The Old Stables
HD video tour available. A truly magnificent B listed Country house located within the historical Stonebyres estate. The Old Stables forms part of the estate, built circa 1850 and belonging to the Weir-de Veres family from earliest recorded history.
On arrival at the property you are welcomed by a gated entrance, leading onto a large courtyard which provides excellent parking facilities for a number of vehicles. The garden grounds are one of the most impressive features of the property and have been beautifully landscaped to include shrubs, flower beds, lawn, stone wall, fencing and a fantastic patio area.
Internally the accommodation comprises: grand reception hallway, bright and spacious lounge with feature wood burner stove, Mozolowski & Murray conservatory with French doors to the garden, family room with wood burner, fully fitted kitchen with breakfast area and utility room leading onto the downstairs shower room. On the upper level there a lengthy L shape landing with quirky windows, four double bedrooms with master en-suite and a three piece bathroom.
Stonebyres is located on the outskirts of Lanark. As such the property offers the best of country living with town centre amenities being easily accessed in Lanark which is approximately 3 miles away. Lanark offers a broad range of shops, supermarkets and restaurants as well as leisure facilities and a frequently serviced rail station with services to Glasgow. This part of Lanarkshire is well known for it's natural beauty and is home to some stunning parkland golf courses, soft fruit farms and garden centres. EPC F
A few things about this property:
- magnificent B listed Country house
- a gated entrance, leading onto a large courtyard
- excellent parking facilities for a number of vehicles
- quirky windows
- four double bedrooms with master en-suite
The finer detail:
- grand reception hallway
- lounge with feature wood burner stove
- family room with wood burner
- fully fitted kitchen with breakfast area
Bothwell is situated in South Lanarkshire, around 7 miles (11 km) south-east of Glasgow city centre, and is home to around 6,450 residents. Bothwell’s main street is known for independent boutique shopping outlets and good quality cafes, restaurants and trendy bars. Bothwell Castle is a great day out and a fine example of Scottish Gothic architecture. The countryside around is well-used for its nature trails and wildlife spotting, while nearby Bothwell Castle golf club is a good quality course for golf enthusiasts.
Bothwell has good commuter links, being easily accessible from the M74 motorway, with bus routes to and from Glasgow and Motherwell and railway stations in nearby Blantyre and Uddingston.