Seldom available, a four bedroom detached bungalow commanding open views to front over the surrounding countryside.
A deceptively spacious extended family home that affords flexible accommodation which is formed over two levels.
Ground Floor: Entrance vestibule. Welcoming reception hall with staircase to upper level. Generous sitting room with feature fireplace, enjoying aspects to front over the countryside. The sitting room affords access to the games room/bedroom two. Family room. Dining room. Well appointed kitchen with a full complement of wall mounted and floor standing units and complimentary worktop surfaces. Separate utility room with internal courtesy door to the tandem garage. Bedroom three and bedroom four, both of double proportions with rear garden aspects. House family bathroom with three piece suite completes the ground floor accommodation.
First Floor: Master bedroom which overlooks the front of the property affording lovely views over the countryside. The master bedroom provides access to a separate study area with a velux window. Bathroom with shower over the bath.
The property is further complimented by gas central heating and double glazing.
A stunning feature of this property is the generous, well tended and level landscaped gardens, enclosed rear garden, with patio area providing privacy and shelter, ideal for entertaining. A driveway, provides off street parking and leads to a tandem garage with internal courtesy door.
Alnwick Drive sits quietly and conveniently positioned just off Moor Road and enjoying open countryside views towards ‘Scots Tourie’.
The East Renfrewshire village of Eaglesham is steeped in history, from its ancient origins as a Christian centre, through castles and cotton mills, to its fame as the spot where Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess landed in the Second World War. Many of the buildings within Eaglesham are listed and Eaglesham was designated Scotland’s first outstanding conservation area in 1960.
Eaglesham is served by a renowned primary school, churches, a library and a wide variety of local services such as garage, shops, galleries and restaurants. For secondary education Eaglesham is in the catchment of the highly acclaimed Mearns Castle and St Ninians High Schools as well as being easily accessible for the numerous Glasgow private schools.
Clarkston and Newton Mearns are recognised as providing amongst the highest standards of local amenities including healthcare centres, banks and libraries and a broad range of supermarkets, boutique shops and restaurants. Local sports and recreational facilities include David Lloyd Rouken Glen, Parklands Country Club, Bonnyton, Williamwood and Whitecraigs Golf Clubs, a number of private bowling and tennis clubs, and East Renfrewshire Council's own excellent sports and leisure facilities at Eastwood Toll.
Eaglesham is conveniently located for access to The Avenue shopping centre and Waitrose at Greenlaw Village Retail Park. East Kilbride has an excellent range of local shops, Shopping Centre with cinema complex and the Kingsgate retail park only a short distance away.
Eaglesham enjoys easy access to the main Scottish motorway network that leads to all major arterial routes throughout Scotland and the South. The Southern Orbital, connecting to the M77/M8, provides a direct link to the West and to Glasgow and Prestwick airports in particular. Rail travel, with regular service to Glasgow, is available from both Hairmyres in East Kilbride and Thorntonhall, each just a few minutes’ drive from Eaglesham.
Home Report Valuation - £390,000.
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