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Modern semi-detached family home set in the picturesque South Lanarkshire village of Thankerton. The property offers extremely generous well-planned accommodation on two levels complemented by extensive gardens and ample off-street parking with benefits including double glazing and electric heating.
Arranged over two floors the accommodation comprises glazed panel door with glazed side panel to the entrance hall with storage cupboards and staircase to the first floor. The lounge which has a front aspect is a spacious well-proportioned room with double doors to a large open plan, light and airy kitchen/dining room with French double doors leading to the garden and timber floor in the dining area. The kitchen area provides a wide range of base and wall storage units with contrasting worktops and upstands, integrated appliances include electric oven and hob, fridge freezer and wine chiller. Adjacent is a utility room with door to the rear, stainless steel sink unit and storage cupboard. Completing the ground floor is a formal dining room used as a playroom and shower room with modern suite comprising WC wash hand basin and shower cubical with fitted shower unit.
On the first-floor landing is access to the loft and a door leading to the master bedroom with a range of built in wardrobes, there are three further bedrooms and bathroom with white suite comprising WC vanity sink unit panel bath and corner shower.
Outside is ample gravel off street parking and extensive lawn area with timber shed.
Early viewing is essential to appreciate this generous accommodation.
The village of Thankerton is set approximately 6 miles from the thriving former market town of Biggar situated a stones’ throw from the Scottish Borders. It has long been a popular commute for those seeking country living within easy access of the City Centre. The historic town of Lanark is only a 10 minute drive away with Lanark train station giving easy access to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
As well as offering rural bliss, Biggar is a thriving former market town situated a stone’s throw from the Scottish Borders.
The bustling High Street boasts an excellent range of general stores, speciality retail outlets, cafes and restaurants. 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 the prize-winning Biggar and Upper Clydesdale Museum. Biggar also boasts the famous Purves Puppet Theatre and the popular, family-friendly, Biggar Little Festival which is held in October. The surrounding countryside provides almost limitless opportunities for fishing, hillwalking, trail running and mountain biking, (the nearby Glentress Forest is a mountain biking mecca).
For education, there is a thriving and popular toddler group, as well as both primary and secondary schools.
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