4 bedroom detached house for sale

Biggar Road, ML12

Under Offer £320,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Edwardian detached residence
  • Set within approximately 2 acres of land
  • Breaktaking private views onto the rear woodland
  • Historic / tourist location
  • Seven principal apartments
  • Fitted Kitchen and separate utility room
  • Family bathroom & En-suite
  • Integral garage and outbuildings

Full description

Set in the rural village of Symington, South Lanarkshire two miles from the historic and tourist town of Biggar is this traditional stone built detached villa (built circa 1901) comprising of seven principal apartments and set within breath-taking grounds spanning approximately 2 acres.

Internal Accommodation
The property is entered via a large entrance porch leading to the large welcoming reception hallway. On the ground level is a spacious formal front facing lounge with feature fireplace, an additional front facing sitting room which could be used as a fourth bedroom, a separate large dining room leading onto the considerable sized conservatory with overwhelming views onto the rear grounds. The modern fitted kitchen is located off the dining room and gives access to the utility room which has an internal door leading to the garage.

The upper level is accessed via a timber balustrade and staircase in the reception hallway. On the half way landing is the particularly large family bathroom with corner bath and separate walk in shower, there is also a good sized double bedroom just off complete with full length designer 'Sharps' bespoke fitted wardrobes.

The first floor offer two further large double bedrooms also with bespoke 'Sharps' fitted bedroom furniture, the master bedroom also offers further built in window seat and dressing table and an en-suite complete with w.c, bidet wash hand basin and vanity unit.

The property also has an integral garage serviced accessed from the front garden or utility room. The property is serviced with tank oil heating and has all windows and porch door replaced with double glazing in 2011. The conservatory was added to the property in 2002.

External
The grounds of this property are quite simply breath-taking. The front has a gravelled driveway and surrounded by trees, shrubbery and a stone wall and offers off street parking for multiple cars. The rear garden is a key feature of the property offering substantial sized grounds, sheltered by bordering trees, well stocked and beautifully landscaped lawns incorporating the surrounding woodland and nature. There is also a hen coop and outbuildings, various patios and plenty of natural sun traps.

History of the Property
The property was built in the Edwardian Era of 1901 and was used as a private residence until the 1940's when the house was seconded to the government and used as a hospital for Polish Pilots. Post war it returned to a private residence. Its current owners have been resident there since 1988. Over the years the present owners have undergone a number of refurbishments and upgrades keeping the house to an excellent standard.


ROOM SIZES
Porch - 2.45m x 2.00m
Hallway - 4.81m x 2.00m
Formal Lounge - 4.78m x 3.75m
Sitting Room / 4th bedroom - 3.75m x 4.78m
Conservatory - 3.87m x 4.35m
Dining Room - 4.48m x 3.92m
Kitchen - 2.71m x 4.13m
Utility - 1.24m x 1.42m
Bedroom 1 - 3.94m x 3.71m
Bedroom 2 - 2.78m x 4.79m
Bedroom 3 - 4.16m x 3.76m
Family Bathroom - 4.30m x 2.69m
En-suite - 1.87m x 1.91m

EER:
Post Code: ML12 6FT
Council Tax: Band F

Viewings: Arranged by appointment, to confirm please call 0141 775 1050.

Home Report: Available on request.

Schooling:
The village of Symington enjoys its own local Tinto Primary School, mile from the property where children progress from Primary School to Secondary education at Biggar High School. The High School located on John's Loan and adjacent to the local sports facilities.

Location: The property is 2 miles from Biggar
:
Biggar is a historic market town and former burgh in South Lanarkshire, Scotland. It is situated in the Southern Uplands, near the River Clyde, around 30 miles from Edinburgh along the A702. The closest towns are Lanark and Peebles, and as such Biggar serves a wide rural area. In 2007 a group of Biggar residents launched the Carbon Neutral Biggar project, with the stated aim of becoming the first carbon neutral town in Scotland. The launch of the project, covered in both local and national media, took place at the town's annual eco forum. It remains a royal burgh since 1451, Biggar still retains its medieval layout. The main street is lined with centuries-old houses and Biggar Kirk dates from the 16th century. Biggar has associations with various historical figures, including William Wallace and Bonnie Prince Charlie.

Town amenities:
Biggar's main street still reflects its past as a market town and is home to a variety of independent shops, including an award-winning grocer, a famous ice-cream and chocolate shop and an award-winning fish and chip shop. The town also has a selection of restaurants, bistros and cafes. Visitors can get a bus to Biggar directly from Edinburgh, Peebles and Lanark which has the closest train station. Biggar is around 30 miles from Edinburgh and is accessible via the A721, while Glasgow is around an hour's drive away.

Recreation / leisure
One of the town's main attractions is a world famous Victorian puppet theatre. Biggar also has more museums per head than any other town in Scotland. They include the Moat Park Heritage Centre, Gladstone Court Museum, Greenhill Covenanters Museum, and the Biggar Gasworks Museum, the only preserved gas works in Scotland. The town hosts an annual arts festival, the Biggar Little Festival, every October. Another yearly event is the Biggar Bonfire, an ancient custom that takes place on Hogmanay and dates back to pagan times.
Nearby, the popular walk up Tinto Hill gives commanding views over the Clyde Valley. Little Sparta, the garden created by artist and poet Ian Hamilton Finlay and containing over 270 of his artworks, can be found close by in the Pentland Hills and is open to the public during the summer season.

Nearest station

  • Carstairs (6.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

Nearest schools

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To view this property or request more details, contact:

Coda Estates Ltd, Glasgow

2-4 Heath Avenue, Lenzie, Glasgow, G66 4LG

0141 392 0298 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Carstairs (6.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Coda Estates Ltd, Glasgow

2-4 Heath Avenue, Lenzie, Glasgow, G66 4LG

0141 392 0298 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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