Specifically found in Thorntonhall. which the agent describes as ‘one of Scotland’s most prestigious and desirable villages’, is this 1970s architect-designed house in East Kilbride, Glasgow.
It’s an interesting build, even with the modernisation that’s gone on over the years, which has added an element of blandness to the construction. However, the exterior still looks, by and large, as it was intended, as does the main living area, with those double height vaulted ceilings, open plan layout and double height windows.
In terms of the layout, the ground floor accommodation offers up a large glazed entrance porch, a spacious hallway with oak flooring, an open plan dining area with open stairs, a large lounge with focal point fireplace, a dining kitchen with conservatory, a family room with patio doors to gardens and access through to the converted garage. That includes a games room, downstairs guest bedroom with shower/WC and a utility room.
The upper landing gives access to master bedroom with en-suite shower room, five further bedrooms, (one used as a study), and main family bathroom. Off the upper landing there is a door giving access to an outside large balcony area which is above the garage area. Outside, you’ll find extensive gardens, plus parking space for multiple vehicles.
If you need that kind of space, offers over £675,000 is the asking price.
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