Laurel Way, Bridge of Weir, Renfrewshire

  • 2 receptions
  • 2 bathrooms
  • 2 bedrooms

    Offers Over £249,950

Property Type: Apartment

Property Summary

An excellent ground floor mansion house conversion apartment by Manor Kingdom in a quality and select residential pocket.

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Property Description

Description
11 Laurel Way is a ground level own main front and rear door apartment within a substantial dressed red sand stone Victorian structure of similar high quality apartments.

The red sandstone Victorian structures form the centre point of this exclusive development and within the grounds are placed a number of sought after executive detached homes.

The apartments are all under a slated roof and set within mature parkland type gardens. The apartment faces due south and has pleasant outlooks across the grounds to adjacent countryside.

A tree lined access avenue of block paviours leads to 11 Laurel Way where there is extensive owners and guest vehicle parking.

The apartment is on the ground floor and is entered via a hardwood outer front door to entrance vestibule, a second hardwood and glass door provides direct access to a raised terrace and gardens on the southern side.

Entrance reception hallway, double leaf doors concealing useful cloaks and electrics cupboard, twin leaf communicating doors to comfortable sitting room with bay window formation, York stone effect decorative fireplace with electric living flame effect fire, formal dining room with bay window formation, well equipped kitchen with split level equipment, amtico flooring, good space for informal dining and breakfasting table and chairs. Bedroom 1 (master) with shelved display alcove, dressing room area with fitted double wardrobes leading to en suite shower room. Bedroom 2 with fitted double wardrobe, main bathroom.

Garage
11 Laurel Way has a good sized garage with concrete floor, light power and water, remotely operated up and over door.

Gardens
Although there are no designated apartment gardens per say, number 11 has access to and sole use of a neat south facing terrace and lawn bounded by a beech hedge on the south side of the property. For the most part, the gardens of the estate are factor managed parkland grounds, laid mainly to grass with stocked shrubbery borders and beds as well as a number of mature trees and colourful rhododendrons. The access roads are traffic calmed and are a combination of black top and block paving, there is ample owner and guest car parking.

Situation
11 Laurel Way is set within managed parkland estate gardens on the fringe of Quarriers village, mid-way between Kilmacolm & Bridge of Weir. The properties of the Grange, by Messrs Manor Kingdom, are all set in plenty of space in well-established and factor managed gardens and grounds.

The Grange executive development is a collection of individual and beautifully crafted executive homes which have been carefully placed in a parkland environment which fringes both the village and open countryside. For the most part the properties are all different but all carry the same high quality and complimentary architectural theme. The homes are nicely positioned and set around the centrepiece period property which is a collection of fully refurbished period apartments which have been sensitively created from handsome red sandstone Victorian villas. Number 11 Laurel way is one of the handsome period Victorian conversion apartments. And it enjoys a full southern exposure over pretty gardens.

Quarriers Village is located in delightful rolling countryside midway between the villages of Bridge of Weir and Kilmacolm. Both villages have local boutique shops and provisions stores for everyday needs and requirements and there are popular village restaurants, welcoming bars and coffee shops.

The villages both have thriving social communities and there are clubs catering for golf, tennis, squash and bowling. Kilmacolm Golf Club offers a challenging 18 hole heath/parkland course designed by the acclaimed course architect James Braid and Bridge of Weir has two fine 18 hole parkland courses from which to choose, Old Ranfurly and Ranfurly Castle.

Both villages have reputable primary schools. Independent schooling (St Columba’s) with both junior and senior schools is at Kilmacolm.

The broader area has excellent supermarket options, Morrisons at Johnstone, Asda at the Phoenix in Linwood and a Tesco at Linwood.

The Braehead retail village has Sainsbury and M&S anchor stores together with an Ikea. A complete range of professional services, higher education, cultural and retail is available in Glasgow city some 17 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 train station is at Johnstone with a frequent service to and from the city.

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 some of western Scotland’s most scenic coastal sailing.

Castle Semple lies within 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.

Travel Directions
From Glasgow city centre proceed in a westerly direction on the M8 motorway. After 10 miles bear left at junction 29 following signs Irvine on the A737. After 2.8 miles take the Johnstone exit turning right at the traffic lights. Proceed to the first roundabout turning left on the A761. Proceed for 4 miles through Brookfield and on into Bridge of Weir. On arrival in Bridge of Weir proceed along the Main Street turning left at the traffic lights onto Torr Road. Continue along Torr Road and at the junction with Torr Hall turn right towards Quarriers Village. Continue uphill turning left into the Manor Kingdom Development “The Grange”. Follow the road around until reaching the red sandstone built apartment structures. Proceed along to find number 11 on the left hand side.

Local Authorities
Inverclyde Council
Tel 01475 717171

Services
Mains water supply, mains drainage, mains gas fired central heating (new boiler installed 2017), double glazing. Security alarm, broadband/sky connections.

Note: The services have not been checked by the selling agents.

Council Tax
11 Laurel Way is in Band F and the amount of council tax payable for 2018/2019 is £2568.67 including water and drainage charges.