£180,000 Offers over
This charming brick-built cottage (Circa 1902) is located in a small peaceful hamlet which is a protected Conversation Area. It enjoys open views over farmlands and will have great appeal to purchasers of all ages seeking the many benefits of traditional rural life. The property itself is located at the end of a small row of similar cottages and benefits from a garage behind. The layout has been modified and provides comfortable accommodation (68 sqm) all on ground floor level. There is an L-shaped living/dining room to front and separate well fitted kitchen featuring built-in appliances including an LPG gas hob. Both bedrooms are doubles and the original bathroom was recently transformed into a modern wet room. Oil-fired central heating operated by a brand new boiler is complemented by replacement double glazing. The electrics were recently tested and the loft is well insulated. There is an easily maintained front garden and a delightful rear garden with garage and drive (accessed from a small private lane). The property has been valued by surveyors at £185,000 and lies in Council Tax Band D.
The fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds, gas hob, oven, fridge/freezer and washing machine are included within the sale price
To view, telephone Agent on 0131 665 3131 (or 0759 58 20611 out with office hours).
Well known for its lowland whisky distillery and museum, Glenkinchie is a very small ribbon village attractively located in a picturesque glen. It is surrounded by unspoiled countryside some 1 ½ miles south of the larger village of Pencaitland which offers schools and other social facilities. Ready access is gained to fast main roads and Edinburgh is only 15 miles away. East Lothian boasts some of Scotland’s finest beaches and golf courses and recreational pursuits abound. Major retail options are available at Straiton and Fort Kinnaird.
An L-shaped room with window to front enjoying attractive view
(4.20m x 4.45m / 13'9" x 14'7")
A well fitted kitchen with windows to rear and side. Built-in appliances including gas LPG hob plus oven, washing machine and fridge/freezer.
(2.60m x 3.75m / 8'6" x 12'4")
A front-facing double bedroom with window to front.
(3.45m x 3.95m / 11'4" x 13'0")
A second double bedroom is found to the rear
(2.30m x 3.45m / 7'7" x 11'4")
Originally a bathroom, this has been transformed into a modern wet room with a shower, wash hand basin and W.C.. There is a window to rear and easy-care wall-coverings.
(1.75m x 2.15m / 5'9" x 7'1")
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