Situated within Bearsden’s exclusive Kilmardinny area, this larger style of three/four bedroom traditional detached bungalow dating from 1937 has been significantly extended to the rear and occupies beautiful garden grounds. The dining kitchen extension was added in 2011 to enhance what is a spacious and versatile home of six principal apartments plus study, formed over two levels. The situation affords high levels of privacy free from any neighbouring properties facing either the front or rear and instead, enjoys open outlooks to the tree lined boundary on the corner of Lennox Drive and at the rear, the boundary meets open grounds next to Norman MacLeod Crescent. A network of nearby pathways provide attractive walking routes to the local beauty spot of Kilmardinny Loch and to Bearsden Cross where an extensive range of services can be found to suit all your daily requirements. These include a number of shops, bars, restaurants, community hub, post office and banks and the area is home to renowned schooling at all levels including Bearsden Primary School and Bearsden Academy High School. The centres of Glasgow and Edinburgh can be easily reached by a frequent rail service operating from Bearsden Station and there are also a number of local sports centres and nearby golf, tennis, rugby and bowling clubs.
Featuring attractive external features synonymous with certain bungalows of the Art Deco period, the home is complemented by an arched red brick entrance between the double bay window facade facing the level lawned garden at the front complemented by a periphery of plants and shrubs. Fronted by a low wall and hedging, a slabbed and gravel driveway leads to the single detached garage with power, lighting and independent fuse box. The larger level rear garden faces west and enjoys the best of the days sunlight. This beautifully kept lawned garden features a slabbed patio with access to the rear kitchen extension and also includes well stocked flower beds, a small pond/water feature and enjoys high levels of privacy bordered by mature borders, Beech hedging beyond which, lie open grounds.
Internally, the home offers bright and well proportioned apartments presented in light, neutral décor throughout. The accommodation begins in the broad welcoming entrance hall where the bay window main reception rooms lie off, on either side. Beginning in the lounge, the room is flooded in light by a bay window projection to the front, pitched double unit window to the side and includes a focal point fireplace with living flame gas fire. Across the hall, an identically proportioned dining/sitting room features a further fireplace with glass fronted gas fire, further bay window and a shallow press storage cupboard. The heart of the home is unquestionably the kitchen which has been extended to the dining area and measures almost 24’ in length. There are a range of cream coloured wall and base units, integrated appliances, recessed ceiling spotlights and natural daylight is by three separate windows and single UPVC sliding doors to the gardens. The three bedrooms are of generous proportions with two on the ground floor served by a beautifully tiled four piece bathroom with separate shower enclosure. From the main hall, stairs lead by a beautifully intricate stained glass window with original curved handles, a layer of secondary glazing and off the upper landing, is a sizeable master bedroom, a separate study and a shower room.
EPC - Band C
|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)|