£120,000 Offers Over
Fantastic opportunity to purchase this two-bedroom end-terraced house in a well-established residential area within the popular commuter town of Bo'ness. Whilst now in need of refurbishment, the property represents an excellent opportunity to add value and create a wonderful spacious home and will undoubtedly appeal to a range of buyers, specifically as an ideal family home.
The generous accommodation is formed over two levels and briefly comprises bright entrance hallway, spacious and welcoming lounge leading to the kitchen, which is located at the back of the property, with utility area leading to rear enclosed garden.
The lounge, which is carpeted throughout with an electric fire and surround central in the room, has a homely feel, with ample space for free standing furniture. Leading to the kitchen, which boasts floor and wall mounted units, with space for a dining table and chairs, has views out on to the well-maintained garden.
Access to the garden is located in the handy utility room leading through a white UPVC door.
Stairs from hallway to the bright upper landing leads to two generous double bedrooms, with ample space for free standing furniture, and the family bathroom.
The bathroom, which is decorated in neutral tones, sports a white three-piece suite with shower over the bathtub.
The property benefits forms a private garden to rear, side and front, offering a safe space for children or pets to play with lawn and patio areas.
Other points of interest in this property includes double glazed windows, gas central heating and ample on street parking.
Bo'ness is a small town on the southern banks of the Firth of Forth, located some 20 miles from Edinburgh, and offers a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities, including Tesco and Lidl, and both primary and secondary schools. Recreational pursuits include golf, fishing and a number of attractive walks via large open greenland at the sea-front, Kinneil Estate and access to The John Muir Way. The popular Recreation Centre offers a swimming pool, squash and badminton courts, gym and Astro-turf pitches. The town also boasts its own Steam Railway, historic renovated Hippodrome Cinema, the famous Bo'ness Fair Day and recently re-established historic Bo'ness Hillclimb. Linlithgow Train Station is approximately 2.5 miles away and there are regular bus services to Linlithgow, Falkirk and Stirling. In addition the Community Bus service provides a time tabled and bookable return service to Edinburgh at key morning, afternoon and early evening times.
All fitted floor coverings, white goods (except tumble dryer), light fittings, curtains and blinds are included in the sale.
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