£349,000 Offers over
Beautifully set within the historic conservation area of Oakshaw amidst leafy streets and church spires this 'B' listed traditional town house dates back to circa 1805 and was a Church of Scotland manse until circa 1995.
The property is formed over 4 levels and displays a wealth of original features including detailed cornice, stained glass windows, splendid fireplaces and is sure to appeal to discerning purchasers seeking a fine family home steeped in history.
Access is gained via an entrance vestibule with storm doors reached via a wide stone staircase. The reception hall offers a most welcoming environment leading through to the traditionally styled lounge which features a black slate fireplace, ceiling cornice and windows to the front and rear. A magnificent modern dining kitchen offers a host of wall and floor units, granite worktops with matching granite risers, a central island with sink and a range of integrated appliances including a wine cooler, microwave, fridge/freezer, dual fuel range cooker and dishwasher. There is also family dining room to the front. From the hall there is a staircase down to a lower floor where there are a variety of apartments to include a further lounge or bedroom, home office/study, traditional utility room with original twin sinks, a workshop/hobby room with Caithness slate floor and a modern shower room. The upper floor landing provides access to 3 double bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring a marble fireplace and fitted wardrobes. There is a traditionally styled bathroom with roll top bath and a there is a pull down ladder to allow entry to the attic floor where there are 2 bay window rooms ideal for a number of uses and a cloaks wc.
The property benefits from mature and enclosed private gardens which are located to the rear reached from a back porch and offer lawn sections, pleasant sitting areas, fruit trees, vegetable plots and planted borders.
The property is a short walk from Paisley town centre offering an array of shops, leisure facilities as well as numerous bars and restaurants. The property is close to Gilmour Street train station and has easy access to the M8 motorway and Glasgow International Airport.
EER: Band F
EER: Band F
Lounge 24'11" x 14'9" (7.6m x 4.5m).
Dining Room 15'9" x 9'2" (4.8m x 2.8m).
Kitchen 18'1" x 14'1" (5.51m x 4.3m).
Family Room 13'5" x 13'1" (4.1m x 3.99m).
Office Room 14'9" x 11'10" (4.5m x 3.6m).
Bathroom 9'2" x 6'11" (2.8m x 2.1m).
Utility Room 13'1" x 11'10" (3.99m x 3.6m).
Bedroom One 24'11" x 14'9" (7.6m x 4.5m).
Bedroom Two 13'5" x 12'10" (4.1m x 3.91m).
Bedroom Three 13'5" x 12'10" (4.1m x 3.91m).
Bathroom 8'10" x 8'10" (2.7m x 2.7m).
Attic Room 19' x 15'5" (5.8m x 4.7m).
WC 8'6" x 5'7" (2.6m x 1.7m).
Attic Room 19' x 12'6" (5.8m x 3.8m).
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