‘The White House’ is a modern, luxurious five-bedroom detached villa situated within the idyllic hamlet of Newbigging, near the larger village of Carnwath, with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside.
The property boasts generous accommodation arranged over two levels with the ground floor comprising of a welcoming open hallway, a stylish family bathroom, four double bedrooms each with fitted wardrobes, a master en-suite shower room, and a convenient utility/laundry room. One of the key features of this home is the magnificent open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining area with feature log-burner and lovely high vaulted ceilings and picture windows creating a light and airy entertaining space. Upstairs offers a large master bedroom with en-suite wc, a shower room, and an exquisite mezzanine which overlooks the bright living area, currently being utilised as an office space.
Additionally, the property boasts double glazing and an energy efficient air source heat pump central heating system.
Externally there are extensive grounds surrounding the property comprising of two generous lawns with chipped bedding borders, an elevated wrap around decked patio, an extensive monoblock driveway leading to a detached double garage, and a large timber summer house. The property is surround by the most spectacular views of the rolling countryside.
Newbigging is an idyllic hamlet on the outskirts of Carnwath, a popular rural village in South Lanarkshire. Here you'll find all the amenities and recreational facilities you'd expect to find in a bustling village, with a good range of local shops, pubs, and restaurants. The village also benefits from having a local primary school and a doctors surgery. There is also a beautiful 18-hole golf course and bowling club for those with a sporting outlook to life. The nearby towns Biggar and Lanark offer a wider range of amenities. Edinburgh City Bypass and the M74 are within easy reach, giving access across central Scotland.
This property is the former village hall and in true community spirit, the residents decided to plant a beech tree and bury a time capsule with handwritten notes to honour the history of the building before being converted to this beautiful home.