Home Report value is £370,000. This charming traditional Victorian detached house, dating from 1882, boasts generous accommodation over two floors including two/three reception rooms (plus a dining kitchen), three/four bedrooms, and an enchanting private rear garden. Located within the heart of the village in the conservation area of...
Home Report value is £370,000. This charming traditional Victorian detached house, dating from 1882, boasts generous accommodation over two floors including two/three reception rooms (plus a dining kitchen), three/four bedrooms, and an enchanting private rear garden. Located within the heart of the village in the conservation area of East Saltoun, it is ideally located for a semi-rural village lifestyle yet within striking distance of Edinburgh. The characterful features of this stone-built property have been thoughtfully modernised and enhanced by a palate of neutral décor throughout.
Entered via a welcoming vestibule, a long reception hall, with doors opening to the rooms either side, welcomes you into the heart of the house. To the right, is the inviting living room; here a fireplace with natural wood hearth, and woodburning stove creates a cosy focal point. From here, a glazed door allows an open flow to the triple aspect garden room, an airy space including a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows, with a glazed door, providing a direct connection to the garden.
The bright dining kitchen includes a range of solid oak fitted floor and wall mounted units, incorporating integrated appliances, centred around a spacious dining area – ideal for entertaining and socialising. There is a walk-in cupboard (plumbed for a washing machine) and a useful rear door to a patio, perfect for alfresco dining. The fourth bedroom, situated next to the living room, offers flexibility to be used as a formal dining room or family room, if required. The house boasts a further three bedrooms. A spacious master bedroom (with dual aspect), and bedroom two (or alternatively a home office) radiate off a central landing on the first floor. The final double bedroom is conveniently located on the ground floor. A first-floor shower room (with an electric shower) and a ground floor bathroom (incorporating a bath with shower-over) complete this generously proportioned accommodation.
There is oil central heating and the property benefits from double glazing. At the side of the house is off-street parking, and gates which give access to the delightful sunny cottage garden. Landscaped with a paved sandstone patio enhanced by dry stone walling, stone steps lead to a lawn interspersed with beds of colourful shrubs and herbaceous planting. It offers an enchanting space for outdoor relaxation.
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