£289,000 Offers over
*** SSTM*** Austin Beck are proud to present to the market one of the largest and most stunning traditional UPPER CONVERSIONS within this much sought after area. The original red sandstone detached villa, dating from 1909, was converted into two substantial apartments in 1997 with a large 2-storey extension added at that time, blending in beautifully with the original building. EER BAND C
The property is accessed from the rear of the building via a frosted double glazed door with a carpeted staircase leading from the tiled vestibule to upper floor level. There is a feature leaded pane, stained glass window at half landing level and a further timber and bevelled glass door at the head of the stairs opening out to a truly stunning open plan lounge/dining room. This impressive apartment has feature timber flooring, ornate coving, a rear facing double glazed bay window, additional side facing windows and French doors leading out to a small private external balcony offering superb open aspects.
Accessed off the lounge/dining room is a large dining kitchen which is very well fitted out with a range of contemporary base and wall mounted storage units, worktop surface areas, stainless steel sink and drainer. This apartment offers space for appliances and there is room for a family sized dining table and chairs. Also access off the lounge/dining room is a utility room with plumbing for automatic washing machine.
A large inner hallway, accessed from the lounge/dining room via an archway, provides direct access to the bedrooms with a staircase leading to a large attic games room. There are four double sized bedrooms, all with fitted carpeting, CH radiators and fitted wardrobes. The master bedroom also has en suite shower facilities whilst bedroom two, arguably the most impressive of all the bedrooms, has a feature 6 light corner bay window offering open aspects. The final apartment is the family bathroom, which has a modern 4-piece suite installed comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath and separate shower cubicle.
As well as offering a fusion of traditional features and modern fitments, the property further benefits from having gas central heating and modern upvc double glazing. Externally the property is surrounded by attractive, mature gardens, partly laid in lawn and well stocked with a variety of shrubs and trees. There is a shared mono-block driveway to the rear of the property which provides off street parking and access to the entrance door.
Occupying a prominent corner position within this much sought after pocket of High Burnside, the property is located a short drive from a wide range of local amenities including shops, supermarkets, well regarded schooling and a good selection of sporting and recreational facilities. Burnside railway station is within walking distance and along with easy access to the motorway network, the property is therefore ideally situated for commuting to Glasgow City Centre and other centres of business and commerce within Central Scotland. The nearby town of East Kilbride is also easily accessible by car, offering a more extensive range of shopping facilities.
Lounge/Dining Room 9.14m (30'0') x 4.95m (16'3')(Into Bay)
Dining Kitchen 4.80m (15'9') x 4.11m (13'6')
Utility Room 3.89m (12'9') x 1.32m (4'4')
Master Bedroom 5.18m (17'0') x 4.88m (16'0')(At Widest)
En-Suite Shower Room 2.54m (8'4') x 1.22m (4'0')
Bedroom Two 5.18m (17'0') x 4.11m (13'6')(Into Bay)
Bedroom Three 4.14m (13'7') x 3.15m (10'4')
Bedroom Four 3.35m (11'0') x 2.74m (9'0')
Bathroom 2.79m (9'2') x 2.44m (8'0')
Attic 7.62m (25'0') x 7.01m (23'0')
From Austin Beck's office at the junction of Stonelaw Road and Duke's Road travel south on Stonelaw Road under the railway bridge. At the traffic lights at Blairbeth Road, proceed straight over onto Burnside Road and continue to the top of the hill, turning right into Beech Avenue, where the property is located immediately on the left hand side, accessed from the rear driveway.
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