£240,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|9 December 2005||£160,000||N/A|
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Well-presented and spacious, four bedroom, end-terrace family home, with front and rear gardens, and an allocated garage, located in an established residential area of the popular town of Longniddry, East Lothian. A generous entrance hallway features ample space for outerwear, under-stair storage, and quality wood flooring continuing into the lounge and the stairway to the first floor. The spacious front-facing living room includes a gas fireplace with tasteful surround and a pendant light fitting. Rear-facing, and with a door to the garden, the kitchen is set off the hallway and features modern fitted units, stone-effect worktops, sink with drainer, mosaic tiled surround, and an integrated washing machine, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, double oven, gas hob and canopy. Off the kitchen, is a flexible fourth bedroom or dining room with plain coving, hardwood flooring and a pendant light fitting. On the first floor, two well-proportioned double bedrooms are set to both aspects, with hardwood flooring and built-in wardrobes; whilst a third smaller bedroom is set to the front with carpeted flooring. A stylish, fully-tiled bathroom has a rear-facing window and is fitted with a contemporary suite, including a shower over the bath, shaver point, and recessed lighting. Longniddry, lying on the East Lothian coast, some 14 miles to the east of Edinburgh, is a well-established dormitory and commuter village offering a good range of everyday local amenities and facilities. It benefits from excellent transport links to Edinburgh, being just minutes from the A1, and boasts its own railway station. A broader selection of shops and services is provided by the nearby towns Haddington and Tranent. Longniddry has its own primary school, with secondary provision at Preston Lodge High School, Prestonpans. Like many East Lothian coastal towns, Longniddry has its own golf links, lying adjacent to a stretch of local coastline lined with dunes, known locally as the Longniddry Bents.
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