£255,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 June 2018||£215,000||£18,500|
|30 June 2016||£196,500||£45,000|
|13 September 2013||£151,500||£30,500|
|25 April 2003||£121,000||N/A|
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Beautifully appointed main door lower conversion located within a highly sought after and prestigious address. This magnificent lower conversion is presented in immaculate condition and retains a wealth of period features, including ceiling cornicing, moulded woodwork, fireplace and beautiful stained glass.
The accommodation on offer comprises of an entrance portico, vestibule, a welcoming reception hallway with feature stain glass windows and cloaks cupboard. Impressive formal lounge with bay window overlooking the private gardens at the front, feature fireplace with inset living flame fire. Stylish recently fitted kitchen with underfloor heating, a range of integral appliances and built in gas hob and electric oven. There are two good sized spacious double bedrooms the master of which offers access to an attractive four-piece bathroom with feature LED lighting, contemporary tiling complete with three-piece white suite and a separate shower enclosure.
Further benefits include gas central heating and double glazing. The property has been tastefully decorated to a high standard throughout and early internal viewing is strongly advised.
There are private gardens to front and rear which are bordering by a selection of plants trees and shrubs. chipped driveway gives access to parking for up to two cars. The delightful south facing rear garden is laid to lawn and fully enclosed with garden shed and patio area ideal for entertaining,
Furthermore, there is a large attached outhouse at the rear with light, power and a water supply.
Stewarton Drive is widely recognised as one of the area's most sought after addresses and is positioned within an established pocket of Cambuslang to the south of Glasgow. The property is conveniently placed for access to a host of amenities including schools at both primary and secondary levels, recreational facilities, golf course and a variety of day-to-day shops. Kirkhill and Cambuslang railway stations are only a short walk away giving easy access to Glasgow city centre and further afield. In addition to this, there are excellent motorway links via M74/M8/M73 giving access to the surrounding areas and the Central Belt.
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