£75,000 Guide Price
*** This property is SOLD ***
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4D Lawson Place is a charming, bright and well-presented top floor flat forming part of a traditional building situated on a quiet, picturesque lane close to the centre of Dunbar.
Entered through a well-maintained communal stairwell via a secure door entry system, the accommodation comprises: entrance hall with skylight providing ample natural light; living room with storage cupboard off and archway access to well-equipped kitchen with integrated electric oven and job; double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and tiled bathroom with shower over bath and skylight.
This property benefits from gas central heating; sash and case windows; shared rear garden area with clothes drying facilities and unrestricted street parking nearby.
It is our understanding that this property is subject to Council Tax Band A, however please check with the local authority.
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