HD Video Available. Situated within one of Milngavie’s most prestigious addresses, this impressive, late Victorian, three bedroom, sandstone, semi-detached villa has been enhanced by the addition of an impressive, two storey extension and affords magnificent, panoramic views. Extended in 1998, the home offers deceptively spacious accommodation than the front facade belies and although has been sympathetically upgraded over recent years, retains a number of charming, period features including ornate plaster cornicing, pictures rails, storage press cupboards and stained glass windows. The home sits proudly amidst well-established garden grounds in between the two peaceful, tree-lined cul-de-sacs of Garwhitter Drive and Barloch Road. Although peaceful, the location is within easy walking distance of numerous amenities within the traffic-free Milngavie town centre serving all your necessary daily requirements including supermarkets, shops, restaurants, banks, post office and doctors’ surgery. The area is home to excellent schooling at all levels, a number of sports centres, golf clubs and Milngavie train station offers a frequent rail service to Glasgow, Edinburgh and further afield.
The accommodation begins in the hall which is entered via a stained glass door and features solid oak flooring which continues throughout much of the ground floor. The lounge has beautiful, ornate cornicing, an arched Cast iron fireplace with gas fire, picture rails and at the far end, a deep box bay window arrangement. There is a sizeable family room which opens to the dining room featuring a wood-burning stove and French doors lead to the wonderful dining kitchen. Formed around a large, free standing island (which would be included in the sale), the kitchen is illuminated by six separate windows and includes cream gloss wall and base units with Corian surfaces, an integrated Smeg gas hob, a double oven and features a door to the side and rear garden. There is an adjoining utility room, a useful study and a WC completes this level. The beautiful, original staircase with painted spindles leads to the galleried landing which is flooded in light by the magnificent stained glass windows. There are three large, double bedrooms on this level, the master with adjoining en-suite bathroom with shower above the bath and finally, a refitted, family bathroom with Duravit sanitaryware and mains shower.
Outside, a railing gate and arched entrance leads to the lawned front garden which offers a peaceful and idyllic setting, complimented by a paved patio. The rear garden is also laid to lawn complimented by well-stocked plants and shrubs and features a further slabbed patio and a rendered, brick built outhouse provides excellent storage and includes further features in the form of the quaint, corner fireplace and old storage dresser. An access gate leads to Barloch Road where there is vehicle access to the sheltered car port. 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)|