£145,000 Offers over
The home offers a very spacious living room with wooden flooring and a traditional working fireplace, a kitchen with tiled flooring and utility room, double bedroom overlooking the back garden, a further bedroom and a family bathroom with shower over the bath. The property also benefits from a large rear garden, oil heating and double glazing.
Newton is in a close proximity to the M8 and M9 motorways, making it an excellent commuter town to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and onwards travel northwards.
The Union Canal stretches across the central belt of Scotland, cutting through Newton and provides the area with invaluable transport and tourism links. The path by the waterway attracts cyclists, runners and walkers.
Nearby South Queensferry and Linlithgow offer a diverse range of independent stores ranging from local butchers, beauty salons and delicatessens to national car dealers. There are also several cafes, restaurants and Scottish pubs in the area. The local leisure centre in Broxburn offers swimming and other sporting activities, whilst Uphall Golf Club is located just a short drive away.
The bright entrance hallway contains a window overlooking the front of the property, a radiator and original cornicing.
Living Room 5.08m ? 3.76m (16'8 ? 12'4)
The living room is very spacious and provides wooden flooring, a traditional working fireplace, large radiator, storage cupboard and a sash and case window.
Kitchen 3.99m ? 2.11m (13'1 ? 6'11)
The kitchen comprises stainless steel sink and draining unit, fridge, radiator, tiled flooring and ample storage space, with a back door leading to the rear garden. The kitchen also provides a convenient utility area.
Master Bedroom 3.76m ? 3.35m (12'4 ? 11')
The good sized master bedroom is south facing and provides tiled flooring, a window overlooking the rear garden, a radiator and attractive cornicing.
Bedroom 2 5.28m ? 2.08m (17'4 ? 6'10)
The second bedroom contains a window, tiled flooring, radiator and an Edinburgh Press.
The bathroom is fully fitted with a white bathroom suite with an electric shower over the bath, WC and wash basin, window, radiator and tiled flooring.
11 Main Street benefits from a large, south facing private garden to the rear.
11 Mains Street falls into band B for Council Tax purposes.
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