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10 Robinsland Drive is located on the south side of Robinsland Drive, which is a cul-de-sac development comprising mixed detached housing within easy walking distance of the West Linton village centre. West Linton is a popular conservation village with a small number of shops, hotel/bar and restaurant, golf course, church and primary school. The village benefits from excellent access to Edinburgh and as such is a popular town for commuters, however, retaining a real village community within a pleasant rural area. Larger town services are available in Penicuik, approximately eight miles to the north east, with secondary schooling provided in Peebles, approximately fourteen miles to the south east.
10 Robinsland Drive is a good sized family bungalow, originally built by Stewart Milne Homes around 1999, but further extended (around 2009) and modernised to provide modern and contemporary living, with a mixture of free flowing open plan accommodation to the rear with extra light from additional velux windows along with more traditional living/bedroom space. The house is constructed with block/harled outer walls under a cement tile roof with the rear extension of the same finish and providing double ceiling height family space with supplementary heating from a log burning stove. Finishings are to a very good standard and are modern in style. Outside, the property retains a front garden of lawns, with trees and shrubs providing screening. There is a good sized front drive (four cars) infront of the double garage, with two up and over garage doors. Access to the rear garden is to the west side, with a gate opening out into a private garden space, enclosed by a high timber fence. Outwith, but to the rear of the garden is a strip of neighbouring trees. The rear garden comprises a large lawn with smaller "astro turf" area and bark chip area (currently used as a site for a children's trampoline). To the south east corner is a decking area with pergola. The rear garden is "softened" by trees and shrubs around the boundaries. The rear garden also includes a children's timber summer house; timber garden shed; and log store.
Ground floor: Hall; WC; living room with bay window; kitchen with breakfast bar and modern units, open to; family room with log burning stove and bifolding doors opening out to a part covered outside decking area; dining room; utility room; integral double garage; inner hall with ample cupboard space; master bedroom with ensuite shower room; family bathroom; three further bedrooms.
The property is assessed for Council Tax purposes as Band G.
Mains electricity; water; and drainage. Oil boiler central heating and hot water.
All integral appliances; fitted carpets; all curtains and blinds; children's summer house and garden shed.
ANNUAL MAINTENANCE CHARGE
Properties within the Robinsland Drive development are required to pay an annual charge for the maintenance of shared areas.
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