£164,000 Offers over
Entrance to the property is through a partially glazed wooden door. The main living area is a large 'P' shaped apartment having a spiral staircase leading up to the mezzanine level. Solid hardwood flooring throughout the lower level and a log burner stove with stainless steel flue offers an attractive focal point set against an exposed natural stone wall. The room is dual aspect with three side-facing windows, two on one side and the third situated within the sitting room area overlooking the other side. Doorways lead off to the bathroom and utility room and a fully glazed 'Rennie Mackintosh' design door leads to the downstairs bedroom and dressing room.
The bathroom is bright and spacious with a three piece suite in white comprising a roll top bath, WC and wash-hand basin with vanity unit set beneath the window. Ample storage space. Wooden flooring. Central heating radiator.
The utility area has ample floor and wall mounted units with space for appliances.
The large downstairs bedroom is currently used as an additional reception room and boasts spectacular views to the rear of the property. This room benefits from having its own spacious personal dressing room which could also be utilized as an office. Patio doors from here lead out to the rear decking area.
The wrought iron spiral staircase leads to an open-plan living room, kitchen and a mezzanine bedroom with decorative wrought iron railings overlooking the main living area. The kitchen is open plan having a seating/TV area and is fitted with a range of floor standing units in wood effect with contrasting worktop over. Built-in oven and hob. Stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. Low level window. The seating area has a 'Front facing' window overlooking the countryside. The whole of the upper level has matching laminate flooring.
The bedroom area is set on the mezzanine level with decorative wrought iron railings and overlooks the main living area.
A doorway leads off to the shower room with three piece suite in white comprising of WC, wash-hand basin and shower cubicle with curtain. Central heating radiator.
The property has an easily maintained garden bounded by a stone wall with off-street parking for up to two vehicles and a covered terrace area, ideal for alfresco dining or hot tub with stunning views over the South Lanarkshire countryside. An attached outbuilding to the property is currently used for log storage.
Crawfordjohn is a small village nestling in the upper reaches of the Duneaton Valley, with Sanquhar and Kirkconnel to the South West, Douglas to the West, the market town of Lanark to the North with Biggar to the North East. The villages of Abington and Crawford to the East and Leadhills and Wanlockhead to the South East.
Open Plan Sitting Room (9.51m x 5.72m)
Utility Room (2.22m x 1.41m)
Living Room/Bedroom (4.68m x 3.14m)
Dressing Room (2.96m x 2.39m)
Sitting/TV Area (3.69m x3.09m)
Kitchen (3.73m x 2.59m)
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