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##HOME REPORT VALUE £625,000## A substantial family home originating in the eighteenth century and extended during the Victorian period, it has recently been updated by its current owners. The property is an ideal add value project for the right buyer and would suit those wishing to continue with internal modernisation, which is reflected in the price.
Dullatur House is bursting with period features set in one acre of private landscaped gardens, with a heating swimming pool, in the much sought after conservation village of Dullatur. As the original Mansion House for the area, the home is full of history and is one of areas most prestigious addresses, whilst enjoying the added benefit of being an unlisted property.
Set in private grounds with gross external square footage extending to over 6000 sq ft, the walled garden and 250 year old Monkey Puzzle tree are truly unique in the area. Accessed via a leafy private lane, the property has the advantage of being set within a desirable village yet is only minutes from the M80 and main railway network. Dullatur House is only 5 minutes from the Wardpark Film Studio where the hit Outlander TV series is filmed, and affords near total privacy and tranquility in a conservation village setting.
This awe inspiring property is accessed through private gates and along a gravel driveway leading to the front of the house. Dullatur House comprises the main family home and the West Wing, which was previously a bed and breakfast with its own private access to the side of the property. The current owners have upgraded the West Wing to form a leisure suite comprising a Billiards Room, double bedroom with en-suite, full size sauna and changing area, together with a gym room leading out to the rear garden and outdoor swimming pool.
The main entrance to Dullatur House is a large square reception hallway with stone flooring which affords lots of natural light from 4 double period windows. Its bright neutral décor sets the tone for the rest of the property.
The formal lounge is a bright and sunny room measuring over 24 x 16 with period features including bay windows and feature cornicing. The room has 3 large modern radiators as well as a multi fuel stove with a Copex Chimney Flu Liner for maximum fuel efficiency.
The second public room measuring over 24 x 16 is currently styled as a home cinema room with black out blinds, recessed space for a projector and a drop down remote 10 foot cinema screen. The room also boasts 3 large modern radiators, a wood burning stove set on a slate hearth and high quality wood flooring. This room provides an access to the West Wing with original staircase and the Leisure Suite.
The kitchen is the original Dullatur House circa 1740 and comes with a great deal of historical reference Dullatur House was built in 1740 as a large courtyard complex with ancillary buildings to the east. The origins of the settlement forming Dullatur Conservation Area date back to the 1870s when the North British Railway Company opened a railway station at this location.A high quality suburb was developed on the higher ground to the south for commuters from Glasgow. Source: Dullatur Conservation Village extract. The kitchen area is accessed from the reception hallway and boasts an impressive 28 x 15 of space overlooking the private enclosed walled gardens. The dining kitchen features a range of base and wall mounted units, a 4 Oven Aga and an island breakfast bar. The separate dining area includes a feature fireplace with open fire and cosy seating area. The current owners have space for 8 around the dining table although the area can easily accommodate a larger number.
The property benefits from having a utility room with wall and floor mounted units with space for appliances. The WC is located off the utility room. The 25 long conservatory is tastefully decorated in a nautical theme and overlooks the swimming pool and private landscaped gardens a great way to relax after a busy working day!
The first floor of Dullatur House features 3 large double bedrooms with the master having an en-suite bathroom. The family bathroom features a stylish three piece suite comprising a WC, wash hand basin and bath. The magnificent first floor landing is 15 x 13 and flooded by light from period windows on 3 sides and currently houses a baby grand piano.
The second floor of this magnificent house features two large double bedrooms overlooking the mature garden grounds, Monkey Puzzle tree and Campsie Fells.
The West Wing -
The ground floor of Dullatur House West Wing contains a full size sauna, changing room and WC. Across the hall is the Gym area and access to the outdoor 30 Heated Swimming Pool. The first floor of the West Wing features a Double Bedroom with views over the front garden and en-suite. A small landing gives access to the Billiards room which currently houses a full size snooker table and an en-suite bathroom area.
Period Country Mansion House
· Six Bedrooms
· Six Bathrooms
· 4 Oven Aga
· 2 Multi Fuel Stoves and 1 open fire
· Gas Central Heating (2 high efficiency condensing boilers)
· Three Receptions
· Billiards Room
· Triple Garage
· Double Glazed
· One acre private landscaped gardens
· Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool
· Access to Dullatur community owned Tennis Courts
Dullatur House is situated within the highly sought after conservation villa of Dullatur. Local amenities include a tennis courts, golf course, shops, supermarkets and schooling at both Primary and Secondary levels. The nearby M80 motorway network allows easy access throughout Glasgow and the central belt.
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