- Updated On:
- August 15, 2022
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
2 Bed Terraced House for Sale Milngavie, Glasgow G62. Although a stone Victorian terraced house, this property combines modern fixtures and a stunning back expansion to create a lovely home suitable for contemporary living. After purchasing the home in 2014, our client embarked on a comprehensive modernization and improvement programme that included the rear expansion that has been described. The property’s small, basement bathroom was originally converted into a larger guest restroom. It was done extremely skillfully to transform the third bedroom into the main bathroom.
As a result, the house has two bedrooms, but it can be converted to have three bedrooms if necessary. To do this, either utilise the lounge as a bedroom or reverse the work already done. The main living area at the back of the house has enough room for living/dining and the kitchen (see photographs and floor plans).
The central heating system and radiators (Baxi combination boiler, chrome towel radiators in the bathroom and WC), the kitchen was fitted in a very smart modern style, new sanitaryware was installed, the interior was completely redecorated, new floor coverings were installed, the rear garden was landscaped, and an alarm system was installed. Windows were replaced with contemporary UPVc double glazed units. The end product is a fantastic home that, in an ideal world, would work for some families as well as single people and couples.
It has a very large rear yard that is divided into two pieces and faces west, making it perfect for catching the afternoon and evening sun. Two semi-detached garages are on common ground with No. 117 at the end of the terrace, the southernmost of which is owned by No. 115. It is situated across the street from Barloch Moor, a forested region from which the Tannoch Burn flows. It has a very nice, leafy vista and is ideally situated for Milngavie Village Centre and the variety of stores and amenities it offers (it is just about a third of a mile away). Really, it couldn’t be better.