£140,000 Offers Over
This spacious semi-detached property offers flexible accommodation with ample space for modern day living. Situated in a fantastic location, across from Kinneil House, it is ideally located for access to the town centre and commuting links. This fantastic property will appeal to a range of buyers, including first time buyers and those looking to downsize.
Layout initially consists of a large conservatory providing great additional living space. Through the conservatory, we enter the spacious hallway which provides access to all rooms on the ground floor.
Entering the kitchen, which is a bright and airy room and benefits from windows to the side and rear, there is ample cupboard space with floor and wall mounted units. Fitted with an integrated electric oven and hob, white ceramic sink and drainer, washing machine, free standing fridge and freezer, this room also has space for a dining table and chairs.
The L shaped living/dining room is a fantastic space for dining and/or entertaining and has ample room for freestanding furniture. Dual aspect windows allow the room to be filled with natural light. Completing the ground floor accommodation is the shower room, fitted with a two piece white suite and electric corner shower.
To the upper level, there are two spacious double bedrooms which benefit from built in wardrobes with the master featuring a large additional storage cupboard.
Externally, this wonderful property has a generous, easily maintained back garden which is made up mostly of stone chips with a slabbed pathway. An area to the side of the property has been mostly laid to stone chips with a slabbed patio bordered with mature trees. To the front, there is a large area laid to lawn with a stair leading down to the public footpath.
This well-maintained home has gas central heating and double glazing and early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the property on offer.
Bo'ness is a small town on the southern banks of the Firth of Forth located some 20 miles from Edinburgh. The town itself offers shopping and leisure facilities, and there are both primary and secondary schools. In the town centre there is a wide range of shops to choose from including Tesco and Lidl. Banking and Post Office facilities can also be found in the town centre. The town itself offers recreational pursuits to include golf, fishing and a number of attractive walks. The popular Recreation Centre offers a swimming pool, squash and badminton courts, gym and astro-turf pitches. The town also boasts its own Steam Railway together with the famous Bo'ness Fair Day and recently re-established historic Bo'ness Hillclimb.
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EXTRAS: All fitted floor coverings, light fittings and white goods.
EPC RATING : E
PRICE: Offers Over £140,000
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