gloss units, integrated appliances and French doors open to the decking and rear gardens. Stairs lead to the upper landing off which, are two double bedrooms and a modern bathroom with RAK ceramics sanitary ware, fountain taps and heated towel radiators. Through a door off the first floor landing, a second fixed staircase leads to a superb fully floored and carpeted attic room
with power, lighting and Velux window, which the current owners use as an unofficial third/ spare bedroom and would also make a spacious office. To the front, a broad gravelled driveway provides parking for around three cars and is complemented by timber sleeper edgings with a border at either side of hedgerows and fencing. The side of the property is complemented by modern lighting along with a water tap and external sockets and the garage has been converted to a storage room, home office/gym and is clad in attractive timber
decking boards and features further external lighting as well as internal power, lights and a door at the front and side. A side gate accesses the beautifully landscaped rear garden which has been designed primarily for ease of maintenance. The sizeable deck runs along the rear of the property, accessed off the kitchen and sits next to a level area of artificial grass. Steps then lead to the two levels of decked areas and the gardens are bordered by timber fencing. EPC Band D
HD Video Available. Enhanced by the addition of a magnificent, wrap around extension to the side and rear, a traditional, three bedroom, semi-detached villa set amidst expansive, level gardens. Offering deceptively impressive proportions than the front facade belies, this home offers five principal apartments of just over 1500 sq ft and is beautifully finished throughout including solid oak flooring and light, neutral décor. Clober Road is a highly sought after address within Milngavie and the property lies towards the southern end of Clober, near to Milngavie town centre which can be reached by a walking/cycle paths running alongside the Allander River. The area is home to excellent schooling at all levels and there are a range of golf courses and sports centres. Milngavie train station provides a regular service to Glasgow and Edinburgh. The starting point of the West Highland Way is situated just to the east of the home and continues past Milngavie Library and, to Milngavie Golf Club and Mugdock Country Park.
Internally, the specification and generous proportions are immediately evident within the entrance hall of some 28ft in length, leading to the lounge which is flooded in natural light by two floor to ceiling windows, two sizeable Velux windows and French doors open to the Juliette balcony, overlooking the rear gardens. Across the hall, the kitchen features attractive wall and base units with granite surfaces, a Range cooker, contemporary vertical radiator and timber and glass French doors lead to the dining room, complete with a focal point fireplace with gas fire and a deep walk-in storage cupboard. The public rooms are versatile due to their dimensions and position and could be swapped to suit your particular preference. There is a utility room offering further storage and door to the rear garden and a deep understair storage cupboard off the hall. There are three sizeable, double bedrooms, two of which feature fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom is served by an adjoining en-suite shower room with large mains, rainwater shower and there is a four piece, family bathroom with further mains shower, white sanitary-ware and heated towel radiator.
Outside, a monoblocked driveway provides parking for several vehicles and the front garden consists of a circular flower bed surrounded by a gravelled section and fronted by hedging. The level, rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn and features two slabbed patio areas, a wooden shelter and is enclosed by timber fencing. EPC – Band D
HD Video Available. Affording uninterrupted panoramic views across the open grassed areas opposite, an impeccably refurbished three bedroom semi detached villa set within a small and peaceful cul de sac. The home has undergone extensive refurbishment over recent years including a complete roof replacement and electrical rewiring, décor and flooring, installation of a new dining kitchen and bathroom and a recently installed boiler. The home is set amidst expansive, south facing rear gardens and occupies a particularly enviable position within the Bonnaughton district of Bearsden. Cairngorm Crescent is a peaceful cul de sac of a small number of homes opposite open lawned area with walking and cycle paths and a small play park. This highly sought after location is ideal for the excellent local schooling at all levels including St Nicholas’ and Baljaffray Primary Schools and the excellent Bearsden Academy high school. Nearby Bearsden Cross offers a wide selection of amenities including restaurants and supermarkets and just to the south of the cross, Bearsden station provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
On arrival, a slabbed and gravel driveway provides off street parking for several vehicles and leads to the garage. The lawned front garden is complemented by plants and shrubs and there is external lighting. The rear garden faces south and enjoys the best of the days sunlight. Predominantly laid to lawn, there is a slabbed patio and this generous garden continues in an L-shape, behind the garage and is bordered by fencing.
