Offers Over £455,000
- 2152 sq. ft.
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** Closing Date ** Tuesday 14th June at 12noon
A charming period home positioned in the highly regarded South Avenue area of Paisley set within mature and extensive landscaped gardens that enjoy a southerly rear aspect towards a screen of mature trees and shrubbery.
Craigisla is an elegant late 1950’s arts and crafts style detached villa that is positioned on the southern side of South Avenue in the Thornly Park area of Paisley. Designed by the local architect James Steel Maitland for the family of the current owners, it has remained in the same family ever since. This is a highly sought after residential area within the historic town of Paisley adjacent to the rural boundary of the town.
The property is set within beautiful and mature landscaped garden grounds which include a variety of mature shrubs and several lawn areas. The formal gardens are positioned on the southern side of the property in the rear garden area which is overlooked by the main public rooms. This is a level lawn area with a further sloping lawn beyond that extends to the southern boundary of the property where there is a screen of mature trees and shrubbery. The front gardens include twin lawn areas at either side of a gravel driveway
providing extensive parking and leading to a detached single sized garage.
This period home displays a wealth of character and features include timber flooring throughout the reception hallway, lounge and dining room. There is built in butler’s pantry storage. The property does require modernisation and upgrading but offers a pleasant seven apartment layout formed over two levels. The specification includes a gas fired central heating system with a boiler positioned in an outside boiler room and there is double glazing to external windows.
The accommodation comprises of an entrance vestibule with access to a cloakroom/WC. There is entrance into the formal reception hallway of the property which has stairs to the upper floor and a double glazed door with windows to either side leading to a covered side terrace area with entry to the gardens. The lounge Is an impressive apartment extending to 21 feet in length with picture windows enjoying a southerly access over the landscaped rear gardens. The formal dining room is also a spacious apartment with twin window formations overlooking the gardens. There is a sitting room which has recently been used has a ground floor fifth bedroom. A pantry with built in traditional storage cupboards and entry to under stair store cupboards leads to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted kitchen furniture with wall mounted shelving and space for a dining table and chairs. The rear hall has a door to the side gardens and a coal cellar.
A broad stair leads to the first floor level of the property with a storage cupboard on the half landing and an upper hallway with front facing window and a roomy built in linen cupboard. There are four bedrooms on the upper floor of the property. The bathroom is subdivided with a reception area containing a wash hand basin, entry to a WC and a separate bathroom area. This has a three piece suite comprising of a wash hand basin, a bath featuring mixer taps with shower attachment and a separate corner shower area.
The historic town of Paisley has an excellent range of shopping, sporting facilities, transport links and the impressive Paisley Abbey. Regular mainline railway services to Glasgow City centre and the Clyde coast. Connections to Glasgow International Airport and the M8 motorway. Paisley is home to the University of The West of Scotland and has established schooling in the local area. Gleniffer Braes has a variety of walks, Paisley Golf Club and stunning views toward the Campsie Hills.
2 Windsor Place,
Tel: 01505 691 400
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