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20th December – 23rd December – 9am – 5:30pm
24th December – 28th December – Closed
29th December – 30th December – 9am – 5:30pm
31st December – 4th January – Closed
5th January – 7th January – 9am – 5:30pm.
18 Craigmore Road is a semi- detached and is located on a slight elevated corner site within a quiet cul-de-sac within a much sought-after residential area.
*** Closing Date Friday 22nd March at 12.00pm***
All offers to be submitted via email to acting negotiator, please contact for further details.
Turning now to the property, 18 Craigmore Road is a semi- detached villa of red painted brick relief, mixed pebble dash finish and all under a dark grey tiled roof, the property is located on a slight elevated corner site within a quiet cul-de-sac within a much sought-after residential area, situated close to local amenities including schooling.
Main front door to entrance hall, twin leaf door to storage cupboard and under stair stores housing electrical switch gear, sitting room with gas fireplace, window to front and rear gardens, door to kitchen, cupboard housing boiler, door to rear gardens.
Carpeted staircase to first floor, first floor hallway with access to attic space, bedroom 1 (master), exposed Edinburgh press, shelved storage cupboard, window to front, bedroom 2
Detached garage of pebble dash finish with corrugated sheet roof, manual up and over door, personal door access, concrete floor. Glass greenhouse.
Via a concrete paved pathway to front gardens, assortment of flowerbeds and bushes, side and rear gardens wrap around the side of property and are mainly to level lawn. The grounds are surrounded by a well maintained hedge.
Mains gas central heating, mains water, mains drainage, double glazed throughout.
18 Craigmore Road is in band D and the amount of council tax payable for 2018/2019 is £1,648.79.
Bearsden is a town in East Dunbartonshire, Scotland, on the northwestern fringe of greater Glasgow. Approximately 6 miles from Glasgow city centre, the town is effectively a suburb, and its housing development coincided with the 1863 introduction of a railway line. The town was named after Bearsden railway station, which was named after a nearby cottage.
Bearsden is well served by local transport facilities with a regular service from Bearsden and nearby Hillfoot train stations to Glasgow city centre with excellent commuting links to the West End, city centre, Glasgow Airport and beyond. Bearsden and Milngavie also offer a wide range of recreational facilities including the Allander Sports Complex and Nuffield sports and racquet club.
There are many respected private schools in the district, with Glasgow Academy, Kelvinside Academy and The High School of Glasgow all on the north side of the city. Sporting and recreational opportunities abound, with a number of local golf courses, bowling and tennis clubs and the West of Scotland rugby club in the area. Mugdock Country Park and the attractions of Loch Lomond are also within easy reach.
18 Craigmore Road is well placed for local schools and shops. Nearby is a very useful general store (at the foot of Ledi Drive) and, for those with children, schooling is close to hand with Baljaffray Primary nearby and St.Andrews Primary along the road along with the new Bearsden Academy and its excellent premises.
A bus service is on Duntocher road and, for those requiring the train, just south of Bearsden Cross (about a mile away) is Bearsden Train Station, which runs four trains an hour into Glasgows West End and City Centre.