A lot of land and a lot house courtesy of the 1970s Wooddean House modernist property in Bothwell, Glasgow.
No details of the architect, but this is obviously a custom build from the 1970s, on that has been updated in parts over the years but not completely renovated.
A glance at the high living room space and the angular exterior should tell you that. However, it has been maintained and updated, with the kitchen looking like a recent upgrade and other finishes throughout looking fairly fresh.
What it probably needs now is someone to come in and put their stamp on it. You can do that in two ways. Firstly, you can update the existing 1970s build, which still has bags of character. Or you can build a second house within the 1.2 acres of grounds – there is outline planning consent in place for that. You could obviously do both too.
Anyway, enough of the theory, let’s look at what is actually here right now. It’s a two-storey property with great countryside views and all of that land to play with.
When you get bored of playing outside, you’ll find plenty of space inside too. The focal point is the huge ‘dining hall’ and its vaulted ceiling and formal lounge area. Leading off that are three sets of French doors to the garden, a dual aspect sitting room, a fitted dining kitchen, a games room, cloakroom/WC and boiler house. An inner hall also has access to the double integral garage with workshop area.
There is also a bedroom wing, which contains three ‘generously sized’ bedrooms, two with en-suite, along with a study. The entire first floor is given over to a master suite, with master bedroom, balcony, dressing area with extensive wardrobes and an en-suite. The floor also has a private roof terrace.
The grounds have been mentioned, but worth noting that they are walled and fenced and include a tarmac driveway with turning circle leading to the integral garage, plus an outbuilding, a sauna, changing rooms, WC and shower.
Offers over £925,000 for this.
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