Alderney House is an immaculately presented house built in approximately 2003 and has been recently extended to offer flexible family accommodation.
The property is entered via an entrance vestibule leading into a large welcoming hallway, which gives acess to the ground floor accommodation. Located off the hallway are the main reception rooms, including a drawing room with multi fuel burning stove, formal dining room, shower room, generous storage cupboard and kitchen/breakfast room with patio doors leading out to the rear garden. From the kitchen there is a useful utility room providing access to a secure gravelled area. There is also a home gym which has access to a second hallway/entrance. A further door take you through to an intergrated double garage, a workshop, wet room and kennels. From the main hallway, carpeted stairs leads to the upper landing, off which are a spacious master bedroom with a separate dressing area and en suite, with patio doors leading out on to a balcony, three further double bedrooms, one ensuite and a family bathroom. Stairs from the second entrance hallway leads up to a spacious family room with wood burning stove and large storage cupboard. Off the landing is an office/fifth bedroom with dual aspects velux windows.
Externally the property benefits from a private driveway with parking for several vehicles and providing access to a double garage. There are well maintained gardens to the side and rear of the property, mainly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees and patio area with space for a table and chairs. There is also a covered decking walkway and log shed. The gardens provide privacy and security making it an ideal environment for children and pets.
Alderney House is located within the rural hamlet of Thankerton, which is a small village in rural South Lanarkshire. It is located between Biggar and Lanark overlooking the two local hills, Quothquan Law and Tinto on either side of the River Clyde. Tinto Hill is the largest and most prominent landmark in the upper reaches of the Clyde Valley. The area is also popular with hill walkers due to its close proximity to the Southern Upland Way and Broughton Heights. There are a number of excellent local golf courses including Biggar, Carnwath and Lanark. The location of the house offers easy access to the M74 and it is an excellent base for commuting to either Glasgow or Edinburgh. The local village of Thankerton benefits from a local pub. Nearby Biggar (5 miles) is an attractive market town that has a good selection of shops, a health centre, as well as a primary and secondary school.