Occupying the entire ground floor of this significant detached sandstone residence, a substantial period conversion offering versatile accommodation within six principal apartments formed all on one level. A wealth of period detailing is retained, most notably original ceiling cornice work, plaster work and woodwork, whilst a professionally refurbished bathroom, highly contemporary kitchen and charming traditional main bathroom lead to ease of living on a day to day basis. Early internal inspection is absolutely imperative.
The complete accommodation extends to: residents’ portico/vestibule, access to private welcoming hallway and broad reception area, substantial formal bay windowed lounge with focal point fireplace, generous principal double bedroom, beautifully appointed main house bathroom, double sized guest bedroom to rear with walk-in dressing area/study, hallway extending to the rear of the building allowing access through to the kitchen wing, professionally designed and installed living/dining kitchen, rear hallway, bedrooms three and four and further house bathroom/shower room.
The specification includes gas central heating, partial double glazing, off-street parking for at least two or three vehicles and access to an attached double car garage. Garden grounds to the rear are of significant proportions offering hard landscaped area adjacent to the building suitable for al fresco dining and entertaining. The garden sweeps off to the rear and down towards Dalziel Drive enjoying particularly bright southerly aspects. The garden areas are predominately laid as lawn with various terraced sections, bounded by perimeter walling and mature bushes and trees which aid seclusion and privacy. The gardens are beautifully stocked with perennials and ever greens. It is rare to find a garden with such privacy this close to the City Centre.