- Council Tax Band: E
- Striking semi-detached bungalow
- Flexible 5 apartment layout
- Beautiful interior
- 2 public rooms and 3 bedrooms
- Shower room and en-suite bathroom
- Double glazing and gas central heating
- South facing rear garden and driveway
- Much sought-after and established location
- Council Tax Band: E
This striking example of a traditional 1930s semi-detached bungalow has undergone a creative transformation to provide exceptional family accommodation spanning two levels and encompassing five versatile rooms.
Set on a generous plot, the house boasts a sun-soaked south-facing rear garden and delightful open views to the front. Internally, it is meticulously presented, showcasing many notable features including quality floor coverings and tasteful decor. The contemporary kitchen is equipped with integral appliances, and there is a smartly fitted shower room and upstairs bathroom. The house is further enhanced by double glazing and a gas-fired central heating system powered by a Potterton combination boiler.
Upon entering through the vestibule, a welcoming reception hallway with an adjacent store cupboard sets the tone. Original box-panelled doors with leaded stained-glass insets provide access to all rooms. The lounge, highlighted by a large box bay window with open views, connects seamlessly to the adjacent dining room through twin glazed doors. The dining room features under stair storage, a staircase ascending to the upper level, and French doors leading to the rear patio. The extensively fitted kitchen includes integral appliances such as a fridge-freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob, and washing machine. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a spacious front-facing double bedroom and a well-appointed shower room.
Upstairs, two good-sized bedrooms await, one of which boasts excellent storage and access to a three-piece en-suite bathroom.
Outside, a low-maintenance garden graces the front, accompanied by an adjacent block-paved driveway. The delightful rear garden, mostly laid to lawn, is enclosed by perimeter fencing and hedging, with a paved patio area ideal for entertaining or alfresco dining.
Situated in a highly sought-after pocket of Rutherglen, the property sits close to a variety of amenities, including Overton Park and Kings Park. Local shops cater to day-to-day needs, while popular schooling options are available at both Primary and Secondary levels. Nearby Burnside and Rutherglen provide a diverse range of facilities, including supermarkets, banking, bars, and restaurants. Excellent public transport services by bus and rail, with Croftfoot Train Station a short walk away, and easy access to the M8, M77, and M74 motorways contribute to the property's convenience in reaching the Central Belt swiftly.
The Energy Performance rating on this property is Band D.