£360,000 Fixed price
Forming part of an attractive, contemporary development in Fairmilehead, this perfectly-presented three-bedroom end-terrace house enjoys a sunny garden and access to unrestricted parking and will no doubt appeal to couples, professionals, young families and rental investors alike.
Set back from the road behind a small, landscaped garden and approached via a pathway, the home's front door opens into a welcoming hall, where attractive, pastel-toned d cor and a KÃ¤hrs wood floor set the tone for the accommodation to follow. The hall benefits from built-in storage and a useful WC. Straight ahead, you step into a well-proportioned living and dining room. Enjoying a peaceful, sunny rear-facing position, this elegantly-presented reception room spans the entire width of the house, offering a flexible floorspace for various lounge and dining furniture layouts. The room also features French doors opening out onto the rear garden â perfect for family recreation and alfresco entertaining during the warmer months! Returning back through the hall, you reach a kitchen. Here, a good selection of contemporary, gloss-white cabinets line three walls of the room and are accompanied by spacious worktops and a full complement of integrated appliances: namely a fridge/freezer, a double oven, a gas hob with a splashback panel and an extractor hood, and a dishwasher, whilst space and plumbing is provided for a washing machine.
On the first floor, a landing affords access to two double bedrooms, a single bedroom, a bathroom, and a partially-floored storage loft. The bedrooms are all beautifully-presented with their own unique, tasteful d cor and plush fitted carpets. The single bedroom is currently being used as a nursery and could alternatively be utilised as a home office â perfect for those who work from home. The immaculate, partially-tiled bathroom comprises a bath with an overhead shower and a glazed screen, a pedestal basin, a toilet, and a mirrored, wall-mounted cabinet. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round.
Externally, in addition to the small front garden, the house is accompanied by a generous, southerly-facing rear garden, mainly laid to lawn and featuring a raised patio, a leafy border, a walkway, and a handy shed. Shared parking spaces (with just two other properties) can be found to the rear of the property, whilst the development offers ample unrestricted on-street parking.
NB: Architect drawings are available of a proposed single-storey extension, for which the correct planning permissions would have to be obtained.
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