Internally, the home is finished to an uncompromising specification immediately evident within the entrance hall where replacement oak internal doors and fresh, neutral décor continue throughout. The lounge features a focal point fireplace with electric fire and formally two rooms and now formed as one, the expansive dining kitchen was recently installed to offer cream shaker style wall and base units, breakfast bar area, integrated oven, hob, fridge and freezer and is flooded in natural light by three windows and a door to the garden. Stairs lead to the upper landing off which, are three well sized bedrooms, bedroom one affording the superb views and finally, a refitted family bathroom with modern white sanitary ware including a mains shower above the bath, heated towel radiator and duck egg tiled walls around the bath. A large, floored loft space which offers excellent storage can be accessed through a large hatch with a fitted, folding ladder. EPC – Band D
opposite. The home occupies a highly sought after cul-de-sac setting offering a safe and convenient setting and benefits from high levels of privacy free
from any neighbouring properties opposite and instead, overlooks grassed area with bordering hedgerows. This ever popular Bonnaughton district of Bearsden is served by excellent local schooling of both denominational and non-denominational schools, a number of local shops with a further choice available at nearby Bearsden Cross. The area is home to a number of sports centres, golf clubs and just beyond Bearsden Cross, Bearsden station provides a frequent rail service to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Internally, the home is presented in light, neutral décor beginning in the entrance hall and the lounge opens to the dining room, measuring 22ft in length. The lounge features a marble fireplace with electric pebble effect fire which is included in the sale and off the dining room, the kitchen is complete with white gloss wall and base units, integrated oven and gas hob, modern ceiling spotlights and a door leads to the garden. A further door from the kitchen returns you to the entrance hall where there is a deep, under stairs storage cupboard and the staircase leads to the upper landing off which, are two sizeable, double bedrooms and a stunning, refitted bathroom with contemporary, white suite, white gloss vanity unit, large rainwater mains shower above the bath and heated towel radiator. Bedroom one offers a full wall of fitted wardrobes and within the other cupboard, a fixed staircase leads to the aforementioned attic room which is fully floored and carpeted with lighting, power, Velux window, storage and provides a useful ancillary room to perhaps work from home. Outside, the beautifully kept gardens are designed primarily for ease of maintenance to the front. There is a section of light coloured gravel and a well stocked flower bed interspersed with colourful plants and shrubs. A monoblocked driveway provides off-street parking for several vehicles and continues by the side of the property, to the single garage with power and lighting. The larger, rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn complemented by a well stocked flower bed and offers a well-sized garden bordered by fencing and shrubs. EPC Band D
HD Video Available. Situated within a small, peaceful cul-de-sac at the end of Arisaig Drive, this beautifully presented, three bedroom, semi-detached villa is set amidst expansive, level gardens in what must be one of the largest plots within this highly sought after address. There is obvious potential to extend along the side and/or to the rear, subject to relevant planning consents. Built by John Lawrence, the home is situated within the popular Kessington district of Bearsden within easy walking distance of excellent schooling including Killermont Primary School and Boclair Academy, which is soon to benefit from a £30m rebuild/development. The area is home to a selection of local amenities, such as King George V park and a wide choice of local shops along Milngavie Road and at Bearsden Cross including supermarkets & restaurants. There is easy public transport access to Glasgow via local bus routes and with train stations at Hillfoot and Bearsden.
The home offers bright and well-proportioned apartments formed over two levels beginning in the entrance hall leading to the lounge, with focal point gas fire and opens to the dining room. Of almost 25ft in combined length, this sociable living area is flooded in natural light by large picture windows at either end. A door from the dining room leads to the kitchen, featuring a range of cream gloss units, integrated appliances, under unit lighting and a door to the garden. Stairs lead to the upper landing (with loft access) and to three bedrooms, the principal of which features fitted wardrobes and finally, to a fully tiled, family bathroom with heated towel radiator, white Armitage Shanks suite and electric shower above the bath. The décor is light and tasteful throughout and the specification includes modern kitchen and bathroom fittings.
Outside, the front garden is lawned, complemented by peripheral plants and shrubs and a driveway running the full length of the property to the timber garage. The large, rear garden is predominantly lawned with a slabbed patio, border plants & shrubs and timber fencing. EPC – Band D
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Well presented and well proportioned two bedroom terraced house quietly set within an established residential area of Balerno, Edinburgh. Ideal for first time buyers, couples, young families or downsizers.
The house is approached via a private driveway and front garden. The hallway features under stair storage which currently houses the tumble dryer. Door through to the spacious and bright living/dining room, with the extremely valuable added benefit of double doors out to the garden. The kitchen has a selection of floor and wall mounted units and also has garden access. The appliances include a four ring gas hob with extractor hood and light, electric oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine and slimline dishwasher.
Carpeted stair rises to the upper landing with hatch to loft space. Two double bedrooms, with the front bedroom having fitted storage. The family bathroom has a white three piece suite comprising bath with electric shower over, wash hand basin, WC and wall mounted heated towel rail.
To the outside there is an extremely spacious enclosed rear garden, which has the added benefit of separate rear access. The space houses a decked area, garden shed, lawn bordered by wooden fencing and a separate area to the rear of the garden with a Summer House, which is an ideal quiet home working space.
The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
EPC - C
The property is in a quiet residential area of Balerno, which is eight miles west of Edinburgh city centre, and offers instant access to the Pentland Hills Regional Park. This established community enjoys a good selection of convenience shopping, a local farmers market with further facilities at the nearby Gyle Centre and Livingstone Centre. Schooling is well represented from nursery through to senior level – the property falls within the catchment area for the much respected Balerno Community High School. Heriot Watt University’s Riccarton campus is also in the neighbourhood. Balerno is ideal for walking and cycling and is well-served by regular bus services. Also, Curriehill Station affords direct rail access to the city centre and Glasgow. The nearby Edinburgh City Bypass connects to the M8/M9, M90 and the new Queensferry Crossing. Edinburgh International Airport is also a short distance away.
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Extremely popular location and well proportioned one bedroom end terrace tenement flat located on the first floor of a traditional tenement building. The flat would be ideal for first time buyers, young professionals being so close to town and investors looking for a buy to let opportunity.
Hallway with cupboard leads to lounge with cupboard housing gas combi boiler. The kitchen has a selection of floor and wall mounted units. Appliances include four ring gas hob, electric oven, washing machine and fridge. Double bedroom with wardrobes with sliding mirror doors. Separate WC with wash hand basin. Bathroom with electric shower over bath and additional wash hand basin.
The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.
EPC - D