CLOSING DATE WEDNESDAY 18TH MARCH AT 12 NOON. A very pretty semi-detached villa which is situated in the mature and always sought-after village of Brookfield in West Renfrewshire.
11 Victoria Road is a very pretty semi-detached villa which is situated in the mature and always sought-after village of Brookfield in West Renfrewshire. The house is completed in white painted harled finish with mock Tudor contrasting black detailing, neatly presented under a dark grey tile roof. Internally there is an abundance of character and charm with fine, spacious family apartments and the property is presented in good condition and fresh decorative order.
Entrance vestibule, which is of a unique design created from reclaimed windows and a door from a historic shipwreck. Inner front door to a welcoming entrance hallway with panelled ceiling. Formal dining room with illuminated glass-fronted cupboards and shelving and living flame gas fire; panelled ceiling and original bow window. Well-equipped fitted kitchen with integrated appliances and shelved pantry, leading to a spacious utility room with lots of storage options plus a washing machine, dryer and freezer. Bright downstairs wc. Access from utility room to a slabbed area at the side of the house; one 6ft-high gate leads into the driveway and front garden, another leads into the extensive rear garden. From entrance hallway to formal sitting room, good under-stair storage cupboard, sliding patio doors to rear gardens, log-burning stove, original windows overlooking gardens to front and rear.
Staircase to upper hallway. On the half-landing is a tall double-glazed window with an excellent view to the rear garden. On the first floor is a family bathroom with three-piece suite and an overhead shower. Bedroom 1 with window to rear gardens, bedroom 2 with window to front gardens, fitted linen/storage cupboard. Bedroom 3 (master) with a large fitted cupboard, triple-door fitted wardrobe, window to front and rear gardens.
Two detached timber garden sheds, two 4mx4m enclosed fox-proof runs suitable for keeping chickens, rabbits or other small animals.
Via white painted twin leaf wrought iron gates to private monoblock driveway, vehicular parking and hardstanding. Front gardens are low maintenance by design and are mainly to level monoblock with a well-maintained lawn area which is flanked with colourful beds, bushes and specimen trees, all set behind a privet hedge. The southwest-facing rear gardens are accessed via a gate and close board timber fence and are also low maintenance by design with a level paved patio at the foot of the property which is ideal for alfresco dining and summer furniture. The rear gardens are mainly to well-maintained lawn which is flanked and bounded by monoblock paving and stone chips. At the extreme rear gardens there is a very pretty enclosed gazebo with stone seat, which is framed by variegated ivy and scented climbers. The rear gardens are extremely private from neighbours and bounded by mature specimen trees and close board fencing.
The property is serviced by mains water, mains drainage, mains gas, gas central heating and double glazing (aside from the porch and two ground floor front windows).
Renfrewshire Council, Tel: 0141 842 5000.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
11 Victoria Road is in Band G and the amount of council tax payable for 2019/2020 is £3,202.21 including water and drainage charges.
EPC rating E.
Strictly by appointment with Robb Residential, telephone 0141 225 3880.
11 Victoria Road is located within the mature part of old Brookfield. Brookfield is a tranquil little hamlet made up of exclusively mid-to-high market private homes in Renfrewshire. The village benefits from a modern, well-equipped village hall which hosts frequent community events and provides bowling green and tennis court facilities. Adjacent is access to a large park and playing field, with a path to a well-connected cycle path (NCN 75). The village is located just off the A761 which connects on to the Gryffe Valley villages of Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm.
The situation, whilst quiet and peaceful, is remarkably convenient. Nearby Johnstone has a now improving range of shops and the nearest supermarket is a Morrisons store at 1 mile away. A Tesco store is in Linwood and the Phoenix shopping centre is about 3 miles to the east.
The Braehead retail village has IKEA, M&S and Sainsbury anchor stores together with an extensive range of well-known high street multiples.
The village of Bridge of Weir is circa 2 miles to the north west where there is a range of local shops and services which easily cater for everyday needs and requirements. The village has an award-winning Italian Restaurant, the recently opened Coach House diner and a reputable Indian restaurant as well as friendly country pubs and bars. There are primary and secondary schools in the area and independent schooling (St Columbas), with both junior and senior schools, is at Kilmacolm, some 5.3 miles to the northwest.
Glasgow city (12 miles) is via the A737 and M8 motorways and as with most major cities has a complete range of professional services, higher education, cultural and retail services.
The A737 is the main trunk route to and from Glasgow Airport and the city, as well as south to Prestwick airport and the Ayrshire coastline.
The nearest mainline rail station is 1.6 miles away at Johnstone where there is a regular city and coastal service. Glasgow airport is 4 miles to the east.
Leisure services and facilities are wide and varied. The nearby village of Houston has a well-attended tennis and squash club and there is a David Lloyd health and racquets centre at Renfrew. Inland sailing is available on Castle Semple Loch and the Firth of Clyde offers marine and chandlery services together with scenic coastal sailing.
The district has the Clyde and Muirshiel Country Park, a ranger protected wildlife and outdoor facility with interesting walks, bird sanctuary and a link with the Sustrans cycle path and walkway which connects to many other parts of central Scotland.
As with many parts of Scotland, one is never too far from a golf course and nearby Bridge of Weir is no exception with 2 welcoming and challenging 18-hole parkland courses.
From Glasgow city centre proceed west on the M8 motorway. After 9 miles take junction 29 (A737) following signs Irvine. Continue on the A737 for 3 miles before taking the first exit signposted Johnstone and Bridge of Weir. At the traffic lights turn right and continue on the B789 Barrochan Road. Turn left at the next main roundabout onto the A761. Continue to reach Brookfield, on arrival take the first turning on the right-hand side onto Victoria Road, proceed down Victoria Road to find 11 Victoria Road which is the 6th property located on the left hand side.