Traditional stone built B Listed mid-Victorian duplex in a highly desirable West End location.
Kew Terrace was designed by architect J T Rochead and built c1849. 17 Kew Terrace is a traditional stone built B Listed mid-Victorian duplex set in a highly desirable locale within Glasgow's West End. The property has been meticulously restored by the current owner who has maintained and restored the impressive features found within.
Spanning the ground and garden level, the property comprises spacious living accommodation, private garden and a two car garage, providing highly sought-after storage. Located off the grand entrance hall, the main drawing room benefits from full height sash and case windows, focal fireplace with woodburning stove and many original features, including a ceiling rose and cornicing. Bi-fold doors lead through to the bright and spacious dining kitchen with a splendid bay window overlooking the garden. The contemporary kitchen is superb with an assortment of high spec appliances including an Everhot' range oven, breakfast island and a range of handmade oak cabinets. There is plenty of space for dining. The study is located off the hall and benefits from a WC, this room is versatile and could have a number of uses.
Downstairs there are four bedrooms, the principal bedroom and second bedroom have striking en-suite shower rooms and fireplaces, with the principal benefiting from a log burning stove. The fourth smaller bedroom is currently used as a dressing room. The main shower room is beautifully decorated and well-appointed with a shower, WC and low level wash hand basin. Finally, a handy utility room completes the accommodation.
To the rear of the property is a private south facing garden with patio, mostly comprising mature plants and shrubs. Off the garden is the nice addition of a secure attached outhouse and separate garage.
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