- Council Tax Band: F
- Larger double-bay fronted detached bungalow
- Flexible 5 apartment layout
- All-on-the level accommodation
- Fabulous potential
- Substantial garden plot
- Driveway & garage
- Sitting at the head of a no-through road
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Sitting towards the head of a no-through road, this attractive red sandstone double-bay fronted bungalow, dating from the 1930s, occupies a substantial garden plot and boasts all-on-the-level living with five flexible apartments and a generous footprint of around 115 sq. m.
The property presents an exciting opportunity for significant extension and alteration (subject to necessary planning permissions and building warrants) and although having been much-loved home under the same ownership for a number of years, will require a good amount of investment to meet modern standards and specifications, which has been reflected in the competitive asking price.
In terms of accommodation the property comprises an entrance vestibule opening into an expansive reception hallway with fitted cloaks cupboard and hatch over with fixed ladder to a particularly large, floored attic storage area. There is a formal lounge to front with fireplace detail and a broad bay window over the garden. The principal bedroom is also front facing and features a broad three section bay window. At the rear, there is a fitted breakfasting kitchen that allows passage through to a rear utility porch which in turn gives direct access to the rear garden, a good sized single bedroom and adjacent sitting room/fourth bedroom with a large picture window over the garden. The accommodation is completed by a further side facing double bedroom and an upgraded wet room that was installed approximately two years ago. The house has double glazed window units and there is a system of gas fired central heating by way of an Alpha combination boiler that was installed in March of this year.
Outside, the garden grounds are mostly laid to lawn and bounded by mature hedging/timber fencing. There is a driveway to side providing off-street parking for at least four cars that leads to a single detached garage with power and lighting. The rear garden itself has a variety of planted areas, greenhouse and there is access from the rear of the house to cellar storage.
The property is conveniently placed for access to an excellent variety of amenities upon Stonelaw Road. More extensive facilities can be found on Rutherglen Main Street and further afield at Kingsgate Retail Park which is only a short drive to the south east. Recreational pursuits are varied within the general area and include well maintained parks, golf courses, gyms, and excellent schooling at both primary and secondary levels. There are excellent bus links to the City Centre, and Burnside railway station sits only a short distance from the property. There are also excellent road links close by giving easy access to the surrounding areas and the Central Belt motorway network system.
The Energy Performance rating on this property is Band D.