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Property Under Offer in Cross Road, Biggar
Offers Over £249,000

Under Offer
  • Main
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Lounge
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Kitchen/dining room
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Lounge
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Kitchen/dining room
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Kitchen/dining room
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bedroom
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bedroom
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bedroom
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bedroom/study
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bathroom
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Bathroom
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Garden
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Patio
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn
  • Front
    Cross Road Crawfordjohn

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  • Beautifully renovated and extensively refurbished family home
  • Spacious lounge
  • Open plan dining kitchen with French doors give access to the patio
  • Four double bedrooms, one of which is located on the ground floor
  • Family bathroom
  • Beautifully well-tended and deceptively large gardens
  • Driveway to the side provides ample off-street parking
  • Viewing highly recommended to fully appreciate this charming family home

Situated in the charming rural village of Crawfordjohn, The Old Post Office is a beautifully renovated and extensively refurbished family home that offers potential buyers flexible living accommodation arranged over two floors. The current owner has extended into the former school room to greatly enhance the living accommodation on offer.

The home is entered from the side into the hallway which in turn gives access to the ground floors principal apartments. The bathroom has been
re-modelled in a traditional style which is in keeping with the property. Features include half height timber panelling, roll-top bath, W.C, wash hand basin and a walk-in shower cubicle with mixer shower. Window shutters complete the traditional look of this stylish bathroom. The living room has a window to the front providing excellent natural light and a glazed door to the rear which leads through the rear porch into the garden. The open plan dining kitchen is the hub of the home and real key feature. This beautifully converted room is a subtle blend of traditional features with an array of modern comforts. The kitchen is fitted in a country style with butcher block worktops and a Belfast style sink and the stunning tall window formation provides a nod to the rooms former use as an old school room. A log burning stove provides an attractive focal point to the room and adds to the country charm of the home. At the dining end of the room French doors give access to the patio at the front of the house and a spiral staircase leads to a double bedroom above. The ground floor is completed by a W.C which doubles as a utility room, double bedroom and pantry.

On the second floor of the original house there are a further two double bedrooms, one of which has an abundance of built-in storage which is complimented by an additional storage cupboard on the upper landing.

Externally the home has beautifully well-tended and deceptively large gardens with a selection of seating areas and outbuildings providing excellent garden storage. A driveway to the side provides ample off-street parking.

This charming family home is deceptively spacious and can only be fully appreciated by internal viewing.

LOCATION
The tranquil village of Crawfordjohn is in beautiful, scenic, rural South Lanarkshire nestling in the picturesque hills and valleys.  Set amid rolling hills and valleys the location is ideal for outdoor pursuits and for keen cyclists the Crawford, Crawfordjohn and Leadhills cycle route offers a challenging ride.
The village is home to a vibrant village hall which offers various activities; the local pub, the Colebrook Arms, which also offers food; and the Crawfordjohn Heritage Centre which has taken up residence in the old parish church where you can explore the history and heritage of this rural village when it is open throughout the summer months.  There is also a community garden and playpark.

The village is located close to Abington and Biggar and is just a few minutes’ drive from the M74 allowing travel connections going both North to Glasgow and beyond and South to and from England. 

Biggar is Approx. 14 miles from Crawfordjohn and is a thriving former market town situated a stones’ throw from the Scottish Borders. It has long been a popular commute for those seeking country living within easy access of Glasgow, Edinburgh and the south.


Rooms

Lounge - 11' 5'' x 15' 6'' (3.48m x 4.72m)

Kitchen - 12' 8'' x 13' 1'' (3.86m x 3.98m)

Dining area - 12' 2'' x 12' 3'' (3.71m x 3.73m)

Pantry - 4' 11'' x 3' 6'' (1.50m x 1.07m)

Utility room - 5' 7'' x 7' 1'' (1.70m x 2.16m)

Bathroom - 12' 0'' x 9' 5'' (3.65m x 2.87m)

Bedroom 1 - 10' 4'' x 11' 9'' (3.15m x 3.58m)

Bedroom 2 - 9' 4'' x 13' 3'' (2.84m x 4.04m)

Bedroom 3 - 9' 5'' x 15' 3'' (2.87m x 4.64m)

Bedroom 4/study - 12' 6'' x 15' 7'' (3.81m x 4.75m)


EPC

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Nearby Places

Name Location Type Distance
Cross Road Crawfordjohn
Biggar ML12 6SN
County: South Lanarkshire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: BIGG0973
Lindsay Duncan (B)
RE/MAX CLYDESDALE - BIGGAR
 
  01899 220949