Wishaw lies between Motherwell, Hamilton and Carluke on the edge of the Clyde valley. It offers good commuting access to the M8/M74. Wishaw provides bus and rail links to the surrounding area, as well as Glasgow and Edinburgh. The town also offers a great selection of restaurants, bars, retail parks and sporting facilities.
Two bedroom mid terraced home in Wishaw.
New to the market is this rarely available two bedroom mid terraced home in the popular and well sought after town of Wishaw, set within a private residential estate. The accommodation comprises an entrance hallway which leads into a bight and airy lounge with excellent storage under the stairs, the kitchen has a variety of fitted wall and base units with ample space for dining table. On the first floor there is two bedrooms and a fully tiled three piece bathroom suite with shower over bath. The first bedroom overlooks the rear garden and has built in storage the master bedroom has a huge walk-in wardrobe.
The property boasts full gas central heating and double glazing throughout. Front garden has paved driveway and pathway. The rear garden is fully enclosed via timber fencing. Properties in this postcode are rarely available and early expression of interest and viewing is advised.
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