A unique opportunity to combine the pleasures of a luxury bespoke detached bungalow in a stunning semi-rural setting with the convenience of all nearby local amenities.
The property itself offers wonderfully light, spacious and free flowing accommodation linking various living areas. It will be completed to an exceptionally high standard, blending a range of high specification fixtures and fittings.
Accommodation in its entirety comprises of a welcoming open hallway, convenient wc and a formal lounge with double doors to a fabulous open -plan kitchen/dining and family living area. The living areas have been strategically positioned to captivate the stunning picturesque views of the surrounding countryside. There is also a modern bathroom, a master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room, and a further three double bedrooms each with fitted storage.
The property has an innovative energy efficient air source heat pump system which greatly lowers energy bills whilst reducing your carbon footprint. Air source heat pumps unlock potential savings and work by removing heat from the surrounding air outside. This is achieved in the same way that a fridge keeps cool. In order for the pump to extract heat from the air the system requires electricity. However, it will produce between 3 to 4 times more power than the electrical power it requires.
The bungalow sits on an impressive plot, with an extensive tarmac driveway leading to a detached double garage with electric roller door supplied with power and water.
Easy maintained gardens to front and rear will enjoy undisturbed views of the surrounding countryside, with stunning views to the rear of the property.
Thankerton is a small village in rural South Lanarkshire. It is located between Biggar and Lanark overlooking the two local hills, Quothquan Law and Tinto on either side of the River Clyde. There are a number of excellent local golf courses including Biggar, Carnwath and Lanark. The location of the house offers easy access to the M74 and it is an excellent base for commuting to either Glasgow or Edinburgh. The village of Thankerton benefits from a local pub. Nearby Biggar (5 miles) is an attractive market town that has a good selection of shops, a health centre, as well as a primary and secondary school.