£90,000 Offers Over
This affordable two bedroom ground floor flat, converted from a property that was originally one dwelling, is ideally situated in a quiet and sought after locale within the town of Bo'ness. Whilst in need of some upgrading, the property offers spacious living accommodation throughout, making it an ideal opportunity for a first time buyer or buy-to-let investor.
The property includes entrance porch; hallway with storage cupboards; spacious lounge, featuring French doors leading to the rear garden; “L” shaped fitted kitchen with ample base and wall units, complementary worktop, integrated four burner gas hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher and stainless steel sink and drainer, with space and plumbing for a washing machine and freestanding fridge freezer; generous master bedroom with ample room for freestanding furniture; second double bedroom and fully tiled bathroom, fitted with a three piece white suite and electric shower.
Externally, a monoblocked area to the rear leads up to the garden which is mainly laid to lawn. Bordered by mature shrubbery, including a cherry tree, there is also a delightful summerhouse and patio area, providing the perfect space for enjoying the summer sun.
Further benefits include double glazing, gas central heating and unrestricted on-street parking. There is a unique opportunity with this property to purchase the adjoining dwelling (No: 36) also and convert the building back to one property, creating a fantastic large family home.
Early viewing is recommended to fully appreciate this property.
Bo'ness is a small town on the southern banks of the Firth of Forth located some 20 miles from Edinburgh. The town itself offers shopping and leisure facilities, and there are both primary and secondary schools. In the town centre there is a wide range of shops to choose from including Tesco and Lidl. The town itself offers recreational pursuits to 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.
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