House | Offers Over £285,000

Deanwood Avenue, Netherlee, Glasgow G44 3RJ

  • 3
  • 1
Sold STC

Moveo Estate Agents are delighted to present to the market this 3 bedroom red sandstone terrace in the heart of East Renfrewshire’s Netherlee district.

Situated only 4 miles from Glasgow City Centre, Netherlee is a small, affluent suburb within the much sought after East Renfrewshire Authority.

The area is well served by excellent bus and rail links to the city.

Residents’ leisure activities are well catered for with Linn Park on its doorstep offering pretty walking trails, football pitches and golfing opportunities.

Netherlee is home to the Derby Café and La Brava, home to arguably the best ice cream on the Southside.

Netherlee boasts one of Scotland’s highest quality primary schools and falls in the catchment area for Williamwood High School, which was voted one of the top performing state schools in the country for 2013.

Entering the property itself, you are impressed by the bright and spacious hall which allows access to the main lounge. The lounge is a great size with striking bay windows and functioning coal fireplace adding to the real character of the space. The dining room is also found off the hall with pleasing aspects over the rear gardens and also benefiting from the original features that these traditional properties enjoy. The kitchen space contains fitted units however would benefit from some moderate upgrading in order to bring up to modern standards, offering great scope. There is also a very pleasant utility porch situated off the kitchen that in turn grants access to the well maintained rear garden. The garden has been beautifully kept and also offers a garage with tarmacked lane access to the rear. The property also benefits from a large full height basement which offers incredible storage but also the potential for development as we have seen many similar properties increase the living space by simple conversion. Upstairs the property offers 3 good sized bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefiting from striking bay windows making the large space light and pleasing. The second bedroom is of similar large size with a nice aspect over the back gardens. The third bedroom is again bright and a good size located just off the hallway. The family sized bathroom is a great space but would perhaps benefit from some cosmetic upgrading. The 1st floor hallway has a feature skylight making the area striking and bright – this forms part of the large loft which is accessed via a cupboard in the hall and has been floored and insulated. We have seen a number of similar properties that have converted the loft space via installation of a fixed stair case; indeed this property has already had the roof joists heightened. Storage throughout the property is excellent with fixed cupboards on both floors. Although requiring some cosmetic upgrading the property is double glazed throughout and the central heating has been recently serviced. A particularly interesting piece of local history relating to the property is that the front gate is the only original piece of ironmongery left in the whole of Netherlee having been rescued during the second world war and is documented in local histories. We would expect very high demand for this style of property and would urge early viewing to avoid disappointment.