£115,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|22 December 2015||£75,000||£36,500|
|6 June 2003||£38,500||N/A|
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*** CLOSING DATE WEDNESDAY 19/6/19 AT 11AM *** Tastefully-presented and spacious, two bedroom, former miners cottage, with a garden and private parking to the front and rear, boasting superb views from an idyllic rural position in the hamlet of Woolfords, near West Calder, South Lanarkshire. A carpeted entrance hall gives access to the lounge, bathroom, the stairway with Velux skylight window, and has space for outerwear. Set to the front, the living room has space for lounge and dining furniture, and features the solid fuel burning stove, coving, carpeted flooring and three ceiling light fixtures. Set off the lounge, the modern fitted kitchen includes wood-effect worktops, a mosaic tiled surround, a sink with drainer, fridge/freezer, and an integrated electric oven, and ceramic hob with canopy above. Also rear-facing, set off the lounge, is a flexible double bedroom featuring a press cupboard, coving, and carpeted flooring. On the first floor, the landing has a deep built-in store; whilst a spacious, dual-aspect double bedroom has rural views, access to an eaves space, coving and carpeted flooring. Set off the entrance hall is a spacious, recently modernised family bathroom, featuring a contemporary suite, including an exceptionally large bath and separate shower cubicle. Woolfords is a charming hamlet, close to West Calder and set amongst the South Lanarkshire countryside, a peaceful setting offering walks and superb rural views. Nearby West Calder is a long established village forming a string of residential communities to the south-west of Livingston, together with Polbeth, Addiewell, and Loganlee. West Calder offers a range of local facilities and shops and is popular with commuters with its own rail station, and close proximity to the A71 and M8/M9 for travel throughout the central belt. 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 is 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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