Situated in an established pocket of Pollokshields and presented to market in “turnkey” condition, 3 Herries Road originally dates from the late 1800’s. Constructed using sandstone under a pitched and slated roof the subjects deliver six principal apartments alongside a stunning dining kitchen opening directly onto an enclosed rear garden. Our clients have spent considerable time and effort creating an exceptional family home and early internal inspection is encouraged to avoid disappointment.
The accommodation includes; sheltered entrance portico, private vestibule via storm doors, broad reception hallway with under stair cupboard and a large living room including box bay window and an open working fire. A contemporary shower room/wc is also accessed from the reception hallway. The rear portion of the property has been expertly remodelled to create an impressive living/dining kitchen (25 foot in width) including feature island, wall/floor mounted cabinetry and double doors to the rear garden. Adjacent to the kitchen area is a designed utility room and a home office/study with side door to garden.
The original staircase with timber balustrade leads to first floor level revealing four full double sized bedrooms, the master of which has a box bay window similar to the living room downstairs. A luxury three piece main house bathroom is accessed from the landing with a feature gable end window. A skylight allows natural light into the staircase whilst a ceiling hatch at first floor landing has a fold down ladder leading into a sizeable attic space.
Sympathetic refurbishment has been carried out to the property in recent years although the manner of work allows a number of period features to be retained including ceiling plasterwork, stained glass and moulded woodwork. The specification includes gas central heating, security alarm system and single glazed timber cased windows. Externally the property sits in established garden grounds with a mixture of lawns, well stocked beddings and mature bushes/trees. The rear garden is particularly generous and fully enclosed by boundary walls with a carefully positioned patio adjacent to the building. Stone chipped driveway parking to the front is accessed through twin gatepiers leading to a lean-to single car garage.