£43,500 Offers Over
A charming upper flat situated in a central locality of the market town of Lanark.
Accommodation is all on the one level and comprises of a welcoming entrance vestibule, a spacious lounge with large picturesque window, a modern fitted kitchen, a double bedroom with another picturesque window and a contemporary shower room with large walk-in shower cubicle.
Other benefits include beautiful sash and case windows and gas central heating.
Lounge 3.06m x 3.37m
Kitchen 2.85m x 2.56m
Bedroom 3.05m x 3.24m
Shower Room 2.71m x 3.24m
Lanark is much favoured particularly for those requiring good transport links, local train station and easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Edinburgh City Bypass is only a thirty minute drive away, giving good access to East Central Scotland. The M74 is only a fifteen minute journey giving good access to Glasgow and the West of Scotland. In all, this property is ideally situated for the commuter to either Edinburgh or Glasgow.
From our office on Bannatyne Street head towards the traffic lights and straight onto High Street. Number 18a is on the bottom left and is accessed via a door between two shops.
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