£325,000 Offers Over
FANTASTIC ASKING PRICEHOME REPORT £350,000 Traditional detached villa situated in the much sought-after Albany Drive in Lanark and only a few minutes walk from the town centre, train station and bus station.
The property boasts many original features which are in keeping with the traditional character including bay windows, high ceilings with original coving, high skirtings and facings, open fireplaces and some original treated floor boards. This deceptively spacious villa offers generous and flexible accommodation over two levels. Accommodation on the lower level is entered via a beautiful hardwood storm door and comprises of a welcoming vestibule and hallway, a formal lounge with a feature coal fireplace and large picturesque bay window to the front, a second sitting room, a split level drawing room with bay window to the rear and a formal dining room with working gas fire and French doors to a beautiful monoblocked terrace overlooking the rear garden. There is also a magnificent kitchen with a large range cooker and ample room for a dining table and chairs, off the kitchen lies a convenient utility room. There is also the flexibility of three downstairs bedrooms as well as a downstairs bathroom and separate shower room. Access to the upper landing is via a sweeping hardwood staircase in the hallway. The upstairs comprises of a magnificent master bedroom with triple fitted wardrobes and a storage cupboard which leads to a private gallery. There is also an en-suite shower room with his and hers sinks. As expected with a property of this calibre specification includes double glazing and gas central heating but the property also boasts 16 solar panels (4KW) which feed into the tariff for 20 years generating £500 per annum. Externally there are significant garden grounds which are bordered with mature trees for privacy. The front garden has been chipped to provide off-street parking for a number of cars. The side of the property has been monoblocked and the rear garden is laid to lawn with a raised monobloc terrace and includes a fantastic outhouse which is supplied with electricity and fitted with blow radiators. The outhouse could be used for a number of purposes ie gym, office, workshop. Entrance Vestibule: 2.04m x 1.10m Hallway: 4.12m x 4.75m Formal Lounge: 5.68m x 4.30m Sitting Room: 3.43m x 4.35m Dining Room: 5.90m x 4.07m Drawing Room: 3.24m x 5.48m Kitchen/ Dining Area: 5.58m x 3.46m Utility Room: 2.18m x 2.30m Bathroom: 2.35m x 2.60m Shower Room: 1.83m x 2.18m Bedroom: 3.80m x 4.18m Bedroom: 3.82m x 4.01m Bedroom: 3.09m x 3.50m Master Bedroom: 4.54m x 4.35m En-Suite: 2.56m x 2.16m Outhouse: 2.42m x 4.64m Properties of this stature situated in this particular area rarely come to the market therefor early viewing is highly recommended. From our office on Bannatyne Street continue onto Ladyacre Road until you come to the roundabout. Take the third exit onto Hyndford Road, turn left onto Albany Drive and left again. Number 56 is situated at the end of the cul-de-sac and can be identified by our For Sale Board.
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