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Rarely available is this detached, 6 bed bungalow located in a quiet cul-de-sac location close to the centre of Carluke.
Comprising; large lounge, open-plan breakfasting kitchen/dining room, utility, six bedrooms (one en-suite), family bathroom, shower room, monoblock driveway, mature garden and single garage.
The property benefits from double glazing, gas central heating, is finished to a high standard throughout.
Carluke is the Clyde Valley's largest town with a population of around 20,000. It sits on a high plateau overlooking the River Clyde, right in the heart of Lanarkshire's fruit growing area.
There are a good selection of larger shopping amenities, independent shops, schools, pubs, restaurants, sports facilities and other services within the town.
For the commuter there are a direct train and bus links to Glasgow and Edinburgh and quick access is possible to the major motorway networks of the M74 and M8.
17'7" x 15'2"
11'4" x 10'5"
15' x 11'4"
9'2" x 7'10"
16'3" x 11'8"
11'9" x 9'7"
11'9" x 9'2"
10'5" x 8'2"
8'9" x 8'2"
10'9" x 5'5"
8'2" x 5'2"
6'5" x 4'
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