£174,000 Offers over
This immaculately-presented, three-bedroom, double-upper villa with a private garden, is located in the historic coastal town of Musselburgh. Featuring a tasteful mix of contemporary and traditional fittings and decor throughout, the well-proportioned accommodation is entered to the rear of the building and begins with an entrance hallway featuring carpeted flooring, and a pendant light fitting. Set to the front, the living room features a gas fireplace with tasteful surround, decorative cornicework and ceiling rose and a bay window. The spacious kitchen is set to the rear overlooking the gardens and features ample space for a diner/breakfast table, fitted units with granite-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, unit downlights, a tiled surround, fridge/freezer and an integrated oven and gas hob. A bright, carpeted double bedroom features a front facing window; whilst a stylish contemporary family bathroom is set off the entrance hall and features a rear facing window, a three piece suite including a electric shower above a P-shaped bath, tiled walls, ladder-style radiator and inset lighting. On the upper level, a carpeted master bedroom features two Velux windows, access to an eave space; and a private en-suite shower room fitted with a contemporary two piece suite, mirrored wall cabinet and inset lighting. The third bedroom is set to the rear with two Velux windows and access to an eave store. The private garden includes a lawn, patio and store shed. In addition, all wardrobes, blinds and curtains are included in the sale. Musselburgh has a wide variety of local retailers and national names, with banks, building societies and post offices, along with a large supermarket in the town centre, and a selection of smaller supermarkets at the outskirts. There is an excellent range of leisure and recreational facilities including restaurants, a library, and a sports centre with swimming pool, Monktonhall Golf Course, Musselburgh Racecourse, water sports at Fisherrow Harbour and delightful walks along the River Esk. Regular bus services pass through the town on in combination with frequent rail services from the station on the southern edge of the town, allowing easy commuter access into the heart of Edinburgh.
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