£500,000 Offers over
A beautifully presented traditional detached Bungalow with modern interior decor, enjoying a delightful position, with large mature gardens and open fields to the rear and situated within what is accepted as one of Stepps most desirable addresses. This house was built in 1933 and only had 3 owners.
This spacious home will undoubtedly be of wide appeal. Property of this style and character do not come on to the market on a regular basis, so do not miss this opportunity to view for a full appreciation of the overall size as well as the wonderful setting with open fields to the rear plus views to the Campsie Hills and a good degree of privacy. The internal layout comprises: Entrance porch, welcoming L-shaped reception hallway, bright and spacious lounge with bay window overlooking the rear garden with lovely aspects beyond. The well-equipped breakfasting kitchen also overlooks the rear garden with an outer door to the rear porch and stairs at the back of the property which leads down to the basement level which is currently used as a storage area. There are four well-proportioned double sized bedrooms with the master bedroom featuring an en-suite shower room. There is also a family bathroom with three-piece suite. In addition, there is a large, fully floored and lined attic space with Velux windows, offering excellent potential to create further bedrooms or additional living space (subject to planning consents). This appealing property is further enhanced by gas central heating, double glazed windows, large driveway extending to the detached double sized garage with electric door and electricity throughout which could be used as a workspace and an excellent plot with immaculately presented mature landscaped gardens to front and rear with rear not overlooked, which provides a high degree of privacy. The property also benefits from a large cellar with electricity throughout.
Located off Cumbernauld Road via Blenheim Avenue, Mount Harriet Drive, is tucked away yet is extremely convenient to the centre of Stepps where there are a variety of amenities including schooling. The property is within walking distance of the bowling, tennis and health clubs and The Garfield Hotel. The train station is within half a mile, which is ideal for commuting or socialising. There is ease of access to the M80 interchange which is ideal for those who commute by car to either Glasgow or Stirling and also via the M8 for Edinburgh. Crow Wood Golf Course is also nearby.
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