This well-proportioned mid-terraced villa was originally constructed during the 1950's and is arranged over two floors. The spacious interior offers an excellent family home which has the benefit of gas fired central heating, and double glazed windows with PVC frames. The easily managed layout includes an 'L' shaped sitting room/dining...
This well-proportioned mid-terraced villa was originally constructed during the 1950's and is arranged over two floors. The spacious interior offers an excellent family home which has the benefit of gas fired central heating, and double glazed windows with PVC frames. The easily managed layout includes an 'L' shaped sitting room/dining room, with direct access to the fitted kitchen/breakfast room, three double bedrooms, and a fully tiled shower room which includes a modern white three piece suite incorporating a multi-point shower and vanity style wash basin. There is also a conservatory which overlooks the back garden, reached from a glazed door within the dining room. All bedrooms have fitted wardrobe space, and there is a hatch within the first floor landing ceiling giving access to the attic space above. The property could now benefit from some general improvements.
Bonnyrigg is a well-known town located approximately eight miles south east of Princes Street, close to Eskbank and Lasswade. There is a nearby link to the city by-pass offering fast routes to East Lothian, Edinburgh's International Airport, and the M8 and M9 motorway network, while Eskbank offers a rail link to the Borders and Waverley Station. Bonnyrigg provides excellent local amenities with a busy High Street filled with well-known outlets, supermarkets, many independent retailers, restaurants, pubs, banks, and a post office. A 24-hour Tesco superstore is located approximately one mile away, and the Pentland Retail Park at Straiton is within easy driving distance. The sporting enthusiast is well catered for with local rugby and bowling clubs, together with golf courses at Broomieknowe and King's Acre, which are only minutes away. The town also has a medical centre, and is served by three primary schools and Lasswade High School.
Eskdale Terrace sits on the north-west side of the town, and is most easily approached from Dobbies Road. Number 70 lies on the north side of the street, close to the intersection with Hawthornden Avenue.
The generous enclosed back garden provides a large paved patio which can enjoy good hours of sunshine, together with many mature shrubs, trees, a timber shed, and an aluminium framed greenhouse.
The property will be sold as seen with all fitted carpets, curtains, blinds, light fittings, and the kitchen appliances.
3.61 m X 2.84 m / 11'10" X 9'4"
6.55 m X 4.98 m / 21'6" X 16'4"
2.69 m X 2.64 m / 8'10" X 8'8"
4.29 m X 2.97 m / 14'1" X 9'9"
3.76 m X 2.82 m / 12'4" X 9'3"
3.43 m X 3.2 m / 11'3" X 10'6"
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