Rhuallan is situated between the popular towns of Biggar and Lanark with views out towards Tinto Hill in South Lanarkshire. The peaceful yet accessible location enables you to enjoy the rural soundings, whilst having easy access to local amenities. …
Rhuallan is situated between the popular towns of Biggar and Lanark with views out towards Tinto Hill in South Lanarkshire. The peaceful yet accessible location enables you to enjoy the rural soundings, whilst having easy access to local amenities. The Train Station in Lanark provides access to Glasgow. Road links provide access to both Glasgow
A 4 bedroom property on one floor in an attractive rural setting with an adjoining 3 bedroom dwelling which is currently used as a popular holiday let.
There are two semi-detached properties within Rhuallan, providing purchasers with a unique opportunity to have an individual dwelling or
to convert, subject to necessary consents, into one larger unit with the majority of the accommodation located over one floor. The main residence has flexible accommodation over one floor. This
includes a recently modernised kitchen with breakfast bar, sun room, and a bright sitting room, which enjoys far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside. The Rowans is currently run as a popular self-catered holiday let and has been awarded four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board. The modern accommodation is mainly located over the ground floor with an additional bedroom down-stairs. There is a wraparound patio which
allows guests to sit outside and enjoy views of the surrounding rolling hills.
Although currently utilised as two separated units, it is understood that, subject to the obtaining the necessary consents, there is the possibility
to convert and create a single detached house.
Ground Floor: Kitchen, sitting room, sun room, master bedroom, bedroom 2, bedroom 3, bedroom 4 and wet room.
The Rowans: Ground Floor: Kitchen, sitting room, bedroom 1, bedroom 2 and bathroom.
Basement: Bedroom and large storage cupboard.
GARDEN AND OUTBUILDINGS
The grounds have been divided so that both houses have a defined boundary to allow for private spaces and to enjoy the sun at the various
points of the day.
The stables are built from block under corrugated sheet roofing with concrete floor. There are two stables and tack room which could be easily utilised for a number of different uses. The surrounding area comprise hardstanding with an access track, which also provides additional access to the large rear garden. In addition to the stables there is also an office and various timber outbuildings.