£180,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|11 August 2006||£147,000||N/A|
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Immaculately presented, three-bedroom, semi-detached family home with a garage and private gardens. Set in a quiet, family-friendly residential development, the property is located in East Calder, to the south-east of Livingston. The bright entrance hall, with space for outerwear, grants access to the carpeted stairs and opens into the front-facing living room which offers contemporary wood-effect flooring continued from the hall, an under-stair cupboard, and wall-mounted light fittings. With natural light from both aspects, the lounge is open-plan to the dining kitchen at the rear, where there is ample room for dining furniture, recessed spot lighting, and a door leading out to the rear garden. The stylish kitchen itself is fitted with modern units, quality worktops with a matching upstand, a tiled surround, and a sink with drainer. Integrated appliances include an oven, ceramic hob, and a dishwasher. Upstairs, the upper hall provides a side-aspect window for natural light over the stairway, a built-in cupboard, and the loft hatch. There are three good-sized bedrooms, all with carpeted flooring and built-in wardrobes for front-facing bedroom one and for bedroom two overlooking the garden. Completing the accommodation, the fully-tiled family bathroom consists of a modern white three-piece suite, a mains shower over the bath, and a ladder radiator.
East Calder is a small established town forming a group of residential communities to the the south-east of Livingston. The town has all the amenities and facilities expected, including small supermarkets, restaurants, a doctors surgery, and is popular with commuters beacuse of its own rail station and close proximity to the A71 and M8/M9 for travel throughout the central belt. Nearby Livingston, the largest town in West Lothian, has an excellent range of shopping and recreational facilities, including the renowned Livingston Centre and Livingston Designer Outlet, along with extensive local shopping and a range of supermarkets. There is also an excellent choice of sports and leisure pursuits including a network of walking and cycle paths, parks, woodlands, swimming pools, golf courses, libraries, a multi-screen cinema, and sports centres.
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