Occupying an enviable cul-de-sac position off the exclusive Manse Road, an extended three bedroom semi detached villa with floored attic room and impressive gardens. Manse Avenue remains a somewhat secretive address even to local residents and is an intimate cul de sac of a small number of properties enjoying a peaceful yet extremely convenient setting. The subject property enjoys a particularly fine position towards the end of the cul-de-sac affording open outlooks due to being free from any adjacent neighbouring property opposite. The spacious accommodation is enhanced further by the addition of a generous conservatory at the rear and also includes a floored and lined attic room.
Located just off Manse Road, the situation is a short stroll from Bearsden Cross and the extensive range of shops and amenities contained therein. The Cross is home to a number of shops, restaurants, Marks & Spencers’ Food Hall, Post Office and doctors surgery. The area is served by excellent schooling at levels including Bearsden Primary School and Bearsden Academy High School and there are a number of local sports centres, gyms, golf clubs and Bearsden station provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The lawned front garden is complemented by a periphery of plants and shrubs and a monoblock driveway provides off street parking for several vehicles, continuing to the garage with power, lighting and workshop space to the rear. A side gate accesses the enclosed rear garden which tapers out at either side. This is also laid to lawn with a colourful array of plants, shrubs, mature fruit trees, a herb garden and a choice of seating area includes a slabbed patio along the rear of the home and also, a timber deck. The gardens are flooded in sunlight throughout the day and evening and are well screened by bordering hedgerows.
Internally, the proportions and specification are immediately evident upon entering the bright and spacious entrance hall with tiled floor and modern recessed ceiling lighting and the lounge features exposed wooden flooring, a shelved press cupboard, limestone fireplace with open fire and at the far end, a broad bay window. The kitchen features light coloured wall and base units with under unit lighting, integrated oven, gas hob, dishwasher and washing machine and also includes underfloor heating and a door to the rear garden. Next to the kitchen, a dining/sitting room is complimented by further exposed wooden flooring and French doors open to the conservatory with windows along two sides, power and lighting, a radiator and French doors open to the garden. Stairs lead to the upper landing off which, are three well sized bedrooms, bedroom one with a further matching bay window to the lounge and completing this level, a beautifully tiled bathroom with contemporary white sanitary ware including bowl sink, vanity unit, fountain taps, mains shower above the bath, heated towel radiator and further under floor heating. A pull down ladder within the hatch above the first floor landing, leads to the attic which is fully floored, carpeted and lined and offers the possible potential to be utilised as a versatile home office complete with inbuilt storage, power, lighting and Velux window.
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)|