£300,000 Fixed price
This property provides a rare opportunity to obtain a substantial family dwelling at an affordable price. The unique character and charm is seldom seen in todays market. The current owners have thoughtfully extended, developed, maintained and up-graded the property throughout making viewing essential.
Accommodation is formed over two main levels with split level on the ground floor. The main hub of the house has to be the exceptional open plan lounge/dining kitchen area to the rear of the home. This room over looks the spectacular garden ground with the Campsie fells beyond and French doors open onto the raised decked patio area. The lounge boasts a built in multi-fuelled stove and a skirting board heating system. From the lounge there is an attractive staircase giving private access to the master bedrrom on the upper floor, a useful feature when hosting guests. The kitchen was replaced in 2010 and houses an integrated Neff double oven and Gorenje dual induction & gas hob. Ther is space for a concealed free-standing dishwasher and a large fridge freezer. Located at the rear door is a utility area and w/c.
From the main entrance hall the remainder of the ground floor apartments can be accessed. These include, a further utility area/boiler room, study/office(bedroom 7), a family bathroom, two large double bedrooms, a guest lounge/kitchen area which has a shower room off. This would make an ideal granny/teenager annexe.
From the entrance hall, stairs lead to the upper attic level where 3 further double bedrooms can be found and a beautiful, recently up-graded bathroom. The focal point here is the master bedroom which boasts dual aspect windows providing a bight and spacious area. There is a spacious wardrobe and storage compartment built into the eaves. A modern ensuite bathroom, with separate shower completes the home.
Throughout the property you will find ample built in and eave storage.
Thanks to the solar panels and a good standard of insulation, the property is surprisingly economical to run and the owners receive
quarterly cheques for the Solar Feed Tariff.
The outside garden plot is a major attraction of this home. This garden has been planned and developed over many years providing and incorporating many styles/ types of plants and species. The former award winning garden displays a clever mixture of formal topiary, wild, herbaceous, trees and shrubs to create this outstanding visual display.
The ground also boasts a large garage with automated door, two large sheds, a logstore, compost corner, a greenhouse, a large raised decked patio area and ample parking for several vehicles.
Lounge/Dining Kitchen - 10.40m x 5.20m
Guest Lounge/Kitchen (Bed 8) - 4.80m x 3.65m Shower room - 2.40m x 1.60m
Bedroom 2 - 4.10m x 3.10m
Bedroom 3 - 3.60m x 3.25m
Bedroom 4 (Study) - 4.25m x 2.60m
Bathroom - 2.40m x 1.95m
Utility/Boiler - 3m x 1.80m
2nd Utility - 1.75m x 1.65m w/c - 1.15m x 0.5m
Master Bedroom - 5.20m x 4.00m Ensuite - 2.20m x 2.05m
Bedroom 5 - 3.90m x 3.50m
Bedroom 6 - 3.90m x 3.60m
Bedroom 7 - 3.45m x 3.20m
Bathroom - 2.50m x 2.00m
Nestling at the foot of the Campsie Fells, Lennoxtown is readily accessible for the neighbouring towns of Kirkintilloch, Lenzie and Bishopbriggs. It is well placed for commuting to Glasgow and to the other commercial centres of central Scotland. The village offers a variety of shops, post office, local churches, schools, restaurants, bars and the new Community HUB, hosting library, council office and health centre. Lennoxtown is known as the gateway to the Campsie Fells and provides an excellent environment for outdoor enthusiasts with a golf course, bowling club and pleasant walks in the surrounding countryside.
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