£400,000 Offers Over
'Howequoy' meaning 'Garden on the Hill' is a superb and seldom found, traditional villa with five bedrooms located in a sought after town centre locale retaining fine period features and excellent room sizes throughout. Built in the late 19th century and originally called 'Clunie Cottage' the property boasts a rich history having been previously used as a Manse and veterinary surgery among other uses and now finds itself as a cherished family home. The property has been beautifully maintained throughout and boasts excellent period features including intricate cornice work and several open fireplaces. The principle public room consists of an impressive front facing bay windowed lounge and an impressive dining room offering ample space for family gatherings. A rear hallway connects to a ground floor bedroom with en suite shower room allowing guests their own private space and the kitchen offers direct access onto the rear garden. A mezzanine bathroom boasts on the half landing while on the first floor all four bedrooms are double in size with the front bedrooms offering excellent and uninterrupted views south towards Edinburgh and the Pentland Hills. In keeping with the internal condition, the rear garden has been well maintained offering large lawn areas as well as a detached double garage with everything for the motor enthusiast. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate 'Howequoy' and it will confirm the charm and character on offer. GCH and D/G. EPC Rating – E, Council Tax Band – G.
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