£320,000 Offers over
Old Grange School House is a stunning late Victorian C listed villa set within approximately half an acre of walled garden grounds. The house is approached by a sweeping private drive providing good off-road parking and leading to the detached double garage. Formerly the Schoolmasters home, this much cherished family home retains much of its original style and architectural detail. Particularly impressive are the covered entrance portico, double storm doors, leaded glass inner door and superb central turned staircase with galleried landing. The principal rooms are both elegant and spacious. Special features include timber panelling to picture rail height and superb fire surrounds with over mantles. The accommodation currently comprises three reception rooms, four double bedrooms, study/bedroom five, breakfast room with Rayburn stove, kitchen, bathroom and WC. Although now requiring modernisation, this wonderful property offers the discerning purchaser with flair and imagination the opportunity to create a unique and stylish home of distinction.
Viewing By appointment contact Lindsays on 0131 229 4040 or 07714617146.
EPC rate F
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