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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Substantial Detached Property in Delightful Rural Setting.

Sold STC £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Detached Property.
  • Sitting Room. Shower Room/W.C.
  • Dining Room/Games Room.
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room.
  • Study. Utility. Boiler Room.
  • Gymnasium. Turret Room.
  • 4 Bedrooms. Family Bathroom.
  • Loft/Studio.
  • Garage/Workshop.
  • Workshop/Stores.

Full description

Impressive Baronial style country house set in the picturesque South Lanarkshire village of Roberton with magnificent views across the Upper Clyde Valley. This beautiful family home has been updated by the current owners and provides excellent, flexible accommodation arranged over two floors and is complemented by well tended terraced gardens.
Previously the property has had planning permission to
convert outbuilding to the rear into holiday accommodation.
Accommodation is arranged over two floors mainly comprising elegant reception hall with stairs to the first floor, to the left is a generous formal dining room with a twin aspect and open fireplace set in an ornate surround with stone mantle and marble hearth, there is a snug/sitting room to the front with bay window and open fire. From the hall is a shower room and separate cloaks/wc. The kitchen, which is the hub of the house, provides a wide range of storage units with granite work-surfaces, a Rayburn solid fuel stove, integrated appliances include ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge, there is also a comfortable dining/seating area. Off the kitchen is a study. Towards the rear is a further utility with Belfast sink providing further appliance space and storage, there is also a boiler room and an additional room which is currently used a gymnasium. There is also a floored attic which is currently used as an Artists' studio.
On the first floor is a generous drawing room with countryside views and open fire with ornate surround and timber mantle. There are four bedrooms, family bathroom and turreted room which could be used as a study or dressing room.
Outside to the front is a gravel parking area and patio along
with a wide variety of alpine plants, shrubs and trees
including a monkey puzzle tree, as well as a pond with a
waterfall. There are also stone steps which lead to a larger
elevated garden which has two terraced lawns the upper of
which has a summerhouse with electricity and enjoys
wonderful views over the village and the Clyde Valley. There
is also a paved terrace with a pergola over which is sheltered
by mature trees and shrubs.
At the north end of the property, a separate gravel driveway
leads into a paved courtyard. This gives access to a large
garage and substantial outbuildings, currently used as a coal
house/log store and storage room. This section previously
had planning consent to be converted into two separate
holiday cottages. This has since lapsed but demonstrates that
further development of the property is feasible, subject to
necessary permissions and consents.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
28 June 2016

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