An attractive three bedroom detached bungalow enjoying an enviable setting within the highly sought after Mosshead district of Bearsden. The home sits proudly amidst level south-westerly facing gardens (at the rear) and offers versatile accommodation formed over two levels. Dumgoyne Drive is one of the area’s foremost addresses located just off Stockiemuir Avenue and is within walking distance of a selection of local amenities including the nearby Mosshead shops with Co-Op Store and one particular draw for many is the nearby Mosshead Primary School which subsequently feeds into the excellent Bearsden Academy High School. Bearsden Ski Club with cafe and bar lie at the top of Stockiemuir Avenue and at the foot of the Avenue, just beyond the primary school is a charming play park next to the local beauty spot of Kilmardinny Loch. A wider selection of amenities can be found at nearby Bearsden Cross and the area is home to sports centres, a number of golf clubs and Bearsden train station.
A double entrance horseshoe shaped driveway to the front is accessed via two sets of pillared entrances and continues by the side of the property, to a car port. The beautifully kept gardens are lawned to the front complemented by peripheral plants and shrubs and are fronted by a low wall. The larger rear garden faces south west and as a result, enjoys the best of the day’s sunlight. Predominantly laid to lawn, a slabbed patio runs along the rear of the property, next to the conservatory and the gardens are complemented by a colourful array of shrubbery to the edges. The garden also features a complementary rockery with a water feature, is well screened by bordering fencing, and has external lighting to front and rear.
Internally, the home offers versatile accommodation the majority of which is formed on the ground floor and begins in the entrance hall leading to the lounge open to the dining room measuring an impressive 27’ in length at widest point. The lounge features a broad bay window, a gas fire and enjoys dual aspects. Further along the hall, a kitchen offers a range of white coloured fitted wall and base units with under unit lighting, a breakfast bar area, Amtico flooring and includes a range of integrated appliances of oven, gas hob, grill and dishwasher. The kitchen opens to the conservatory which is utilised as a further sitting/public room overlooking the rear gardens and features power, lighting, a radiator and two sets of doors to the garden. A sitting room/ fourth bedroom forms the second of the two front bay window rooms and there are three further bedrooms, an adjoining en suite bathroom on the first floor and a beautifully tiled refitted shower room on the ground floor. Please note that the dividing wall to the two upstairs bedrooms has been removed in part and could easily be reinstated with the recreation of a separate entrance to that serving bedroom two for those wishing two separate bedrooms, each with fitted wardrobes and one of which, benefiting from an adjoining en suite bathroom.
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)|