This truly stunning four bedroom detached bungalow offers an abundance of flexible and luxurious living space formed over one level located within a cul-de-sac in the heart of the popular Clyde Valley.
The modern family home is set within well-maintained garden grounds boasting a high-end internal finish and comprises; spacious entrance hallway leading to all apartments, front facing bay-windowed living room with focal point fireplace, comfortable family room to the rear with French patio doors, wc, modern kitchen with adjoining utility room, open plan, rear facing dining room with panoramic views over the gardens and local countryside. Bay-windowed master bedroom with stunning en-suite shower room finished to the highest quality, and fitted wardrobes. A further three bedrooms with storage and a gorgeous family bathroom.
The accommodation further benefits from oil fired heating, double glazing, laminate wood floor coverings throughout, luxurious tiling and sanitary wear in all bathroom suites, beautiful landscaped front and rear gardens featuring lawn and slabbed patio to the rear, with views of the countryside. There is parking in the form of a driveway and single garage with enough space for a number of vehicles.
The property sits within a desired and sought after development on the outskirts of the village of Kirkfieldbank, gateway to the Clyde Valley and less than two miles from Lanark town centre. The village Kirkfieldbank has a small shop and local primary school. Lanark offers a variety amenities including shops, cafes, restaurants, highly regarded schools, sport and recreational facilities including several golf clubs. Good access to the local attractions such as the Clyde Valley and Scottish borders provide excellent walking opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, including the well- known New Lanark World Heritage site, Tinto Hill and the Falls of Clyde. The property is ideally situated for the commuter to either Edinburgh or Glasgow. Edinburgh City Bypass is only a forty-minute drive giving good access to East Central Scotland, while the M74 is also only a fifteen minute drive giving excellent access to Glasgow and the West of Scotland.