The Farmhouse Tombrake Farm Steading, Balfron, Glasgow, G63 0QR

Offers over

£469,000

5 5

Description

·       Highly impressive, five bedroomed stone Detached House.

·       Part of Steading Development (circa 2009).

·       Traditional façade, modern interior, and specification.

·       On outskirts of village. Great views.

·       Bathroom, three en-suites and WC.

·       LPG central heating, double glazed, alarm, large garage.

Tombrake Farm Steading was developed, approximately 13 years ago, into seven quality homes, the Farmhouse being the only Detached House. It is located on the northerly fringe of the village, past Balfron Golf Course, and it affords stunning views over immediate and distant countryside taking in the Fintry Hills and westerly towards the horizon of the Kilpatricks and the Munro summits that surround Loch Lomond. Since the original seven units were created, two further detached houses have been built, by private commission, all accessed via impressive entrance gates in a fine stone wall making ‘Tombrake’ a rather charming clachan of homes, and place to live.

The Farmhouse is a fine Scots red sandstone Detached Villa of a generous scale, set under a handsome slate roof. All has been renewed, at the time of refurbishment, to afford contemporary living and all the ease that this provides, within the exterior character of the original building.  It is a fine family home (Balfron noted for its School Campus) that provides, if needed, five bedrooms, three of which have en-suite shower rooms.

As clients will see from our imagery, and the floor plan, the property has a good array of rooms including a formal, open plan, lounge, and dining room along with a more informal family living room adjacent to a large kitchen with centre island. Windows are double glazed, as are external doors, with timber frames and there is a gas central heating system with a Vaillant Combination Boiler operating via radiators (chrome radiators featured in the en-suites, bathroom, and WC), fed by Tombrake’s LPG (liquid propane gas) communal tank. Sanitaryware is all white and all showers are thermostatic. The kitchen has a compliment of integrated kitchen appliances, and the house is alarmed. Outside s a large, almost full double, detached garage with power, light and a remote-controlled garage door. Drainage is private -we believe to a communal bio-disc system.

The property’s garden lies mainly to grass and features handsome original stone boundary walls. Pathways and patios are stone slabbed and there is a gravel drive and parking area. The rear garden is gated, for children, and can be accessed directly from the French doors in the living room. Our clients have loved living here and it is only a job relocation prompting the move.

GROUND FLOOR

Entrance Porch/Boot Room; Hall; WC; Lounge with French door, window and a grand fireplace with Aga woodboring stove inset; Dining Room, open plan to the lounge; Living Room with double aspect including French door to the rear garden; Kitchen, also with double aspect – Shaker style – centre island, oak worktops and upstands and with appliances including gas hob, oven, microwave, filter cooker hood, dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer; Bedroom 1 (Guest Bedroom) – a large double with triple aspect including a set of French doors; En-suite Shower Room.

FIRST FLOOR

A staircase, with oak handrail, ascends to a feature first floor Hall with gallery arrangement featuring the recently fitted balustrade finished in glass with oak handrails and newel posts. This is brightly lit by two Velux windows set into the roof pitch and there is the feature of an exposed stone wall; two further ‘Suite Bedrooms’ (Bedrooms 2 and 3), both with en-suite Shower Rooms and wardrobe provision; two further Double Bedrooms (Bedroom 5 with two fitted wardrobes); four-piece family Bathroom to service Bedrooms 4 and 5.

SITUATION

Balfron is a lovely south Stirlingshire village surrounded by beautiful countryside, just to the east of The Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. Despite the delights of its rural surrounds, the village is only 18 miles from Glasgow City Centre and some 19 miles from Stirling. The village is well catered for with a brilliant School Campus (Primary and Secondary) including, and open to the village residents, a Swimming Pool. Shops include a Butchers, Bakers, Ironmongers, and a large village Co-op. There is also Doyle’s Café, a Village Pub with Indian Restaurant, and a Chip Shop. GP Health Practice. 18-Hole Golf Course. There are lovely walks nearby including along the River Endrick. Balfron is the birthplace of Scotland’s famous architect Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson.

SAT NAV REF: G63 0QR

EPC Band: D

Siobhan Cox

Director

Rettie Bearsden

0141 943 3150

www.rettie.co.uk
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Selling Agents:

Rettie Bearsden
165 Milngavie Road
Glasgow
Strathclyde
G61 3DY

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165 Milngavie Road, Glasgow, Strathclyde, G61 3DY
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