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Situated within approximately five acres of land, Townfoot of Netherton is a substantial, six bedroom, family home with equestrian facilities situated just a short drive from the historic market town of Lanark and within an hour’s drive of Scotland’s major cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
The home is entered through a set of double doors into a spacious and immediately impressive 24m2 entrance hallway with beautifully tiled floor and oak staircase which leads to the first floor. The property can also be entered from the rear through an entrance vestibule into a rear hallway which in turn gives access to a spacious utility room which offers great additional storage and shower room with suite comprising; W.C, wash hand basin set within a vanity unit and walk-in double shower cubicle with a soaker shower with additional body jets. Both are conveniently located at the rear entrance for those partaking in outdoor pursuits. The hub of the home is a 50m2 kitchen with open plan dining and living area and patio doors which open to the front garden. The kitchen has a large selection of base and wall mounted storage with an integrated electric hob, oven and dishwasher. Also situated within this wing of the home is a generously proportioned bedroom with large en-suite bathroom which has a suite comprising; W.C, twin wash hand basins, bidet, bath and walk-in shower cubicle. The home has selection of public rooms. The dining room is currently being utilised as a study and it fits this purpose very well for those looking to work from home. A further two public rooms can be found at the far end of the house both of which are generous in size with log burning stoves which add to the country charm of the home. One of these rooms also opens to a conservatory to the front which offers beautiful views over open countryside towards the Clyde in the distance.
The ground floor is completed by a guest suite which comprises; double bedroom, bathroom with over bath shower, living room with open plan kitchen area and conservatory. This area could also be utilised as an office space with its own kitchen and toilet facilities, providing potential buyers who work from home with an area they could spend the whole day in without feeling as though they were still at home.
On the first floor there are a further four generously proportioned double bedrooms with two en-suites and a family bathroom which comprising; W.C, wash hand basin, bath and separate shower cubicle. The master bedroom measures an impressive 64m2 and its en-suite bathroom is equally spacious with a suite comprising; W.C, wash hand basin, roll-top bath and separate shower cubicle.
Externally the property sits within five acres of land which includes approximately 3.4 acres of quality grazing, a 50m x 30m riding arena, six stables, a tack room and workshop.
To the front of the house is a large garden which is predominantly laid to lawn with patio areas from which to enjoy the stunning views towards Hyndford Bridge and the river Clyde. The property further benefits from an oil-fired central heating system with additional solar panels which provide hot water for the home. This substantial family home has to be viewed to fully appreciate the amount of accommodation on offer and the beautiful setting which surrounds it.
EPC Rating C
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