KEYFACTS

The Herald Magazine - - etc SCOTLAND’S HOMES HOT PROPERTY -

dens, with games con­soles and tel­lies. It’s ideal for when they have friends round and it means ev­ery­one can have their own space.”

Up­stairs there are two more sub­stan­tial bed­room suites and two large dou­ble bed­rooms, one to the front and one to the rear, all lo­cated off a gallery-style land­ing.

The gar­den grounds in­clude a dou­ble garage, ma­ture trees and shrubs which flower through­out the chang­ing sea­sons and a pleas­ant decked area with seat­ing.

The slop­ing lawn leads up to a small wooded area and the orig­i­nal Vic­to­rian sum­mer house, and there is plenty of space for hide and seek.

“The gar­dens are great – big enough, but not too huge to be un­man­age­able,” says Linda. “We have loved liv­ing here and it’s been great to find out snip­pets of the house’s his­tory.

“We were out paint­ing the gates one day and a gentle­man who lives nearby popped in to tell us the gates were just about the only orig­i­nal ones left in Busby be­cause the rest had been taken for me­tal dur­ing the war. He told us ours had been hid­den away and had sur­vived!”

She adds: “It’s great to have those lo­cal his­tory con­nec­tions. We will miss West­wood Lodge – it’s a very easy house to live in.”

The rooms of­fer space and light, while the win­dows open out on to beau­ti­ful gar­dens

CON­TACT: Slater, Hogg & How­i­son, 0141 432 1099. www.slater­hogg.co.uk

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from UK

© PressReader. All rights reserved.