£398,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|10 January 2019||£385,000||N/A|
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CLOSING DATE THURSDAY 30TH MARCH AT 12NOON. Neilsons are delighted to offer to the market this unique 1890s stone-built semi-detached house with charming fully enclosed south facing garden and driveway, quietly tucked away on the cusp of Dalkeith close to excellent local amenities, transport link and lovely open green space.
This wonderful home retains many fine period features and offers a wealth of character and charm throughout, creating a lovely rustic, country-cottage style feel. The generously proportioned, flexible accommodation, which stretches to over 1800 square feet, shall undoubtedly appeal to the growing family or professionals alike and merits internal viewing to be fully appreciated. The well presented accommodation comprises welcoming entrance hallway with good storage provisions, L-shaped lounge/diningroom with period fireplace and sanded floor. There is a sizeable modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units, ample work surfaces incorporating the built-in gas hob, electric oven, hood with integrated dishwasher and washing machine. A second living room, currently used as a studio by the current owners, benefits from a dual aspect and is enhanced with parquet flooring. Bedroom 4/office is located on the ground floor together with the three piece bathroom. A sweeping staircase leads to the upper floor which in turn leads to three further double bedrooms, all with storage facilities and there is a shower room with three piece suite and hatch to insulated attic. Further benefits include gas central heating with combi boiler (installed 2019 with 10year guarantee), triple glazing and interlinked smoke and heat detectors.
A particular feature of this home is the lovely, well-established private courtyard garden, which offers an array of raised beds, fruit trees, mature plants, shrubs and bushes with established herb garden and vegetable patch. There is a 16x9 shed to the far side of the garden with side canopy, two greenhouses and a pleasant seating area directly outside the kitchen, providing an ideal space for al fresco dining. The child and pet friendly garden offers a great deal of privacy and is a real hidden gem, a perfect little oasis of tranquility! A driveway is located to the side providing off-street parking. It should be noted that the neighbouring property has a right of access over the driveway and a right to park immediately next to their property (50A).
Council Tax Band - F
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