£149,995 Guide Price
The property for sale is an attractive and well-proportioned double upper flat, accessed through a vennel from North High Street, and situated close to the beach and promenade. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall with under stairs cupboard and an astragalled door leading to a bright and spacious lounge with twin window units and a feature fire surround with electric stove. There is a large dining kitchen with a good range of base and wall units with fitted work surfaces, tiled splash back and a stainless steel single drainer sink with mixer tap. The hob, oven, extractor hood, washing machine and fridge freezer are included in the sale and there is ample space for dining table and chairs. A staircase leads to the upper landing with a storage cupboard and a hatch which has a pull-down ladder providing access to a floored and lined attic with velux style window. The property has a large twin windowed double bedroom with storage cupboard and a second double bedroom. The bathroom has a three-piece white suite with a shower over the bath with shower rail and curtain and wall tiling around the bath and wash hand basin. The property benefits from gas central heating. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer, which will be of interest to a variety of prospective purchasers.
- LOCATION -
The property is situated in the historic town of Musselburgh which is a bustling coastal town situated at the mouth of the River Esk, approximately seven miles to the east of Edinburgh City Centre and surrounded by the beautiful East Lothian countryside. Musselburgh offers a comprehensive range of amenities, including a variety of specialist shops, 24-hour Tesco supermarket, banking, building society and Post Office services. Fort Kinnaird Retail Park, where you can find an extensive range of shopping facilities, a cinema and a variety of restaurants, and a large Asda Hypermarket are also close by. Musselburgh also has a theatre, a variety of bars and restaurants and a range of leisure pursuits from riverside walks to sailing, fishing, Musselburgh Race Course and a variety of golf courses including Musselburgh Old Golf Course. There is also a sports centre with swimming pool and Bannatynes Health club at nearby Newcraighall. Schooling is well represented in the area and the Queen Margaret University campus is nearby and it also has sports facilities. Regular buses operate into Edinburgh and along the east coast whilst the A1 and City Bypass are easily accessible allowing commuting to Edinburgh and to all the major motorway networks. Musselburgh also has its own train station and Newcraighall station is also nearby, providing links to Edinburgh and beyond.
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