25 Newcraighall Drive, Newcraighall, Musselburgh, Midlothian, EH21 8SG

1 Bed Bungalow - Semi-Detached with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£167,000 in November 2023

The property

A well proportioned, one bedroom, semi-detached bungalow located on a peaceful, residential street and offering good entertaining space, with a spacious sitting room, opening onto a private garden. The property would suit any number of buyers but a particular advantage are low running costs. The property is tucked away just off Newcraighall Road on a popular street, close to the open spaces of Newcraighall Park and well placed for commuting into Edinburgh. Fort Kinnaird Retail Park is just down the road, offering a wide range of shopping and leisure facilities with a cinema and many eateries. The beautiful open spaces of Newhailes Estate are just a short walk away, as well as Duddingston and Portobello golf clubs for the keen sportsperson. The property is also conveniently located for access to The Royal Infirmary and Queen Margaret University Campus. For the motorist, quick routes to the east on the A1 and around Edinburgh on the City Bypass can be found nearby and a number of bus routes lead directly into Edinburgh City Centre .

Council Tax Band A
Total Floor Area 49 m2
Energy rating C

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