This is a particularly attractive and extremely well presented two bedroom lower villa, located in a quiet courtyard setting in the popular seaside town of Musselburgh. The property is in walk-in conditional and has been freshly decorated and extremely well maintained throughout and benefits from having newly fitted carpets. Full...
This is a particularly attractive and extremely well presented two bedroom lower villa, located in a quiet courtyard setting in the popular seaside town of Musselburgh. The property is in walk-in conditional and has been freshly decorated and extremely well maintained throughout and benefits from having newly fitted carpets. Full double glazing and highly efficient “Economy” electric hot water central heating has been installed which ensures a comfortable living environment. The development is factored and there are shared landscaped gardens and visitor parking facilities. There is private gated access to the riverbank walkway.
The accommodation comprises; shared entrance hall, hall with excellent storage facilities, spacious sitting room with a double and one single windows overlooking private courtyard area, modern fitted kitchen with base and wall mounted units (all white goods included in the sale) and window with view to side, master bedroom with double built in wardrobes with mirrored sliding doors, second double bedroom with built-in wardrobe and shower room with contemporary wash hand basin, wc, vanity furniture and luxury massage shower set in corner unit with sliding doors.
Musselburgh is a historic and very independent town immediately adjoining the City Boundary and the shores of the Forth and situated only approximately 5 miles east of Edinburgh’s Princes Street. The High Street and North High Street affords a wide choice of chain and independent local shops including Luca’s famous ice cream. There is a large 24 hour Tesco Extra Supermarket close by, augmented by Aldi, Lidl and Iceland, Thai, Chinese and Nepalese Restaurants plus Ravelston House Hotel.
Recreation includes a much expanded range of venues for eating out including the visually stunning Glasshouse with French chateau styled open courtyard, and remodelled former pub 101, The Tolbooth and The Quayside. Musselburgh has been a golfing venue for hundreds of years with a historic 9 hole course situated next to the very popular racecourse with two other courses within easy reach. There are also two Leisure Centres, each with a pool. The Harbour offers boat and yacht moorings whilst the Forth offers fishing and water sports, in season. The surrounding countryside offers ample opportunities for walking, jogging and cycling. Musselburgh has its own Brunton Hall Theatre which is a performing Arts venue and hosts a number of shows and events. A new Primary Health Care clinic has recently opened and is within easy walking distance. There are also good schools within the local catchment area at primary and secondary levels and these include the highly regarded Loretto private school.
For the commuter there is a wide range of frequent bus services taking you to and from Edinburgh, serving many suburbs, parts of Lothian and beyond. An excellent rail link into Edinburgh Waverley Station and a short drive takes you to the A1 and the Sherriffhall roundabout which connects with the A68, A7 and the Edinburgh City Bypass, continuing on to the Airport, M8, M9, M90 and Central Scottish Motorway Network.
4.65 m X 3.68 m / 15'3" X 12'1"
2.72 m X 2.51 m / 8'11" X 8'3"
3.68 m X 2.79 m / 12'1" X 9'2"
3.68 m X 2.16 m / 12'1" X 7'1"
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