£249,000 Offers over
Offering spacious and versatile accommodation over two floors, including three/four bedrooms, multiple reception areas and three bathrooms, this substantial detached house is well-presented throughout and further benefits from a delightful garden and a large driveway. Originally the toll cottage for the bridge on the Bathgate water, dating back to the 1890s, this historic and unique home has been extensively renovated and extended over the years to create an impressive family home.
EPC Band - D
Tucked away from the road and enjoying a wonderfully private position, the property opens into a welcoming entrance hallway; neutrally decorated and fitted with resilient wood-styled flooring. On the left, this understated finish continues into an exceptionally spacious living room, which is further enhanced by elegant accent wallpaper, a classic coving detail, delightful ceiling roses and a fireplace with a coal-effect fire. From here, double doors open into a sunny south-facing conservatory which, in turn, opens onto the garden; creating the perfect layout for sociable gatherings all year round. A further hallway, accessed from the living room, provides handy cupboard storage and access externally and into a sunny dining kitchen. Arranged around a central seated dining area, the kitchen is equipped with a wide range of richly-toned wood-styled worktops supplemented by splashback tiling and plentiful workspace, as well as integrated goods and space for further freestanding appliances. Completing the downstairs accommodation is a versatile dining room and a bathroom. Currently utilised as a home office, the dining room features an eye-catching tiled fireplace and incorporated storage and could lend itself to numerous other uses such as a fourth bedroom or a family room. The traditional-style bathroom, finished in a sleek monochrome design, comprises a sumptuous claw-foot bathtub and a traditional WC-suite.
Upstairs, three double bedrooms, a study and a shower room fan off a light and airy landing. All three bedrooms are attractively-decorated and incorporate useful built-in storage. The particularly large master bedroom has the added luxury of its own en-suite bathroom replete with a shower-over-bath with a glazed screen and a WC-suite. Finally, the fully-tiled shower room comprises a large shower enclosure, a contemporary basin set into vanity storage and a hidden-cistern WC. Gas central heating and double glazing ensure year-round comfort and efficiency
Outside, the house enjoys a vast south-facing garden which has the rare advantage of not being overlooked by neighbours, promising optimum privacy. A large well-tended lawn and a terrace create the perfect space for family recreation and alfresco dining, whilst a shed provides handy external storage. Private parking for multiple vehicles is provided by a gated driveway.
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