Set within extensive private grounds within “The Avenues’” of West Pollokshields, a significant B Listed baronial sandstone detached residence. The architect responsible for “The Three Sisters” has never been identified; however, there are many similarities to other houses in the area by WF McGibbon.
‘Hazliebrae’ was constructed circa 1887 in natural stone under a steep pitched and slated roof and is locally regarded as the east most one of “The Three Sisters”. Internally the property displays many fine period features, most notably stained/leaded glass, original wood work and plaster work. The subjects offer versatile family accommodation within three/four public rooms and five/six bedrooms over two principal levels. Early internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the overall accommodation and flexibility within this impressive family home.
The complete accommodation extends to: vestibule, broad welcoming hallway with wood panelling, cloakroom WC, corner oriel bay windowed lounge with focal point fireplace and internal access through to period conservatory, comfortable family sitting room, downstairs office, formal dining room, sizeable living/dining kitchen (with AGA), utility room/boiler room and maids rooms and mezzanine to the rear (scope for further potential).
The original staircase leads through half landing to first floor revealing five flexible bedrooms, master with oriel window and en-suite bathroom and also separate main house bathroom. A further fixed/original stair leads to second floor level revealing the original billiards room, at one time used as a dance studio, with feature windows to front and side, and a useful study accessed by a fixed/original stair.
The specification includes: gas central heating and security alarm system. Externally the property sits within extensive and predominately level grounds. The original boundary walling and pillared entrance are retained to the front with an extensive lawn section with well stocked beds and mature bushes and trees aiding seclusion and privacy. The driveway leads to the left hand side of the feu allowing off-street parking for at least three or four vehicles and passage to an oversized single car garage of traditional construction. The rear gardens are fully enclosed with perimeter walling, and raised lawned area to the back. The lawned area curves round to the rear/right allowing passage to original boiler house and an appended Victorian style conservatory to the right hand gable wall.