Class­room con­ver­sions

The Herald - Scotland's Homes - - Real Estate -

SCHOOLS close this week for the an­nual sum­mer break – but not so for the smat­ter­ing of former schools that en­joy new­found sta­tus as fam­ily homes. Here are three that score top marks for imag­i­na­tive con­ver­sion …

BUILT circa 1860 as Kil­learn Pri­mary School, Gar­loch is now a very at­trac­tive red sand­stone fam­ily home in the con­ser­va­tion vil­lage of Kil­learn with views across open coun­try­side to the Camp­sie Fells.

Gar­loch’s ac­com­mo­da­tion spans around 2,000ft over two lev­els and an ad­di­tional 43ft by25ft fully floored at­tic space.

This home’s unique sell­ing point is a 40ft dual as­pect liv­ing/dining/kitchen with blonde maple floor­ing and con­tem­po­rary cream gloss fit­ted kitchen with in­te­grated ap­pli­ances and a break­fast bar. Down­stairs are also a bath­room and ad­join­ing bed­room/ of­fice with French doors to the gar­den. Up­stairs the three dou­ble bed­rooms all have en-suite fa­cil­i­ties.

Gar­loch has drive­way park­ing, de­tached dou­ble garage and at­trac­tive south-fac­ing gar­dens and is close to all vil­lage ameni­ties. Kil­learn is also in the catch­ment area for Bal­fron High School and of­fers easy com­mut­ing to both Glas­gow and Stir­ling. Of­fers over £350,000 are sought by Clyde Prop­erty in Bears­den.

Of­fers over £350k

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