£280,000 Offers over
Tastefully-presented and spacious, four-bedroom, semi-detached family home, with gardens, driveway and an adjoining garage. Set on a desirable end-of cul-de-sac plot, in an established family orientated residential development in Port Seton, East Lothian. A carpeted reception hall gives access to the living room, kitchen, an understairs store cupboard, and has ample space for outerwear. The living room is open to a dining area to the rear, creating a flexible dual-aspect public room. The kitchen has a rear-facing window, with a good-quality fitted kitchen that includes stone-effect worktops with matching surround, a sink with drainer, and an integrated oven and 5 ring gas hob. Contemporary flooring continues from the kitchen into a flexible sunroom, offering space for a dinner/breakfast table, and offers connections for utility appliances, with a quality fridge/freezer, included. On the upper floor, the master bedroom is set to the front, with a built-in mirrored wardrobe and a stylish en-suite shower room. Two further double bedrooms are set to either aspect and include carpeted flooring and built-in wardrobes, whilst the front-facing fourth bedroom is currently used as an office. Completing the accommodation, the generous, fully tiled family bathroom has a rear-facing window and includes a three-piece suite.
Port Seton and Cockenzie are popular commuting bases in East Lothian and began as fishing villages, as a pleasant walk around their old towns and harbours will testify. There are excellent shops and facilities in the town, including a Co-operative Food, and a wider selection of amenities in nearby Prestonpans, whilst along the A1, Fort Kinnaird retail park offers a wide range of high-street shopping, popular restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Primary schooling is provided for locally, with secondary schooling available in Prestonpans. There are sandy beaches and wildlife reserves heading east along the coast, as well as many golf courses. Public transport is available for connections into Edinburgh and includes the train station at Prestonpans, which also has a car park, making for an easy commute right to the heart of Edinburgh.
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