£145,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|13 July 2018||£154,500||N/A|
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VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL
This good sized 2 bed top floor apartment is set within the distinctive Kiln which forms part of the St Magdalene’s distillery conversion – a mid-19th century C-listed malting barn. This property is walking distance from the town centre and all its’ amenities.
Generous dual aspect lounge with wooden flooring and a galley kitchen with ample fitted storage and workspace, again with wooden flooring. The two bedrooms are carpeted and shower room is fitted with an electric shower.
The traditional double-glazed casement windows and underfloor heating ensure very good energy efficiency.
Property has the benefit of ample residents’ parking and landscaped communal garden grounds.
Communal entrance stairway with entry phone
Dual aspect lounge
Fitted kitchen with good storage and workspace
Double bedroom 1
Single bedroom 2
Large loft space, generously floored - ideal storage.
Factor Fee - £80 pcm which includes buildings insurance, grounds maintenance, stairways (there is no lift within the building)
The property is well situated for commuting to anywhere in Central Scotland with easy access to the M9 Motorway or by rail from Linlithgow Railway Station to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling. Edinburgh Airport is approx. 12 miles from Linlithgow . In addition, the area benefits from regular public transport services operating to and from Edinburgh and Glasgow as well as neighbouring West Lothian towns and villages.
Linlithgow is well known for its’ Palace, birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, loch and canal. A thriving town with an excellent choice of restaurants, shops, supermarkets and numerous recreational facilities, including an Outdoor Centre with sailing club and water sports centre.
Excellent local schooling at primary and secondary level.VIEWING
By appointment, contact Gibson Estate Agents on 01506 414568
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