£340,000 Fixed price
As the preferred marketing agents, Scottish Property Centre is delighted to present "Craiglea" to the local property market and we would encourage early inspection to fully appreciate this wonderful property and its amazing grounds
It is incredibly rare that such an imposing property becomes available and for the discerning purchaser this would represent an astute purchase.
Located on the outskirts of the ever popular village of Caldercruix, the property is short drive from the nearest town of Airdrie.
The property is within walking distance of the new Caldercruix Train Station with its direct access links to Glasgow Queen Street and Edinburgh Waverley
This traditional sandstone villa offers incredible living space over two (2) levels with its original doors and floors, high ceilings, chandeliers, original cornicing, stain glass windows and ceiling rose's. There is as you would expect significant storage space throughout the property including a fantastic basement space and garage.
The grounds of this property arer simply stunning, the front garden space has significant green views and the rear gardens are simply breathtaking and could accomodate a par 3 golf hole!
The property accomodation on offer is as follows on the ground floor. Entrance by storm door into small vestibule before entry via oak and glass door into the stunning hallway where all the lower accomodation feeds from
Immediately on your left is the formal family lounge with simply stunning views of the open countryside, high ceilings, stunning cornice and other traditional features associated with the formality of this room in years gone by.
From the hallway you can also access a fantastic sitting room currently being used as a library and office but could easily accomodate as another bedroom, with views to the side and rear gardens
Opposite from the library / office is the family sitting room, again with front facing countryside views. From the family sitting room there is a stepped down access to a large family dining room (which can also be accessed via the hallway) and modern fitted kitchen with rear door access
From the dining room you can access the porch / boot - room which with some creative thinking and re-organisation could be a fantastic sun room or home office
A split level staircase with stained glass window at mid point leads to the upper accomodation level.
On this level there is an imposing master bedroom with bay window views to the open countryside and a "hidden" en-suite.
Bedroom two has rear views and Bedroom three has front facing views.
The "secret" en-suite from the master bedroom can also be accessed seperately from the upper hallway landingT
The village of Caldercruix is becoming a sought after area of North Lanarkshire to bring up a family and enjoy the community spirit. There's a choice of highly rated primary schools and off course there is the new rail link at Caldercruix Station with direct access East &West to Glasgow &Edinburgh City Centres within 30 minutes
There is a local Golf Course and Country Park in the neighbouring village of Plains.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a individual and spectacular family home which is in immaculate condition and exceptionally well maintained.
For a viewing please contact the agents on 01236 758111
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