One of only a small number of detached bungalows by renowned builder Dickie Homes, an impeccable three bedroom detached home with large conservatory extension and south westerly facing gardens. Built in 1995, this impressive property is one of the rarer bungalow styles to be found next to a selection of sizeable detached homes and offers the majority of accommodation formed on the ground floor, with the exception of one en suite bedroom upstairs. Enhanced by the addition of an expansive conservatory running along the rear, the home is situated on the north western fringes of Milngavie, at the edge of the Mains Estate development and affords uninterrupted views taking in the Campsie Fells. This peaceful location is just around the corner from the renowned Douglas Academy High School, fed by excellent local primary schooling and the traffic free centre of Milngavie offers a wide range of amenities to suit all your daily requirements. There are a choice of supermarkets including Tesco, Marks & Spencers and Waitrose, a number of restaurants, a post office and doctors surgery and Milngavie Station offers a frequent rail service to Glasgow, Edinburgh and further afield. The area is home to a number of local parks, golf clubs, sports centres and is home to the starting point of The West Highland Way.
Outside, the beautifully kept front garden is laid to lawn and is complemented by a colourful array of plants and shrubs. The broad monoblock driveway provides turning space and parking for several vehicles and continues to the garage with power, lighting, vehicle and courtesy door to the side. A side gates accesses the larger rear garden which faces south west and enjoys the best of the days sunlight. Designed with a leaning towards ease of maintenance, a blonde paved patio runs along the rear, accessed directly from the conservatory and is an attractive platform from which to enjoy the appealing background of the pond with stepping waterfall. The rear boundary is complemented by a colourful array of shrubbed borders and high levels of screening is provided by bordering timber fencing. There is also external lighting and water tap.
John Dickie Homes were synonymous for their generous room proportions and uncompromising specification both of which are evident as you enter. The accommodation begins in the vestibule which in turn, opens to the hall where the theme of light, neutral décor continues throughout. The lounge features a focal point fireplace with gas fire and enjoys dual aspects including a large picture window at the far end, overlooking the rear garden. Continuing along the hall, the dining kitchen features a range of wall and base units, integrated appliances, ample provision for a dining table and chairs and the adjoining utility room offers further matching units, a second sink and a door leads to the side garden. Also from the dining kitchen, French doors open to the expansive conservatory with clear glass roof, power, lighting and Karndean flooring. One set of doors lead to the rear garden and a further set, to the formal dining room where the Karndean flooring continues and the full loop of accommodation returns you to the hall. Sleeping arrangements include three well sized double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes, two of which are located on the ground floor with one en suite and the family bathroom. Stairs lead to the upper landing off which, sits the master bedroom with a full wall of fitted wardrobes and is served by a second en suite. Full height access from the upper landing leads to the partially floored attic offering useful storage.
EPC – Band C
|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)|