£78,000 Offers over
We are delighted to present to the market this good sized, two bedroom end terrace villa, situated within the ever popular location of Carluke. The property enjoys a central location within the town and therefore provides access to a range of local facilities within a short walk. The property itself offers comfortable accommodation and includes gas central heating and double glazing. It would make for a fantastic family home or first time buy purchase. Internally, the accommodation extends downstairs to an entrance hall off of which is a bright and airy lounge with window to the front which floods the room with natural light. There is a well equipped kitchen with a selection of wall and base units, including plenty of worktop space making this the ideal kitchen for aspiring Chef. There is also a large storage cupboard and a door into the rear garden. Upstairs consists of a landing area off of which is recently installed family bathroom room which includes a sink, toilet and bath with shower over, a good sized master bedroom with built-in storage cupboard and a further good sized double bedroom. Both rooms also have the room for additional free-standing furniture if required. The outside space includes a fenced front garden and a low maintenance rear garden which is a real sun trap and will be well utilised in the summer months.
By appointment through McEwan Fraser Legal on 01698 537 177
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