HD video tour available. A luxury & grand detached family villa with an enviable elevated corner position which overlooks the River Clyde & neighbouring countryside. Finished to an impeccable standard, this stunning villa features twin full height apex windows to the front with solid Oak frames & sits below a pitched slate roof which is striking on arrival to this home. The entrance hall breaths opulence with double height ceilings and an open plan feel to the dining lounge & breakfasting kitchen. There is a further family room to the rear and utility room which follows to a large w/c. Particular mention must be made to the contemporary style breakfasting kitchen. The use of the seamless, sleek glass balustrade helps to increase the amount of light within the hallway, which brings out the fantastic detailing in other aspects of the landing & décor. All of the bedrooms are bright and fabulous size doubles with bedroom 1 & 2 enjoying built in wardrobes and luxurious en suites. Bedrooms 1 & 4 both enjoy the open idealistic views from the glass apex frontage. All sanitary wear to the family bathroom and en suites are of the highest quality. Gardens are all laid to lawn, the rear has a raised decked patio enjoying summers to late evening within the South facing garden. To the side is the detached double garage with slate roof, accessed from a roller door. A mono block drive leads to the garage and provides ample parking for several cars. Further features include oil central heating & energy-efficient glazing.
Abington enjoys a range of local amenities whilst the larger town of Lanark is a few miles distant and offers bus and train links, sports facilities, shopping, schooling and recreation. For the commuter Station Road is less than 5 minutes from Abington services junction 13 M74 or the A702 Edinburgh Road and close to the A73 Lanark Road in South Lanarkshire and provides easy access to all local town & villages. EPC C
A few things about this property:
- Four bedrooms
- Two en-suites
- Countryside views
The finer detail:
- Floor to ceiling windows
- Architecturally designed
- High specification throughout
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