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Dating to1849 or thereby, Mansefield House is a category B listed stone built villa and boasts a thoughtful blend of traditional and contemporary finish throughout.
The property is formed over two levels and is formed around a central welcoming entrance hallway. The ground floor boasts fantastic reception areas, perfect for socialising or simply relaxing, including a generous formal lounge, sitting room with log burning stove, dining room and to the rear of the property an outstanding modern sun room. Completing the ground floor is the modern fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor mounted units and integrated appliances, office and WC.
On the upper level can be found the family bathroom and all four bedrooms, with the master boasting an inventively accessed and spacious en-suite.
Mansefield House stands in mature garden grounds, with several outbuildings including spacious double garage, greenhouse and summer house. The property is well maintained and upgraded throughout, and is a credit to the current owners.
Amenities in the area include bus and train links, sports facilities, shopping, schooling and recreation. The Douglas and Angus Estates are open to the public offering beautiful country walks, cycling and fishing opportunities. A National Lottery Heritage Grant is enabling the conservation of the historic buildings. The M74 and M8 provide travel links throughout west and Central Scotland including Glasgow and Edinburgh. EER - Band E
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