£550,000 Offers over
Country house style on a grand scale
Set in 3 acres of land, 3 South East Longridge Croft is a fabulous 5-bedroom family home with a feeling of enchantment. Purpose-built by the current owners it is one of six large luxury croft-style properties, each located on a substantial plot. The neighbouring 10 acre field is also included in the sales price offering any buyer the potential to create equestrian or livery facilities (subject to the relevant planning consents).
The house is close to the M8/M9 motorway network, 17.5 miles from Edinburgh International Airport and some 37 miles from Glasgow International Airport and 5 miles away from Bathgate mainline railway station.
A welcoming place with a sense of style
Going up the front steps and into the house you enter a huge galleried hall with light-wooden flooring and a wide bifurcated oak staircase. At the rear of the hallway, there is a large dining area that looks out through a wall of windows and French doors to a huge grass lawn. Immediately outside the dining room is a decking area which runs the length of the house and is perfect for outdoor entertaining.
A layout that really works
The hallway sits at the centre of the house and is reached via an indoor porch, with a storage cupboard to one side and a WC/cloakroom to the other. To the left of the hallway is a formal sitting room, again with views out to the secluded garden to the rear. Next to this room and reached via a short corridor is a large master bedroom with an elegant contemporary en suite bathroom.
On the other side of the hallway, there is a comfortable family kitchen/dining room, built to the highest specification and with lovely cornices like the rest of the downstairs. Also at this end of the house, and adjoining the kitchen, is a separate family sitting room, which looks out over the front of the house and the gravelled driveway.
A sense of light throughout
Leading off the light upper hallway are four double bedrooms, two at each end of the house. They are served by two modern en suite Jack and Jill bathrooms. All the rooms are airy and restful. Incidentally, there is plenty of storage up here thanks to large built-in wardrobes, and to walk-in storage cupboards on either side of the landing.
A unique natural environment
The views at the back of the house are unparalleled and uninterrupted, looking out across miles of beautiful countryside and to the Pentlands. The front and sides of the house are screened by trees and mature shrubs that have been planted to blend in with the landscape. It all creates a feeling of undisturbed tranquillity and privacy.
Lounge 5.36m x 6.29m
Family Room 5.47m x 5.00m
Reception Hall and Dining Area 10.m x 8.66m
Kitchen 6.47m x 4.20m
Utility 2.39m x 1.73m
Master Bedroom 5.31m x 4.73m
Master En Suite 4.16m x 2.68m
WC 2.00m x 0.90m
Store 2.00m x 0.90m
Upper Hall 6.65m x 6.07m
Bedroom 3 4.09m x 3.33m
Bedroom 4 4.65m x 3.16m
Bedroom 3/4 En Suite 2.90m x 2.00m
Bedroom 5 4.72m x 3.18m
Bedroom 6 4.84m x 3.28m
Bedroom 5/6 En Suite 2.92m x 2.00m
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