£300,000 Offers over
135A Main Street is a truly delightful and very rare opportunity to acquire a substantial Three Bedroom End Terraced Cottage of considerable charm and individuality, set in the sought after conservation village of Pathhead and dating back to around 1780. The property has been tastefully modernised and finished to an extremely high standard and offers immaculate move-in presentation comprising : entrance vestibule, spacious lounge with window to the front and fireplace with wood burning stove, dining room with window to the front and under stair storage, inner hall, modern fitted kitchen and a three piece family bathroom, upper hall, principal bedroom with dormer window to the front, bedroom two with dormer window to the front and built-in fitted wardrobe storage, bedroom three with dormer window to the side of the property and a study/box room with velux window set to the front of the property. The reception rooms offer generous proportions and the modern fitted Kitchen comprises an excellent range of base and wall cabinets with complimentary work surfaces and feature a range oven, with space for free standing appliances. The family bathroom offers a three-piece suite with a shower over the bath. Further benefits include oil fired central heating, wood burning stove, double glazing and loft insulation. The property comes complete with a brick-built outhouse/workshop and an incredibly large enclosed rear garden, well stocked with mature trees and shrubs, with areas laid to lawn, surrounded by a stone wall with superb open views over farmland. Residents benefit from unrestricted on-street parking. Early viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate this gem of a property with impressive family living space enjoying a lovely village setting.
The property is located in Pathhead, a popular conservation village in Midlothian. Set amidst a beautiful backdrop of open countryside this charming village is within easy commuting distance of Edinburgh yet has peaceful location, offering a complete contrast to city living. There is a general store, post office, home bakery, fish and chip shop, doctors surgery, public house, bowling club, and community hall on hand locally to cater for everyday needs, with nearby Dalkeith providing more shops, banks, building societies and postal services, not to mention the wide range of sporting and recreational facilities. The open countryside promises hours of pleasure from activities such as golf, horse riding and Hill walking. Vogrie Country Park is nearby with Dalkeith Country Park and Restuarant at Restoration Yard are within easy reach, with a popular stop for Sunday lunch at the Stair Arms Country Hotel on the outskirts of the Village. Schooling is very well regarded in the area and is well represented at nursery and primary level, with secondary schooling available at Dalkeith. For the commuters there is easy access to the city bypass and a frequent public transport system operates throughout the village to and from Edinburgh and further afield.
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