£255,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|25 September 2020||£280,000||£60,000|
|19 December 2008||£220,000||N/A|
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Tastefully-presented and spacious, three bedroom, detached family home, with gardens and a driveway. Set in a quiet cul-de-sac within a residential development, the property is located in popular Port Seton, to the east of Edinburgh. The bright entrance hall provides access to the stairs and to two front-facing reception rooms, including a spacious family room with recessed spot lighting, coving, hardwood flooring and an electric fireplace. The living room offers a box bay window, carpeted flooring, a feature fireplace, TV and phone points, and is open-plan to the dining room which has doors out into the rear garden and also leads into the separate kitchen. The modern fitted kitchen has a store cupboard, stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a tiled backsplash, and fitted units. Appliances include an integrated oven, gas hob with a canopy above, and a freestanding fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Leading off from the kitchen, a utility room, with space for further white goods, provides access to the garden as well as to the ground floor WC with a two-piece suite. Upstairs, the landing provides a cupboard and the access hatch for the loft. Set overlooking the garden, the master bedroom offers built-in wardrobes and a stylish en-suite shower room. There are two further double bedrooms, both well-proportioned with carpeted flooring, pendant light fittings, and built-in wardrobes. Completing the accommodation, the modern family bathroom consists of a white three-piece suite and partially tiled splashwalls.
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 excellent shops and facilities 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 is provided for locally, with secondary schooling available 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 connections into Edinburgh and includes the train station at Prestonpans, which also has a car park, making for an easy commute right to the heart of Edinburgh.
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