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Crooked Acre is a unique 1960's timber house built on brick foundations set within enchanting garden grounds. The property is located in the tranquil hamlet of Ninemileburn and enjoys wonderful views over the Pentland Hills. The property itself is spacious and offers flexible family living. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall leading to the lounge which benefits from a wood burner, original features and window overlooking front garden, master bedroom with en suite shower room, three bedrooms, a fifth edroom/study, family bathroom comprising WC, wash hand basin, bath with shower over, large kitchen/dining area with gas Raeburn stove and French doors to sunny patio, utility/boot room with access to rear garden. The property also benefits from significant storage space including part floored attic space with potential for future development. Externally, the property benefits from a large detached brick garage with workshop to rear, large garden shed and log store area. The property is set within almost an acre of enchanting garden grounds consisting of a pond, various vegetable areas, meadow and small wood. The property further benefits from its own driveway with ample parking for several cars. There is a LPG gas tank situated within the garden. The property benefits from mains water and drainage is by way of a septic tank located in the garden. Crooked Acre is a truly unique property and early viewing is highly recommended.
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