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*Featured in July issue of Homes and Interiors Scotland Magazine* Braehead Church is a splendid church conversion in the heart of South Lanarkshire. The property has a magnificent stone facade dating from 1845, which lies under a series of pitched slate roofs. A large paved area to the front and side offers ample parking. Internally, the accommodation is finished to the highest quality and is extremely flexible. It is a beautifully executed example of an ecclesiastical conversion, retaining many of the church's original features. The accommodation extends to a welcoming reception hall, cloakroom/WC, utility room, fabulous family room, inner hall giving access to bedroom four and rear hall. The rear hall in turn leads to three further double bedrooms, two featuring en-suite facilities and a family bathroom. The upper level offers a magnificent open plan living/dining area with full height windows, stunning fitted kitchen, separate dining room and further WC. Numerous period features have been successfully integrated with attributes such as oil fired central heating, timber hard-wood glazing and high quality bathroom suites. The property has been decorated to take full advantage of full height windows providing an abundance of natural light whilst complementing the hard-wood flooring and exposed beam work. This Grade B listed property sits within expansive and beautifully landscaped garden grounds. These include laid to lawn areas, decked sun terraces and a sizeable mono-blocked area providing ample off-street parking.
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