£695,000 Offers over
Situated in stunning private garden grounds extending to half an acre sits âGlengour' a truly beautiful family home originally built in 1875, extended in 1916 and comprehensively upgraded over the past fifteen years creating the home that it is today.
Neutrally rendered under a slate roof âGlengour' extends to 325 square meters or thereby of internal accommodation and is arguably one of the most modernised traditional property's to come to the Bridge of Weir market for some time without losing its charm or character as witnessed when you step into the magnificent reception hallway. Panelled and retaining stained glass above all the doors (except dining) you do get a sense of what this property offers as you meander past the wood burning stove and the impressive staircase.
The formal lounge is to the front and has a bay window and a recess that has a solid fuel fire and incorporates two small square stained glass windows. Access to the breakfast kitchen is off the lounge and the hallway. The wall &base units provide storage and there is an island worksurface with inset sink, Franke boiling water tap, all complemented with granite tops. A set of French doors leads to the patio area and side garden. Also to the front of the property is the dining room, again with feature fireplace and bay window. The sitting room is behind the dining room off the hall and has access to a rear porch which could be used as a separate entrance.
An inner hallway off the main hallway gives access to a cloakroom, pantry cupboard and a utility room that has ample room for all services and plumbing facilities. A door from the rear proceeds towards the flagstone patio area that has cleverly been covered by a glass roof allowing alfresco dining even in inclement weather. Completing the accommodation on the ground floor is and understair storage cupboard and a WC.
Climbing the magnificent stairwell is a pleasure as it has a gradual rise and splits in two in the middle. To the left there is a walk-in storage cupboard and family bathroom and to the right it continues to the bedroom accommodation on the first floor, all overlooked by another stained glass window, (this has a secondary glazing unit placed over the top for added protection).
There are five bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a home office. The principal bedroom is has the same footprint as the formal lounge below which is of excellent proportions and includes the recess with stained glass windows. In addition there is an en-suite shower room with WC, wash hand basin and double walk-in shower. Bedroom two also benefits from an en suite shower room as well as double aspect windows.
Adding modernity to a period home can be challenging but the current clients have certainly achieved it. Sash &case double glazed windows (except stained glass in formal lounge, principal bedroom and a window in the upstairs storage cupboard) have been installed as well as a new gas central heating boiler. In addition there have been solar panels installed above the car port therefore leaving the integrity of the main roof intact and makes this a very efficient traditional family home. It also benefits from the feed in tariff due to its installation date. The specification also includes Cat5 cabling throughout and a monitored security alarm system.
The gardens are bordered by mature trees and shrubs and along with the lawn wrap around the entire house creating extreme privacy. The rear garden is south facing and has a storage shed, gardeners WC along with a timber outhouse that conceals the eight person hot tub.
To the front the Teak electrically operated gates give access to the sweeping stonechipped driveway that extends to the front of the property and leads to the double detached garage. Adjacent to the garage is the car port.
Bridge of Weir is a residential village, which offers a range of local shops and facilities which will adequately cater for everyday needs and requirements. Bridge of Weir falls within the Gryffe High School catchment and has its own village Primary School. For the commuting client, Bridge of Weir is located within 3 miles from the bypass which links up with the M8 motorway for connection to the airport, Paisley, Braehead Shopping Centre and Glasgow city centre. Furthermore, the village offers two golf courses, fishing on the River Gryffe and a selection of village pubs.
Formal Lounge 201'9 into bay x 21'1 into recess
Dining Room 15'7 x 12'9
Sitting Room 12'10 x 11'5
Kitchen 17'1 x 15'4
Utility 12'10 x 6'11
Pantry 9'5 x 3'11
WC 7'2 x 5'10
Principal Bedroom 21'1 into recess 21'9 into bay
Ensuite 8'8 x 6'1
Bedroom 2 17'3 x 15'7
Ensuite 8'10 x 3'0
Bedroom 3 16'2 into bay x 15'4
Bedroom 4 15'4 x 12'3
Bedroom 5/Office 13'3 x 9'6
Bathroom 9'3 x 7'8
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