£795,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|31 July 2013||£675,000||£125,000|
|1 December 2007||£800,000||£240,000|
|1 April 2006||£560,000||N/A|
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The Thorns, built approximately 160 years ago is an exceptional Victorian property constructed of stone beneath a pitched slate roof. The property is approached through impressive large stone pillars with wrought iron gates, a long and wide cobble stone driveway bordered by flowering shrubs leads to the front of the house, then continues round to a rear courtyard with triple garage and two workshops.
Whilst the property has been beautifully refurbished and decorated it has lost none of its charm as many of the original features such as the traditional Victorian tiling in the entrance vestibule, the wood panelling and staircase in the spectacular hallway and the carved archways on the first floor have been retained. The accommodation is bright, airy and very flexible in its use and consists of a large reception hallway, living room, bright family/game room with double doors to the garden, large stylish modern breakfasting kitchen and dining room with access into the sun room.
The beautifully crafted staircase with turned spindles leads to the landing. The landing travels round the upstairs giving access to the first floor where there is a master bedroom with en-suite shower room, a family bathroom and five further bedrooms all of which have lovely views over the garden and some with views over the golf course and beyond.
A later extension to the side of the main house adds a large utility room as well as a self contained one bedroom Annex. The Annex can be accessed by its own front door or through the main house making it ideal for guests and family as well as a holiday or permanent rental.
The expansive landscaped gardens are terraced with two levels of lawn with secret garden paths leading down to the burn. The sun room has access into the side garden which has stunning views over the neighbouring Uphall Golf Course.
The Thorns is located in a very quiet residential road in the popular village of Uphall, which is an area within West Lothian renowned for its accessibility to Edinburgh, Glasgow and the Central Scotland motorway network. In addition to the motorway network there is also a nearby train station, 10 minutes walk, which is on the Edinburgh to Glasgow line and Edinburgh Airport is only 7 miles away.
The village is served by Pumpherston and Uphall Station Community Primary School, St Nicholas, Uphall Primary School and Broxburn Academy.
Nearby Livingston, the largest town in West Lothian, has an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities, including the renowned Livingston Centre and Livingston Designer Outlet, along with extensive local shopping and a range of supermarkets. There are also an excellent choice of sports and leisure pursuits including a network of walking and cycle paths, parks, woodlands, swimming pools, golf courses, libraries, multi-screen cinema, and sports centres.
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