Dating back to 1926, this stunning 4 bedroom bungalow has been cleverly extended and upgraded to the highest standard throughout. A beautiful family home in the leafy Lochend district with flexible living accommodation over two levels that is certain to impress. Luxuriously appointed with high end finishes whilst retaining plenty of period character and charm. The location is also ideal in the heart of Bearsden close to a range of local shops, bars and restaurants as well as high ranking schools and excellent public transport links.
The internal accommodation comprises; broad and welcoming reception hallway, an impressive 18’8 formal lounge with bay window to front and feature fireplace, magnificent open plan L-shaped dining kitchen/ sitting room forming the hub of this family home. The kitchen is fitted with quality wall and floor units, integrated appliances, a breakfast bar for casual dining and some clever use of lighting. There is space for formal dining as well as a spacious sitting area - a great place for entertaining. The master bedroom is set to the rear of the property and has a luxury en-suite shower room and a large walk-in wardrobe/ dressing room. There is a second double bedroom with feature stained glass windows, a family bathroom with fresh white three piece suite, a utility room with plumbing for appliances, and a shower room.
The upper level has two well proportioned double bedrooms, a single bedroom/ study, and a modern shower room with three piece suite.
The specification includes gas central heating, partial double glazing and security alarm system. The rear gardens are mainly laid to lawn and are bounded by matures hedges (there is also a patio area offering a great space to relax outside in fine weather). To the front of the property there are well tended gardens, a gravel driveway with off street parking for several cars and a single detached garage for secure parking and extra storage.
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