£135,000 Offers Over
Converted from a property that was formerly one dwelling, this deceptively spacious stone-built two-bedroom villa is located in a quiet and sought after locale within the town of Bo'ness. Complete with large driveway and gardens, this property is ideal for a wide range of buyers.
The accommodation comprises on the ground floor level: - entrance vestibule, welcoming hallway with under stair storage(with light); spacious front facing lounge featuring gas fire with mantle, ornate cornice work and ceiling rose; rear-facing dining kitchen with freestanding units, John Lewis dual fuel range burner with tiled splashback, ample space for a dining table and chairs and a contemporary reading corner; utility room featuring base units, double basin white ceramic sink and drainer, washing machine, space for additional white goods and door leading out to the garden.
The first floor, accessed via a feature turn staircase with skylight window, comprises two generous double bedrooms, each with ample room for freestanding furniture and access to integral storage. Completing the accommodation, the modern and spacious bathroom is fully tiled with porcelain tiles and fitted with a three piece modern white suite consisting of: W.C, wash hand basin incorporated in vanity unit and bath tub, including a large walk-in shower and chrome towel rail.
Externally, the large driveway, which is laid monoblock, provides ample private parking. The front garden features a variety of mature planting with a decorative area laid to slate cuttings. To the rear, there is an area of laid monoblock with a wooden shed and a further area with a stone path, raised beds, shrubs and a variety of plum, apple and pear trees.
Further benefits include gas central heating and double glazing. There is a unique opportunity with this property to purchase the adjoining flat (No: 34) also and convert the building back to one property, creating a fantastic large family home. Alternatively, the adjoining flat would be perfect as a granny flat.
Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this spectacular property on offer.
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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