£315,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 April 2011||£205,000||N/A|
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Forming part of a small steading development of only five properties, this charming terraced house will appeal to discerning purchasers of all age groups seeking the many benefits of country village life. It was only built in 2011 and offers delightful open views directly overlooking open countryside along with great individuality. It is well-presented and provides above average storage space including extensive eaves with above average insulation. The property is arranged over two floors and the flexible layout (136 sqm) offers scope for future reconfiguration to meet the ever-changing needs of modern life or retirement. A traditional vestibule opens into the well-proportioned and welcoming L-shaped hall with staircase. A very comfortable living room has double doors ensure maximum brightness and leading out to the enclosed garden. There is a well fitted kitchen including integrated appliances and a handy downstairs toilet compartment. Also positioned on the ground floor, the dining/family room is equally suitable for use as a fourth bedroom if required. Upstairs is the bright family bathroom, plus the master bedroom with the luxury of an en suite shower room and two further bedrooms (one benefitting from a dual aspect). Early viewing is strongly recommended.
The property benefits from double glazing which is complemented by an electric fired wet heating system with panel radiators.
The property benefits from an enclosed east-facing garden with spectacular views over Midlothian and East Lothian. It is a long lawned garden with a shed and two allocated parking spaces in the adjacent residents-only car park.
The development turns it back on the A68 at the southern edge of the village and directly opposite the doctor’s surgery. Straddling the River Tyne, the small historic village of Pathhead is attractively encircled by unspoiled open countryside. It is an ideal base for Edinburgh commuters (11 miles) being close to the City By-pass and Park-and-Ride at Shawfair. This popular Conservation village offers local shops, a medical centre, post office, community hall and the well regarded Tynewater Primary School. The nearby town of Dalkeith provides further shopping facilities and there are major retail outlets just a short drive away at Fort Kinnaird. There are golf courses, horse riding, Vogrie and Dalkeith Country Parks and plenty of walking routes nearby.
The property has been valued by surveyors at ï¿½320,000 and the Home Report is available from the ESPC web site.
The property lies in Council Tax band F and has a C rated Energy Performance Certificate.
The sale price includes all blinds, fitted carpets, light fittings, washer/drier, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and integrated oven. A large mirrored wardrobe and the garden shed will also remain.
Viewing is by appointment - telephone Agents on 0131 229 3399 (0759 58 20611 out with office hours)
A lengthy public room with attractive view and double doors opening onto the garden
(4.09m x 5.95m / 13'5" x 19'6")
Dining Room/Bedroom 4
A versatile downstairs double bedroom with garden view
(2.62m x 5.94m / 8'7" x 19'6")
A lengthy fully fitted kitchen with window and built-in appliances
(2.10m x 4.61m / 6'11" x 15'1")
A handy downstairs toilet compartment with W.C and wash hand basin
(1.47m x 1.13m / 4'10" x 3'8")
A double bedroom with view and en suite shower room
(4.09m x 4.00m / 13'5" x 13'1")
En Suite shower room
A large en suite with wide shower cabinet, WC and wash hand basin
(3.14m x 1.86m / 10'4" x 6'1")
A large double bedroom benefitting from a dual aspect and view
(2.67m x 5.93m / 8'9" x 19'5")
A third bedroom also with view
(3.37m x 2.43m / 11'1" x 8'0")
A bright bathroom with bath, wash hand basin and W.C.
(2.37m x 2.30m / 7'9" x 7'7")
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