£130,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|19 October 2012||£99,000||£7,000|
|16 March 2007||£106,000||£8,000|
|1 December 2005||£98,000||N/A|
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***Closing Date - Wednesday 3rd of February at 12 Noon***
Enjoying a quiet cul-de-sac position within a central pocket of Uddingston is this very well presented and rarely available end-terrace villa.
This deceptively spacious and generously proportioned property has been excellently maintained and upgraded during the current ownership resulting in its excellent internal presentation making it the perfect first time or downsizing opportunity.
The lower level consists of an entrance vestibule with storage cupboard, a bright and spacious lounge and a beautiful modern fitted kitchen with ample dining space. The upper level consists of two double bedrooms with fitted mirrored wardrobes and a fully tiled family bathroom with three piece suite.
Further benefits are gas c.h., double glazing and well maintained gardens.
In its entirety, the village of Uddingston is held in high regard with its excellent Main Street providing an abundance of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and every day shopping needs. The area benefits from an array of leisure facilities including gyms, swimming and sports complexes, a bowling and tennis club, a cricket and sports club, a number of children's play areas, Bothwell Castle, nature walks and the nearby Bothwell and Calderbraes golf courses. Uddingston also benefits from its very own Train Station which provides a regular service to both Glasgow and Edinburgh City Centres as well as connecting throughout the rest of the UK. The M8, M73 and recently extended M74 motorways are nearby which provide excellent access to nearby towns such as Hamilton, Motherwell, East Kilbride and around the central belt. Ample bus services are also available providing access to the surrounding towns within the Lanarkshire area as well as Glasgow city centre. The location is very attractive to families with popular schooling in the area including Uddingston Grammar School.
Lounge w: 11' 8" x l: 18' 9" (w: 3.56m x l: 5.72m)
Kitchen/Dining Area w: 11' 8" x l: 8' 8" (w: 3.56m x l: 2.64m)
Bathroom w: 5' 5" x l: 6' 8" (w: 1.65m x l: 2.03m)
Bedroom 1 w: 11' x l: 8' 9" (w: 3.35m x l: 2.67m)
Bedroom 2 w: 9' 4" x l: 8' 9" (w: 2.84m x l: 2.67m)
The property benefits from a gas central heating system and double glazing throughout.
The garden to front is laid to lawn with mature conifers while the recently landscaped low maintenance rear garden is mostly paved with chipped borders, garden shed and is fenced for seclusion.
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