HD Video Available. Nestled within an attractive cul-de-sac of only six ‘C’ listed properties, number 3 Canniesburn Square is a thoughtfully extended, three bedroom cottage amidst attractive gardens. Reputedly some of the oldest properties within Bearsden, The Square is formed in a small U shaped cul-de-sac arrangement and internally, offers far more spacious accommodation than the front facade belies. Formed over two principal levels, with six principal apartments, the home is enhanced by the addition of a vaulted ceiling extension to the rear with French doors to the gardens. Situated just off Canniesburn Toll, the setting is one of convenience and is within walking distance of a wide selection of amenities located at The Toll along with a wider choice of supermarkets, shops and restaurants along Milngavie Road and at Bearsden Cross. The area’s excellent schooling is one particular draw to Bearsden and the area is also home to a number of parks, golf courses, sports centres and is well served by transport links including Bearsden train station linking to Glasgow and Edinburgh city centres.
The home is attractively presented in blonde sandstone beneath a pitched, slate roof and the charm and character continues internally including exposed stone walls, beamed ceilings and sash and case, double-glazed windows. The accommodation begins in the entrance hall and upstairs, an impressive lounge is complimented by exposed ceiling beams, an open fire and is open plan in a split-level design, to the dining room with two windows overlooking the rear gardens. There is a spacious office/bedroom three completing the upstairs and on the lower level, the rear extension accommodates a vaulted height sitting room flooded in natural light by two Velux windows, two sash and case windows on the gable wall and French doors open to the decking and rear garden. The heart of the home is the dining kitchen with light coloured wall and base units, wooden surfaces and features a Belfast sink, Range cooker and ample provision for a table and chairs. There is a useful utility, two further bedrooms, master with adjoining en-suite and finally, a sympathetically refitted bathroom with modern, roll-top bath and mains shower.
Outside, parking is provided within the courtyard, adjacent to the entrance. The principal, rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and offers a choice of seating area in the form of a slabbed patio and a timber deck running along the rear. There is a garden shed, well-stocked plants and shrubs along the borders and the garden is screened by timber fencing with an access gate leading in the direction of Canniesburn Toll. EPC – Band D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.3%||£199,000||2||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£189,667 (3)||£226,249 (8)||£373,000 (6)||£601,396 (15)|
|Flats||£165,000 (1)||£182,499 (4)||£191,667 (3)||-||-|
|All||£165,000 (1)||£185,571 (7)||£216,818 (11)||£373,000 (6)||£601,396 (15)|