Semi-detached properties of this size and calibre are rare, writes Beverley Brown
BUILT in 1895 and extended twice since, 23 Ledcameroch Road is one of the most impressive properties in Bearsden – and occupies a setting to match within extensive gardens, star of which is a superb paved sun terrace/patio next to the house.
Semi-detached properties of this size and calibre are rare and this blonde sandstone example is exceptional in every respect.
Entered by a vestibule and hall that displays original features, notably parquet wood flooring, deep skirtings, traditional four-panelled doors, ornate plasterwork and grand staircase, the accommodation comprises lounge with front-facing curved bay window and open fireplace, formal dining room, living room with bay window and access to the rear terrace and garden, office and cloakroom. Also on this floor is the main hub of this home – a sociable 31ft open-plan dining/fitted kitchen with feature tiling, island and Aga.
Concealed stairs from the hall lead to a large utility and additional WC on the lower ground floor, while the main staircase gives access to five double bedrooms on the first floor (two with fitted wardrobes) together with a contemporary fully-tiled wet room and family bathroom that serves as an en-suite to bedroom two. There is also access via a pull-down ladder to attic storage space. Bordered by mature trees, the façade is enhanced by distinctive arched upper floor windows, tall chimneys, offset front entrance, and a monobloc gated front driveway leading to a detached double garage.
At the rear, the low-maintenance sun terrace is ideal for entertaining and overlooks an expansive lawn with plant and shrub borders.
Beautifully presented inside and out and located within walking distance to Bearsden Cross, this substantial property is for sale with Corum’s local office at offers over £795,000.