Prieston Road, Bridge Of Weir
Property SummaryPrieston Hill is a fine example of substantial Victorian architecture. The house is of solid dressed stone construction under a slated roof. It is centrally located within private and well established gardens in the mature residential area in the heart of the upper side of the village.
Prieston Hill is a fine example of substantial Victorian architecture. The house is of solid dressed stone construction under a slated roof. It is centrally located within private and well established gardens in the mature residential area in the heart of the upper side of the village.
Typical of the period and architectural style of the house is spacious family accommodation which is laid out over two easily managed levels. Throughout the house has been the careful preservation of many period features which include intricate plaster detail, working open fires and shutters, warm dressed pitch pine timbers, picture rails, stained and leaded glass. These features have been complimented by contemporary additions which make Prieston Hill a light and bright and easily run family and guest entertaining home.
Double outer storm doors lead to an entrance vestibule with tiled floor, broad period reception hallway with a dry food larder, separate drinks cupboard and under stairs store cupboard at the rear. Drawing room with bay window formation and working open fire, door to bright conservatory with garden access, sitting room with working open fire, shelved press and doorway access to kitchen. The kitchen is well equipped and refitted with good space for informal dining/breakfasting table and chairs, cream coloured 4 oven and electric hob Aga range cooker, scullery/utility with 2 x Belfast sinks, cloakroom and wc, rear hall, golf kit and sports equipment store, boiler room and general purpose store.
Broad period staircase with feature arched and leaded window at half landing to full landing leading to bedroom 1, bedroom 2 (master) with bay window formation and en suite bathroom with feature roll top bath with claw feet, bedroom 3, bedroom 4, family shower room and useful general purpose store.
Stone gate piers to black top driveway leading to gravel sweep with turning and vehicle hard standing. Mature gardens at the front and side of the property with decorative iron railings, stone retaining wall with mature trees at the fringes. A sheltered block paved terrace is by the conservatory and a further lawn at the rear is backed by a raised rockery and stand of conifer trees. A gate in the rear wall leads directly to the golf course. The garden maintenance will be included with the monthly rental price.
Prieston Hill is situated in the heart of the mature residential upper side of the popular west Renfrewshire village of Bridge of Weir. The house enjoys a private, slightly elevated situation and is set in mature, easily kept gardens, as well as having a full southern exposure at the rear. There are grand views to the north at the front stretching to Ben Lomond and beyond.
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