Showcasing suburbia at its best, 18 Fern Avenue is a substantial asymmetric-designed contemporary villa.

Surrounded by beautifully landscaped gardens in a prime Lenzie location, it borders the environmental conservation area of Lenzie Moss - a serene backdrop and beautiful view for the balcony extending from the rear-facing principal bedroom. Another plus, the property occupies a cul-de-sac setting with easy access to walking routes in the surrounding countryside and to the nearby train station and local amenities – ideal for those seeking a balance between rural tranquillity and urban connectivity.

Built in 1982, the accommodation is infinitely adaptable for family living and includes three reception rooms, three bathrooms, and six bedrooms, two of which have been designed to provide a home office and hobby room. But this home has immense style as well as substance – an instant attraction being the split-level, limestone-tiled entrance hall which merges into a huge open plan dining area with steps down to a 24ft triple aspect living room with a high ceiling, brick feature wall incorporating a wood-burning stove, and doors onto the decked terrace and gardens beyond.

The Herald:

Off the dining area is a fully fitted/integrated breakfasting kitchen, adjoining fitted utility, home office, and two double bedrooms, one of which is adjacent to a shower room. The staircase - another key attraction – opens onto a superb 29ft landing cum family area bathed in light from a row of high Velux windows. Off this versatile space are four bedrooms, a fully fitted dressing room, and a luxuriously appointed family bathroom. The main bedroom has fitted wardrobes, tiled en suite bathroom, and a predominantly glazed wall with doors onto a full-width balcony overlooking Lenzie Moss, while another bedroom has access to eaves storage. The property also has an integral double garage.

The Herald:

Interior highlights include the contemporary white kitchen, which boasts high-end appliances including a steam oven, plate warming drawers, and two induction hobs with an indoor barbecue grill. Also notable, the family bathroom has an Ultimate Fitness Jacuzzi combi pool, and a separate walk-in shower.

The Herald:

The gardens are particularly lush and include a variety of plants, shrubs, trees, and lawn to create a picturesque setting for relaxation and outdoor activities, while the decked area off the living room facilitates the indoor-outdoor flow. This distinctive, asymmetric house is impeccably presented and with its cul-se-sac setting, must rank as one of the most desirable homes in the area.

Offers over £650,000 to Wrights of Campsie.