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Rarely available, this substantial three double bedroom, semi-detached villa, with driveway and garage, offers a great family home situated on a corner plot close to Crawford primary school with the village hall and playpark nearby. Beautifully maintained and updated over the years this is a super option for a family home.
With oak flooring flowing through the hallway to the lounge / dining room and kitchen, the flow of the ground floor works really well. The lounge / dining room has a dual aspect with double doors through to the kitchen working really well for modern family living. The kitchen also has a door to the rear garden and a window giving an outlook to the hills to the east, there is space for a fridge freezer, electric cooker, washing machine and dishwasher. The accommodation is completed on this level with the family bathroom which has laminate flooring, part tiled walls, bath with over bath electric shower, ceramic wash hand basin set on a vanity unit and a w.c.
On the upper level there are three good sized double bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite shower room which has a double shower enclosure with mains shower, a wash hand basin and a w.c. There is also a cupboard on the landing and access to the loft.
Externally there is a driveway leading to the large timber garage, with a mainly hard landscaped garden to the front and side for ease of maintenance. To the rear the garden is also mainly hard landscaped with raised beds.
A super opportunity to purchase a lovely family home.
Crawford is situated 33 miles from Glasgow, 35 miles from Edinburgh and 55 miles from Carlisle (all mileages are approximate). There is a traditional village hall that sees a wide range of activities such as coffee morning and the like. The new village primary school opened in 2018. It also has a toddler group, mobile post office, mobile library, mobile bank and mobile fruit and vegetable van. Crawford is situated approximately 15 miles south of Biggar.
As well as offering rural bliss, Biggar is a thriving former market town situated a stone’s throw from the Scottish Borders. It has long been a popular commute for those seeking country living within easy access of the City Centre. Biggar is just 28 miles from Edinburgh and 39 from Glasgow and is well located for access to the M8, M9, M74 and both Edinburgh and Glasgow International Airports. 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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