£295,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|3 July 2017||£361,200||£111,200|
|2 October 2009||£250,000||N/A|
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Seldom available within this sought after stretch of Carmunnock Road, a beautifully presented traditional three bedroom mid terrace villa, built in the early 1900’s, carefully upgraded by the present owner.
This fine home has undergone a complete transformation in the last few years and affords spacious, well appointed and light accommodation arranged over two floors. In total the accommodation extends to approximately 1593 Sqft (148 Sqm) and blends beautifully modern finishes with carefully restored traditional characteristics, finished to an exacting standard and provides flexible accommodation, well designed for family living.
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Large welcoming reception hall with staircase to upper floor. Generous bay window sitting room with feature fireplace. Bright family/dining room with fireplace at focal point, overlooking the rear gardens. Well appointed modern refitted kitchen offering a full complement of wall mounted and floor standing units and complementary worktops. Utility room. Downstairs WC.
First Floor: Spacious and light landing giving access to all three bedrooms. Master bedroom with bay window and fireplace. Bedroom two. Bedroom three. Attractively refitted house bathroom with separate walk in shower enclosure.
The property is further complimented by gas central heating (2009), quality double glazing and well tended enclosed gardens. Garage to the rear accessed by service lane. Substantial loft providing additional storage and would allow further development subject to the relevant consents.
The area is well served by first class train and bus services to the city centre and to East Kilbride. The neighbouring suburbs of Shawlands, Langside and Giffnock and Muirend provide a broad range of excellent shopping facilities, supermarkets, fine restaurants, bars and numerous recreational facilities. Silverburn shopping centre provides an extensive range of shops, restaurants and supermarkets.
There are a number of golf courses in the area and a selection of local health clubs. Pollok Country Park is also within easy reach. Schooling is available locally at both primary and secondary level including St Fillan’s Primary School, OLA and Merrylee Primary. There are a number of pick up points in the South Side for Glasgow’s leading independent schools.
Cathcart, located approximately five miles south of Glasgow City Centre, originated as a small village that grew up on the banks of the White Cart around Cathcart Castle in the area now known as Snuff Mill. The Conservation Area is centred on the Snuff Mill Bridge (c 1624) which spans the White Cart Water with Netherlee Road to the west and Holmhead Road to the north. It is dissected from north to south by the river and bounded on the south side through the centre line of the river as it bends along the northern part of Linn Park.
Linn Park is the second largest park in the city and with its variety of activities including a golf course, children play areas and its extensive grounds offer woodland, river walks and Holmwood House, designed by one of Scotland's greatest Classical architects, Alexander 'Greek' Thomson (1817-1875) and is now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland.
The M77 provides commuter to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.
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