The Neuk 1 Donaldfield Road, Bridge of Weir
Offers Over £550,000
- Property Type: Detached House
- Bedrooms: 5
- Bathrooms: 2
- Public Rooms: 3
*** CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY 5TH MARCH AT 12 NOON ***
The Neuk is a charming period villa positioned in landscaped corner gardens in the attractive Renfrewshire village of Bridge of Weir. Constructed for the first golf professional at nearby Ranfurly Castle Golf Club the property displays art Nouveu influences that reflect the style of the impressive clubhouse. A sympathetically designed extension was added in the 1920’s to provide the current spacious layout that offers 2900 square feet of accommodation over two levels.
There are timber storm doors into the entrance vestibule and the L-shaped reception hall has a broad stair to the upper floor. The bright lounge has been recently redecorated with neutral décor, a polished timber floor and a fireplace with a cast iron and tiled inlay. This lovely room is bathed in natural light from large windows to the front and side. The formal dining room also enjoys a dual aspect overlooking the gardens. The comfortable family room has corner windows to the garden, French doors and a wood burning stove. The kitchen is fitted with traditional styled furniture with a range cooker and matching furniture extends into the adjacent breakfasting room with patio doors to the gardens. There is a utility room and a cloakroom/wc.
The spacious principal bedroom has side and rear windows overlooking the gardens. There are four further upstairs bedrooms and a family bathroom with a four piece suite that includes a WC, wash hand basin, bath and a separate shower.
The specification of this lovely home includes a modern alarm system and an upgraded gas fired central heating system. The majority of the traditional external windows have secondary glazing and there are double glazed patio doors.
The property is set in corner gardens at the junction of Donaldfield Road and St. Andrews Drive. The gardens are enclosed by a stone wall with a screen of mature trees and shrubbery. The “Pow Burn” meanders through the front edge of the lower garden adjacent the front lawn. The rear gardens have a southerly aspect and contain lawn areas, mature trees and vegetable or display plots. The front gravel driveway provides parking and access to the substantial double garage designed to reflect the original style. This building has remote control doors, a gardeners wc and stairs to an upper level providing a games room or store.
Bridge of Weir has good road links towards the M8 motorway, Glasgow International Airport and Glasgow city centre. The village offers a wide range of local amenities including restaurants, shops and a library. The village has a popular Primary School with a nursery and secondary education is at the prestigious Gryffe High School. There is also private schooling nearby at St. Columba’s in Kilmacolm. The village has two 18 hole golf courses and there is fishing available on the River Gryffe.
Proceed West from Glasgow on the M8 and exit at junction 28A onto the A737 dual carriageway. Take the 2nd exit at Johnstone, turning right at the traffic lights onto Barrochan Road and first exit at the roundabout onto Bridge of Weir Road (A761). On entering Bridge of Weir turn first left onto Prieston Road. Continue past the clubhouse of Ranfurly Castle Golf Club on the right and The Neuk is on the left before the junction with St. Andrews Drive.
Branch Address2 Windsor Place, Main Street, PA11 3AF
Tel: 01505 691 400
Email: [email protected]
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