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Venlaw

Lanark, South Lanarkshire, ML11 7RB

Guide Price £405,000


  • Panoramic views over the Tinto hills and valleys

  • Peaceful and private location

  • Spacious modern house

  • 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms

  • Field/grazing extending to approx 2.14 acres

DESCRIPTION
The house is approached through double gates to the gravelled driveway where there is ample parking and turning space.
The hallway opens into a spacious sitting room with large picture windows making the most of the spectacular southerly views ...

DESCRIPTION
The house is approached through double gates to the gravelled driveway where there is ample parking and turning space.
The hallway opens into a spacious sitting room with large picture windows making the most of the spectacular southerly views. From the sitting room a door leads through to a family room with a door leading to a covered outside terrace.
The kitchen has a range of wall and floor units and is adjacent to the utility room. An inner hall leads through to the back door, a cloakroom, boot room/workshop, large store cupboard housing the boiler and out to the double garage.
There is a separate bedroom wing with a master bedroom and en suite bathroom with 3 further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the gardens have been planted with a selection of mature shrubs and perennial plants and there are seating areas, including a summer house, ideally located at the best vantage points to sit and admire the views.
Accessed from the garden is a gently sloping south facing paddock of about 2.14 acres (0.86 Ha)
Venlaw was built in 1996 by the current owners and is a most impressive family home. The house offers a wonderful semi rural lifestyle in spacious and comfortable surroundings.
GENERAL
The historic burgh of Lanark was the location of the first meeting of the Scots Parliament in 978 and a few hundred years after the first Scots Parliament took place in Lanark, William ‘Braveheart’ Wallace resided in the town where there are tributes. Lanark is steeped in history and perfect for outdoor pursuits, including historic 18 hole golf course and Lanark Loch, good access to the Scottish Borders and the Clyde valley, providing excellent walks for the outdoor enthusiast including Tinto Hill and the Falls of Clyde and New Lanark, a World Heritage Site.
From the house there are many cross country hacking and walking routes taking in all the breathtaking scenery of the area.
Lanark is ideal for commuters who require good transport links and easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh in a rural yet not isolated location. Edinburgh City Bypass is only thirty minutes to the east and the M74 is only a twenty minute drive to the south west.
Lanark has a varied selection of shops, a health centre, swimming pool, primary schools and senior school.