£495,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 April 2010||£545,000||N/A|
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Seldom available, a period country house, dating back to around 1750, commanding views over the surrounding countryside, reputedly built for the 11th Earl of Eglinton and frequented by Robert Burns, of whom he was patron.
Locally admired and regarded as one of Neilston’s finest homes. This substantial detached family home affords spacious, well appointed and flexible accommodation arranged over two floors, extending to around 3738 Sqft (347 Sqm) with many of the principal apartments oriented to enjoy the views over the private garden grounds and surrounding countryside, well designed for family living.
The accommodation comprises:
Ground Floor: Welcoming reception hallway and spacious drawing room with feature fireplace. Staircase to side leading to upper floor. Drawing room affords access to the family room/ study, which has a spiral staircase through the turret. Well presented dual aspect sitting room overlooking the side and rear gardens with a feature stone fireplace incorporating a stove. French doors opening to the garden. Formal dining room overlooking front gardens and countryside beyond. Generous conservatory with aspects over rear gardens, open fire and French doors to the garden. Well appointed and bright refitted dining kitchen equipped with a range of wall mounted and floor standing units, integrated appliances and complementary worktops. A home office and guest WC completes the ground floor accommodation.
First Floor: A spacious and bright upper landing leads to all double bedroom suites. Large master bedroom suite with aspects over the surrounding countryside, fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom with separate shower enclosure. Bedroom two with fitted wardrobes and ensuite shower room. Bedroom three has fitted wardrobes, ensuite shower and enjoys over the surrounding countryside. Bedroom four also overlooks the surrounding countryside and has an ensuite shower room.
Lower Ground Floor: Games room and store.
Well kept garden ground, providing privacy and shelter. The gardens boast lawns and terraces and afford lovely elevated aspects over the surrounding countryside. There is an illuminated monobloc driveway to the front providing parking for multiple vehicles.
Neilston is a popular East Renfrewshire village, voted the most desirable place to live in Scotland, by the Royal Mail in 2017, offering a range of local shops, a leisure centre, library, two primary schools and a train station, which is located less than one mile away and provides regular services to Glasgow Central Station.
This semi rural village is located approximately 12 miles to the South West of Glasgow’s City Centre and is conveniently situated for commuter access to nearby M77/M8 &Glasgow Southern Orbital and provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.
The neighbouring districts of Newton Mearns, Barrhead and of Giffnock are acknowledged for the high standard of local amenities and provides a selection of local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, regular bus and rail services to Glasgow City Centre, banks, library and health care facilities. Neilston House is conveniently located for access to Asda in Barrhead, The Avenue shopping centre in Newton Mearns, Waitrose at Greenlaw Village Retail Park and Silverburn Shopping Centre.
The neighbouring countryside caters for a wide range of sports/leisure activities including fishing, golf and all equestrian pursuits, the Dams to Darnley Country Park, as well as East Renfrewshire Council's own excellent sports and leisure facilities at Eastwood Toll, in Giffnock.
EPC - Band D.
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