Seldom available, a well presented period detached home set within generous and secluded garden grounds, located in one of Thorntonhall’s most coveted address.
Lynhurst is fine Edwardian family home, built in 1910, has been upgraded and carefully maintained by the current owners and retains much of its period charm. The front elevation of the property belies the generous and flexible layout internally comprising:
Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule. Bright and welcoming reception hallway with cloaks and a guest WC, and an impressive staircase to the upper floor. Generous dual aspect drawing room with lovely original features and a butler’s pantry, feature fireplace and aspects over the garden grounds. Bay window sitting room affording access to the conservatory overlooking the gardens. Bay window dining room with Bi - Fold door opening to garden. Open plan layout to kitchen. Well appointed refitted modern kitchen fitted with a full complement of wall mounted and floor standing units, island with breakfasting bar, integrated appliances and complementary granite worktop surfaces. Rear hall providing access to utility room, WC and staircase to former maid’s room, ideal for a study.
Upper Floor: Bright and spacious upper landing. Master bedroom with ensuite bathroom. Three further bedrooms. An attractively refitted house bathroom with separate walk in shower enclosure completes the internal accommodation.
A particular feature of this Lynhurst is the outstanding gardens. The established grounds are enclosed and provide privacy and seclusion. Automatic security gates open to a large chipped driveway offering ample space for several cars, leading to a detached triple garage with electric automatic doors. Well-tended gardens with an extensive area of lawn, Gazebo and large terrace for entertaining. Workshop and garden store.
The property is further complemented by gas central heating, double glazing and is protected by a security alarm system.
Thorntonhall is a quiet leafy village, located approximately 8 miles south west of Glasgow, characterised by substantial detached houses in a series of tree lined streets and cul-de-sacs and is recognised as one of Glasgow’s premier residential addresses. Several substantial modern mansions have been built on the sites of the original dwellings and significant ongoing investment continues to be made by the residents in their homes.
A regular train service runs from Thorntonhall to Glasgow Central Station and excellent shopping facilities can be found in East Kilbride (3 miles) and Newton Mearns (4 miles). There are a number of golf courses in the area and also a selection of local health clubs. Calderglen Country Park is also within easy reach.
The neighbouring suburbs of East Kilbride, Clarkston and Newton Mearns are acknowledged for their standard of local amenities and provides a selection of local shops, supermarkets, restaurants, regular bus and rail services to Glasgow City Centre, banks, library and health care facilities.
Schooling can be found locally at South Lanarkshire Primary and Secondary schools. Private schooling is available on the Southside of Glasgow at Hutchesons' Grammar School, Belmont House and at Hamilton College and Fernhill School.
The M77 provides commuter access to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.