£52,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 May 2020||£59,500||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE SET - FRIDAY 21ST OF FEBRUARY 2020 @ 11 AM ** Well-presented and spacious, two-bedroom, upper villa with private gardens. Set on a residential street in Salsburgh, North Lanarkshire, midway between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Access is gained via the stairs leading to the hall which has carpeted flooring and affords access to each room within. The front-facing living room features an electric fireplace, wood effect flooring, a light fitting and a large bay window allowing plentiful natural light. Set to the rear, the kitchen is fitted with modern units, wood effect worktops and splashbacks and a sink with drainer, Integrated appliances include an electric hob with extractor hood above, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. With a side aspect window, bedroom one features carpeted flooring, a small cupboard, a light fitting and ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture; whilst bedroom two is set to the rear, similarly finished, with a built-in wardrobe with sliding doors, one of which is mirrored. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fitted with a contemporary three-piece suite with an over-bath shower and tiled splash walls.
Located roughly midway between Edinburgh and Glasgow, Salsburgh is an old mining village situated in North Lanarkshire. Offers some local amenities, and a short drive away, more extensive shopping can be found in Motherwell, as can the popular Strathclyde Country Park. With local history trails available locally for walks and cycleways, additional leisure and recreation opportunities include angling at the Forrestburn Reservoir, Salsburgh Park, Shotts Golf Course, and the annual Highland Games held every June. With easy access to the M8 for connections throughout, there are also excellent public transport options, including Shotts Railway Station for direct links to Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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