Property history for 44 Burnbrae Terrace, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, EH19 3DB

3 Bed Townhouse with 2 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£209,522 in July 2018 8.1%

£193,811 in September 2008

Details from last sale

in July 2018

The property

Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this great townhouse offering an immaculate contemporary family home in the ever-popular town of Bonnyrigg. This three-storey mid-terraced townhouse boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two versatile reception areas, accompanied by a sunny secure garden and unrestricted off-street parking. ... More

Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this great townhouse offering an immaculate contemporary family home in the ever-popular town of Bonnyrigg. This three-storey mid-terraced townhouse boasts three bedrooms, three bathrooms and two versatile reception areas, accompanied by a sunny secure garden and unrestricted off-street parking. Set within an attractive contemporary development on the scenic rural fringes of Bonnyrigg, this immaculate three-storey, mid-terraced townhouse is perfectly suited to modern family living. Accompanied by a secure, southerly facing garden and enjoying pleasant far-reaching views, the house is stylishly-decorated throughout and incorporates three double bedrooms, three bathrooms and two flexible living areas. Set behind a neat lawned garden with a charming stone-mullioned frontage, the house opens into an airy hall incorporating useful storage and laid with rich wood effect flooring which flows through much of the ground-floor. Immediately to the left lies the first of two versatile reception areas, currently set up as a formal dining room with space for a dining area and comfortable seated furniture. Benefiting from a bright southerly-facing aspect, the neighbouring fitted kitchen boasts a characterful country-kitchen style and incorporates a casual breakfast bar. Timelessly classic ivory-toned cabinetry is supplemented by handsome timber effect worktops and an integrated dishwasher, an oven and a gas hob, paired with a sleek stainless-steel splashback. A freestanding fridge is also included, whilst next door an attractively-decorated utility room, with rear garden access, houses a freestanding freezer and a washing machine. Completing the ground floor accommodation is a chicly-tiled shower room. On the first floor, a bright landing accommodates a large, sumptuously carpeted living room and one of the three double bedrooms on offer. With a favourable southerly facing aspect, the living room is tastefully presented in white and soft grey tones and promises a versatile layout for furniture. On the second floor, a further landing affords access to a master suite, the remaining double bedroom (with both bedrooms incorporating useful built-in storage) and a three-piece family bathroom. With a captivating rural outlook and a sunny aspect, the opulently decorated master bedroom enjoys the addition of a stylish, well-lit ensuite shower room. All three bedrooms are fitted with plush, comfortable carpeting, whilst the bath and shower rooms benefit from attractive, yet practical oak-effect flooring. Gas central heating and double glazing throughout ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round. Externally, the house enjoys a rear southerly facing garden ideal for family recreation. Reassuringly secure for children and pets, this delightful sun-trap features a terrace for alfresco dining, a well-tended raised lawn and a handy shed. A nearby residents' car park provides unrestricted off-street parking.

Energy rating C

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