Moat House is an impressive detached Georgian house dating from around 1825. Accessed via a
private gravelled driveway, the house is surrounded by mature trees and gardens both to front and rear.
The property is entered via an entrance vestibule leading to a welcoming hallway, which gives access to the ground floor accommodation. Located off the hallway are the main reception rooms and an under stair w.c. The sitting room has duel aspects to the front and side of the house and has original cornicing, feature wall and fireplace with wood burning stove. The dining room, which is currently being used as an office has an original fireplace and press cupboard with access door leading through to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of wooden wall and floor units with integrated
appliances and a modern range cooker. The family room, off the kitchen, is bright and has patio doors leading out to the garden. There is also a useful utility room situated off the rear hallway. A porch off the rear hallway offers a separate side entrance to the house.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and two single bedrooms. The master bedroom has duel aspects with window seating and built in wardrobes. There are two further double bedrooms and two single bedrooms all served by a shower room and a separate family bathroom.
Gardens and Grounds
The easily maintained garden lies mainly to the south and west of the house. The walled garden area is mostly laid to lawn with fruit trees, a sun house and stone seating. To the side of the house there is a cobbled parking area with traditional former stone cottage/bothy currently used for storage.
There are also timber stables/field shelters with 3 loose boxes, hay shed, store room with kennels and access to an all weather lunging arena.
There are five grass paddocks to the south and north of the house. The total area extends to about 8.73 acres (3.56 Ha). There is a 40m x 20m surfaced menage with timber fence. The paddocks are all sheltered by tree belts and hedge rows with additional access to field shelters.
Moat House is set approximately 4 miles from Lanark, within a small hamlet, approximately 2 miles from junction 9 of the M74 motorway. Lanark and Lesmahagow provide everyday shopping facilities including supermarkets and good schooling. Nearby is the Clyde Valley which is renowned for its variety of garden centres and scenic walks. The surrounding area offers a wide variety of parks, sports facilities and several pubs and restaurants. The surrounding towns of Lanark and Hamilton offer a wide range of shopping facilities including retail parks, regular public transport by bus or train to Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding towns. For those commuting by car the road network links with the M74 motorway both north and southbound and to the M8 motorway linking Glasgow and Edinburgh. Glasgow airport is easily accessible with the recently opened extension to the M74. The house is approximately 2 miles from the Falls of the Clyde where you can walk to the world
heritage site at New Lanark along spectacular river/woodland walkways. There is also nearby access to a variety of off road horse riding, cycling and walking routes.