Property history for Preston Kirk Manse, Preston Road, East Linton, East Lothian, EH40 3DS

7 Bed House - Detached with 4 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£765,000 in February 2020

Details from last sale

in February 2020

The property

Majestic former manse arranged over three floors in the lovely East Lothian village of East Linton. The spectacular property is set within extensive garden grounds. Built circa 1770, the property is unique to the market and boasts superb original features such as period cornicework, feature fireplaces and tiled flooring in the... More

Majestic former manse arranged over three floors in the lovely East Lothian village of East Linton. The spectacular property is set within extensive garden grounds. Built circa 1770, the property is unique to the market and boasts superb original features such as period cornicework, feature fireplaces and tiled flooring in the hallway. This substantial detached house would make the perfect home in an ideal location. It is set within easy commuter distance of Edinburgh on one side and the stunning East Lothian coastline on the other. The property features seven bedrooms and four public rooms. It allows for excellent natural light, making it a warm and homely family space. Additional features comprise a sun room on the first floor which offers attractive views. There is also excellent storage space throughout including a dressing room, pantry, store and box rooms. The property is surrounded by impressive garden grounds which can be seen on the plan on page 8 of the sales schedule. The gardens are bordered by imposing trees and shrubbery. Entered through iron gates, a gravelled drive leads to the property. There are gardens to the rear laid to grass and bounded by a holly hedge as well as a large walled garden. Within the grounds are three stone outbuildings with slated roofs to the right-hand side of the property. The accommodation comprises: On Ground Floor: Entrance Vestibule and Drawing Room, Sitting Room and Dining Room. The Inner Hall has a WC and Cloakroom off. There is a Breakfasting Kitchen and Utility Room with a Side Hall leading to the back door with a Sitting Room/Office, WC and Store Room off. On First Floor: Landing with Sun Room above the front door, a Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room. Four further Bedrooms, a Walk-in Linen Cupboard, Dressing Room, and Family Bathroom. On Second Floor: Landing, Box Room and Two Bedrooms. Gross Internal Floor Area: 400m2 or thereby. Council Tax Band- H Rating- F East Linton is a picturesque village, nestled on the edge of the River Tyne. It benefits from excellent local amenities including a post office, butcher, delicatessen, chemist, hotel, restaurant and pubs. A wider range of shops, restaurants, supermarkets and leisure facilities are available in nearby North Berwick, Haddington and Dunbar. The village and surrounding areas present a lovely area for walks through nearby Binning Wood and a footpath to the sea at Tyninghame. East Lothian's beautiful coastline is also within easy reach. For activities closer to home, there is a garden centre with a Victorian tearoom and the iconic National Trust property Preston Mill within in a short walk from the Manse. There is a local primary school in the village, with a secondary school in nearby Dunbar. Private schooling is also available at Compass in Haddington, Belhaven Hill in Dunbar, Loretto in Musselburgh with further choices available in Edinburgh. East Linton offers easy access to Edinburgh City Centre, the City Bypass, as well as the Central Scotland Motorway network and Edinburgh International Airport. Dunbar has a railway station providing direct rail links to Edinburgh and London.

Total Floor Area 400 m2
Energy rating F

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