Property history for 63 Pendreich Avenue, Bonnyrigg, Midlothian, EH19 2EE

3 Bed Semi-detached House with 3 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£310,000 in April 2019 16.5%

£266,000 in October 2014

Details from last sale

in April 2019

The property

Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this stylishly refurbished and substantial semi-detached house, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and numerous flexible reception areas. Benefits from immaculate gardens and private parking. Well-placed for access to Bonnyrigg’s shops and rail links, with a quiet cul-de sac setting. On entering... More

Stuart & Stuart are proud to present this stylishly refurbished and substantial semi-detached house, with three bedrooms, two bathrooms and numerous flexible reception areas. Benefits from immaculate gardens and private parking. Well-placed for access to Bonnyrigg’s shops and rail links, with a quiet cul-de sac setting. On entering the home, you step into a welcoming vestibule and hall. To the left of the hall lie two southerly-facing, versatile sitting areas adjoined by a further hall with additional external access, serviced by a handy ground floor WC. Stretching the full depth of the property with a dual-aspect and garden access, the largest living area enjoys honey-coloured hardwood flooring, crisp muted décor and the stylish focal feature of a wall-mounted fire. Also leading off the main entrance hall and benefiting from a sunny southerly aspect is a large dining room incorporating a coal-effect fire with an understated marble and timber surround set against decorative accent wallpaper. From here, you step conveniently into a generous kitchen providing garden access, ideal for alfresco dining. As well as a sociable central breakfast bar, the recently-installed kitchen is exceptionally well-appointed with stylish, stark white fitted cabinets complemented by integrated downlighting and granite-effect worktops. Further equipping this immaculate space is an integrated eye-level oven and microwave, a gas hob paired with a striking ultra-modern hood and a freestanding fridge freezer and a dishwasher.Completing the lower level of accommodation is a chicly-styled utility room (with garden access and plumbing for white goods) and one of the three bedrooms on offer; a neutrally toned double bedroom served by a spacious, neighbouring shower room. Upstairs, a landing accommodates useful eaves storage, the master bedroom, and a good-sized single bedroom, both served by a Jack-and-Jill style bathroom. Bathed in natural light courtesy of a large, uniquely-designed window, with a favourable southerly-facing aspect, the generous master bedroom also boasts extensive bespoke fitted wardrobes. Tastefully styled in monochrome tones, the bright bathroom comprises a WC suite, set into vanity storage, and a P-shaped bathtub with an overhead shower. Gas central heating, with a 10-year warranty boiler, and double glazing throughout ensure optimum comfort and efficiency all year round. Externally, the house is accompanied by manicured gardens to the front and rear, incorporating neat lawned areas and low-maintenance artificial grass, as well as colourful established plant beds, numerous sheds for external storage and a large decked terrace, perfect for outdoor entertaining. Finally, a front driveway provides private parking for up to six vehicles.

Total Floor Area 162 m2
Energy rating C

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