£249,950 Offers over
Situated in the quiet residential hamlet of Brookfield, ‘The Hollies’ is a traditional stone built semi-detached villa offering fabulous spacious accommodation which has been extended over previous years.
The front door leads to a vestibule and then into the broad half panelled reception hallway. Off the hallway the front facing spacious lounge with traditional bay window allows ample natural light to flood the room, and also has a feature fireplace with remote controlled coal effect fire and original corner cupboard adding to the charm of this room.
A sitting/dining room is accessed from both the hallway and the kitchen allowing for greater flexibility with the space. This room benefits from an open natural fire adding to the warmth and ambiance offered in a period house such as this.
The breakfast kitchen has been previously extended and enjoys ample wall &base units with French doors off the breakfast area leading directly on to a timber deck and private garden.
The carpeted stairwell leads to the half landing bathroom. This is fully tiled and includes WC, wash hand basin and separate double shower cubicle, corner bath with jacuzzi. Continuing up the stairwell you are led to a broad upper landing flooded with natural light from a Velux window from which the three bedrooms are accessed. The spacious main East facing bedroom enjoys the morning sunlight through bay windows. The second West facing bedroom benefits from the afternoon and evening sunshine , is a warm and ambient room overlooking the rear garden. The third functional bedroom is currently utilised as an Office/ Study and faces Eastwards.
Externally to the front of the property there is a stone chipped low maintenance area which provides off street parking..
To the rear via the kitchen there is a South West facing slabbed patio area with access to lawn and aforementioned decking.
It should be noted that Planning Permission was granted previously for a garage which can be accessed off Stanely Road to the rear of the garden and would be a great addition if required.
The specification includes gas central heating and double glazing.
Brookfield is a small hamlet with excellent access to the M8 motorway and GlasgowAirport so is ideal for those commuting to the city centre or further afield. There are also excellent rail links a short distance away in Johnstone. Within Brookfield there is an active village hall hosting regular events/classes for both adults and children, there are also tennis courts, bowling-green, village green with child play area and outdoor exercise equipment. From the village green there is direct access to a Sustrans cycle track, leading eastwards to Paisley, westwards to Gourock. Within the surrounding villages of Bridge of Weir and Houston there are a wide selection of amenities. Johnstone is also only a short distance away with a Morrison’s superstore.
Formal Lounge 18’3 into bay x 14’10
Sitting/Dining Room 13’9 x 12’5
Kitchen 21’0 x 7’2
Bedroom 1 17’7 into bay x 12’7
Bedroom 2 11’8 x 10’1
Bedroom 3 7’9 x 7’6
Bathroom 8’10 x 7’4
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