£180,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|5 October 2012||£118,000||N/A|
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* CLOSING DATE - WEDNESDAY, 5TH AUGUST AT 11AM *
Light, tastefully-presented and spacious, three-bedroom, end-terrace home with gardens and a driveway. Located in the popular coastal town of Cockenzie and Port Seton, East Lothian. A welcoming reception hall is afforded plenty of natural light from a window at the top of the stairway and has ample space for outerwear and additional storage besides the under-stair cupboard. Well proportioned and set to the front, the living room offers a feature fireplace, coving, and an open-shelved press. With wood-effect flooring that carries through from the lounge, a generous kitchen with a dining area affords access to the rear garden, and includes quality fitted units and worktops with a ceramic sink, and a slimline dishwasher. Set off the entrance hall, the family bathroom has a rear-facing window, and is fitted with a contemporary suite, separate shower cubicle, tiled flooring and splash walls. On the first floor, the upper hall gives access to the three bedrooms and to a Ramsay ladder to the loft with a skylight window, flooring and lighting. Bedroom one is set to the front with carpeted flooring, a built-in store cupboard and an additional recess for a wardrobe. Overlooking the rear gardens are two further well-proportioned double bedrooms with carpeted flooring and pendant light fittings.
Cockenzie and Port Seton is a charming coastal town located around 11 miles from Edinburgh. The town itself, and both neighbouring Prestonpans and Longniddry, offer good local shopping facilities including a Co-op supermarket and a Lidl store, along with the usual banking and Post Office services, a library, and a community sports centre. There are miles of sandy beaches in East Lothian, along with a selection of golf courses. There is easy access to the A1, which offers swift commuting into Edinburgh city centre or to the east, with further connections to the Borders and to the north of England. Good public transport services are available within the area, including the Prestonpans railway station. Local schooling is also available in both Prestonpans and Cockenzie, whilst a primary school is directly opposite the front entrance of the property.
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