4 bedroom detached house for saleBiggar, Lanarkshire
Offers Over £365,000
Full descriptionThis detached bungalow was built around 2002 by the current owner to an individual exacting standard offering spacious family accommodation. The property is set in a semi-rural location with stunning views over the surrounding countryside.
The accommodation is split level and comprises entrance hall which leads to a large formal lounge which has a rear aspect with stunning views and patio doors which lead to the garden. There is a formal dining room adjacent to the lounge, again with patio doors to the gardens. The spacious kitchen/breakfast room has a bay window to the side, ample range of base and wall storage units with tiled work-surfaces and splash-backs and a tiled floor . The kitchen also benefits from a centre island which has a built-in electric hob. There is a less formal sitting room which has a bay window and open fire. Further accommodation includes study, four double bedrooms, with en-suite to the master bedroom and large bathroom with suite comprising twin sinks, wc, bidet, double shower and bath.
The property is set in around 1.5 acres which include former mill pond, lawn areas and wooded area. There is also a detached double garage which has power and light.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the stunning location and spacious accommodation.
Biggar is a thriving country town with a wide variety of general and speciality shops. 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 various museums run by Biggar Museum Trust and of course we have the famous Biggar Puppet Theatre. For education, there is a thriving and popular toddler group, Nursery, Primary School and a new High School, completed 2009.
For the outdoor enthusiast there is no shortage of activities in the area, with golf courses at Biggar, Carnwath, West Linton and Cardrona and hillwalking in the Pentland Hills, the Broughton Heights and Western Tinto. The nearby Meldon Hills and Cloich Forrest are particularly popular with mountain bikers and the Tweed cycleway starts at Biggar. Trout fishing is available on the Upper Clyde and several nearby lochs and reservoirs, with salmon fishing on the Upper River Tweed. Shooting is available to let on nearby estates. New Lanark, a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill is a World Heritage Site and only a few miles away.
There is a regular bus service to Lanark, Edinburgh and Peebles. There is also a railway station at Lanark with regular trains to Glasgow and also 9 miles distant at Carstairs Junction where there is a main line rail link to Edinburgh.
By road Edinburgh is approximately 28 miles from Biggar and Glasgow is approximately 40 miles.
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