Fixed Price £110,000
97 Main Street, Milngavie, East Dunbartonshire, G62 6JQ
HD Video Available. Occupying arguably the finest, ground floor position within this prestigious, retirement development, well-situated for regular bus links and Milngavie town centre. Built by Whatlings in the mid 1980s, Elm Court is a highly sought after retirement development and this beautifully presented, one bedroom, ground floor flat enjoys a superb position with open outlooks across the manicured, residents gardens, next to the private car park. The development is maintained by Hanover Housing whose management fee equates to approximately £162.00 per month. A wide selection of amenities within Milngavie’s traffic free town centre can be reached on foot or by the regular bus service and is home to a number of shops, supermarkets, doctors’ surgery and train station. Internally
Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire, G61 3EU
Schaw Drive, Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire, G61 3AT
HD Video Available. An impeccably presented, two bedroom, first floor retirement flat enjoying a prime position within this exclusive, retirement development. Built in 1988 by Sir Alfred McAlpine Homes, Heatherdene is regarded as one of Glasgow’s finest retirement developments located within the former policies of one of Glasgow’s landmark buildings, Schaw House. Number 27 occupies a particularly attractive position affording lovely outlooks and an abundance of natural light with windows on three sides of the property. Private visitors and residents parking lies adjacent to the entrance and is illuminated by post lighting. This impressive apartment enjoys a convenient setting, a short walk from a wide range of services available at nearby Bearsden Cross and transport links include a regular bus service along Drymen Road as well as a frequent rail link from Bearsden station, to Glasgow and further afield.
A buzzer entry system provides access to a pleasantly decorated and carpeted entrance hall leading to a landing off which, the property itself occupies a first floor position. Internally, the accommodation begins in the spacious entrance hall with access to two deep storage cupboards and off the hall, a generous lounge is flooded in natural light and enjoys dual aspects, with three windows offering open outlooks in two directions. The modern fitted kitchen features a range of wall and base units, integrated oven and hob and offers space for a breakfasting table and chairs. There are two well-sized bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and a modern, beautifully tiled bathroom with white, three piece suite and electric shower above the bath. The property has been freshly decorated with bright, neutral tones and newly floored throughout.
The property affords beautiful views across the well-kept, residents gardens taking in the impressive blonde sandstone facade of Schaw House. The gardens offer expanses of lawn with a number of benches providing a choice of seating area and as mentioned, parking lies next to the entrance. EPC – Band D
Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire, G61 3BU
amidst beautifully established garden grounds. Situated on the corner of Morven Road and Edgehill Road, the home occupies a somewhat elevated position and affords magnificent panoramic views across Bearsden, to the Campsie Fells and Dumgoyne in the distance. Regarded as one of Bearsden’s foremost addresses, the Gartconnell area lies just to the north of Bearsden Cross and is therefore within easy walking distance of the wide selection of amenities contained therein including shops, restaurants, banks, post office and Marks & Spencers Food Hall. The area is served by excellent local schooling at all levels for both denominational and non denominational schooling and is also home to a number of parks, sports centres, golf clubs and Bearsden train station which provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Internally, there are eight principal apartments formed over two levels and the accommodation could be extended further with a conversion of either or both of the integral floored and carpeted garage with windows and heating and/or the floored, L-shaped attic space (measuring 28’7” x 26’6”). This would be subject to necessary planning consents. As it stands, this impressive villa comprises; a broad entrance hall leading to the lounge featuring a bay window, shelved storage press and original fireplace. The beautiful column radiators continue throughout and across the hall, the sitting room includes a matching bay window, solid hardwood flooring and column radiators. The large dining room features an ornate, original fireplace, a bay window overlooking side garden and next to this, the dining kitchen features a range of cream coloured wall and base units, an adjoining larder / storage cupboard and offers a range of integrated appliances including oven and hob. There is ample provision for a dining table and chairs and direct access to the rear garden. Along the hall, a door leads to the integral garage which is carpeted, heated and includes two skylight windows, wooden vehicle doors and as mentioned, could potentially be converted into additional living accommodation, subject to necessary consents. There are several storage cupboards and a WC completes the ground floor. Stairs lead to the upper landing off which, are five sizeable double bedrooms, two feature bay window projections and the rooms positioned at the rear of the property, afford the magnificent panoramic views towards the hills in the distance. There is a shower room with low profile shower enclosure with mains shower, traditional heated towel radiator and from the upper landing a Slingsby pull down ladder provides access to the generous, L-shaped attic which is predominantly floored and includes a window and lighting. Heating is by way of a gas fired central heating system powered by a modern Vokera boiler and double glazing is installed. The beautifully kept and carefully designed gardens are predominantly laid to lawn, complemented by several well stocked flower beds, a number of patios provide a choice of seating area. There is a garden shed, a large greenhouse (approximately 32’0” x 7’10”) and the gardens are well screened by mature trees and bordering hedgerows. EPC Band C