PROPERTY DETAILS Nicola Kennedy Residential are delighted to present to the market this rarely available semi-detached villa located within the Sweet Hope Farm development of Bothwell.
16 McPherson Drive offers comfortable versatile living within this popular family development . To the front of the house is a neat lawn, a driveway leading towards a secured roller door single garage and a monoblock pathway to front door.
The property comprises welcoming entrance hallway vestibule with excellent storage, spacious lounge with focal point fireplace and understairs cupboard, modern fitted dining kitchen with all appliances leading out to a large private rear garden with patio area.
The upper landing gives access to three well-proportioned bedrooms, the master with built in mirrored wardrobes, a very good sized second double bedroom, a third bedroom and a stylish family bathroom with mains thermostatic shower.
Further features include gas central heating, double glazing, floored loft with pull down ladder, private garden to rear with patio area, garage with utility area, front garden and driveway. Council Tax Band D.
Bothwell remains one of South Lanarkshire's most popular villages and it is regarded as an up-market and cosmopolitan location. Bothwell village is highly regarded for its excellent Main Street where you can find a great choice of restaurants, bistros and pubs. The property is located within highly desirable school catchments and also within short proximity to Hamilton College.
For those commuting by public transport there are regular bus and train services from Hamilton and Uddingston to the surrounding towns and cities including Glasgow and Edinburgh. The village is adjacent to first class motorway links to the commercial centres of Glasgow, Stirling, Edinburgh and East Kilbride as well as the main trunk road to the south.
Excellent Sporting facilities are located nearby, including Bothwell Castle Golf Course, swimming pools, gyms and country parks. The town has attracted a wide number of celebrities and earned its reputation as one of Greater Glasgow's most prosperous satellite towns.