£155,000 Offers over
By app 0131 625 2222
Simply stunning terraced villa presented to the market in immaculate walk in condition and forming part of an established modern development within the historic seaside town of South Queensferry. The property would make an ideal purchase for professionals, young family or buy to let investor and internal viewing is highly recommended to be fully appreciated. Entrance vestibule with access door to the elegant lounge/dining room with open plan stairs and window to front providing excellent natural light. An attractive half glazed door leads to the well-designed kitchen which has a range of classic high gloss base and wall mounted units with coordinating work surfaces/splash backs and stainless steel hardware. Finally, to the upper floor there are two tastefully decorated light and spacious double bedrooms and contemporary partially tiled bathroom comprising white three-piece suite with shower unit over bath together with glazed shower screen. Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing, access hatch to loft space and built in storage/wardrobes. There are lovely landscaped gardens and a long driveway providing parking.
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