The Church of Scotland is pleased to be able to market a former spacious Church Manse. This attractive mid-terraced Edwardian villa is in good decorative condition and has been well maintained through the years. The property has a number of fine period features including original ornate cornice-work, two fire-places one of which...
The Church of Scotland is pleased to be able to market a former spacious Church Manse. This attractive mid-terraced Edwardian villa is in good decorative condition and has been well maintained through the years. The property has a number of fine period features including original ornate cornice-work, two fire-places one of which incorporates a wood-burning stove, the other being an open fire, and an original mosaic tiled floor in the vestibule. All windows are double sash, double glazed white uPVC. The external doors are both white uPVC. The full gas central heating system is heated by a Bosch Worcester combi boiler.
The original wooden sanded floor hall opens on the left into a large baywindowed, carpeted lounge which looks out onto the low maintenance front garden. On either side of the fire-place there is respectively an Edinburgh cupboard and an open shelved recess.
To the rear there is the laminate floored dining/family room with another Edinburgh cupboard. This room leads out into the fitted kitchen which in turn provides access to the rear patio and garden beyond. At the far end of the garden, which is fully walled, there is a pedestrian gate onto a narrow pathway which leads to another gate opening onto Glendevon Avenue.
At the far end of the hallway there is 'Bedroom 4' which is carpeted and which could be put to a variety of other uses including a study or children's playroom. Off the hall is an under-stair cupboard and across from it is a walk-in cupboard.
The carpeted staircase with original wooden handrail and balusters etc. leads to a large landing which incorporates another large cupboard with the Central Heating boiler. 'Bedroom 1', the original west-facing master bedroom, has been used recently as the minister's study and features the wood-burning stove as well as an original wooden sanded floor. Adjacent to it is 'Bedroom 3’, also with an original wooden sanded floor. To the rear is 'Bedroom 2' which is carpeted and has recently been used as the master bedroom and is adjacent to the tiled modern family bathroom with three piece suite including shower over bath and a ladder radiator.
Outside the house beyond the patio, which has both external lighting and a garden tap, and which is laid with Indian Sandstone there is an area of grass which opens onto an area of full garden width decking. At the side of the patio there is an 8' X 6' wooden garden shed.
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