£225,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 January 2018||£177,000||N/A|
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Traditional End Terraced Cottage offering fantastic family accommodation with gardens to the front and rear. Offering true immaculate move in presentation, with fresh decor and newly fitted carpets throughout, the accommodation comprises Entrance Hall with large storage cupboard, Spacious Lounge set to the rear with French Doors to the garden and stair to the first floor, a contemporary fitted Kitchen/Diner set to the rear with access to the garden, Two Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom and Utility storage cupboard which is plumbed with a washing machine. The Kitchen/Diner offers an impressive range of white high gloss base and wall cabinets with unique wooden work surface and tiled surrounds, integrated appliances include a 8 burner gas Range, electric double oven with canopy, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. The lovely Family Bathroom offers a white three piece suite with Bath incorporating a shower with screen and attractive partial tiled surrounds, Wash Hand Basin, WC and Heated Towel Rail.
The Upper Floor offers Two Double Bedrooms with storage cupboards and large Velux Windows creating natural light. A Cloakroom on the Upper Level completes the accommodation. Externally there is a private garden to the front, with a large enclosed rear garden with patio area overlooking a pond, area laid to lawn and garden shed.
A lovely family home with early viewing highly recommended to fully appreciate the opportunity on offer.
Positioned on the southern edge of Dalkeith and approximately nine miles southeast of Edinburgh city centre, the former mining village of Newtongrange offers a sought-after village lifestyle within easy reach of the capital.
The area is served by a charming selection of local amenities including a supermarket and a corner shop, plus a handful of traditional pubs and restaurants. More extensive shopping facilities are available in neighbouring Eskbank and Dalkeith, while nearby Straiton Retail Park is home to a range of branded outlets, high-street retailers and a Sainsburys superstore. Surrounded by rural landscape and dense woodland, residents of Newtongrange have access to a wealth of outdoor leisure pursuits, or for those who prefer to exercise indoors, Newtongrange Leisure Centre boasts a state-of-the-art gym and a multi-purpose fitness studio with a varied programme of activities and classes. Newtongrange is served by excellent local schools including early years and primary education at Newtongrange Primary School, followed by secondary schooling at nearby Newbattle Community High School. Thanks to its ideal position on the A7, Newtongrange allows quick and easy access to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh Airport and the M8/M9 motorway networks. Newtongrange station, which is part of the new Borders Railway, also provides fast and frequent links into the heart of the capital.
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