£115,000 Offers over
By appt through Neilsons 0131 625 2222.
This attractive main door upper villa with large private garden is situated within the charming village of Dalmeny close to Dalmeny Railway Station and the nearby historic seaside town of South Queensferry. The property would make an ideal purchase for the professional couple, young family or buy to let investor. Entrance with stairs leads to the upper hall which has access doors to all rooms. There is a bright and airy lounge with window located to front providing excellent natural light and a lovely aspect overlooking the common green beyond. The modern well laid out kitchen has a range of base and wall mounted units with co-ordinating work surfaces /splash backs. Finally there are two well proportioned double bedrooms and appealing fully tiled bathroom comprising WC, wash hand basin and shaped bath with shower unit over together with shower screen. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, built in storage and access hatch to loft space.
The large private garden to side is mainly laid out to grass and bordered by fencing with front access gate. The garden shed will be included in the sale. Ample street parking is available within the area.
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