£320,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 November 2014||£260,000||N/A|
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We strongly recommend immediate internal viewing on this most impressive traditionally built yet extended detached villa occupying this generous plot which is designed to be of low maintenance and offers generous family accommodation throughout, enhanced by a wealth of features. Generously proportioned family accommodation on offer, which is set over two levels, comprises reception vestibule, entrance porch, formal lounge and dining area with patio doors, dining room/office with patio doors to courtyard, fully fitted kitchen with pantry, utility room, downstairs WC, five bedrooms, two of which have bay windows and another with impressive ensuite, and family shower room.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing, landscaped matured garden grounds to front and rear of property which are enhanced by mono-block parking, patio and lower level patio and lawn which is fully enclosed. Generously proportioned mono-block driveway via impressive entrance from Hamilton Road which is capable of accommodating a large number of vehicles and offers access to a detached double garage via remote controlled door. In summary, this is a well presented and seldom available period residence which has been painstakingly extended throughout to offer a large yet flexible family home.
Until the late 18th century, Mount Vernon was known as Windy Edge where in 1756 the lands were acquired by the Glasgow tobacco merchant George Buchanan, who favoured a more flattering name. Both he and his brother in Virginia changed their estate names at the same time in honour of the popular British Admiral Vernon. Mount Vernon is now the East End of Glasgow's most sought after residential pocket with an excellent mix of property styles and ages, varying from one bedroom modern flats to substantial modern and traditional villas. Mount Vernon is also ideally positioned for commuting, with good local bus services, four railway stations within a three mile radius and access to the national motorway network which is approximately one mile away. There are a number a of primary and secondary schools serving this area and these include Mount Vernon Primary, Garrowhill Primary, St Frances Primary, East Bank Primary and Bannernan High School.
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