£167,000 Offers over
Located in a peaceful and idyllic setting on the outskirts of Lasswade, this property enjoys approximately 4.5 acres of beautifully maintained communal grounds and retains its original period features.
The home comprises a fully fitted kitchen, a delightful double bedroom, a family bathroom with an extremely special stained glass window and a south facing, spacious open plan drawing room. The drawing room has large doors leading to the manicured outside grounds, bathing the room with natural light for most of the day. This property benefits from gas central heating, a secure access entry phone system and a private garage.
Converted into apartments in the 1980s but still retaining its original cornicing, stained glass windows and ornate staircase, Midfield House is a delightful Georgian mansion located at the end of a fairly private road on the outskirts of popular Lasswade, just 8 miles to the south of Edinburgh city centre.
While enjoying a stunning and peaceful setting, there are excellent facilities in the area with good local shopping in nearby Bonnyrigg, a 24 hour Tesco supermarket in Eskbank and the Straiton Retail Park, all located just a short drive away. Lasswade offers a wide range of recreational and leisure facilities, as well as a number of golf courses including Kings Acre, Broomieknowe and the Melville Golf Centre. The Esk Valley and Pentland Hills offer a variety of picturesque walks.
Various excellent independent schools are within easy reach, including Merchiston, George Watson's, St. Margaret's and Fettes. Lasswade is well located for access to the City Bypass, with connections to Edinburgh Airport and the Central Scotland motorway network.
The spacious entrance hallway provides a radiator and retains its original wooden flooring and decorative cornicing.
Drawing Room / Open-Plan Kitchen 8.23m ? 6.93m (27' ? 22'9)
The property has a charming and extraordinarily bright open plan drawing room with high ceilings, attractive original cornicing and ample space for a dining area. This room is south facing and provides large doors leading to the back garden and patio, as well as several sash and case windows, bathing the room in natural light. The drawing room provides wooden flooring, three radiators and a large working fireplace, as well as a large fitted bookshelf with glass doors and a further storage cupboard.
The fully fitted kitchen provides a large sash and case window overlooking the garden, a four burner electric hob and gas oven, a fridge freezer, washing machine, stainless steel sink and draining unit, ample storage space and an Edinburgh Press.
Bedroom 5.03m ? 3.48m (16'6 ? 11'5)
The delightful double bedroom is carpeted and benefits from high ceilings and windows on either side of the room, immersing the room in natural light.
The bathroom is fully fitted with an electric Mira shower over the bath, a wash basin and vanity unit, WC, radiator and wooden flooring. This room contains a stunning sash and case stained glass window which really has to be viewed to be fully appreciated.
This home is situated within 4 acres of expansive communal grounds which wrap around the entire property. A lovely patio area can also be accessed right outside the living room door. A resident's association has been set up to maintain these exquisite grounds, for around £40 a month maximum. This property also benefits from the use of a private garage.
The property benefits from mains water, mains gas, mains electricity and mains drainage.
1/3 Midfield House falls into band C for Council Tax purposes.
By appointment with Ballantynes.
Ballantynes, Surveyors &Estate Agents,
30 Stafford Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7BD.
Tel: 0131 459 2222
Fax: 0131 226 3739
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