£120,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser Legal present this two bedroom, main door flat ideally situated in a popular area of Penicuik. This traditional stone building dates back to the early 1900's and internally is in good condition. Various upgrades have taken place alongside gas central heating and double glazing to ensure a cosy living environment. Internally the layout comprises of a main door entrance, hallway, a cosy lounge with feature fire and space for dining, a modern, open kitchen with white goods and cooking appliances, two generous double bedrooms with space for free standing furniture and a white suite shower-room completing the rooms.
Externally there is an easily maintained garden to the front and a private garden allotment with laid lawn and a communal drying green to the rear, plenty of free on-street parking is also available.
This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase an affordable property in excellent internal condition and would be an ideal purchase for any first-time buyer, so early viewing is advisable. Extras (Included in the sale) All fixtures, fittings, floor coverings, white goods and appliances. Other items also negotiable.
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