Offers Over £420,000
** SOLD AT CLOSING DATE ** A traditional detached house set within splendid garden grounds.
This traditional detached bungalow enjoys a popular and highly convenient location within the sought after suburb of Waterfoot. Offering a rare opportunity to the local marketplace, the subjects are set within 0.414 acre garden grounds and could potentially suit a variety of purchasers.
Being presented to the market for the first time, Terland is accessed via long driveway/front gardens and the property itself displays a pretty and characterful front elevation. The ground floor accommodation extends to traditional style reception hallway with storage adjacent, generous front facing formal dining room, generous principal bedroom, spacious dining sized kitchen with a range of wall and base mounted units, storage adjacent and access to landscaped patio and gardens at rear, upgraded shower room, and fantastic formal lounge with aspects to rear gardens and access to same via sliding patio doors. Upstairs provides further spacious double bedroom with fitted storage and wash hand basin, contemporary shower room with stylish tiling and further double bedroom with fitted storage. The specification includes a system of gas central heating, double glazing, security alarm system, and overall the subjects are well presented and maintained throughout.
Externally the property is set within wonderfully mature and highly established garden grounds. Largely laid to lawn with mature border planting and hedging. The property enjoys lovely open outlooks to countryside beyond. The plot extends to 0.414 of an acre and this outside space provides a fantastic opportunity for further extension/development (subject to planning). Driveway to front and side providing parking for multiple vehicles leading to attached garage fitted with power and light. External power source.
Waterfoot is close to the conservation village of Eaglesham and also the high amenity suburb of Clarkston. Eaglesham is a fine example of late 18th Century planning and architecture, and the village was designated Scotland’s first outstanding conservation area in 1960. The village provides a range of local shops, up-market hotel, bars, restaurants, popular village primary school and is also within the catchment radius for nationally recognised schooling. Some of Scotland’s finest independent schools are also easily accessible on the south side of Glasgow. The surrounding countryside offers quiet country lanes, fishing and a number of highly regarded golf courses. There are regular bus services provided to the city centre and excellent motorway networks providing swift access to Glasgow and Ayrshire. Busby Station and Clarkston Station are the local train stations. Both Glasgow and Prestwick airports are also within easy reach.
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From our office on Ayr Road, Newton Mearns travelling south bound turning right at the Broom Estate onto Sandringham Avenue, proceed onwards and upon reaching Mearns Road turn right and then left onto Broom Road East, proceed along same and upon reaching the traffic lights at Mearns Castle High School turn left onto Waterfoot Road, proceed onwards and upon reaching Glasgow Road turn right. Continue along same passing through the lights and the property is situated along on the left hand side from this approach.
134 Ayr Road,
Tel: 0141 639 5888
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