Formed by the major portion of an attractive ‘B’ listed mansion house, a well presented family home with rural living and commuter benefits.
2 Hall of Caldwell is a distinctive category B listed attached period house and is formed by the larger portion conversion of a former detached stately country mansion home. The house is of cream painted harled finish under a slated roof. Architecture includes exposed stone crow stepped gables, leaded skews, and exposed natural stone relief bands at windows and doors. The property is presented in fresh decorative order and in its current ownership (circa 20 years), it has been subject to a rolling programme of regular professional maintenance and improvements.
Outer door to broad entrance reception hallway, under stairs stores, fine wood panelled study or family room with working claygate fireplace, exposed beams, hardwood floor and French door to gardens, drawing room with French doors in box window formation to gardens, working open fireplace, bar/entertainments room with fun functioning bar and cloaks/wc, formal dining room with fitted press, inner hallway to cupboard with electrical switchgear, strong room/gun safe, secondary under stairs stores, breakfast room with fitted furniture, well equipped hardwood kitchen with polished marble worktops and 4-oven oil fired Aga range cooker, centre island, walk in pantry, utility room with Belfast sink and fitted furniture.
Period staircase to galleried upper hallway, bedroom 1, bedroom 2, bathroom with turbo spa bath, upper hallway leading to bedroom 3 with walk in wardrobe/deep linen stores, bathroom with central French freestanding roll top bath, secondary rear staircase, hall to shower room, bedrooms 4 and 5.
From the upper hallway there is access to extended family accommodation or a possible relatives/granny/guest self-contained suite of hallway, triple aspect sitting room, bedroom with fitted furniture, bathroom.
Boiler house and general purpose store with oil fired central heating boiler, greenhouse, garden shed/machinery and equipment store. Detached stables of 2 loose boxes.
Twin steel electrically operated gates depicting property name. A further set of twin steel electrically operated gates and pedestrian gate access lead to the enclosed grounds of 2 Hall of Caldwell. A gravel driveway leads around the house to the main front entrance way. The gardens are laid mainly to level and mature lawns with well stocked beds and borders with spring bulbs, mixed shrubs and bushes as well as evergreens. A flagstone patio is on the lawn with a pretty ornamental stone water well. A mature Acer canopy is at the front of the house and there are figurines in alcoves at the house. On the southern side is a raised flag stone terrace and patio, a further mature lawn fringed with trees and bushes. A pathway leads to a small paddock and woodland at the southern side.
About 1.85 acres.
East Renfrewshire Council
Tel: 0141 577 3000.
Shared private water supply, drainage by shared septic tank, oil fired central heating, double glazing.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Hall of Caldwell is in Band G and the amount of council tax payable for 2019/2020 is £2,409.55.
EPC rating E
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
2 Hall of Caldwell is located just to the north of the Caldwell Estate from where the property takes its name. The house is located at a junction of the B775 and the B776, about 1.5 miles west of the East Renfrewshire village of Uplawmoor.
The house has an easterly exposure and it occupies mature gardens which to the front are protected and privatised by a full height stone built wall.
2 Hall of Caldwell is about 1.5 miles from Uplawmoor and 4.5 miles from Neilston. Neilston provides local stores for everyday shopping requirements and local amenities. Barrhead (5.5 miles) provides further local shopping. Main stores like Tesco, Asda, Lidl and leisure centres and libraries are found in both Neilston and Barrhead. There are fuller and excellent retail facilities provided by Silverburn Shopping Centre (11 miles), Braehead Retail Village (12 miles) as well as Glasgow city centre at 16 miles, which as with most major cities, also has an extensive range of cultural, educational and professional services facilities.
2 Hall of Caldwell is very well located for communication links. The A736, leads to both the M77 and the M8, which provide quick access to Glasgow and the rest of Central Scotland. Barrhead and Neilston have main line railway stations. Glasgow and Prestwick International Airports are 10 miles and 24 miles distant respectively.
The area has a good selection of local primary and secondary schooling which are consistently rated among the best in the country. There is also a number of highly regarded private schools on the south side of Glasgow.
The local area provides numerous sporting and leisure opportunities with extensive walking and riding trails. As with much of Scotland, there are numerous golf courses in the area. Hall of Caldwell is no different with Caldwell Golf Club and course about 1 mile away to the east.
From Glasgow city centre proceed west on the M8 motorway as far as Glasgow Airport and take the exit onto the A737 Irvine Road. Continue on the A737 for 3.5 miles taking left at the Howwood junction. Turn right in the centre of Howwood following signs Caldwell. Proceed east on the B776 for about 4.5 miles. At the crossroads junction of the B776 and the B775, 2 Hall of Caldwell is located on the right hand side.