Boasting generous proportions and a sunny south-west facing rear garden, this two-bedroom traditional mid-terraced villa, is brimming with charm. Nestled in an established residential area in popular Penicuik, the property enjoys an elevated position behind a neat front garden. Welcoming you into the home is a spacious hall, which boasts an under-stair cupboard. Directly ahead, the stylish living room, enjoys patio doors opening onto a decked area and long lawned garden, along with a lovely summer house for some outdoor entertaining. The living room flows into the good-sized kitchen, which also enjoys the sunny, south-westerly aspect overlooking the rear garden. In addition to ample storage and worktop space, the kitchen also benefits from a rear lobby with pantry/cupboard and a side door into the vennel which also has access to the rear garden. Continuing upstairs, the airy landing has two well-proportioned double bedrooms. Bathed in light from dual-aspect windows, the larger bedroom boasts large built-in wardrobes, while the other is supplemented by two deep cupboards. Completing the first floor is the bright three-piece bathroom, featuring a shower-over-bath, with glass screen. Gas central heating and double glazing is fitted throughout.
Penicuik is a thriving town, situated approx. 9 miles south of Edinburgh city centre. Due to it's proximity to Edinburgh, it has become popular with commuters. It shelters beneath the south eastern slopes of the Pentland Hills and lies along the northern bank of the River North Esk. Local amenities are what you would expect from a large town, high street names, mixed with independent shops, and a large Tesco store, There are several primary schools, two secondary, a library and rejuvenated leisure centre with swimming pool. The town offers a wide variety of cafes, bars and restaurants, for your entertainment. Surrounded by countryside, an excellent choice of outdoor activities are available, fabulous walks in the Penicuik Estate, surrounding the historic Penicuik House, the Pentlands Regional Park, includes walking, mountain biking, horse riding, the dry ski slope and a number of golf courses, with the local Glencorse Golf Club, a 5 minute journey. On the outskirts of Penicuik is the Bush Estate, which now comprises, the Edinburgh Science Park, Moredun Institute and the Easter Bush campus of Edinburgh University. Ideally placed for visiting the capital of Scotland and its attractions, it is serviced by a regular 10 minute bus service operating into the city, the city by pass is within easy reach and the Scottish Borders are easily accessible by car or bus service.