£119,500 Offers over
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A unique upper flat with flexible accommodation forming part of a rare 17th Century B-Listed building fronting Market Street in the very heart of Haddington. Flexible accommodation is arranged over three levels with modern gas central and quaint sash-and casement windows. There is a living/dining room with 3 windows and open plan fitted kitchen/appliances on the middle floor. A versatile sitting room/bedroom 3 is accessible from the central level. There are two further double bedrooms and a bathroom/shower on the first floor. This popular county twon is set amid attractive open countryside
A combined dining/living room with beamed ceiling, 2 windows and modern fitted kitchen area. A stairway rises to the upper sitting room (or third bedroom)
(6.01m x 4.67m / 19'9" x 15'4")
Sitting Room/Bedroom 3
A lengthy room on the topmost level with 2 windows and small storage cupboard
(6.65m x 2.76m / 21'10" x 9'1")
A double bedroom on the main entrance level
(3.01m x 2.98m / 9'11" x 9'9")
A second bedroom
(3.11m x 3.01m / 10'2" x 9'11")
the bathroom has a window, vanity basin, W.C. and bath (with shower over)
(2.09m x 1.65m / 6'10" x 5'5")
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