It’s been gutted and refurbished, but this 1930s art deco house in Newton Mearns, Glasgow still has much to offer.
Modern comforts for a start in a house that has been ‘painstakingly refurbished, redesigned and extended’ so anyone can walk in and go. As long as you have some furniture anyway. The house obviously has a striking frontage, with smooth rendered finish, black double glazed windows and black decorative brickwork, with 3000sq ft of accommodation within.
High-spec as you might have gathered, including a newly fitted gas central heating system with combi boiler, newly fitted double glazed windows and doors, completely upgraded wiring system, re-roofed (including the garage), new guttering and rainwater fittings, security alarm system, newly fitted contemporary doors with chrome ironmongery and a German fitted luxury kitchen with integrated appliances, granite worktops plus a bathroom with Porcelanosa tiling, Grohe showers and fitments.
In terms of layout, an entrance vestibule with ‘shallow cloaks cupboard’ leads to a traditional hallway with ceramic floor tiling and under stair cupboard, WC/cloakroom, near 27ft lounge with two sets of French doors and access to gardens and decking, a family room, study, 22ft kitchen with dining area and garden access plus a separate utility room.
The upper floor has a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and a ‘luxury’ en-suite shower room, along with two further double bedrooms, each with en-suite shower rooms and a fourth single bedroom. There’s also a separate family bathroom with shower and a partially floored attic.
Outside, you’ll find garden grounds with parking for multiple vehicles, a detached tandem garage, tool shed and garden store, decking and a duck pond. Not sure if ducks are included in the deal.
That sound like you? If you want it, the house is yours for offers over £695,000.