A thoughtfully extended three bedroom, plus office, traditional semi detached villa situated at the end of a leafy, tree lined cul de sac. This impressive home retains a number of charming features and enjoys a slightly elevated position within expansive, garden grounds. Allander Avenue is a small cul de sac of only four sandstone villas positioned solely on one side of the Avenue and as a result, enjoy high levels of privacy and seclusion. Bardowie remains one of the areas most prestigious and highly sought after addresses on the outskirts of the nearby suburbs of Milngavie and Bearsden and offers a somewhat peaceful and semi rural setting within close proximity to a wide selection of amenities and excellent schooling. Opposite the entrance to Allander Avenue lies Bardowie Tennis Club and around the corner, Bardowie Loch is home to the Clyde Cruising Club Dinghy Section and plays host to sailing lessons, open water swimming and fishing. Nearby train stations at Milngavie and Hillfoot offer frequent services to Glasgow, Edinburgh and further afield and the A879 / Balmore Road offers easy access to Glasgow City Centre.
Positioned at the very end of this intimate cul de sac, No 4 Allander Avenue is set amidst expansive gardens which are lawned to the front, side and rear. These are complemented by a well stocked array of plants and shrubs and on arrival, are fronted by a low stone wall topped with decorative railings. A slabbed patio runs along the rear of the home next to the predominantly lawned gardens at the foot of which, is a storage shed / outhouse. Parking allocation lies adjacent to the entrance and there is also a timber garage.
Internally, the home offers six principal apartments plus a separate home office and is decorated in light, neutral tones. The accommodation begins in the vestibule where an attractive stained glass entrance door leads to the hallway where the theme of high ceilings and original internal doors continue throughout. The lounge features a stunning marble fireplace with open fire, beautifully detailed ceiling and enjoys dual aspects including a broad bay window with astragalled sash and case windows at the far end. The sitting / dining room includes a wood burning stove and leads to the heart of the home in the form of expansive, dining kitchen which opens to the Mozolowski and Murray conservatory. The kitchen includes white, shaker style units, wooden surfaces, a Belfast sink and is formed around an aga cooker. Renowned in their field, Mozolowski & Murray designed the beautiful conservatory/garden room where there is also a clear glass vaulted ceiling, French doors to the gardens and also leads to the rear hall which is home to a utility area and adjoining shower room. The home office completes the ground floor and stairs lead to the upper landing off which, are three sizeable bedrooms and a three piece bathroom with traditional style heated towel radiator. In summary, an impressive, period sandstone villa with expansive gardens enjoying an idyllic setting.
EPC – Band D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||2.9%||£210,000||3||1|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£274,429 (7)||£246,124 (8)||£298,333 (3)||£599,000 (1)|
|Flats||£142,667 (6)||£188,800 (5)||£193,333 (3)||-||-|
|All||£142,667 (6)||£238,750 (12)||£231,726 (11)||£298,333 (3)||£599,000 (1)|