Unique detached cottage situated in the small hamlet of Dewarton, on the outskirts of Gorebridge in Midlothian, within the boundary of the Vogrie Country Park. The property is within a picturesque setting and provides a country style living yet being an ideal commuter base into Edinburgh or the South with it's close proximity to the...
Unique detached cottage situated in the small hamlet of Dewarton, on the outskirts of Gorebridge in Midlothian, within the boundary of the Vogrie Country Park. The property is within a picturesque setting and provides a country style living yet being an ideal commuter base into Edinburgh or the South with it's close proximity to the main road networks. The property is surrounded by garden ground and the accommodation comprises:-Entrance vestibule. Reception hall with storage. Generously proportioned living room with feature fireplace. Dining room with bay window & feature fireplace. Four double bedrooms with fitted storage. Bedroom 5/Study with access to gardens. Modern fitted kitchen with appliances. Spacious four piece bathroom. Oil central heating. Some double glazing. Mostly secondary glazing. Attic storage space .Extensive surrounding gardens. Driveway.Lock-up/garage. Dewartown is a picturesque village in the heart of Midlothian, surrounded by unspoilt scenery and located between the villages of Pathhead and Gorebridge on the B6372 road. Pathhead is a thriving community with a variety of clubs and societies, bowling club and an excellent medical practice. Gorebridge has a good selection of shops and services including Post Office facilities. Gorebridge also has a leisure centre with a variety of clubs and societies, a library and bowling club. There are also excellent amenities easily reached in the market towns of Bonnyrigg and Dalkeith. There is a Tesco Superstore nearby and the retail parks at both The Fort and Straiton are within easy reach. Schooling is well catered for with Primary schools in Pathhead and Gorebridge and Newbatlle High School is also closeby. There is easy access to the City of Edinburgh via a choice of roads, either the A68 or the A7. The road network has significantly improved and as a result, the city bypass is within easy reach giving convenient access to the Scottish motorway network and Edinburgh International Airport. Gorebridge has recently taken advantage of the new Borders railway line which is just 5 minutes away, providing an easy commute into Edinburgh. There are also frequent bus services from Gorebridge and Pathhead to Edinburgh itself and by car takes between twenty and thirty minutes depending on traffic while Sheriffhall Park and Ride can be reached in 15 minutes
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