A truly magnificent luxury triplex two-bedroom apartment occupying three stories of the grand tower at Schaw House. An impressive built ‘B’ listed Tudor Gothic Mansion, with the most spectacular private roof terrace, commanding views over Glasgow and beyond. This is arguably the most unique property within this outstanding development by Premier Burrell and is unquestionably Bearsden’s landmark building. This one off conversion forms part of a historic 19th century mansion set in the heart of Bearsden.
The Schaw House was built in 1895 by the architect James Thomson of Baird Thomson and the grand tower property can be see from most of the surrounding Bearsden suburb and beyond.
The development retains many original features from this period which include ornate and detailed cornicing and original Gothic style sash and case windows which flood the principal rooms with daylight.
These traditional features are complimented by contemporary comforts to create a one off ‘desirable property’ in the heart of this much sought-after suburb. Schaw house has the additional benefit of having beautifully tended garden grounds. The original stone stairs have been retained and leads from the original front lawn to the entrance of the building. A sweeping tarmacadam driveway runs from Schaw drive to the private visitors/ residents parking area next to the main house.
Please see video link below.....
The property is accessed through the main reception hallway which has secure door entry.On entering you are greeted by an awe-inspiring hallway featuring a distinguished fireplace, period tiling and curved architraves. From here you have the choice of either an elevator or lavishly decorated original staircase to the property itself which enjoys the finest position in the building. The ground floor entry to the property comprises of reception hallway with ample storage cupboards, a well proportioned bright open plan living area with extensive gothic bay windows, a dining area with modern fitted kitchen and luxury bathroom.
The first floor is accessed by a traditional styled spiral staircase leading to the second bedroom/formal living room which could be utilised for either purpose and is again an outstandingly spacious and bright room with gothic bay windows. The second-floor commands a further rear facing spacious bedroom with views to the Campsie Fells with luxury master en-suite bathroom, ample loft storage and modern fitted wardrobes. Finally completing this magnificent property on the third floor is a most truly unique private roof top terrace with breath-taking 360-degree views over the whole of Glasgow and beyond.
The property further benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, allocated parking and extensive grand communal gardens which are maintained to a high standard. A truly magnificent example of preserved history, combining luxury living with character and charm that requires first hand viewing to be appreciated.
|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)|