OCCUPYING a prime position on Heath Avenue in the heart of Lenzie is a handsome traditional blonde sandstone villa which has been extensively restored/refurbished – including a new high-end kitchen and utility – but was stopped at a point to enable a new owner to complete the decoration and finishing touches.

With four/five public rooms, three bath/shower rooms, and a three-storey layout which includes a huge basement/studio space, this house offers immense scope for combining a family home and business/hobby interest.


It also has an intriguing history, having played host to a variety of musicians, including Sir Rod Stewart, Wet Wet Wet, the Pogues, Seal, Lisa Stansfield and more – who recorded music in the property’s former recording studio in the basement.

At ground level there’s an impressive hallway, bay-windowed living room, dining room, superb, fitted kitchen with hand-painted units, stone worksurfaces, and feature island, utility, double bedroom, and adjoining shower room. 

The main staircase continues up to four further bedrooms (one currently configured as a dressing room), bathroom, and separate WC.



A spiral staircase to the rear of the reception hall provides access to the basement level, which has a kitchenette, shower room, former recording studio, and a huge 32ft family/games room.

It could also be turned into a self-contained flat with garden access. 
The property is set in an extensive mature plot which offers a high level of privacy and is within walking distance of all Lenzie’s amenities, including shops, bars, restaurants, and train station. 

Offers over £725,000 are invited by Pacitti Jones’ office in Lenzie.