£575,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal are delighted to offer this highly impressive four bedroom, family home to the marketplace. Built in1908 and situated in arguably the finest address in Airdrie, this substantial traditional detached villa deserves more than just a passing glance. Redhouse greatly benefits from its central location with all local amenities of Airdrie town centre within walking distance. This property has a lot to offer by way of accommodation and is formed over three levels to include four public rooms, four bedrooms, and basement. The grand entrance hallway offers access to all principle apartments, access to the lower level accommodation and to the sleeping quarters on the upper level. Immediately on entering this property at ground level via the large entrance hallway, it is clear to see the property has been maintained fantastically well by the current owners who have retained a wealth of original period features such as decorative coving and ceiling roses which contrast favourably with elements of contemporary styling. On ground level, the property consists of a grand formal lounge, dining room, sitting room, family room and fitted kitchen boasting a range of wall and floor mounted units and granite work surfaces. Both the formal lounge and dining room boast focal point fireplaces and the lounge enjoys corner aspects and a deep bay window. The upper level consists of a broad landing with large feature stained glassed window to the rear providing excellent natural light to the landing and stairwell. There are four double bedrooms, the master with modern en-suite, traditionally styled family bathroom with roll top bath. The accommodation on this level is complete with a small office with front garden views. The lower level of this property offers real flexibility with the layout allowing for the adaptation with ease of a self-contained flat or simply to give teenage children some independence, this level also offers two points of external access to the rear garden. The accommodation is currently laid out to include a table tennis room, cloaks WC, games room and spacious utility room which offers access out into the rear garden grounds. Accessed externally is the potting room, which sits directly underneath the conservatory. The property sits amidst extensive carefully maintained and secluded landscaped gardens and benefits externally from an original feature conservatory and detached stable block which has been utilised to provide parking for two vehicles. A sweeping block paved drive allows for both parking for multiple vehicles as well as access to the rear of the property. The stable block offers a potential development opportunity. The property further benefits from gas fired central heating and a range of single, double, and secondary glazing as befits a house of this character. Rarely does a property such as Redhouse grace the market. This home is unquestionably one of the finest properties to become available and McEwan Fraser Legal recommend internal inspection in order to appreciate the uncompromising standard and specification offered.
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