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Springfield Avenue, Uddingston, Lanarkshire South, G71 7LY

6 bedroom detached house for sale

Property Details

Set amidst enclosed gardens this stunning home is located within the much admired and rarely available, residential address of Springfield Avenue - a private, tree-lined road in the heart of Uddingston.

Professionally extended and lovingly restored by the current owners, over the last twenty three years, it is tastefully decorated and boasts a host of traditional features including parquet flooring, original fireplaces, picture rails, ceiling roses and cornicing.

Alongside the wealth of impressive period features this home offers spacious and versatile accommodation which is ideal for family living.

Located in one of the most desirable addresses in Uddingston and within easy walking distance of numerous local amenities &transport links, this property offers a rare opportunity to acquire a characterful and impressive family home in a highly sought after location.

This traditional sandstone property is accessed via metal gates into a stone-chipped front garden, with ample space for several cars, leading to a very spacious tandem garage with power &lighting.

The beautiful internal spaces within this home are complemented by generous and mature gardens to both the front and rear with a selection of established trees &shrubs providing both attractive outlooks and great privacy.

The house is double glazed and has a flexible heating system comprising : gas central heating, underfloor electric heating, living-flame gas fires and a wooden burning stove.

A truly fantastic home which has to be viewed to be fully appreciated!

Ground Floor
The flexible ground floor accommodation comprises : reception hallway; large formal lounge with two side windows flanking a feature fireplace; family room (or fifth bedroom) with feature fireplace; and media room/office (or sixth bedroom) again with fireplace.

Off the hallway is a cloakroom with under-stairs cupboard; this leads into a large family bathroom with traditional styled sanitary-ware, including a feature roll-top bath, pedestal sink &toilet with high level cistern.

Completing the downstairs accommodation is an impressive open plan split-level area, comprising a formal dining room with compact wood-burning stove, open to the kitchen with its breakfasting area. The kitchen is well-equipped with a good range of traditional styled units, including glazed wall cabinets, a plate rack and a Belfast sink. There is an integrated under-counter fridge and dishwasher. Finally, stairs lead down to a bright garden room with a full-length, built-in window seat and side patio doors, giving access to the outside space.

Off the kitchen is a well-fitted utility room, again with a traditional sink, washing machine and a range of tall fitted units providing excellent storage. In addition, there is walk-in pantry, housing an under-counter freezer, built-in sliding larder unit &a further unit with a drawer &pull-out wicker vegetable baskets.

From this room, there is a door leading to the side of the property with rear access to the double length garage.

First Floor
The upper floor, accessed by a beautifully restored original staircase, features four generously sized bedrooms, a front shower room and a rear bathroom with shower over a jacuzzi spa bath.

Bedroom 1 has a bay-windowed, front aspect over the leafy Avenue, with a full wall of built-in storage cupboards, with additional storage behind and access to the loft space.

Bedroom 2 again has a bay-windowed view to the front of the property and benefits from fantastic bespoke fitted furniture comprising : a full wall of wardrobes, two bedside cabinets and dressing table area.

Bedroom 3 is bright and overlooks the garden at the rear of the property.

Bedroom 4, again overlooking the rear garden, is a truly impressive space with a walk-in wardrobe, providing excellent storage.

Within the corridor to the rear bedrooms are two built-in cupboards - one for towels &bedlinen and another tall storage cupboard.

Local Area
Uddingston, which is held in high regard with its excellent Main Street, provides an abundance of shops, cafes, pubs, restaurants and every day shopping needs. The wider 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 all nearby providing 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 to Glasgow city centre. The location is very attractive to families with popular schooling in the area including two Primary Schools and Uddingston Grammar School.

General Information
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This house description is based upon information supplied by the owner, or on behalf of the owner. These property particulars are produced in good faith and do not constitute or form part of any contract. s1homes do not take any responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in this document.


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