£155,000 Offers over
Well-presented, two bedroom, end-terrace cottage with an extensive southerly-facing garden. With an idyllic rural location, the property is set in the charming village of North Middleton, near Gorebridge, Midlothian. The entrance hall provides access throughout and has a pendant light fitting and space for outerwear. Accessed via bi-fold doors from the kitchen, the living room has large windows looking out to the garden, a feature electric fireplace set in a modern wood & marble housing with a genuine Victorian over-mantle with a wooden surround, TV and phone points, and space for dining furniture. Also with space for a breakfast table, the fitted kitchen includes a cupboard, wall and base units, a sink with drainer, tiled surround, a freestanding washing machine, and a door to the vestibule which leads to the garden. Set off the kitchen, there is a porch area houses a freestanding cooker with an electric hob and a fridge/freezer. The larger bedroom, set towards the front, features wood-effect flooring, a pendant light fitting, and built-in wardrobes, whilst the second bedroom has a side aspect, a built-in wardrobe and a storage cupboard. The shower room has a modern two-piece suite with an electric shower unit and tiled flooring and splash-walls. Nestled in the scenic Midlothian countryside, just 30 minutes' drive from Edinburgh, lying alongside the A7 trunk road, the quiet village of North Middleton offers an idyllic rural lifestyle within easy reach of the city; and easily accessed with a hourly bus which provides service to both Edinburgh and Carlisle. North Middleton is perfect for exploring the great outdoors, such as hillwalking and cycling in the Pentland Hills Regional Park, and also with Vogrie Park offering a golf course a mile to the east of Gorebridge. North Middleton has retained a quaint village atmosphere, complete with a post office, village hall, and a modern primary school; a tarmacadamed foot path links with Gorebridge and Newtongrange which are just a few minutes’ drive away, each have supermarkets for everyday essentials, and railway stations linking Edinburgh and Galashiels; and each with recreation and leisure facilities. Nearby Dalkeith offers all the range of amenities expected of a large town, such as a Morrison Supermarket. The popular Straiton retail park provides a Sainsbury's supermarket, Boots, an M&S food store, IKEA, and other high-street names.
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