£350,000 Offers over
Nestled in the beautiful West Lothian countryside, in Bridgehouse village, near the quaint village of Westfield and popular Bathgate and Linlithgow, perfectly placed for secondary schooling at the renowned Linlithgow Academy, this modern three bedroom detached bungalow offers a unique family home that is truly befitting of its idyllic semi-rural setting.
EPC Band - F
The property has been thoughtfully extended to create a magnificent open-plan living area that takes full advantage of the spectacular views and natural light. Externally the property is enveloped by private gardens, which also accommodate a large garage/workshop and a gravelled driveway with space for up to six vehicles. Positioned on a leafy country lane and surrounded by green fields as far as the eye can see, the bungalow is entered via a bright and spacious hall floored in luxurious Karndean flooring. This continues into the dual-aspect living room, which boasts a handsome fireplace with a traditional multi-fuel stove. The living room flows directly into the large dining room/bedroom 4 and from here you step into the heart of the home: the breathtaking kitchen.
Swathes of glass on the northern and eastern elevation yield lush green views of the garden and flood the space with natural light, as do the vast (remote controlled) skylights set into the soaring double-height ceiling. Chosen to complement the rural setting, the interior design concept draws on an understated palette of neutral tones and natural materials, which include huge limestone tiles underfoot and a slab of gleaming granite tops the stunning central island. Inspired by a classic country kitchen with a luxury twist, the traditional in-frame Shaker cabinets house a wealth of clever storage, as well as a full complement of integrated appliances (Neff and Bosch) and a modern boiling water tap. The spacious yet cosy snug provides a tranquil spot to relax or entertain, as does the patio terrace to the rear, which is accessible via contemporary bi-fold doors. Designed for style and function in equal measure, the coordinating utility room boasts a classic Belfast sink framed by granite worktops, additional storage and laundry facilities, walk-in larder unit with lighting, plus a practical boot room with a back door to the garden.
Living Room 5.58m x 4.38m
Dining Room/Bedroom 4 4.28m x 3.28m
Kitchen/Dining/Family 6.85m x 6.41m
Utility Room 2.47m x 2.17m
Boot Room 1.86m x 1.34m
Master Bedroom 4.19m x 3.26m
Ensuite 2.45m x 1.45m
Bedroom 2 3.46m x 3.47m
Bedroom 3 3.48m x 2.17m
Garage/Workshop 5.80m x 3.68m
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