Set within established garden grounds in a popular pocket of Cathcart, this is a beautifully presented mid terrace home. Originally dating from the early 1900s the property retains a number of traditional features beside a modern kitchen, utility room, downstairs wc and a four piece main house bathroom. The standard of finish throughout is truly impressive and early inspection is highly recommended.
The accommodation extends to; private entrance vestibule through twin doors, broad reception hallway, bay windowed living room with gas fireplace and a designated TV room with another gas fireplace. An expertly fitted kitchen overlooks the rear garden and leads through to a useful utility area with downstairs wc adjacent. A back door from the utility area leads into the garden.
The original staircase features a detailed timber balustrade gives access to first floor level revealing three versatile double bedrooms. The master bedroom is of particular note with bay window formation and a lovely decorative fire surround. A contemporary four piece bathroom suite from first floor landing has underfloor heating.
The specification retains remarkable period features such as stained glass, fire surrounds, woodwork and ceiling plasterwork combined with gas central heating, double glazing and tasteful decor/flooring. A large attic space has been floored and insulated and is accessed via ceiling hatch at first floor landing.
Externally the property sits within level, established garden grounds bound by perimeter walls and fencing. The rear garden is of particular note and a brick built garage with up/over door is accessed from a lane behind the terrace.