£195,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 April 2010||£189,995||N/A|
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Traditional period town house located in the small town of Carnwath, offering excellent family accommodation of; Entrance Porch, Hallway, Lounge, Dining Room, Sun Room, Breakfasting Kitchen, Utility Room, Bathroom, Four Bedrooms, Study, Shower Room, Oil Central Heating, Double Glazing, Extensive Gardens, Outbuildings, Large Detached Garage, Open Views. EPC E
Access to the property is gained from the entrance porch via a traditional solid wooden storm door. From here an attractive period half-glazed etched glass door gives access to the entrance hallway which leads to the stairway to the upper level, living room, dining room, bathroom, kitchen and under-stair storage cupboards.
The living room is accessed via a 15 pane glazed door. A front-facing sash window is set into a deep recess with window seat below. A period style feature fireplace is the focal point in this room with wooden surround, tiled back with cast iron insert and marble hearth. Light neutral décor with light wood effect laminate flooring and coving to ceiling.
Across the hallway, the formal dining room has a sash-style window, set in recess, allowing open views to the front. A beautiful traditional fireplace with tiled insert, hearth and wooden surround provides a focal point. Again decorated in light neutral tones with dado rail to half-height. Light wood effect laminate flooring and attractive coving to ceiling.
The family bathroom has a three piece suite in white comprising of; WC, wash-hand basin and bath with electric shower over. Tiled to full-height around bath and to splash back behind the wash-hand basin. Chrome effect fixtures and fittings. Tiling to the floor. Natural daylight comes from an obscure glazed window which looks into the utility room.
A 15 paned door at the end of the hallway leads into the breakfasting kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with solid pine ‘country style’ units with contrasting off-white worktop over. Tiled to splashback areas. Integrated oven with electric hob and extractor hood over. Under counter space for a dish-washer. Sink and drainer set below the rear-facing window overlooking the garden. At the far end of the kitchen there is ample space for a table and chairs. Light neutral décor with tile effect flooring. From the kitchen there are two further doors, one leading to the utility/porch and French style doors leading to the large sun room.
The impressive sun room has solid wooden flooring and stunning dual aspect windows to make the most of the garden views. Further natural light is provided by a skylight. The walls are painted in a bright, yet tasteful yellow. French style doors lead out from here to the patio and rear garden.
The utility/porch provides extra space for additional appliances such as washing machine and tumble dryer making this an ideal laundry room. Storage is provided by various base and wall mounted units with contrasting worktop. The oil fired boiler is also located in this room. The floor is finished in terracotta tiles. The Perspex roof, glazed backdoor and rear-facing windows all provide natural light. The back door leads out onto the patio and gardens.
The upper floor is accessed via a traditional staircase with split-level landing leading off in three directions with doors off to the four bedrooms, shower room and recess with storage. Two steps lead to a small landing that has doors into Bedroom 1 and the shower room. Bedroom 1 has two rear-facing windows overlooking the garden. A built-in cupboard provides ample storage in this generously sized double room. Light neutral décor and self-coloured fitted carpeting. Across the landing is the shower room which has a three piece suite in white comprising; WC, wash-hand basin inset into vanity unit, and shower cubicle with electric shower. Traditional style chrome effect fixtures and fittings. Light neutral décor with tiling to the floor. A large built-in corner cupboard provides storage for towels and linen. From the landing another set of steps lead to the single rear-facing bedroom which has been neutrally decorated. A built-in wardrobe provides storage. The final set of steps lead to a landing which provides access to the final two bedrooms and study. Bedroom three has a front-facing traditional sash style window with views over the open countryside. Light neutral décor with self-coloured fitted carpeting. The impressive master bedroom is also situated to the front of the property with sash style window. This room benefits from a large built-in wardrobe with four sliding doors giving great storage an additional alcove area also provides storage. Light neutral décor with self-coloured fitted carpeting.
The large impressive rear garden is fully enclosed with various different defined areas of lawn, patio, mature planted borders, pond, vegetable garden, outbuildings, large detached garage and off street parking. This property must be seen to be fully appreciate the extent of the gardens that belong to this already impressive family home. Carnwath has a post office, shops, hotel/bar/restaurant; a new build primary school, a doctors surgery and a pharmacy. There is also a highly regarded 18 hole golf course and bowling club and is situated approx. 5 miles from the towns of Biggar and Lanark.
Commuting and transport links: Edinburgh City Bypass is just about 25 minutes drive away giving good access to East Central Scotland. The M74 is also a similar drive time giving good access to Glasgow and the West of Scotland; thus this property is well placed for commuting to Edinburgh, Glasgow &Livingston. The airports at Edinburgh, Glasgow (City) and Glasgow (Prestwick) are all within reasonable driving distance.
Entrance Porch 1.45m x 1.32m
Living Room 4.85m x 3.54m
Dining Room 3.28m x 3.66m
Bathroom 3.0m x 1.55m
Kitchen 6.28m x 2.58m
Sun Room 4.25m x 4.91m
Utility 2.73m x 2.44m
Master Bedroom 4.25m x 3.15m
Bedroom One (Double) 4.07m x 2.72m
Bedroom Two (Single) 1.75m x 2.89m
Bedroom Three (Double) 3.27m x 3.01m
Shower Room 2.72m x 2.35m
Study 1.37m x 1.22m
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