£305,000 Offers over
This is a very rare opportunity to acquire a residential building plot with detailed planning permission for a unique contemporary detached residence in the green belt on the outskirts of the select residential locale of Thorntonhall.
The plot, which is over a quarter of an acre in size (1,037m2) has planning permission (Ref: Ek/15/0073) and is located within the grounds of Braehead House, yet the mature trees circling the designated plot clearly define its own parameters.
The house will be principally built of rendered brick walls with natural stone and timber detailing under a pitched slate roof. Many of the rooms will have direct access to the terrace, orientated to take advantage of the sunshine and the many cathedral ceilings also capture this sense of light and reinforce the impressive views over the surrounding countryside as far as Ben Lomond.
The proposed accommodation extends to approximately 203m2 (2185 Sqft) and comprises of:
Ground Floor: An entrance vestibule leads to welcoming reception hall. Spacious living room. Dining room. Garden room. Extensive kitchen. Utility room. Bedroom 4 and a shower room complete the accommodation on the ground floor.
First Floor: Large master bedroom with ensuite bath and shower room and walk in dressing room; two further double bedrooms and house bathroom.
Changes to current plans would be subject to obtaining the necessary planning consent.
Thorntonhall is a quiet leafy village, located approximately 8 miles south west of Glasgow, characterised by substantial detached houses in a series of tree lined streets and cul-desacs and is recognised as one of Glasgow’s premier residential addresses. A number of substantial modern mansions have been built on the sites of the original dwellings and significant ongoing investment continues to be made by the residents in their homes.
A regular train service runs from Thorntonhall to Glasgow Central Station and excellent shopping facilities can be found in East Kilbride (3 miles) and Newton Mearns (4 miles).There are a number of golf courses in the area and also a selection of local health clubs. Calderglen Country Park is also within easy reach.
Private schooling is available on the Southside of Glasgow at Hutchesons’ Grammar School, Craigholme, Belmont House and also at Hamilton College and Fernhill School.
The M77 provides commuter access to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.
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