£345,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|25 October 2011||£335,000||N/A|
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A rare opportunity to acquire this detached bungalow, set within generous garden grounds, commanding expansive views over the surrounding countryside and beyond. Broadlees Cottage is a 1950s detached bungalow that offers flexible accommodation with plenty of scope for further development.
Hazelden remains one of the most sought after pockets within Newton Mearns and in recent years has become one of Glasgow’s premier residential addresses. Enjoying a countryside setting, the area displays a range of individual dwelling houses set within the rolling countryside. A number of substantial modern mansions have been built on the sites of the original dwellings and significant on going investment continues to be made by the residents in their homes.
At present the accommodation would benefit from a degree upgrading and comprises:
Ground Floor: Vestibule. Reception hall. Bright sitting room with fireplace. Family room/bedroom four. Kitchen fitted with a range of wall mounted and floor standing units with complementary worktop surfaces. The kitchen also gives access to the utility room. Conservatory with aspects over the rear gardens and surrounding countryside. Bedroom three. A house bathroom complete the complete the ground floor accommodation.
First Floor: Two further bedrooms and WC.
A particular feature is the garden grounds of Broadlees Cottage. The grounds extend to circa 0.5 acres or thereby, provide privacy and shelter. The gardens boast expansive lawns and afford aspects over the surrounding countryside. There is a driveway to the front and garage to the side offering parking for multiple vehicles.
Planning Permission: Planning permission (2015/0727/TP) has been granted to extend the current bungalow to create a larger family home, to include the erection of one and a half storey front extension, erection of single storey side and rear extensions and the installation of three dormer windows at rear of the property. Plans available on request.
A hugely popular suburb, Newton Mearns is a welcoming, family friendly town, with a fantastic, lively and inclusive community. If you choose to live in Newton Mearns, you will have access to some of Scotland's highest attaining primary and secondary schools, including Mearns Primary School, St Cadoc’s Primary School or St Clare’s Primary Schools, Mearns Castle and St. Ninian’s High Schools. Newton Mearns is within easy reach of the private Belmont House School and a number of school-run pick-up points for private schools in Glasgow.
Newton Mearns is located approximately 9 miles from Glasgow City Centre. Commuter routes are served by the M77, M8 and Glasgow Orbital motorways which also provide 30 minute journey times to both Glasgow and Prestwick international airports. There are regular train and bus services to Glasgow, East Kilbride and the beautiful Ayrshire coast.
Recognised as providing amongst the highest standards of local amenities, Newton Mearns offers an array of healthcare centres, banks and libraries and a broad range of supermarkets, boutique shops and restaurants, including The Avenue Shopping Centre and The Greenlaw Retail Park includes Waitrose and Tesco Metro.
Fitness and Outdoors:
Local sports and recreational facilities include David Lloyd Rouken Glen, Parklands Country Club, Cathcart, Williamwood and Whitecraigs Golf Clubs, a number of private bowling clubs and Whitecraigs tennis club. East Renfrewshire Council's own excellent sports and leisure facilities at Eastwood Toll. If you are an outdoors lover, Rouken Glen Park, voted Best Park in the UK 2016, is nearby with walking trails through the woods, a great adventure play area, a skate park, five a side football pitches and a boating pond.
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