The property is entered from the front via panelled timber storm door to traditional entrance vestibule with tiled floor from where a panelled door with etched glass pane leads into the hallway. The reception hallway is a bright and welcoming area with abundant natural light via the large rear-facing window over the stairwell. There are panelled doors off to the lounge, dining room, kitchen and family room/bedroom three, and also to a built-in cupboard.
To one side of the hall is the spacious lounge which is a lovely bright main apartment featuring a three-window bay to the front with the expected high skirtings, coving and ceiling rose. The wood-burning stove is also a notable feature here. Across the hall is the dining room with feature marble fireplace. A large front-facing window provides plenty natural light. The family room/bedroom three is to the rear of the house, with large window overlooking the gardens, and benefits from a full wall of floor to ceiling fitted shelving. The breakfasting sized kitchen again has large rear-facing window, with stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap set below. Fitted with a mixture of modern white gloss and freestanding wooden floor units giving the kitchen a traditional yet contemporary feel. A large walk-in pantry-style cupboard gives plenty additional storage. To the rear, a door leads to the inner hallway where there is a glazed door to the garden, and further doors off to a storeroom, WC, utility room and study/bedroom four. The storeroom is a useful facility with roof-light. Adjacent is the WC which has recently been fitted with a two piece suite in white of wash-hand basin and WC. The spacious utility room also has a roof-light window and offers a large space for laundry appliances. A door from the inner hall leads to the large study/bedroom four which is to the front of the house with twin-windows overlooking the garden.
A period staircase with traditional wooden banister and wrought-iron spindles takes a turn to the first floor landing where there are doors off to bedrooms one and two and the recently fitted family bathroom. A large built-in cupboard provides generous storage. Bedroom one is a large double bedroom, with partial coomb ceiling and a large front-facing window, again featuring attractive coving to the ceiling. Across the landing is bedroom two, with partial coomb ceiling, and a side-facing window giving plenty natural daylight to this large double bedroom. The spacious family bathroom has roof-light window to the rear roof slope and is fitted with a three piece suite in white with chrome effect fixtures and fittings and shower over bath. Tiled to ceiling height on two walls.
Externally, the front garden has been meticulously laid out, with an area of manicured lawn and planted beds and borders exhibiting an enviable range of specimen trees and other plantings. The driveway to one side is laid to gravel, leading to the timber garage at the rear. The rear garden itself is beautifully laid out, with an area of level lawn/drying green and several planted beds, borders and growing areas accessed by pathways laid to red gravel, with a very large paved patio area lying immediately to the rear of the house, the whole being enclosed by traditional stone walling.
Entrance Porch 1.39m x 1.26m
Lounge 5.29m max x 4.13m
Dining Room 4.05m x 3.89m
Family Room/Bedroom Three 4.06m x 2.99m max
Study/Bedroom Four 4.38m x 3.50m
Kitchen 3.68m x 3.88m
Storeroom 1.49m x 1.21m
WC- 2.13m x 0.87m
Utility Room 4.58m x 2.04m
Bedroom One 4.21m x 4.12m
Bedroom Two 4.33m x 4.05m
Family Bathroom 3.42m x 2.77m
Two Public Rooms
Lanark Grammar School
Lanark Primary School
St Mary's Primary School (Lanark)
Distances are as the crow flies and the property listed may not be in the schools catchment area.
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