Traditional mews living
Situated in the peaceful and picturesque village of Bridgend in West Lothian, this stunning terraced mews house is part of a converted B listed steading dating from the 19th century. The mews property forms part of a development at Old Bridgend Farm which was constructed in 2004.
The three bedroom home makes an ideal commuter base to Edinburgh or Glasgow and is close to excellent local amenities in nearby Linlithgow. The home is in immaculate condition and is ready to move into, making it ideal for a range of buyers such as families, young professionals or retirees. Oak doors, oak beams and exposed stone work creates a comfortable and traditional feel to the home, yet it also has a stylish modern simplicity, particularly in its interior design, with muted colours on the walls, floors and furnishings.
The welcoming reception hall has excellent storage options, a cloakroom and WC, and leads to a fabulous L-shaped living room/dining room with feature living flame gas fire. This space has a door which leads out to a private patio area within the communal courtyard. The dining kitchen features a bespoke Echo fitted kitchen with appliances and a Belfast sink, while a utility room houses the fridge/freezer, automatic washing machine, tumble dryer and storage cupboard.
On the upper floor you will find three bedrooms. These include the master bedroom with walk-in dressing room, fitted wardrobes and an ensuite Echo-designed bathroom with a stylish copper roll top bath and shower. There are two further generously proportioned double bedrooms - one with walk-in storage cupboard - and there is also another Echo bespoke bathroom with walk-in shower.
The property further benefits from having gas central heating, double glazing and centrally-controlled lighting. There are private gardens to the front, a private patio area within a communal courtyard at the rear, and three allocated parking spaces. For extra storage, you can also take advantage of a shared shed in the communal area.
4 Champfleurie Mews is situated at the edge of the small rural village of Bridgend which lies a couple of miles east of Linlithgow. The town is famous as the birthplace of James V and Mary Queen of Scots at Linlithgow Palace, set in its own grounds beside picturesque Linlithgow Loch. The High Street has an excellent range of bars, restaurants, high street stores and independent retailers, and there is also a retail park and a choice of supermarkets. Linlithgow Loch provides excellent opportunities for walking, fishing and water sports. From Linlithgow there is a fast, frequent rail service to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling while there is also easy access to the M8 and M9 motorways and Edinburgh Airport. Good schooling can be found at primary and secondary levels within linlithgow while Bridgend also has its own nursery and primary school too.
Fixed price £395,000
3 bed mews house with 2 public rooms
ESPC ref: 378431
ESPC rating: D
Selling solicitor: Hunters Residential
Telephone: 0131 253 2669