£120,000 Fixed price
Alba Property View- Enjoy village life in this charming 3-bed, end-terraced cottage!
Alba Property are delighted to present this superb 3-bed end-terraced house in the popular village of Winchburgh. This 3-bed family home forms part of a traditional row of red brick miners' cottages, set just a short walk from the heart of the village. The charm of the brick exterior is continued inside with tastefully presented interiors and period features, all set over 2 floors. The ground floor accommodation consists of a vestibule, wet room, bedroom, lounge and kitchen. An open staircase in the lounge leads to 2 more double bedrooms on the first floor. Outside the house not-only benefits an enclosed, low-maintenance rear garden but also a section of nearby drying green which offers a variety of possible uses. With gas central heating and double glazing throughout this home is truly in move-in condition.
Vestibule - 8' 6'' x 7' 1'' (2.587m x 2.16m)
Entered directly from the street via a partially glazed uPVC door the vestibule is clean and fresh with recently decorated white walls and freshly laid carpet. Newly fitted white panel doors lead to the ground floor bedroom, wet room and lounge. A uPVC window brings in plenty light.
Bedroom 1 - 12' 11'' x 8' 2'' (3.94m x 2.48m)
The ground floor bedroom is set at the front of the house. A tall window brings plenty of natural light in to the room which also benefits from a high ceiling and original cornicing. Tastefully presented with 2 feature walls, the carpet is newly laid.
Wet Room - 9' 1'' x 5' 7'' (2.776m x 1.7m)
Modern, well-presented wet room with space to re-instate a bath if desired. The room features fitted bathroom furniture with base units containing a push button WC (with concealed cistern) and inset wash hand basin (with mixer-tap) plus wall units for added storage. The fully tiled walls are pleasing to the eye whilst the floor is laid with non-slip vinyl; a white towel rail provides heating.
Lounge - 15' 7'' x 12' 11'' (4.76m x 3.94m)
As the central hub of the house the lounge connects the accommodation at the front of the house with the kitchen and bedrooms upstairs; an open staircase with white timber balustrade leads to the first floor. The well-presented room is decorated with 2 feature walls and a freshly laid carpet. The room also benefits from a high ceiling, tall window whilst a living flame gas fire and fire surround provide the rooms' main focal point.
Kitchen - 14' 6'' x 5' 8'' (4.425m x 1.725m)
Set at the rear of the property the kitchen provides direct access to the rear garden via a partially glazed uPVC door; 2 more windows flood the room with natural light. The kitchen has a wide range of modern base and wall units that are complimented by the recently laid vinyl flooring and stylish tiled splash-backs. The room contains a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap and gas-fired combi' boiler. The integrated gas hob, electric oven and standalone fridge/ freezer are included with no guarantees. An under-counter washer/ dryer is available through negotiation.
First Floor Landing
The neutrally presented first floor landing provides access to both bedrooms upstairs by way of newly fitted white panel doors. The carpet (continued from the staircase) is also new.
Bedroom 1 - 13' 0'' x 8' 2'' (3.955m x 2.485m)
Set at the front of the house this double bedroom is naturally very bright thanks to the large south-facing window. The neutrally presented room benefits from freshly laid carpet.
Bedroom 2 - 11' 0'' x 9' 4'' (3.345m x 2.855m)
Set at the rear of the property this double bedroom is also naturally bright. The neutrally presented room also benefits from freshly laid carpet.
The front garden consists of a raised brick planter similar the those in the rest of the row. This has been laid to gravel and paving with room for potted plants or even a bench to sit and enjoy the sunshine. Set on the corner the enclosed rear garden is the perfect spot to sit and relax or entertain. Accessed from a gate at the side of the property the garden is fully paved for low-maintenance. A small tree provides welcome greenery whilst a former coal-shed offers useful external storage. The rear yard overlooks a communal drying green set on the other side of the rear access lane. Maintained by the local council the space offers the potential to be fenced off for private use or even transformed in to a driveway.
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