Luxurious and elegant.
Here is an opulent home that enjoys a location close to Paisley town centre.
The agents describe it as a stunning traditional detached villa in Jenny's Well that has been extensively remodelled and upgraded throughout by the current owners.
On offer is an eye-catching entrance hallway, from which is accessed a shower room and, forming the hub of the home, an open plan central living area which incorporates space for entertaining, socialising or just relaxing.
There is a contemporary-styled, high specification bespoke breakfasting kitchen, and there is luxury tiling with underfloor heating throughout the ground floor public area.
Completing this level is a separate play room which could be utilised as a further bedroom.
Upstairs are three well-proportioned double bedrooms, with the master bedroom boasting extensive integrated wardrobes and a spectacular en-suite shower room, alongside a fabulous three-piece family bathroom.
Completing it all is the lower ground floor, largely consisting of an open plan area which could be utilised as a TV/ family room or further public area, and which gives access to the external grounds and parking area, with electric sliding gates.
Want to see more? Simply visit www. slaterhogg.co.uk Or you can call in in person top Slater Hogg & Howison's offices at 17 Gauze Street, which is just across the road from Paisley Abbey.
Call them on 0141 432 1203. Offers over PS400,000 are being invited.
A two-bedroom flat is for sale in Paisley's Caledonia Court for offers over PS60,000.
To find out more or to make an appointment to view, call Allen & Harris, Paisley, on 0141 392 0108.
Have a good nosey at pop star James Blunt's former family home. It is a one-time windmill in Norfolk and is pretty stunning.Visitwww.rightmove.co.uk to take the tour.
The DIY Doctor is in.
Get those tasks done now before winter sets in or it could be raining in your dining room.
org.uk/projects/autumnchecks.htm Heading Improve in here energy efficiency A new report has highlighted the need for immediate action and a doubling of investment to improve the energy efficiency and heating of homes.
Published today by the Existing Homes Alliance Scotland, the reports says this needs to be done at a pace and scale required to meet the Scottish Government's new targets on fuel poverty and climate change.
The report calls for a doubling in investment from the current budget of around PS119 million per year to at least PS240million per year.
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|Publication:||Paisley Daily Express (Paisley, Scotland)|
|Date:||Sep 11, 2019|
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