Forming part of Duntiglennan Farm reputedly dating back to the 1400s, this stunning, impeccably, refurbished, three bedroom steading conversion features a full triangular section of skylight glass and affords spectacular views of the skyline and across the surrounding fields and countryside. This almost, traffic free setting lies on the northern fringes of Duntocher and offers the perfect blend of old and new including the charm and character of thick stone walls, a slate and glass roof alongside an impeccably finished interior which has been sympathetically upgraded. The truly unique design would not look out of place on an episode of Kevin MacLeod’s “Grand Designs” and encapsulates a traditional stone steading formed around a charming courtyard. The idyllic setting is surrounded by fields and countryside that play host to a wide array of wildlife such as various birds and deer. The property lies a short distance from a wide array of local shops, amenities and schooling. There are also nearby links to Great Western Road including easy access to Glasgow Airport, Anniesland Cross, Glasgow City Centre and north in the direction of Loch Lomond.
Internally, the specification and proportions are immediately evident on entering the expansive entrance hall with adjoining storage cupboard and on this level, are three sizeable double bedrooms, two of which feature en-suite facilities, a refitted utility room and a modern WC. Stairs lead to the upper level which offers a truly spectacular lounge open to kitchen/dining area of some 28ft by 25ft. The architectural design was to maximise the stunning views from the public rooms where almost the full quarter of the ceiling comprises of a 23ft high apex of triangular glass windows as well as three further Velux and beautiful, low level arrow slit windows. There is a large, wood-burning stove within the lounge area and the kitchen features, cream gloss units, wooden surfaces, integrated appliances and a breakfast bar. The specification also includes double-glazing and as mentioned, the current owners installed a newly fitted, lpg fuelled, gas central heating system in 2018 with new Vokera boiler.
Outside, there is an attractive, courtyard style garden with seating area, peripheral raised flower beds bordered by the original stone wall and at the far end, a sheltered wood store/storage unit. Stairs lead to an expansive level lawned garden from which the superb views can be afforded across surrounding countryside on all sides. Private visitors and parking allocation is on offer within the parking arrangement, adjacent to the development. EPC – Band D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||4.8%||£110,797||2.8||1.1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£110,169 (23)||£156,513 (45)||£187,498 (10)||£264,498 (2)|
|Flats||£58,082 (18)||£74,259 (63)||£72,637 (25)||£102,997 (2)||-|
|All||£58,082 (18)||£83,863 (86)||£126,558 (70)||£173,415 (12)||£264,498 (2)|