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The CARRIDEN is an eloquent three bedroom semi detached villa comprising of a spacious downstairs WC off the main hallway, a generous lounge leading through to a fully fitted kitchen/dining area with patio doors to the rear garden. The hallway also contains under-stair storage.
Upstairs you will find three bedrooms, the main bedroom with fitted wardrobe and en suite facilities including shower. This floor also has the main family bathroom.
Images shown illustrate typical Ogilvie Homes Maree house type Showhome interiors.
This unique and exciting development in Bo'ness offers an excellent mix of opulent property styles, each designed to deliver distinctive exterior finishes with impressive front door entrances and high specification interiors with fully fitted kitchen interiors, spacious lounges and superb bedrooms with all the amenities included as standard.
Some of the larger properties offer superb galleried entrance halls, stunning bi-fold doors leading out to the garden, Juliette balconies, walk out balconies and higher ceilings.
This premier development benefits from some superb views across the Firth of Forth and lies just minutes from the beautiful coastal town centre with many local attractions including the Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, Kinneil House and the cottage where James Watt worked on his steam engine.
Home to the oldest picture house in Scotland, the Hippodrome Cinema, Bo'ness is primarily a commuter town which lies only 18 miles from Edinburgh and 6 miles from Falkirk with excellent road and rail links to all areas.
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The town of Bo'ness is nestled on the south bank of the River Forth just 18 miles west of the capital city of Edinburgh and less than 5 miles from the historical town of Linlithgow. Bo'ness is the shortened version of the town's name which is actually Borrowstounness, dating back to the 1400s.
The town benefits from some lovely views across the River Forth with an array of local shops and historic architecture. Today, Bo'ness is primarily a commuter town, with people travelling to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Falkirk with excellent road and rail links to all areas.
Travelling from Glasgow: Take M8 heading east, at junction 12 take A80, then left onto B765, turn right onto Langdale Street, then right onto Royston Road, take 1st exit at the roundabout, then take 1st exit at roundabout again, take 4th exit at the roundabout, take 2nd exit at the roundabout onto M80 slip road, keep left onto M876, then merge onto M9. At junction 5 take A905, continue on A905 then at the roundabout then take 2nd exit, at next roundabouts take 2nd exit onto A904, continue onto A993, the destination will be on right.
Travelling from Edinburgh: Head west onto A90, take the exit towards A904, at Queensferry Junction take the first exit to continue on A904 until signpost for A993, go through roundabout, the destination is on left.
Travelling from Perth: Head south onto M90, at junction 1A, take A904, exit to Bo'ness, at Queensferry junction take 3rd exit onto A904, stay on A904, then onto A993, go through roundabout, the destination is on left.
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