£290,000 Offers over
Quietly positioned within a desirable residential development in the sought-after coastal town of Bo'ness is this beautifully presented three-bedroom link-detached property.
EPC Rating: Band C
Light-filled and modern interiors featuring a wonderful attention to detail, combine with a generous footprint and a stunning landscaped garden to a warm home.
From the ground floor with its convivial open flow between the two living and reception areas and the garden, to the restful retreat of the first floor, this home has been thoughtfully designed throughout. Three double bedrooms, a family bathroom, and luxury shower room sit alongside a welcoming living room, a smart utility room, and a contemporary dining kitchen with striking bi fold doors opening out to the south-facing decking and garden.
Within walking distance of local schooling, and only a short drive from Linlithgow Train Station, the picturesque Kinneil Estate, Bo'ness's historic town centre, and the 18-hole West Lothian Golf Club, this cul-de-sac property has much to offer and presents a fantastic opportunity.
What's special about this house
Airy home with cozy bedrooms and sunny south-facing garden in a safe and peaceful area.
Inviting and bright carpeted living room with large window overlooking the neat front garden, glazed doors, chic décor, and electric fireplace.
Contemporary German dining kitchen filled with light, trendy design, high-end Siemens appliances, breakfast bar and bi-fold doors to the south-facing decking and garden.
German utility room linked to the garden and a fully-tiled walk-in shower room with WC and counter top washbasin.
Elegant principle double bedroom with garden view and built-in mirrored wardrobe.
Family bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, built in TV, wash hand basin, and WC.
Underfloor heating throughout the extension.
Neat front garden, integral garage, and double driveway.
Beautifully landscaped south-facing rear garden with patio, enclosed manicured lawn, and seating spaces.
Excellent access to amenities, schooling, transport links, and green spaces.
Location and amenities
Desirable residential setting yet close to Bo'ness town centre and local schooling
The historic town centre has an array of independent stores, a post office, pharmacy, butcher, library, and bookshop. The town also benefits from a Tesco and a Lidl.
Ideal commuter location near to the M9 with easy access to Edinburgh (21 miles) and Glasgow (37 miles)
Edinburgh Airport is just 13 miles from the property
Scenic green spaces on the doorstep including Muiravonside Country Park, Kinneil Estate, and Callendar House
A short distance from recreational activities such as Bo'ness Recreation Centre, West Lothian Golf Club, Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, Blackness Castle, Kinneil House, and The Hippodrome, Scotland's oldest cinema.
Living Room 4.27m x 4.80m
Kitchen 3.26m x 5.28m
Dining Room 2.60m x 5.06m
Utility 2.45m x 3.10m
Shower Room 1.45m x 2.40m
Bedroom 1 3.09m x 3.72m
Bedroom 2 2.41m x 3.39m
Bedroom 3 2.78m x 2.30m
Bathroom 2.08m x 2.63m
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