• A three bedroomed, Victorian, Upper Villa.
• Superb location at the heart of Bearsden Cross.
• Private garden with expansive drive and garage.
• Generous room sizes and period features.
• Lovely outlook to Bearsden’s South Church.
• Grand bay windowed Lounge with original marble fireplace.
• Dining Kitchen, Bathroom, Laundry.
• Private main door entranceway, fine staircase, and Reception Hall.
• Renewed sash and casement windows.
• Gas central heating.
One of the original Victorian homes, built soon after the railway came to Bearsden (circa 1863), this is a grand and handsome stone house that was purposely built as a Lower and Upper Villa. For sale, is the Upper Villa – a property of considerable style and character and of a generous scale, occupying as it does the entire first floor along with a private ground floor entrance hall and front door. It has a sizeable area of private gardens and gravel driveway, entered via substantial stone gate posts, with gates, at the end of which is its garage (wider than standard single). The entire garden is enclosed by hedging and fencing for natural screening.
There is so much to admire about this home, and it is one that should fine broad appeal – from professional couples to downsizers and even families it should attract many. It has a wonderfully convenient location, opposite Bearsden’s South Church, about 150m south of Bearsden Cross and therefore one could not be handier for the Shops, Restaurants, Cafes, and services to be found there as well as for Bearsden Railway Station which is only some 200m away on Station Road.
As clients will see from our floor plan the subjects are of a generous scale and from the imagery that it is in excellent condition. In the lounge the original marble fireplace has been retained, there is original plaster cornicing in most areas. Gorgeous, varnished floorboards are featured in the hallway, landing, reception hall and lounge. In all rooms the original Victorian panelled pine doors are kept. All adds to the style and ambiance of the home.
Entrance level (Ground Floor)
Stone steps to main door; Hallway with a grand original staircase.
First floor (Main Floor)
Upper Landing; Reception Hall; Lounge; Kitchen with space for table and chairs. Kitchen units are oak Shaker style and have granite worktops and upstands. The original stone fire surround for the original range now houses wine racks – nice feature. Appliances include a large stainless steel Range cooker with five gas hobs and above this a stainless steel and glass cooker hood; Laundry – with window and space, and plumbing, for washing machine and dishwasher; three Double Bedrooms; Dressing Room en-suite to Bedroom 1; Bathroom with tiled floor with walls timber panelled or tiled. There is a white reproduction style suite including a high-level chain pull cistern and above the bath is a thermostatic shower. Chrome towel radiator.
Flooring in the property includes the pine floorboards, as detailed, and deep pile carpet in the bedrooms and dressing room. There is a carpet runner up the stair. Tiling to the kitchen, laundry and bathroom.
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|End terrace house||13.6%||£247,333||3.2||1.3|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£213,700 (10)||£305,824 (17)||£388,800 (5)||£528,333 (3)|
|Flats||£174,000 (1)||£288,000 (5)||£213,000 (3)||-||-|
|All||£174,000 (1)||£238,467 (15)||£291,900 (20)||£388,800 (5)||£528,333 (3)|