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Status: Active Property Reference: HS-0001157304

Flats for sale
2 bedroom flat for sale
£172,000
Motherwell, United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Call '02081281730'

Key features:


Retirement: No
Shared ownership: No
New Build: No
Have Pool: No

Full description:

Stunning luxury two bedroom top floor conversion of this 500 year old Baronial A listed building. Set within Dalzell Estate and Barons Haugh, top floor flat located in the hamilton wing which has been recently fully renovated. The home retains a wealth of traditional features and was sympathetically restored by Classic House in the mid 1980's.The accommodation comprises communal entrance controlled via audio controlled entry, entrance hallway, well appointed L shaped lounge/dining area, newly fully fitted breakfasting kitchen with integrated washing machine/dishwasher/fridge/freezer and impressive range cooker, two double bedrooms, newly fitted three piece bathroom with wc and roll top bath, new separate shower room with low profile shower. The property benefits from sash and casement windows which have been recently fully refurbished and draft proofed, new electric Thermaflow central heating system installed with stunning cast iron radiators and underfloor heating in both bathrooms. There are beautiful landscaped communal gardens, private residents parking to both front and rear of the building with your owned numbered parking bay and your owned garage. The gardens are a fantastic feature of this house with its sprawling lawns, matures trees, ornamental Japanese gardens and wonderful walks throughout the gardens themselves and the surrounding walks.

The home has been beautifully refurbished keeping the character and feel of a traditional home. New central heating and full loft insulation installed. No amount of photographs truly reflects the size, setting or quality of the lifestyle that is on offer, therefore internal inspection really is a must. There is a private road leading to the property with the feeling of the country it is really quite special. The old baronial home is quite striking and needs to be visited to see the real beauty. The surrounding Dalzell Estate and Barons Haugh is a nature reserve for more information on Dalzell Estate and Barons Haugh please visit:- . There are no nearby streets so it is really nice and quiet as no external traffic noise. The living area has a multi fuel stove which is very snug on winter nights. There is plenty of windows in the flat letting in lots of light. The flat is situated near enough where you can get to the local supermarket which is a two minutes drive away!

Potential buyers are not only buying a home but a lifestyle with wonderful mature woodland walks, gardens including formal Japanese gardens and more fantastic walks around the River Clyde. No two apartments or homes within the baronial castle are alike and each has been designed with great thought and imagination incorporating the maximum use of space. There have been many well known and famous visitors to the home through the last 400 years including the Prince and Princess of Wales in 1888 and William Gladstone stayed in the House in 1879, indeed, 'Gladstone's Tearoom' still stands in the grounds of Dalzell Park. The property dates back to the fifteenth century and has in its time been used as a hospital, a boarding school and latterly converted into eighteen individual homes. The famous 'Covenanters' Oak' sits in front of the house, allegedly planted by David I, King of Scotland (1124-58), to form a deer-hunting park and is the now oldest living thing in North Lanarkshire at over 800 years old.

The garden grounds are special with mature trees, lawns, private residents parking and a secure, gated courtyard accessing the garaging. The grounds extend to the rspb nature park, Baron's Haugh, a haven for bird-watchers and wildlife lovers. Located within a quiet pocket set within acres of natural beauty, yet near to the town centre of Motherwell which caters for excellent shopping facilities, sports facilities, pubs, restaurants and bistros. There are regular bus and train services to the surrounding towns and cities, including London and Edinburgh trains ideal for commuters, and for those commuting by car there are excellent road links to the M74 and M8 to Glasgow, Edinburgh and all points beyond.

Communal Entrance Hallway
Stairwell
Entrance Hallway 20'9 x 4'10
Lounge 16' x 30'
Dining 12' x 12'
Kitchen 13'1 x 14'
Bathroom 9.6 x 7'1
Shower Room 7'3 x 5'9
Bedroom One 17'3 x 12'6
Bedroom Two 15'1 x 12'3
Cupboard 5' x 2'8
Courtyard
Gardens
Garage

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