£645,000 Offers over
A rare opportunity to acquire this period detached villa, built circa 1909, set within a generous and peaceful plot with elegantly proportioned accommodation ideal for both entertaining and family living, located in one of Glasgow’s most coveted residential neighbourhoods.
This property retains much of its original character and is positioned within private and secluded gardens.
The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Spacious and welcoming reception hall with inglenook fireplace, seating and decorative stained glass windows. Carved timber staircase with stained glass window affording plenty of natural light. Generous drawing room commanding fine aspects over the surrounding colourful rear gardens. Inglenook fireside seating and stained glass windows to side. French doors allow access to gardens. Formal dining room overlooking the front of the property. Useful home office. Combined kitchen and garden sitting room with patio doors opening to terrace and gardens. The kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted cabinets with complementary worktops. Separate utility. Guest WC.
First Floor: An impressive staircase ascends to the landing with decorative stained and leaded glass window. Light and spacious upper landing in turn affording access to the master bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms and the house bathroom.
The property is set well back from Greenhill Avenue and a particular feature of this delightful home is the garden which at the rear is south facing and ideal for entertaining. A monobloc driveway leads to the garage and integral store. The property is further complimented by gas central heating and is mainly double glazed.
Giffnock is acknowledged for its standard of local amenities and provides a selection of local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, regular bus and rail services to Glasgow City Centre, banks, library and health care facilities. Local sports and recreational facilities include Parklands Country Club, Cathcart, Williamwood and Whitecraigs Golf Clubs, a number of private bowling and tennis clubs, Rouken Glen Park and East Renfrewshire Council's own excellent sports and leisure facilities at Eastwood Toll. Williamwood train station is roughly a third of a mile away.
This popular suburb is located approximately 8 miles to the South of Glasgow’s City Centre and is conveniently situated for commuter access to nearby M77/M8 &Glasgow Southern Orbital. Giffnock is considered one of the primary residential suburbs on the south side of Glasgow. The Sunday Times newspaper has voted Giffnock in the top 100 places to live within the UK.
Greenhill Avenue is conveniently located for access to The Avenue shopping centre, Scotland's only Wholefoods Store and Waitrose at Greenlaw Village Retail Park. For those with young families, this property sits within the catchment area for the highly reputable Primary and Secondary schools, including Giffnock Primary and Our Lady of The Mission Primary School and St Ninians High School. The property is located approximately 1 mile from the private Belmont House School and within easy reach of various pick up points for Glasgow's other private schools.
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