Savills | Mauldslie House, Carluke, Lanarkshire, ML8 5HW | Properties for sale
4,536 sq ft(421.41 sq m)
Offers over £700,000

Mauldslie HouseCarluke, Lanarkshire, ML8 5HW

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in February 2021
  • Enjoys an idyllic elevated setting surrounded by open countryside
  • Benefits from a one bedroom self contained apartment
  • Generously sized kitchen with Lacanche range cooker and Fischer & Pakel fridge freezer
  • Sitting room with wood burning stove and French doors to patio area
  • Four bedrooms - three with en suite shower rooms
  • Study area that could be utilised as a home office
  • Set in about 34 acres of woodland and open fields
  • Driveway with parking for several cars

Country villa in tranquil setting overlooking the picturesque village of Rosebank.

About this property

  • Mauldslie House is a modern family home, built circa 1987 and enjoying an idyllic elevated setting surrounded by open countryside.

    From the front stairs to the ground floor accommodation, there is access through double glazed doors into the well proportioned hallway with travertine stone flooring with all the main reception rooms off. To the right there is an open plan bright drawing room with dual aspect windows, feature cornicing and a wood burning stove. The dining room to the rear has a wood burning stove set within a cast iron fireplace and a distinctive window to the side. The inner hallway leads to the family sitting room with wood burning stove and French doors opening directly to the front patio area. The generously sized kitchen again has glazed doors to the front and windows to the side, ensuring plenty of natural light. It is fitted with a range of base and wall mounted units with coordinating granite worktops, incorporating a Lacanche range cooker, Fischer and Pakel fridge freezer, a large walk in larder and space for a dining table. There is a utility area to the rear incorporating a Siemens dishwasher and double Franke sink, with windows to the rear and an external door to the side, leading to the gardens and large Hartley greenhouse which has electricity and water supplied. A cloakroom and WC complete the ground floor. A staircase from the reception hall leads to the upper landing where there are four large double bedrooms, three with en suite shower rooms and the fourth with a useful dressing area. There is also a study area located on the first floor landing. A four piece family bathroom features a roll top bath and separate shower. On the lower ground level is a self contained flat. On entry through glazed bifold doors there is a generous sitting area leading into a fitted kitchen incorporating integrated fridge, induction hob, multi oven, dishwasher and washer - dryer, all by Siemens. A double bedroom is served by a shower room which incorporates a low level walk in shower, basin, WC and storage area. Also on this level are a separate laundry room, tool stores and a large work room suitable for use as a recreation area, hobby room or a variety of other uses.

    Outdoors there is a large potting shed with water and electricity supplied.

    GroundsMauldslie House sits in around 34 acres of woodland and fields. The driveway leads to a gravel parking area for several cars. The house is surrounded by its own land and trees, combining privacy with lovely views south and west across the valley. Immediately around the house there are lawn areas, vegetable, wildflower and walled gardens. The property has an agricultural holding number and to the rear is a good sized working yard while amongst the trees is a large agricultural shed.

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Local information

  • Mauldslie House occupies a prime elevated position within Mauldslie Estate, previously the country residence of Lord Hozier, looking towards the picturesque village of Rosebank, surrounded by open countryside and garden grounds.
  • For lovers of the outdoors, there are excellent walking and cycling routes on the doorstep. Nearby towns include Hamilton, the main administrative centre of South Lanarkshire and ninth largest town in Scotland, which has a large range of shopping, leisure and sporting facilities including Hamilton Racecourse and Strathclyde and Chatelherault Parks.
  • Also nearby is New Lanark, internationally renowned as a World Heritage site, comprising a beautifully restored 18th century cotton mill village close to the Falls of Clyde, and still a living community attracting visitors from all points of the compass. This area of South Lanarkshire is well known as one of the best locations within the central belt, providing a true experience of country living.
  • For the commuter it offers transport routes via rail and road, situated close to M74 and access to M8. There are good local rail connections at Carluke with direct rail services to Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as direct lines to North Berwick and the Ayrshire coast. There is a super speed commuter link to London from Motherwell.

Additional information

  • Directions: From Glasgow head south on the M74 and take the Junction 7 exit. Turn left at the junction following signs for A72. At the Garrion bridges cross both bridges and continue following the A72 for approx 1 1/2 mile until coming to a large gatehouse on the left, with an arch. Turn in through the arch and follow the estate road over the bridge and past the stables. Mauldslie House is first on the left up the hill. From Edinburgh head west on M8 taking junction 6 turning left onto A73 towards Lanark. On entering Carluke turn right at first roundabout, right at second roundabout then second exit at third roundabout onto Mauldslie Road. Continue past golf course and immediately after Reynard Garden Nursery turn left at gate house into Mauldslie estate. At second cottage on left turn right onto driveway of Mauldslie House.
  • EPC Rating = D