£115,000 Offers over
This spacious lower flat in a block of classic built 1930s (approx.) accommodation provides an excellent opportunity once upgraded. The property is approximately 63sqm in size and is situated in the much sought-after Newtongrange, Dalkeith. The accommodation comprises of a private entrance, hallway, living/dining room, fitted kitchen, two double bedrooms and a two decent sized storage cupboards. The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating throughout, there is also ample storage, free on street parking and a front driveway with gates. The property has a plot of garden to the rear (west facing) which comes with a wooden shed. Ideal for first time buyers, professional couples, and families, this property has garden grounds to the rear which are perfect for outside entertaining. Early viewing is highly recommended.
Gas central heating is complemented by uPVC double glazing.
The property benefits from a west facing rear garden with wooden shed and a front driveway complete with gated access.
Positioned on the southern edge of Dalkeith and approximately nine miles southeast of Edinburgh city centre, the former mining village of Newtongrange offers a sought-after small-town lifestyle within easy reach of the capital. The area is served by a charming selection of local amenities including a supermarket and a corner shop, plus a handful of traditional pubs and restaurants. More extensive shopping facilities are available in neighbouring Eskbank and Dalkeith, while nearby Straiton Retail Park is home to a range of branded outlets, high-street retailers, and a Sainsbury’s superstore. Surrounded by rural landscape and dense woodland, residents of Newtongrange have access to a wealth of outdoor leisure pursuits, or for those who prefer to exercise indoors, Newtongrange Leisure Centre boasts a state-of-the-art gym and a multi-purpose fitness studio with a varied programme of activities and classes. Newtongrange is served by excellent local schools including early years and primary education at Newtongrange Primary School, followed by secondary schooling at nearby Newbattle Community High School. Thanks to its ideal position on the A7, Newtongrange allows quick and easy access to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, and the M8/M9 motorway networks. Newtongrange station, which is part of the new Borders Railway, also provides fast and frequent links into the heart of the capital.
The property has been valued by surveyors at ï¿½125,000 and the Home Report is available from the ESPC web site.
The property lies in Council Tax Band B and has a C rated Energy Performance certificate.
By appointment telephone Agents on 0131 229 3399 (0759 58 20611 out with office hours)
(4.50m x 4.00m / 14'9" x 13'1")
(1.71m x 3.60m / 5'7" x 11'10")
(3.82m x 3.75m / 12'6" x 12'4")
(3.82m x 2.78m / 12'6" x 9'1")
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