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Built circa 1863, Flat 2 Old Bank House is a category “C” listed building and forms part of an attractive stone, under a slate roof, original townhouse set in the heart of Biggar with magnificent views of the town and hills in the distance. The property has been well cared for and has fabulous period features with high ceilings, sash windows with working shutters and ornate cornicing to name but a few. Accommodation is mainly laid over two levels, with generously proportioned flexible rooms benefiting from gas central heating and double glazing.
Accommodation mainly comprises large timber panel door with fan light above leading to a patterned quarry tiled floor vestibule which in turn has a glazed panel door to a welcoming entrance hall with pattern quarry tiled floor, large storage cupboard and personal door to No 2. On the ground floor is under stairs storage area and staircase to the first floor. On this level is an impressive, grand drawing room with two tall sash windows with shutters providing views to the High Street and hilltops, ornate cornicing and attractive fireplace. Adjacent is the kitchen, also with a front aspect sash window with shutters providing a wide range of base and wall storage units, breakfast bar and appliances including fridge, freezer, oven and hob. Also, on the first floor is a formal rear aspect dining room with traditional press and built in cupboard providing storage above. There are also two double bedrooms and bathroom with white suite comprising WC pedestal wash hand basin, panel bath and separate corner shower.
On the upper floor landing is a velux window providing natural light and small door to a large insulated loft which could be converted subject to necessary permissions. There is also a large double, front aspect bedroom with views to the High Street and hilltops in the distance.
In summary this impressive property must be viewed internally to fully appreciate the charm and character of Old Bank House.
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