£165,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|1 June 2020||£164,000||£8,000|
|25 July 2018||£156,000||N/A|
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**CLOSING DATE SET FRIDAY 9TH JULY @ 12 NOON** This spacious, three bedroom, mid terrace house (88sqm) is situated in a quiet location on the east side of Port Seton and within walking distance of the beach and local amenities. The accommodation comprises an entrance hall where you get access to the living room. To the rear of the property is a spacious, modernised kitchen with adjoining dining area. The rear garden can be accessed from both the kitchen and the living groom. The second floor consists of three decent sized bedrooms and an upgraded wet room with power shower. Completing the property is a large rear garden (south facing) with paving and a patch of grass lawn complete with a garden outbuilding to the end. There are plenty of cupboards throughout the property providing convenient space for storage.
Port Seton is a historic coastal town in the county of East Lothian, which is well within commuting distance of Edinburgh via the A1 (approximately 11 miles) or by rail from neighbouring Prestonpans (journey time approximately 16 minutes). It is a popular and attractive place to live with a strong sense of community, good local shopping and leisure facilities. The nearby Meadowmill Sports Centre offers a wide programme of activities for children and adults alike and the surrounding area is famous for its beautiful sandy beaches, superb countryside, championship golf courses and fine cuisine. Schooling is available locally from nursery through to senior level and The Queen Margaret University is within a short drive. The Fort Kinnaird Outlet is also within a short drive and plays host to the majority of High Street names. Edinburgh International Airport, the west side of the city and the central motorway network are all readily accessible via the A1.
There is a shared front garden and private rear garden with on street parking.
Viewing is by appointment. Contact agent on 0131 229 3399 or 07595 820 612
Council Tax Band C and EPC rating D
(3.48m x 5.15m / 11'5" x 16'11")
(3.18m x 2.44m / 10'5" x 8'0")
(2.32m x 2.83m / 7'7" x 9'3")
(3.47m x 3.83m / 11'5" x 12'7")
(4.68m x 1.74m / 15'4" x 5'9")
(2.21m x 3.83m / 7'3" x 12'7")
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