£275,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 August 2005||£198,000||N/A|
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Undeniably one of Biggar's most prestigious addresses, Purplebricks offer to the market this Split Level Detached Villa.
The property on offer comprises entrance hall, bright and generously spacious lounge with feature picture window giving outstanding views over Biggar, modern fitted dining kitchen with fitted integrated appliances with ample worktop surfaces and storage units, utility room/wc, dining room/4th bedroom.
The bedrooms are all double to which there are three and modern fitted bathroom with shower.
On the lower level there is a large double garage with excellent storage facilities or workshop area.
Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing and driveway to the front offering accommodation for four/five cars comfortably . The property further benefits from solar panels providing discounted energy.
To the rear there is well established mature garden grounds which are enclosed by timber fencing and mainly laid to lawn.To the front well established gardens provide a private haven for family events.
Biggar is a thriving former market town situated a stones throw from the Scottish Borders. It has long been a popular commute for those seeking country living within easy access of Edinburgh, Glasgow and the M74.
The bustling High Street boasts an excellent range of general stores, speciality retail outlets, cafes and restaurants. Biggar has a golf course, boating pond and tennis courts, along with well-patronised bowling and rugby clubs. Whatever your interest there are various clubs and associations ranging from bridge to theatre workshop, music to rambling, as well as the prize winning Museum of Biggar and Upper Clydesdale.
Biggar also boasts the famous Biggar Puppet Theatre and the popular, family-friendly, Biggar Little Festival which is held in October. The surrounding countryside provides almost limitless opportunities for fishing, hillwalking, trail running and mountain biking, (the nearby Glentress Forest is a mountain biking mecca)
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