£215,000 Offers over
|10 November 2006
|29 July 2003
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Light and tastefully presented, three-bedroom, semi-detached house, with gardens and an allocated parking space. Set on a quiet, end-cul-de-sac plot, in an established residential area, located in the popular village of Kirkliston, West Lothian. A welcoming entrance vestibule, with storage, leads into a hallway with further storage and a WC. To the right of the hall, a front-facing living room offers plenty of versatile space for a variety of freestanding furniture and leads, conveniently into a dining/kitchen. A space for a dining table and chairs is set in front of sliding, glazed doors, providing access to a paved terrace in the rear garden whilst, zoned by a breakfast bar, a kitchen is fitted with modern, wood-effect units, stone-effect worktops and tiled splashbacks. Appliances include an integrated gas hob, a stainless-steel canopy, a freestanding fridge, a washing machine and a dryer. Upstairs, a spacious, front-facing master bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room and built-in wardrobe storage. Set to the rear, are two further bedrooms, one with built-in wardrobe storage, and both offering good-sized, flexible spaces, with options for use. Completing the accommodation, a bright family bathroom comprises a three-piece suite, a shower-over-bath, tiles splash walls and flooring.
Kirkliston is a small town, lying to the west of Edinburgh city centre. A historic village, Kirkliston is a designated conservation area, set amongst the open agricultural land, with a village centre surrounded by a growing number of modern residential developments. With plenty of local amenities in the heart of village, there is also a Tesco superstore at nearby South Queensferry and a multitude of country parks and open walks in the surrounding area. The area also hosts well-respected primary and secondary schooling. There are excellent road links to the M90, A8, M8 and M9, regular bus services, and a rail station at Dalmeny, making Kirkliston a highly popular location for commuting into Edinburgh.
Council Tax Band: E
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