£155,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 January 2021||£160,000||£6,000|
|28 March 2019||£154,000||£34,000|
|22 April 2016||£120,000||N/A|
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A magnificent and charming end-terrace villa set within the recently converted Sandhurst Building at the Winston Barracks, one of the Lanarks best loved landmarks. Offering the highest degree of peace and tranquillity on the outskirts of the Royal Burgh, this spectacular home must be viewed.
The accommodation comprises of a large entrance hallway, a breath-taking open plan kitchen/living area and a beautiful cloaks w.c. The upper level consists of three generously proportioned bedrooms all with fitted mirrored wardrobes, a family bathroom with three piece suite and a master en-suite shower room.
Finished to an exacting standard throughout, the property is complemented with neutral decoration and flooring, the highest quality kitchen fittings and sanitary ware all of which combine perfectly with the original features of the property.
Further benefits are a gas c.h. system, double glazing, ample storage facilities, private parking and manicured gardens.
Positioned near to Lanark's racecourse, Lanark Loch and the reinstated parade ground on its doorstep, the Sandhurst Building provides a unique blend of a character home in a stunning rural setting with modern contemporary fixtures and fittings.
The property is located within the historical town of Lanark where you will find every day shopping needs including shops, supermarkets, banks, pubs and restaurants. Also available in the area are bus and train links, sports facilities, schooling and recreation. The M74 motorway provides travel links throughout west and central Scotland including Glasgow and Edinburgh and the convenience of the main rail and road links throughout central Scotland.
Kitchen/Living Area w: 13' 6" x l: 27' 3" (w: 4.11m x l: 8.31m)
Cloaks W.C. w: 5' 8" x l: 6' 5" (w: 1.73m x l: 1.96m)
Bathroom w: 8' 8" x l: 5' 10" (w: 2.64m x l: 1.78m)
Bedroom 1 w: 11' x l: 13' 6" (w: 3.35m x l: 4.11m)
En-suite w: 8' 6" x l: 3' 8" (w: 2.59m x l: 1.12m)
Bedroom 2 w: 8' 6" x l: 13' 2" (w: 2.59m x l: 4.01m)
Bedroom 3 w: 11' 2" x l: 9' 3" (w: 3.4m x l: 2.82m)
The property benefits from a gas central heating system and double glazing throughout.
The property benefits from manicured gardens throughout the development.
Private and visitors parking spaces are available adjacent to the property.
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