£199,950 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|11 November 2005||£140,000||N/A|
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Well-presented and spacious three bedroom, extended mid-terrace cottage, located in the unified town of Cockenzie and Port Seton along the coast of the Firth of Forth in East Lothian. An entrance vestibule leads to the main hallway, which grants access to the ground floor bedroom, a cupboard, and to the living room which has a picture rail, an open shelved press, carpeted flooring, and a wood-burning stove. Double doors lead through to the conservatory, which has wood-effect laminate flooring and French doors to the rear garden. The kitchen has fitted wall and base units with wood-effect worktops, a stainless steel sink with drainer, tiled splashwalls, and a partial frosted glass block window looking on to the conservatory for extra light. Appliances include a freestanding fridge/freezer, an integrated oven and a 4-ring gas hob. A hallway off the kitchen also leads to the family bathroom, with a traditional-style suite with a bath and a separate shower cubicle with a mains shower, and tiled splashwalls. The front-set ground floor double bedroom includes a picture rail, a recessed window working shutters, wood-effect flooring, a feature period fireplace, and a walk-in wardrobe. Carpeted stairs lead to two further bedrooms, set to either aspect, bedroom two with velux-style windows and access to the storage space in the eaves, and bedroom three with a bay window. Port Seton and Cockenzie, are popular commuting bases in East Lothian and began as fishing villages, as a pleasant walk around their old towns and harbours will testify. There are good shopping amenities in the town, including a Co-operative Food, and a wider selection of amenities in nearby Prestonpans, whilst along the A1 Fort Kinnaird retail park offers a wide range of high street shopping, popular restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Primary schooling locally, with secondary schooling in Prestonpans. There are sandy beaches and wildlife reserves heading east along the coast, as well as many golf courses. Public transport is available for connection into Edinburgh and includes the train station at Prestonpans, with car park, which makes an easy commute right to the heart of Edinburgh.
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