£1m detached villa in Glasgow's West End hits the market

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A £1m detached villa in Glasgow's West End has hit the market.

Situated in the Claythorne district of the city, the four-bedroom villa is now accepting offers over £1,125,000 – and estate agent Corum expects it to move quickly.

Glasgow Times: Image of 4 Hatfield Drive
Glasgow Times: Image of 4 Hatfield Drive

This red sandstone building, based at 4 Hartfield Drive, boasts living space over three levels, a stunning rear garden and ample off-street parking – as well as a garage.

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The period property has retained a number of original features including grand bay windows, beautiful wood panelling, stained glass and ornate fireplaces.

On the ground floor, there is a reception hall with a commanding stair, a downstairs cloakroom and WC, a bay windowed sitting room and a drawing room, which leads through to the dining room which also has a bay window.

Completing the ground floor is a bespoke Chalon Kitchen with Lacanche Range, granite worktops and a centre island with timber worktops, with a utility room and larder off.

Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, the principal benefiting from a bay window, and a large en-suite bathroom with a separate shower and bath.

At the top of the house is an attic room, which could potentially be turned into another bedroom or home office, and is currently used as a games room.

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The property also boasts extensive grounds through bifold doors which lead to a lower deck and a stone stair to the lawned area of the garden where there is a traditional-style glass canopy from the large garage.

There is also electric gates and outside lighting and power and is situated within the List 1 Catchment for Jordanhill School, which was recently named Scotland’s top-performing high school for the seventh year in a row, according to The Times and Sunday Times Scotland High School League Table.

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Corum Property partner Chris Breckinridge said: “There has been a significant rise in £1m+ properties, there’s a lot of appetite in the market. This is a timeless property in Glasgow’s West End, still boasting original features like immaculate stained glass.

“It really is an ideal home for a young family, with huge gardens providing plenty of space. Of course, the location is immensely popular. The Claythorne district is located within close proximity to a wide range of excellent amenities and recreational facilities, which can be found at Anniesland, Jordanhill and Hyndland.

“Of course, a big draw for Jordanhill continues to be the schooling – properties within the catchment don’t last long on the market."

To enquire about the property, visit the Corum website.