Property Information
7 Station Road, Bardowie,
G62 6ET
3 bedrooms 2 bathrooms Semi-Detached House 3 reception rooms Built in 1901 145sq m Energy Rating D
£450,000 Offers Over
Sold STC Council Tax: Band G
Property Description
PROPERTY TYPE
Semi-Detached House
BEDROOMS
x 3
BATHROOMS
x 2

Property Description

*SOLD AT CLOSING DATE*

Station Road is a quiet cul-de-sac off Balmore Road, just opposite Bardowie Loch. Nr 7 is a wonderful traditional home finished with a contemporary feel to meet the needs of a modern family.


Extended at the rear, this home has an elevated position with a fantastic open outlook to the rear over open farmland.

Approaching from the generous driveway, with space for several cars, step into the entrance porch which also serves as a handy boot room. Another doorway leads to the welcoming hallway, where your attention will be immediately caught by the impressive newly refitted timber staircase leading to the upper floor, but more on that later.

Off to your right lies the formal lounge, a large light room with a host of traditional features such as high ceilings, a large bay window, cornicing, bookcase and fireplace.

Heading back through the hall, and directly ahead lies the breakfasting kitchen, with sage green cabinetry and plenty space for a farmhouse style dining table. A storage nook provides space for coats and shoes and next door lies a handy WC. In the extension find a large flexible space with sliding doors to the rear garden, perfect as an additional sitting area, home office or a playroom as utilised by the current owners.

Returning back to the entrance hall, to your left lies the dining room, with roof light, traditional fireplace and bookcase.

From the hallway, ascend the beautiful staircase to arrive in the spacious upper hall, off which lie three bedrooms and the family bathroom.

To the front, find the main bedroom, a spacious room, with inbuilt storage and ample space for a dresser and even a study area.

The family bathroom has been recently refitted in a traditional style, with the original wood panelling being painstakingly exposed and restored by the current owners. Featuring modern sanitaryware with a shower over the bath.

A second large bedroom lies to the rear, again with a beautiful original fireplace and bookcase.

Currently decorated for a young occupant, the third bedroom has tranquil views over farmland and a traditional fireplace.
Externally this home has a driveway long enough for several cars, extending to a single garage. To the front, borders with shrubbery surround a turfed area. To the rear, a large, private and fully enclosed garden laid mainly to turf with patio area, mature shrubbery, fruit trees, and open views over the countryside beyond.

Proof and source of Funds/Anti Money Laundering

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All individuals involved in the transaction are required to produce proof of identity and proof of address. This is acceptable either as original or certified documents.