£375,000 Offers over
With undoubtedly some of the best views of the River Clyde available in the valley, a period villa offering a seldom seen standard of craftsmanship and a 'respectful nod' to period features and materials. Hidden at the rear of the property is a detached quadruple garage, with a portion sectioned off as a dedicated home office.
The accommodation extends to broad reception hallway with original fixed staircase and woodwork, formal lounge with dual aspects to the front and side. There is a separate family room which could readily be used as a formal dining room. The bespoke kitchen forms the hub of the house with a large island breakfast bar and access to the conservatory. There is also a useful pantry/ wine store. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a two piece WC.
There are four comfortably proportioned bedrooms on the first floor and a large four piece bathroom, comprising; wash hand basin, WC, bath and double shower enclosure. Bedroom two offers ensuite facilities. Bedrooms two and four have balconies with aspects over the rear garden. A second home office completes the accommodation.
The gardens are a labour of love that are fully enclosed beyond hand crafted wrought iron fencing and electrically operated gates. The front and rear gardens both boast level lawns, established herbaceous borders and a mixture of evergreens. There is a span of raised decking with river side views to the front and a secluded section of decking behind the conservatory.
Situated within the scenic Clyde Valley which boasts tranquil views and walks along the River Clyde and also a range of historical tourist attractions. Part of the adjacent woodlands are within the Clyde Valley Woodlands National Nature Reserve, and there are many beautiful walks to be had from the house, including the recently expanded Clyde Valley Walkway along the banks of the river, as well as fishing and equestrian pursuits. Lanark and Hamilton offer a range of amenities including primary and secondary schooling, bars, shops, restaurants and retail parks. The newly extended, M74 is a short drive away and provides swift and effective commute to Glasgow City Centre and Glasgow Airport and ease of access to Edinburgh. EER Band E
With undoubtedly some of the best views of the River Clyde available in the valley, a period villa offering a seldom seen standard of craftsmanship and a 'respectful nod' to period features and materials
EER Band E
Lounge 16'1" x 13'9" (4.9m x 4.2m).
Kitchen 16'5" x 14'1" (5m x 4.3m).
Family Room 16'5" x 14'5" (5m x 4.4m).
Conservatory 19'8" x 12'10" (6m x 3.91m).
WC 4'11" x 3'11" (1.5m x 1.2m).
Bedroom One 14'1" x 16'1" (4.3m x 4.9m).
Bedroom Two 16'5" x 14'1" (5m x 4.3m).
Bedroom Three 12'6" x 12' (3.8m x 3.66m).
Bedroom Four 10'2" x 9'6" (3.1m x 2.9m).
Office 7'7" x 7' (2.31m x 2.13m).
Bathroom 14'5" x 12'10" (4.4m x 3.91m).
Garage 29'6" x 21' (9m x 6.4m).
Office 16'5" x 6'7" (5m x 2m).
Store 6'7" x 5'11" (2m x 1.8m).
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