& Villa is a traditional treat
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It is located in Kilbarchan’s Church Street, and is a period C-listed house, which has been sympathetically modernised and upgraded to “an exacting standard”.
There are oak hardwood floors, varnished timber flooring and slate floor tiles within several apartments.
The majority of apartments have been re-plastered and the front-facing windows were replaced using cylinder glass to preserve the traditional look. Offered is flexible family accommodation over three floors.
A traditional storm door with pull cord bell gives access to the reception hall.
In the lounge is a period open fire, oak flooring, traditionally-styled radiators and two front-facing windows both with shutters and window seats. The rear French door gives access to the garden.
The agents say the kitchen has been designed to reflect the character of this unique home, utilising traditional materials to provide an elegant apartment.
The first floor of the property has a broad central reception hallway which is currently used as a family sitting area.
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The top floor of this property provides extensive accommodation with a reception area with eaves storage.
The master bedroom has coombe ceilings to either side with a Velux window to the front and an exposed stone wall at the gable with original 1700’s open fireplace. This unique property has a traditional pend providing access from the garden to Church Street which could be used to garage a small car. Offers over £310,000 are being invited. To find out more, visit www. corumproperty.co.uk and you can also give Corum a call on 01505 691400 or visit them at 2 Windsor Place, Bridge of Weir.
For sale This attractive property in Kilbarchan