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Beautifully-presented, traditional, five-bedroom, semi-detached villa, rich in traditional features, located in Dalkeith, south-west of Edinburgh. The two-storey accommodation comprises an entrance vestibule, hallway, living room, dining room, kitchen, four double bedrooms, a single bedroom, shower room and bathroom. Features include ornate plasterwork, stained glass, fireplaces, stairway with decorative banister, gas central heating, sash and casement windows with secondary glazing, telephone points and TV and wired network points in all rooms. Entry is gained via a traditional vestibule with stained glass windows and beyond to the bright hallway. The spacious living room features a triple-bay window, fireplace, ornate cornice and ceiling rose. To the side, the dining room has two windows and a storage cupboard, whilst to the rear, with a door opening into the courtyard, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary units, laminate worktops, integrated ceramic hob, electric oven, sink and drainer, with space for a separate washing machine and other white goods. Downstairs there is one double bedroom, upstairs there is a single bedroom and three further double-bedrooms, including a bright and spacious main bedroom with bay window and original features. To the side is a tiled shower room with mixer shower, while the good-sized bathroom is fitted with a traditional suite, including a corner bath. To the front of the property is a double driveway with established borders, and to the rear, a walled courtyard. Eskbank and Dalkeith are situated in Midlothian, some eight miles from Edinburgh city centre, and offer excellent local amenities throughout together with the town centre, including a variety of supermarkets. Conveniently located, the property is only a few minutes walk from the local train station, which is a stop on the new Borders Railway. In addition, the city bypass can be reached in a few minutes, providing excellent commuter links to central Edinburgh, the surrounding areas, and to some of Edinburgh's largest retail parks, with Straiton, providing a Sainsbury's supermarket, Boots, an M&S food store and other high-street names along with one of Scotland's two IKEA stores. With good local schooling available from primary to secondary level, the area benefits from a regular public transport service operating to and from Edinburgh and beyond.
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