounds with the rear boundary backing onto adjacent open parkland meeting the Allander and Craigmaddie Reservoirs. The location is ideal for those wishing an extremely peaceful yet convenient setting with rural aspects, on the northern fringes of Milngavie. Located off Strathblane Road via Roselea Drive where a charming path links to the perimeter walking and cycle routes around the aforementioned reservoirs, Blane Drive is also within easy walking distance of Milngavie town centre and the wide array of amenities contained therein. There is excellent schooling at all levels and a number of nearby parks, sports centres including the Nuffield Health Racquets and Wellbeing, golf clubs and Milngavie station offers a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Originally built by renowned builder John Lawrence, the home has been transformed by the addition of a wraparound extension along the side and rear creating a versatile home over two levels. Beginning in the vestibule and entrance hall, the accommodation continues in the lounge with open fire and solid oak flooring which continues through French doors, to the sitting/dining room which in turn, features sliding doors to the rear garden. The full loop of accommodation continues to the dining kitchen with wall and base units, integrated oven and hob, ample provision for a dining table and chairs and enjoys dual aspects, flooded in natural light by two large picture windows overlooking the garden. There is a utility room and a WC completes the ground floor. Stairs then lead to three well sized bedrooms with fitted wardrobes/storage space and a beautifully tiled family bathroom with white three piece suite. There are several storage cupboards on both levels and a pull down ladder accesses the fully floored attic complete with power, lighting, Velux window and eaves storage. There is a second attic storage area above the utility area that is partially floored and accessible by a retractable ladder. The home also enjoys high levels of privacy affording open outlooks to the front, along Blane Drive and to the rear, across open countryside.
A tarmacadam drive offers off street parking for a number of vehicles and leads to the garage with power and lighting. Particular attention should be paid to the expansive rear garden which is predominantly laid to lawn and is complemented by a periphery of plants, shrubs and mature trees. There is a greenhouse which the owners utilise as a charming entertaining space when the summer evenings become that little bit cooler and the gardens are well screened by timber fencing and herbaceous borders. EPC – Band D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||3.4%||£295,000||4||3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||-||£253,333 (6)||£432,778 (9)||£575,000 (1)|
|Flats||£95,571 (7)||£268,000 (3)||£144,500 (2)||-||-|
|All||£95,571 (7)||£268,000 (3)||£226,125 (8)||£432,778 (9)||£575,000 (1)|