£208,000 Offers over
Situated in West Lothian's idyllic countryside in the town of Armadale, less than five minutes' drive from the train station, this four-bedroom detached house forms part of a popular modern development. Providing spacious accommodation and a true move-in standard, this charming property is ideal for families, first time buyers, and those looking for a convenient semi-rural lifestyle.
The home is set in an attractive, family-friendly neighbourhood and offers instant kerb appeal, with the front door opening into a pristine hall with a handy WC. It is a fantastic first impression, which is heightened by the spacious living room, lovingly styled with a feature wall and a light brown palette. High-quality timber-style flooring adds an extra layer of allure, whilst southerly-facing windows bathe the room in warm sunlight. Next door, the dining kitchen features a sophisticated style fitted with taupe cabinets and excellent workspace. It incorporates additional storage, under-cabinet lighting, room for a 4-person dining table for congenial dining, and French doors to the garden. Appliances include: an integrated gas hob and electric oven. A freestanding
fridge-freezer, a washer, and dishwasher may be available by separate negotiation.
Upstairs, four bedrooms extend from a landing with storage, all of which are beautifully presented to a high modern standard with soft carpeting for comfort. Three bedrooms are spacious doubles, with the master and second bedroom enjoying the more generous proportions and built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom also boasts a contemporary ensuite shower room. The fourth bedroom is a versatile single that could be used as a home office if required. A three-piece bathroom (plus overhead shower) completes the home, presented with a bright air in a modern style with an attractive mix of slate grey décor, mosaic tiling in light blue and white marble effect tiles.
Double glazing throughout and an efficient gas central heating system ensure year round comfort.
The home is accompanied by a well-tended front lawn and a large low-maintenance garden to the rear, which comes fully-enclosed with a shed, a greenhouse, a patio for barbecues, and a sizeable timber decked area for alfresco dining. For parking, there is a monoblock front drive and an integral garage with storage space, room for a tumble dryer and convenient access to the kitchen.
EPC Rating C
Situated just two miles west of bustling Bathgate, the West Lothian town of Armadale is popular with young families and professionals thanks to its excellent local amenities and commuter links to Edinburgh, Glasgow and across the central belt. The former mining village is served by a range of shops and services including a petrol station, a Scotmid supermarket, Asda supermarket and independent convenience stores, a post office
and newsagents, a pharmacy, a barber and several beauty salons. The town also supports a choice of cafes, delis and takeaways, plus a selection of pubs, bars and restaurants. Community facilities include a medical centre, a library and a community centre, plus a leisure centre (Xcite Armadale) with a swimming pool,
sauna/steam room and a gym. The surrounding natural landscape provides no shortage of outdoor pursuits, not to mention important culture, heritage and wildlife attractions, particularly at nearby Beecraigs Country Park and Polkemmet Country Park. There are four local primary schools which offer nursery classes, and a high school (Armadale Academy), plus private childcare options. Ideal for commuters looking to escape to the country, Armadale enjoys excellent rail links to Edinburgh and Glasgow, regular local bus services, and is
just minutes' drive from the M8.
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