HD Video Available. Positioned at the end of a cul-de-sac lies this four bedroom, Avant built property. Capercaillie Crescent itself is a quiet street with a varied range of family homes. On arrival at the property you are welcomed by a mono-block driveway allowing parking facilities for two vehicles and in turn leads to a single detached garage. Internally the property has been decorated to an extremely high standard and offers comfortable family living space over two levels. In brief the accommodation extends to: entrance hallway, front facing lounge with dual aspect windows, formal dining room which the owners are currently using as a home office, truly stunning kitchen with contrasting units, integrated appliances and bi-folding doors opening out to the rear garden, separate utility room and downstairs WC.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms, the master having its own ensuite shower room and a further family bathroom with three piece white suite.
The garden grounds have been laid for ease of maintenance with a timber sun deck and lawn area, all screened by high timber fencing. The garden itself is arguably one of the most eye-catching features of the property backing on to fields making it extremely private and not over looked.
The property is perfectly placed for gaining fast access to the M74 motorway and is just a short walk from Chatelherault Train Station, which offers regular rail services to Glasgow. The property is also situated in close proximity to a selection of amenities in both Hamilton and Larkhall that include; mainstream and private schools, supermarkets, restaurants and a selection of leisure facilities. Capercaillie Crescent is also very close to Chatelherault Country Park, which is regarded as an area of historical importance and offers fabulous woodland walks.
A few things about this property:
- Avant built
- Four bedroom detached
- Master en-suite
- Detached garage
The finer detail:
- Countryside views
- Bi-folding doors
- Double glazed windows
- EPC B
Hamilton, South Lanarkshire, is the fourth largest town in Scotland with a population of 53,188. The town is 12 miles (19 km) south of Glasgow and is just west of the M74, the main road link south to England.
Hamilton has two railway stations, Hamilton Central and Hamilton West and the bus station links to surrounding towns. There are three comprehensive high schools in the town as well as the University of the West of Scotland campus.
There is a vibrant pub and bar scene in the city to enjoy. Chatlerault Country Park, 2.5 miles away, is great for countryside strolls. Hamilton race course has a racing season from May to October each year and there are football, tennis, bowling, rugby and cricket facilities at the Hamilton Palace Sports Ground, beside the Mausoleum.