£160,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 February 2007||£165,000||N/A|
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Situated in the picturesque village of Strathblane, just 11 miles north of Glasgow, this excellent family home offers spacious accommodation over two main levels with great scope for a loft conversion (subject to necessary consents). The property has undergone a degree of refurbishment internally &externally over the years, including rewiring, roof maintenance, re-plastering, loft insulation, re-carpeting and landscaping to the garden.
A generous reception hallway welcomes you into the property with access to the lounge, kitchen, bathroom and stairs to the upper landing. The living room features a gas fire and large front aspect window facing the Campsie Fells. With a rear aspect window and access to the garden, the contemporary fitted kitchen boasts a range of wall, drawer &base units as well as a large Rangemaster double range gas cooker.
The family bathroom is located on the lower level and comprises a white three piece suite with panel bath &shower over, low-level WC and vanity sink unit.
On the first floor, you will find a spacious landing, three double bedrooms and pull-down ladder access to the loft which could be converted into a further room if desired. The third bedroom is currently being utilised as a study and benefits from a built-in storage cupboard.
Externally are private front &rear gardens with storage to the side of the house and further storage sheds at the rear. All the sheds benefit from mains electricity and a further two power points can be found at the top and bottom of the garden. A water supply can be found in the garden as well as the side shed where plumbing has been installed for a sink and washing machine.
Further features include double glazing throughout and a regularly serviced gas central heating system.
Strathblane itself offers a thriving community with a wide range of amenities including excellent schooling, sports facilities, pubs, grocery shops, chemist, cafes, hairdressers and food outlets. A regular bus service runs to Glasgow via Milngavie and excellent walking and cycling trails are in abundance. The West Highland Way is a 5-minute walk from the village.
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