£160,000 Offers over
Centrally located in the popular town of Bathgate, close to shops and the train station, this appealing three-bedroom, two-reception room end-terraced house, with a large suntrap garden, is a delightful proposition for commuting professionals and those with young families. Behind its deceptively quaint façade, the spacious accommodation enjoys well-presented
interiors and numerous characterful features, creating a wonderfully inviting home.
The front door opens into a vestibule and a hall with a high ceiling adorned with elegant plasterwork. This welcoming entrance area’s airy ambience, neutral décor and deeply-toned timber flooring continues into the neighbouring reception areas; a living room and a versatile dining/family room. Both rooms boast generous proportions and charming features, including classic cornicing, enchanting fireplaces and display shelving. With sociable open access from the dining room is a south-facing kitchen with handy garden access and an adjoining sunny area, perfect for a breakfasting table or comfortable seating. Well-appointed in a tasteful contemporary fashion, the kitchen is fitted with a wide array of classic panel-effect cabinets paired with modern chrome fixtures, spacious wood-effect worktops and aglossy, rich-red splashback.At the heart of the space is an integrated oven and a gas hob with a striking chimney-style hood, whilst freestanding goods include a washing machine, a dishwasher and an Americanstyle fridge freezer, stylishly colour-matched in black.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a large bathroom with a WC-suite and a curved corner bathtub with an overhead shower. Upstairs, a light and airy landing affords access to two double bedrooms (one with useful cupboard storage), and a south-facing single bedroom. With picture windows allowing plentiful natural light, all three bedrooms are comfortably carpeted and finished with lightly-toned walls ornamented with classic cornicing. The property benefits from gas central heating and partial double glazing.
Outside, to the rear of the house, is a substantial southfacing garden; fully enclosed with rustic stone walling and fencing. Accessed from the kitchen, a terrace for alfresco dining gives way to a lawned area housing a practical shed. Unrestricted on-street parking can be found in the immediate vicinity.
EPC Rating - C.
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