£865,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|10 January 2020||£670,000||£10,000|
|15 July 2010||£680,000||N/A|
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Marchdyke is a substantial and distinctive period detached five bedroom family home set within mature gardens, located in one of Whitecraigs most prestigious addresses.
Home Report Valuation: £900,000. Home Report available on request.
The front elevation of the property belies the spacious and flexible layout internally. Marchdyke has been comprehensively upgraded and re-designed by the current owners and the complete accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Spacious and welcoming wood panelled reception hallway with fireplace and staircase to upper floor. Generous and well presented bay window drawing room with stunning Inglenook style fireplace. Spacious sitting room, which affords access to the wrap round sun room with views onto the private garden. The breakfasting/dining room gives access to the well appointed and bright kitchen. The kitchen has been beautifully refitted by Gideon Robinson. The kitchen is fitted with a range of bespoke wall mounted and floor standing units, integrated appliances, complemented by a solid wood breakfasting bar, granite worktop and corian island unit. The kitchen has bi-folding doors leading onto the decked terrace and garden grounds. Separate utility area. Generous bay window master bedroom overlooking the front gardens, with dressing room and separate attractively refitted ensuite bathroom, with separate shower enclosure. Formal dining room/additional ground floor bedroom with an ensuite shower room. A guest WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
First Floor: Bright and spacious landing leading to three double bedrooms. Bedroom two with an attractive ensuite shower room. Bedroom three with fitted wardrobes. Bedroom four. A generous bathroom with a separate walk in shower enclosure completes the overall accommodation.
The mature grounds are enclosed and provide privacy and shelter. The gardens boast several lawns, seasonally colourful, well stocked borders and strategically positioned terraces, south westerly facing orientation at rear. The property has a large driveway, providing parking for several cars and leads to a detached double garage. The property is benefits from gas central heating and protected by a security alarm system and CCTV, which can be accessed remotely.
Burnside Road is a street lined with substantial houses set within generous and established gardens and in recent years Higher Whitecraigs has become one of Glasgow’s premier residential addresses.
A hugely popular suburb, Whitecraigs is located approximately 9 miles South 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 Ayrshire coast.
Whitecraigs and its neighbouring suburb of Newton Mearns are recognised as providing amongst the highest standards of local amenities including healthcare centres, banks and libraries and a broad range of supermarkets, boutique shops and restaurants. Local sports and recreational facilities include David Lloyd Rouken Glen, Parklands Country Club, Cathcart and Whitecraigs Golf Clubs, Whitecraigs Tennis club, Rouken Glen Park, voted Best Park in the UK 2016, as well as East Renfrewshire Council's own excellent sports and leisure facilities at Eastwood Toll.
For those with young families, the property sits within the catchment area for some of Scotland's highest attaining primary and secondary schools, including Kirkhill Primary School, Mearns Castle and St. Ninian’s High Schools. Marchdyke is also within easy reach of the private Belmont House School and a number of school-run pick-up points for private schools in Glasgow.
EPC - Band D
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