£395,000 Fixed price
Beautifully-presented, five-bedroom, detached house with private gardens and driveway, offering flexible accommodation on two levels, located in Blyth Bridge, south of Edinburgh. In move-in condition, the ground floor begins with an entrance vestibule leading to a spacious hall which serves all rooms, and features a carpeted staircase rising to the first floor landing. Providing access to the private rear garden, the living room features a wood burning stove; whilst the front-facing kitchen offers ample dining space and features wall and base units, hob, electric oven, natural wood worktops and real wood flooring. There is also a rear-facing family room currently used as a study; a front-facing double bedroom; utility room housing the boiler; an internal cloakroom; and a rear porch leading to the private garden. The first-floor consists of a landing which serves all rooms and also gives access to the loft; a rear-facing master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and en-suite shower room; three additional double bedrooms set to both aspects; and a stylish, front-facing bathroom featuring a three-piece suite including a shower over the bath. With spectacular, rear-facing views across open countryside, the property features double glazing, oil fired central heating, TV and telephone points and excellent storage provision. It further benefits from well-maintained, private front and rear gardens, a private driveway, as well as a detached double garage with power and light. Blyth Bridge is a small village, between West Linton and Peebles in the Scottish Borders, well-placed for commuting to Edinburgh, some 20 miles away. There is a regular bus service, the city bypass is a comfortable drive away, and there is convenient access to the M74 and the south. There are primary schools locally in Romanno Bridge and West Linton, and high schools in Peebles and Biggar. Peebles is the closest town, set on the banks of the Tweed, with a thriving High Street, a Sainsbury's and Tesco, and a variety of specialist shops, hotels, bars and cafes, along with a leisure centre and pool, and the Eastgate Theatre &Arts Centre. Various outdoor recreational pursuits include countryside walks, cycling, fishing, and golf.
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