11 Greenhead Road

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11 Greenhead Road, Bearsden

Fixed price £600,000

Generous off street car parking and a wide natural stone path gives level access to the tall front door protected in a canopy. The side path to the rear garden has wiring for a future electric car charging point.

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Property Description

Generous off street car parking and a wide natural stone path gives level access to the tall front door protected in a canopy. The side path to the rear garden has wiring for a future electric car charging point. The front gardens are fully landscaped with mature container grown plants protected by bark mulch.

The porch and hall are generous in width and height with an interior framed picture window so there is a view from the front door to the rear garden. The open plan kitchen/dining/family room is enormous and has direct level access to the south/west facing private and secluded walled rear garden. The family room opens into the formal living room which also has direct level access to the rear garden. There are two double bedrooms, each with en-suite bathroom or shower room. They are fitted with Roche sanitary ware, Hansgrohe taps and shower attachments, attractive ceramic tiling, huge mirrors, electric shaving points and numerous adjustable down lighters.
There is a third bedroom or study with tall vertical windows facing towards the front and rear private gardens.

A separate cloakroom for visitors and generous storage cupboards are accessed off the hallway. A separate utility room has washing machine, tumble dryer, sink and a large technology cupboard with Greenstar gas boiler. The 210 litre hot water storage cylinder is linked to the discrete PV panels on the south facing roof slopes and ensure free hot water for many months of the year. The PV panels also supply free electricity appliances when used during the daylight hours.

The rear garden has level access from both family room and formal living room. It has a paved terrace in natural red sandstone with a generous level lawn, a low timber wall and a gently sloping garden. The recycling bins are positioned in the side access path and there is space for a generous gar-den store tucked discretely around the corner.

Passive Systems

The walls, floor and roof of the Villa Apartments are super insulated. The double-glazed windows are by a leading Danish window company, fully factory finished with lockable handles and restrictor stays for extra security and ease of cleaning.

All external walls are built in solid natural sandstone with a Dumfries Locharbriggs smooth red ashlar sandstone base course and pitch faced tex-tured Stanton Moor blond sandstone walling above.

Active Systems

The PV photovoltaic panels are directly linked to the 210 litre hot water storage cylinder with a separate thermostat. Greenstar high performance gas boiler discretely located within the utility room. The very high levels of insulation, superb materials and build quality will result in extremely low maintenance and running costs.

Murray Russell Architects

Murray Russell Architects are a renowned architectural
practice who have designed and built more than 40
Villa Apartments in and on the edge of Old Bearsden’s
Outstanding Conservation Area. Perhaps this is the
best so far.

Some of their other Villa apartments are in Ralston
Road, Ellergreen Road, Manse Road Gardens, Upper
Glenburn Road and Gartconnell Drive and have long
since blended into their different and varied street
scenes. Visit them and judge for yourself.

The site has a superb, quiet location while being very
accessible between Drymen Road and Milngavie Road
The design expands the Conservation Area from the
substantial two story detached and semi-detached
houses in West Chapelton Crescent.

Each apartment has high floor to ceiling heights, large
vertically proportioned windows and super insulation.
Very durable external materials have been used
Including natural stone walls, slate roofs and natural
copper that has already taken on a dark bronze patina.

The existing natural environment has been protected
throughout the build by retaining and managing
the existing mature trees and hedging. This existing
landscaping has been further enhanced with new
trees, shrubs and hedges.

Local Area

The suburb of Bearsden is one of Glasgow’s most desired districts in which to reside. There are numerous highly acclaimed educational facilities at both primary and secondary levels and leisure facilities are plentiful with a choice of private and state gyms and clubs in abundance. Locally, there is an excellent selection of shops and services at Bearsden Cross along with restaurants, cafes and bars. There are excellent bus links nearby and train stations can be found at Hillfoot, Westerton and Bearsden providing regular services into Glasgow’s West End and City Centre, including a service to Edinburgh, Glasgow Airport can be reached within twenty-five minutes off peak and, to the north of Bearsden is the world renowned Loch Lommond and The Trossach’s National Park.

Selling Branch

Branch Address

4 Canniesburn Toll Bearsden G61 2QU
Tel: 0141 942 5888
Fax: 0141 943 2288
Email: sales@corumproperty.co.uk

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Tue, Wed, Thu 9am-8pm
Sat 9.30am-1.00pm
Sun 12noon-3pm

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