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This exceptional, rarely available, Lodge house dating to c.1842, has been beautifully upgraded over the years, situated within c.2/3 acre of garden ground in the pretty conservation village of Coulter. Retaining lots of charm and character, the accommodation has been designed and styled in keeping with the original building. Beautifully presented throughout this lovely home offers flexible accommodation currently used as on the ground floor: hallway, lounge, dining kitchen, utility room, double bedroom and bathroom. On the upper floor there is the master bedroom and ensuite. The property benefits from fibre broadband and has also had previously approved planning consent to extend into the detached double garage if wished.
Entering through the pretty front entrance there is a warm welcome into the gorgeous hallway with its polished cherry flooring and an instant nod to the character of the property with curved walls leading into the half hexagon shaped lounge. The lounge is a beautiful room with its quirky shape, stripped flooring and an Italian marble fireplace with cosy open open fire and a basket grate. Situated between the lounge and the rear hall is another beautiful room which is currently used as a large double bedroom but could work equally well as a further public room. With an exposed stone wall and original low doorways with latch doors, this is another room which continues to enhance the character of the property. The dining kitchen which has an outlook to the rear garden also has bags of character with a beamed ceiling and fireplace with a gas fire with back Baxi boiler. Well finished with granite worktop and a tiled floor, there is an integrated gas hob, electric double oven and extractor and ample space for a good-sized dining table and chairs.
There is also a beautifully finished bathroom on the ground floor which has tiled floor and walls, a roll top bath with Victorian style shower mixer tap, a pedestal wash hand basin and w.c. The accommodation is completed on this level by the utility room which is a super practical space with a Belfast sink, space for a washing machine and lots of space for coats, boots, etc.
On the upper floor the charm and character continue with exposed beams on the stairwell leading up to a beautifully presented master suite which has a large double bedroom and an ensuite shower room.
Externally the garden ground is extensive. There is a large red gravel driveway to the side leading to the detached double garage which has power and light and offering parking for several vehicles. A fabulous, covered outdoor living area to the side of the lodge offers a super space from which to entertain and enjoy the garden and the large lawn with mature trees attracting an array of wildlife.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate all this stunning property has to offer.
Coulter is a small, picturesque village situated approximately 3 miles south of Biggar. The village has its own Primary School.
As well as offering rural bliss, Biggar is a thriving former market town situated in the Upper Clyde Valley, a stones’ throw from the Scottish Borders. It is well connected to both motorway and major roads being only 30 miles from Edinburgh and has long been a popular commute for those seeking country living within easy access of the city. Glasgow is less than 50 miles away meaning both cities can be reached in under an hour. The M74 offers easy access south.
Biggar offers a regular bus service to Lanark and Edinburgh. The nearest railway station is at Lanark with regular trains to Glasgow, and 9 miles distant at Carstairs Junction where there is a main line rail link to Edinburgh.
The bustling High Street boasts an excellent range of general stores, speciality retail outlets, cafes and restaurants.
Biggar has a Golf Course, Boating Pond and Tennis Courts, along with well-patronised Bowling and Rugby clubs. Whatever your interest there are various clubs and associations ranging from Bridge to Theatre Workshop, Music to Rambling, as well as a soon to be opened, newly refurbished High Street Museum. Biggar also boasts the famous Biggar Puppet Theatre and the popular, family-friendly, Biggar Little Festival which is held in October.
For education, there is a thriving and popular toddler group, as well as both Primary and Secondary Schools.
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