Property history for 2 Seton Steading, Longniddry, East Lothian, EH32 0PP

3 Bed End Terraced House with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£386,600 in July 2018 13.7%

£340,000 in August 2009

Details from last sale

in July 2018

The property

Lying close to East Lothian’s breathtaking coastline, Calderdean Cottage promises an enviable rural retreat just 20 minutes’ commute from Edinburgh. Forming part of a small residential community enveloped by open countryside and situated in easy reach of local amenities in nearby Longniddry and Port Seton, this charming stonebuilt... More

Lying close to East Lothian’s breathtaking coastline, Calderdean Cottage promises an enviable rural retreat just 20 minutes’ commute from Edinburgh. Forming part of a small residential community enveloped by open countryside and situated in easy reach of local amenities in nearby Longniddry and Port Seton, this charming stonebuilt end-terraced cottage boasts three bedrooms, excellent private parking and a delightful sheltered garden. Lit by enchanting sash-and- case windows, the immaculate internal accommodation has been thoughtfully decorated in a tasteful style throughout. On opening the front door, you step into a vestibule leading through to a spacious hall. Laid with quality oak flooring, which flows through much of the ground-floor, this welcoming entrance area houses useful storage and a convenient WC finished with characterful tongue and groove panelling. At the far end of the hall lies a generous southerly-facing living room affording access to a large conservatory. In the living room, soft grey décor and elegant ceiling coving are supplemented by a boldly-coloured chimney breast inset with a working fireplace and innovative recessed shelving. With a pleasant garden facing position, external access and an exposed stone feature wall, the adjoining conservatory represents a lovely additional area for relaxing and/or dining. Also neighbouring the living room is a well-appointed country-style kitchen featuring a sociable central dining area – perfect for casual family meals and entertaining. A wide selection of crisp-white panelled cabinets is accompanied by ornate finishes, durable timber worktops, chic, textured tiling and a large Belfast sink. Superbly well-equipped, the space incorporates an integrated eye-level double oven, a sleek electric hob paired with astylish cooker hood, and a range of freestanding goods comprising a tall fridge freezer, a dishwasher, a washing machine and a tumble dryer. On the first floor, a landing (with storage) accommodates a master suite and two further double bedrooms serviced by a family bathroom. All bedrooms are well-presented and fitted with plush carpeting for added comfort. Bathed in all day sunny light via dual windows, including a large skylight, andsupplemented by a richly-toned accent wall, the spacious master bedroom incorporates built-in storage and a deluxe, well-lit en-suite shower room. Mirroring the attractive decorative finish of the bedroom, the shower room comprises a chic WC-suite, vanity storage, a towel radiator and a stylishly-tiled shower enclosure with a contemporary curved screen. Finally, the family bathroom embraces traditional charm with tongue and groovepanelling and handsome classic finishings. Incorporated into the bathroom are a WC, a pedestal basin and an opulent bathtub with a shower attachment. The property benefits from a gas central heating system. Externally, the cottage is accompanied by an idyllic rear garden; fully-enclosed and overlooked by mature trees. From the conservatory, a terraced area gives way to a neatly-kept lawn bordered by a delightful selection of established plants, shrubs and trees. Two sheds provide useful external storage, whilst to the front and side of the cottage, private parking is available for up to three vehicles. Ample visitors’ parking can also be found within the steading.

Energy rating D

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Gilson Gray LLP

0131 253 2993

29 Rutland Square, EDINBURGH, EH1 2BW

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