£445,000 Fixed price
20 Letham Mains offers an excellent escape to the country whilst being only 5 minutes to Haddington High Street.
The property benefits from a large gravel drive with parking space for at least six cars, passing through a charming picket fence you arrive at the main house. The house is set over the one level offering flexible accommodation. The main house has four double bedrooms, with bedroom 4 currently used as a study. A large bathroom and separate shower room, to the side is a large sitting room with glazed french doors throughout for access to the dining room, hall and the side garden with a feature wood burning stove. Lastly is the lovely country style kitchen with large Leisure range and breakfast bar, with views to the fields to the rear and a large patio area.
The large garage consists of central garage measuring 9m x 5m, a self-contained one bedroom apartment, a utility room and a separate workshop, this is a phenomenal space to have perfect for guests, storage or a small business. The current owners pay only £1,500 pa for the surrounding 4 acres of fields, which can easily accommodate four to six horses, all stables and tack rooms included.
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