£329,000 Offers Over
EXCELLENT NEW PRICING Internal viewing is a must to appreciate the style, substantial size and quality of accommodation on offer here. A truly outstanding detached traditional villa, circa 1920, situated minutes from the Town Centre in one of Wishaw's most sought after residential areas. Upkept to the highest of standards with a wealth of original features throughout including stained glass windows, original cornicing, picture rails, fireplace and classic cast iron radiators. The versatile and adaptable accommodation comprises entrance vestibule, large bright reception hall, superb formal lounge with dining area and stunning turret bay window, spacious sitting room with bay window, wonderful dining fitted kitchen, 4 large well proportioned bedrooms, bathroom with roll top bath, immaculate modern shower room, cloakroom/wc, laundry room, pantry and office. Double Glazing. Gas Central Heating. Beautiful landscaped mature gardens to front and rear with paved patios and large level lawns, enclosed and private. A Summer House and a double garage is found to the rear. Long sweeping driveway providing ample off street parking. EPC D.
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