£385,000 Fixed price
Smeaton Head Farm Cottage is peacefully located off Salters Road close to the popular Midlothian town of Dalkeith which is located approximately seven miles to the south of Edinburgh City Centre. A public transport service to most surrounding towns operates on Salters Road. The City By-Pass leading to the Motorway Network is only a short drive away. The Town Centre offers good and varied shopping, a selection of bars and restaurants and there is a large 24 Hour Tesco Store nearby. The new School Community Campus and Sporting Activity Centre are also close by. Midlothian offers good facilities for the sporting and fitness enthusiast with leisure centres and a number of golf courses nearby. For those seeking a more leisurely fitness regime, many fine country walks are available. A Community Hospital can be found in nearby Bonnyrigg. The area also offers a good selection of award winning restaurants and a variety of places of interest only minutes away such as the Scottish Mining Museum, Dalkeith Palace and Park and Rosslyn Chapel. The property is also within easy access of Musselburgh where the bustling Town Centre offers excellent amenities and shopping facilities including a large Tesco. Musselburgh also offers the Racecourse, the Brunton Theatre, the Harbour at Fisherrow and for the fitness enthusiast a Leisure Centre with pool together with local golf courses but for those seeking a more leisurely fitness regime many pleasant strolls are available along the River Esk to the Lagoons which are ideal for bird watching.. There is good public transport to Edinburgh and many surrounding districts available only a short walk away and the City By-Pass is within easy reach there is also a Railway Station.
The subjects for sale comprise a recently constructed high specification Detached Villa which features quality fittings and oak finishes throughout. The property is energy efficient and environmentally friendly having been fully insulated and with double glazing throughout together with an air-to-water heat pump and includes underfloor heating to the lower apartments with the upper accommodation heated by radiators.
The property enjoys an enviable semi-rural location with open countryside views.
The generously proportioned accommodation comprises a welcoming Reception Hall. There is an impressive dual aspect Sitting Room with a multi-fuel stove and patio doors to the rear garden together with a separate formal Dining Area overlooking the garden. The spacious Fitted Kitchen, which is of a size that can easily accommodate informal dining, boasts an array of wall and base units incorporating a built-in hob, oven, grill and extractor hood. The Utility has a Belfast sink and a door to the rear garden. Also the on ground floor is a Home Office/Bedroom 5, a Shower Room and a cloaks cupboard. On the Upper Floor there is the Master Suite with Dressing Room and Ensuite, 3 further Bedrooms all with fitted storage and the Family Bathroom.
There is a large detached 1.5 storey height Garage which could lend itself to future development as a Granny Annexe or Teenage Hangout if required subject of course to any necessary Consents. There is also a multi-car drive.
The garden to the front and the enclosed rear garden are both mainly laid to lawn.
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