A little-known hidden gem of Bridge of Weir
As mentioned above, Jordan is a little-known home of the village. It is quietly and peacefully located at the end of a privately owned leafy access lane and it is surrounded by mature trees and bushes which provide shelter and seclusion as well as enhancing the high levels of privacy which is a feature of the home. The property is entered via secure remotely operated twin leaf steel gates.
Jordan is a distinctive detached house, thought to have been built in the late 1990's. It has very pleasant well balanced architecture and is completed in an appealing combination of red facing brick and painted harling, all over a red brick base course, and the whole is under a red tiled roof.
Twin leaf outer storm doors to entrance vestibule with terra cotta tile floor glazed door with cut detailing and side screens to entrance reception hallway with corbelling detail and regency style cornicework, dado rail. Cloaks/wc, Twin leaf bevel glass doors lead to a comfortable sitting room with coal burning effect living flame gas fire set in period style stone fireplace and hearth, bay window formation, twin leaf bevel glass door to formal dining room, laminate flooring, patio doors to rear gardens, open plan and door access to well-equipped integrated kitchen with tiled worktops, laminate flooring, family/tv room with laminate floor and bay window formation, good sized utility room with side door to gardens, integral access to garage.
Stairs to first floor upper hallway illuminated by velux window, bedroom 1 (master) dormer window, en suite shower room and en suite fitted dressing room, bedroom 2 with 2 velux windows and a gable window, fitted wardrobe, bedroom 3 with 2 velux windows to rear, bedroom 4 with dormer window to front, refitted bath and shower room with French freestanding bath.
Integral single garage with concrete floor, remotely operated up and over door, light and power, gas boiler.
Private access lane to remotely operated twin leaf steel gates to block paved driveway and vehicle hardstanding area. In all the gardens are bounded by close board fencing and a mixture of trees, shrubs and bushes which combine to enhance privacy and seclusion. Neat level lawn at the rear with flagstone patio suitable for alfresco dining, summer furniture and sundowners. Exterior garden lighting to front and rear.
Renfrewshire Council, Tel: 0141 842 5000.
Mains water supply, mains gas, gas central heating, mains drainage, double glazing, home alarm system.
Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.
Jordan is in Band G and the amount of council tax payable for 2022/2023 is £3,450.71 including water charges.
EPC rating D.
Jordan is situated just off the little, quiet leafy lane known as Knox Avenue, itself just off Lawmarnock Road which is in the heart of prime residential Bridge of Weir. The house is set on mature tree-fringed gardens which provide high levels of shelter, privacy and seclusion.
The village of Bridge of Weir is within a few minutes' walk and has a range of local shops and services which easily cater for everyday needs and requirements. There is a well-stocked mid-sized Co-op. The village has a number of friendly cafes and welcoming country type pubs/restaurants and bars. There is a reputable village primary school and Bridge of Weir falls within the catchment for Gryffe High School at Houston. Independent schooling (St Columba's), with both junior and senior schools, is at Kilmacolm, 3.5 miles to the northwest.
Most main supermarket retailers are within a few miles radius, Morrisons at Johnstone, Tesco at Linwood and Asda at The Phoenix. The Braehead retail village (11 miles) has Sainsbury and M&S anchor stores together with an Ikea. A complete range of professional services, higher education, cultural and retail services are all available in Glasgow city some 15 miles to the East.
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 4 miles away at Johnstone where there is a regular city and coastal service. Glasgow airport is 7 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 Bridge of Weir is no exception with 2 welcoming and challenging 18 hole parkland courses, Ranfurly Castle and Old Ranfurly. The clubhouse of Old Ranfurly is only about 100 metres away from Jordan.
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 second 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 through the hamlet of Brookfield and on to Bridge of Weir (2.5 miles). On arrival in the village continue past Locher Road at Burndale Kitchens until you reach the 30mph speed limit signs and then turn left and immediate right onto Prieston Road. Proceed up Prieston Road for about 0.5 miles then turn left onto Lawmarnock Road. Take the second turning on the right onto Knox Avenue and Jordan is located at the end on the right.