£165,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 April 2022||£193,050||£45,040|
|8 August 2005||£148,010||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY, 13TH JAN AT 11 AM **
Tastefully presented and spacious, two-bedroom, semi-detached bungalow, with extensive gardens. Located on a quiet side street, in the rural village of Elphinstone, East Lothian. A generous vestibule offers space for outerwear and opens into the main hall giving access to the living room, bedrooms and shower room. Set to the front, a tasteful living room includes modern wood-effect flooring, decorative coving, a press recess and built-in store cupboard. Set off the living room, a good-size fitted kitchen features stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, a tiled surround, and an integrated electric oven and gas hob with a canopy above. Tiled flooring continues from the kitchen into a flexible dining room extension, offering a further public room with patios doors to the garden. Two well-proportioned bedrooms are set on opposite aspects and include built-in mirrored wardrobes. Completing the accommodation, the shower room has a rear-facing window and includes a two-piece suite and a corner cubicle with a mains shower mixer.
Elphinstone is a small, quiet village with an idyllic rural setting, providing a primary school, community centre, and a newsagent. Close by to the north, the town of Tranent offers supermarkets including an ASDA and ALDI, a doctor's surgery, leisure centre, library, and post office, whilst Fort Kinnaird retail park has an extensive range of major high-street names, restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Set amid rolling countryside, Elphinstone is well-placed for rural walks, and access to the East Lothian coastline and its many superb beaches. Commuting into Edinburgh, there is direct access via the A1 to the city bypass and A199. There is a local bus service (110 & 110A), with further services available from Tranent High Street, and the 109 heading to Haddington, passing the hospital; and train services from nearby Musselburgh, Wallyford, or Prestonpans.
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