By Laura Ferguson, Journalist

A one-of-a-kind award-winning property that is up for sale just outside Glasgow for a whopping £1.1 million.

 

The incredible Bearsden property, which looks like something straight out of an episode of Grand Designs, features floor to ceiling windows and is made of modern and sustainable materials.

Located on Ellergreen Road, the sleek design has impressed many architects, and was awarded the GIA house of the year in 2020.

Designed over two levels, it includes stylish open plan living areas, high ceilings and is filled with natural lights thanks to the huge glass walls.

It features a reception hall, two external "zen gardens" separating the open plan kitchen and living area as well as large patio doors leading to the rear garden.

Two bedrooms are concealed behind a wooden wall - one with ensuite bathroom - while a family bathroom with freestanding bath, and utility and plant room makes up the rest of the ground floor.

Upstairs, there is a third bedroom with ensuite shower room and a master suite with walk-in dressing room and ensuite.

Outside, the rear garden to the rear is largely made up of lawn with an outdoor terrace accessed via the kitchen along with the external wood store.

On the market with Savills, the description reads: "This stunning example of a contemporary architect-designed four bedroom villa was completed approximately two years ago with impeccable attention to detail. Constructed of modern and sustainable materials including handmade Petersen brick. The property has been admired by various architectural publications and has been shortlisted for the Architects Journal UK House of the Year 2021 and the Scottish Design Awards 2021. It was awarded GIA house of the year in 2020 after fending off some stiff competition. The house has also heavily featured in Home and Interiors Scotland magazine.

"The property offers accommodation over two levels with well-proportioned rooms and imaginatively laid out open plan living areas, set in one of the most desirable locations north of Glasgow."