St Margarets House, Apartment 3, 42 Brodie Park Crescent, Paisley PA2 6EU

Offers Over £129,500

Property Details

**UNIQUE PURCHASE OPPORTUNITY ** LUXURY APARTMENT ** VIEW IN PERSON OR ONLINE** **SELDOM AVAILABLE** Paisley Property Boom are delighted to present to the market this luxury apartment, set within the exclusive St Margaret's House mansion conversion in sought after Brodie Park area of Paisley. For much more information or a copy of the Home Report please contact your local estate agents, Paisley Property Boom.

Welcome to Apartment 3, St Margaret's House, Paisley. Set within a luxury private development, this stylish apartment within the former mansion house was sympathetically converted in the mid 90's by highly regarded local builder, Ossian Homes. The exclusive selection of 6 individual apartments form the centrepiece of the surrounding Brodie Park development.

Demand for historical character property in such a highly desirable location has increased massively and this is a rare opportunity for an astute buyer to purchase a truly magnificent apartment of distinction, which has been sensitively transformed, with a design that retains the original features which are seamlessly blended with the contemporary interior. The property has been cleverly designed to maximise space and natural light.

St Margaret's House was originally built for William Rowat in 1879 by renowned Glasgow architect John Hutchison, whose most recognised prodigy was Charles Rennie Macintosh. Rowat was a well-known and reputed local shawl manufacturer in Paisley and the house was occupied by the Rowat family until the 1920s when it became the property of the local Parish Church. From then until its transformation in the 90s it was utilised as both a Nursing Home and for a short period a Maternity Unit.

First impressions are everything and this property delivers both inside and out. Arriving via the secure entrance vestibule, you are welcomed into a communal grand reception area which is beautifully decorated and furnished to perfectly complement the surrounding architecture. Stained glass window panelling floods the room with light in myriad of colours.

A central staircase leads to this sumptuous first floor apartment. Upon entry, you will be instantly impressed by the great scale and volume this home has to offer. The hallway is uniquely shaped and runs the entire length of the apartment offering access to all rooms within. Quality wooden flooring is fitted throughout, and décor is a variety of neutral tones. Thanks to the current owners' artistic flair there is no lack of colour or character within this truly wonderful property.

The elegant family lounge with impressive ceiling heights features vast sash and case window formation, which engulf the room with natural light. The traditional focal point fireplace provides the room with a lovely warmth, perfect for cosy winter evenings. Fabulous views from the large bay windows overlook the communal manicured lawns below and as far afield as Ben Lomond.

Entertaining friends and family would be a delight within this property and the spacious Kitchen/Dining area ensures the Chef is never far away from the party! The bespoke, professionally fitted kitchen has numerous wall and floor mounted units which are deeper than standard and provide excellent storage. The kitchen includes an integrated electric hob and oven/grill whilst undercounter space allows for the additions of a fridge/freezer and washing machine. The focal point of the room is the unique curved feature wall which also creates the impression of open plan ceiling space. The fresh white counter tops have been expertly fitted and blend seamlessly to this unique shape.

Clear, crisp neutral tones continue into the bedroom which has great dimensions and plentiful space for various items of freestanding furniture.

The fully tiled bathroom is bright and fresh and contains a traditional style 4 piece suite which includes; bath (with shower overhead) wash hand basin, bidet and w.c. Brass fixtures and fittings complete the suite and tie perfectly with the period features throughout the apartment. All in all, the perfect place to relax and unwind after a long day at the office.

A superbly spacious walk in storage cupboard is situated within the hallway and helps to ensure the apartment is always clutter-free. There is a variety of hanging and shelf space as well as space for multiple other large items/appliances.
The apartment is serviced by gas central heating, satellite tv and aerial sockets. Residents have a secure door entry handset, offering complete peace of mind. Allocated parking is available within the residents only carpark at the rear of the building.

The tranquil communal grounds provide a peaceful sanctuary and the ideal place to relax and enjoy some winter sun. There is great community spirit between all the residents, where apartment owners contribute a monthly upkeep fee towards the maintenance of the building. (Self-Factoring) which works extremely well.

This truly fabulous property boasts both style and character, and will no doubt be hugely popular therefore early viewing is strongly advised.

Paisley has a great selection of local and town centre amenities including shops, supermarkets, schools and transport services. Bus and rail links give regular access throughout the area into Glasgow and further afield. The M8 motorway network is within a few miles and provides additional links to Glasgow Airport, Braehead Shopping Centre and Glasgow City Centre.
Viewing by appointment only - please contact The Property Boom to arrange a viewing or for any further information and a copy of the Home Report.
Any areas, measurements or distances quoted are approximate and floor Plans are only for illustration purposes and are not to scale.



Lounge : 5.52m (18'2'') x 4.84m (15'11'')

Kitchen/Diner : 3.82m (12'7'') x 3.76m (12'4'')

Bathroom : 2.88m (9'6'') x 1.69m (5'7'')

Bedroom: 4.40m (14'6'') x 3.72m (12'3'')


floorplan for St Margarets House, Apartment 3, 42 Brodie Park Crescent, Paisley