£124,995 Fixed price
Set in a beautiful setting within the rural village of Crawford, an ideal location for the commuter, with easy access to the M74 Road networks. This tastefully decorated cottage has stunning views over to the River Clyde and along the Upper Clyde Valley and comes with generous gardens allowing scope for extending. The present owner has done a great job of renovating and updating this cottage to a very high standard.
The accommodation comprises a sunroom which takes full advantage of the views to the Clyde and provides an excellent, comfortable additional seating area.
The lounge is a spacious well proportioned room with multi-fuel burning stove. There are panel doors from the lounge to the kitchen/dining room and inner hall.
The kitchen/dining room has a rear aspect with French doors and glazed side panels which makes this room naturally light and airy and has a range of base and wall storage units with roll top work surfaces and attractive tile splash backs with one and half bowl inset sink, built in electric hob and oven. This room comfortably accommodates a dining table.
Further accommodation includes two generous double bedrooms and beautifully fitted bathroom which has a white suite comprising W.C, pedestal wash hand basin and double Jacuzzi style bath which has Victorian mixer and overhead fixed shower. The bathroom has a tile floor and part tile walls.
Outside is off street gravel parking and generous gardens which include lawn and patio areas which extend to the field and offer beautiful views over the Clyde and Upper Clyde Valley. logs in the garden will be left for use in the log burner.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate this beautiful well presented accommodation and stunning location.
This property is ideally located for the commuter to either Edinburgh or Glasgow, also ideally situated for someone commuting to Carlisle, all three are within an hours drive by car using either the M74 or A702 road networks. Crawford has a general store with Post Office facilities, a bowling green, fishing, shooting, mountain biking and hillwalking opportunities on your doorstep. A new Primary School is in the process of being built in the village, replacing the old one. Recently a new state of the art Swing Park was competed in the village. There are regular buses running allowing access to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dumfries.
The vibrant market towns of Biggar and Lanark are approximately 15 miles drive, they both offer a wide range of shops, entertainment and recreation facilities. Local golf courses can be found in Lanark, Biggar, Carnwath, Leadhills and Carluke. The river Clyde winds its way past the property, offering lovely open views and fabulous fishing opportunities. Convenient access to the Scottish Borders, Clyde valley and also Lake District, offering picturesque walks for the outdoor enthusiast including locally Tinto Hill, Culter Fell and the Falls of Clyde.
The property boasts a huge Attic Space that is presently accessed by ramsay ladder. It has the potential to be converted into two large bedrooms with an ensuite.
The large Basement area is accessed from the rear of the property and gives storage and access to underneath the house. The boiler is housed here along with all gardening equipment.
As a wee bonus a new tiled roof was put on the property only 4 years ago.
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