This beautifully presented end-terraced villa, has many unique features and characteristics, owing to its history as part of the former telephone exchange building. It will suit a variety of buyers, particularly families and those looking to relocate from city to country.
Formed over two levels, the ground floor is entered via a delightful entrance, leading in to the large open plan dining kitchen.
This is a wonderful space for cooking and entertaining, and is well stocked with an array of handle-less, cream, gloss storage units, with contrasting wooden worktop, as well as white metro-tiled splash back. The kitchen further benefits from a built-in induction hob, electric oven and trendy white cooker hood - there is even an integrated wine cooler. Adding to this room's appeal, there is a separate, stylishly decorated dining area, floored with on-trend grey laminate.
Through the kitchen, is a connecting hall-way, which gives access to the handy utility room, as well as the family bathroom. This is a wonderfully designed space, with integrated white-gloss vanity unit, housing built-in storage, the WC and wash-hand basin.
There is also a stylish, angular, p-shaped, double-ended bath with silver coloured mixer tap, over-bath power-shower and silver accented, hinged shower-screen. The bathroom is finished with dark grey flooring and lighter grey waterproof wall-board.
Next we enter the spacious and stylish lounge which carries on the grey motif and provides a wonderful space to relax and entertain. The room is warmed by a fabulous wood-burner, and is lit from both the window to the rear of the building, and the double patio doors to the side.
Upstairs there are three large bedrooms, all well-presented and neutrally decorated. Two of the rooms have excellent built-in mirrored wardrobe storage, the third is a delightfully decorated young person's bedroom. All three rooms are beautifully lit by Velux windows, shaded by roller-blinds.
Also found on this level is a very elegant and freshly fitted family bathroom. Tiled-floor to ceiling in grey, with black floor tiles, it boasts a spacious walk in rain-water shower, as well as a grey vanity unit housing the wash-hand basin with trendy black tap.
The attic space is cleverly utilised, with a pull-down loft ladder, and is floored and lined for various uses.
To the rear, this stunning property benefits from a very large, easily maintained mixed use garden, fabulously presented and recently upgraded.
Accessed via the patio doors off the lounge, there is a seating area, floored in artificial grass.
From here there is access via a stone-chipped path around the building to the front of the house. To the rear, there is a fantastic out-building, currently used for storage, and lending itself to a multitude of uses.
On the second level, accessed via a ramp, there is a large decked area, ideal for barbecues, and housing it's very-own bar.
On to the third level, there is a fantastic sun-deck, giving access to a larger-sized outbuilding / summer house. This has been recently refurbished, and benefits from lighting and heating and currently serves as a home office and gym.
To the front immediately outside the front door, there is another handy, stone-chipped and slabbed seating area. The property is accessed via a shared stair, and there are some pretty communal garden areas on approach to the main building. Parking is off-street, in an allocated space within the shared drive area.
The property also benefits from a newly fitted wet-electric heating system and double glazing throughout.
Lesmahagow itself is a wonderful and thriving village community.
It is well served with two primary schools and a high school. Indeed Milton Primary, and Lesmahagow high school are within a moments walk from the property. Locally there are play parks and outdoor areas for walks and socialising. There are many thriving community groups and areas of historical interest, as well as a number of local shops on the main street of Abbeygreen, as well as a Tesco supermarket within a few moments' drive. The village also benefits from a host of local restaurants, bars and take-away food retailers, including the fabulous Abbeygreen Cafe, and Harris and Ollies restaurant & Bar.
Whilst the property is in a village setting, it is just a very short drive from the M74 motorway - and gives easy access to transport links to the nearby shopping towns of Lanark, Larkhall, Hamilton and Motherwell, as well as onward travel to the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow and south towards England. It would therefore also suit commuters who would like to enjoy the benefits of a village and the wonderful community it provides.
A spacious and quirky family home, with outstanding outside space, in a fantastic location, this property is sure to be extremely popular. Early viewing is recommended to avoid disappointment.
Council tax band: NotSet