£75,000 Fixed price
We are delighted to bring to the market this excellent one bedroom traditional stone miners cottage and utterly unique development opportunity. This charming stone-built cottage is a genuinely rare find and it offers a tremendous opportunity for someone with the drive and vision to turn it back into a delightful home. The property would make a great residential home or bolt-hole to get away from it all or even an ideal holiday let which is sure to be popular in these post-pandemic staycation driven days. The property sits in a quiet area of outstanding beauty in the conservation village of Wanlockhead, near Biggar and Thornhill. Nestled beautifully in a very friendly area that's well known for its neighbourly spirit. Some of the traditional values that make a real community are very much alive here. As it stands, the property is in need of a degree of internal and external refurbishment but the value is evident and for those with vision and a passion to roll their sleeve's up and get stuck in then this is a great opportunity. Many traditional features remain which could easily be brought up to a great standard for any couple to enjoy. The possibilities really are numerous and will allow the new owners the opportunity to create their own version of a perfect place to come home to. There is also a small garden space to the rear of the cottage. The accommodation consists of a spacious lounge with a traditional style feature log burner, and given the shape of the room, it would suit a range of furniture configurations. The kitchen/diner is spacious, finished in a range of fitted units. There is a gas range cooker, and solid fuel Aga along with space for a freestanding fridge freezer and washing machine. It's evident a new kitchen and bathroom would transform the property and make it very comfortable and homely. The property is an original one bed but currently, there is space upstairs that could form a number of uses subject to the necessary planning approval. The shower room is finished with a toilet and sink along with a standalone shower enclosure. There is also a storage room. The home is kept warm, and comfortable via tank gas central heating, solid fuel wood burner and Aga. The property also comes with a Stone-built shed to the rear. A parking space is provided to the front aspect adjacent to the property. This charming period home would make an ideal buy for anyone, holiday home accommodation or developer property. Early viewing is strongly advised for anyone looking for a rare and quite unique period home with tremendous charm and potential.
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