A charming two bedroom split level conversion within a period stone cottage, offering spacious accommodation set in the conservation area of this unique village.
A ground floor conversion of an elegant, detached stone villa positioned in the heart of the desirable Conservation Area of Quarriers Village, nestling in the West Renfrewshire countryside between the villages of Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm. The village was developed in the late 19th century by William Quarrier and the architect Robert Bryden. This former home overlooks landscaped communal grounds in front of the stunning Mount Zion church and is adjacent to Quarriers Park.
Twin storm doors open to a vestibule with main door access to both the ground and first floor conversions. The ground floor conversion has a split level reception hallway, and the rear hall has access to a stair leading to the basement and a single garage. The lounge is a spacious apartment with a side facing window formation. The first bedroom is a double sized room with lovely views to the communal gardens on Church Avenue. There is a bathroom and a large dining kitchen with a recently installed range of furniture including an inbuilt oven and electric hob. A short stair from the kitchen leads to the impressive 2nd bedroom with a side facing bay window formation.
The specification includes a gas fired central heating system and replacement traditionally styled double glazing.
EER band D
Council tax band E
Quarriers is a peaceful residential hamlet between Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm. There are good road links to the local villages with primary education within Bridge of Weir, Port Glasgow and Kilmacolm which is also home to the prestigious St Columba’s School offering private education at nursery, primary and secondary levels. There are road links via Bridge of Weir towards the A737 dual carriageway, Glasgow International Airport and M8 motorway network leading to Glasgow City Centre.
PA11 3TN 18A Church Avenue, Quarriers Village, Bridge of Weir
2 Windsor Place,
Tel: 01505 691 400
Mon – 9 - 5.30pm
Tue – 9 - 5.30pm
Wed – 9 - 8pm
Thu – 9 - 8pm
Fri – 9 - 5.30pm
Sat – 9.30 - 1pm
Sun – 12 - 3pm