Property history for The Rig, Haddington Road, Aberlady, Longniddry, East Lothian, EH32 0RX

4 Bed Semi-detached House with 3 Reception Rooms

Sale history

£528,000 in December 2017

Details from last sale

in December 2017

The property

Description The Rig is a unique and deceptively spacious four bedroom former farm building conversion with private and well stocked walled gardens, attached double garage and impressive garden studio/home office. This charming period property has been sympathetically adapted by the current owners to form an interesting and extremely... More

Description The Rig is a unique and deceptively spacious four bedroom former farm building conversion with private and well stocked walled gardens, attached double garage and impressive garden studio/home office. This charming period property has been sympathetically adapted by the current owners to form an interesting and extremely well laid out family home with excellent storage on the first floor, extensive wood panelling and underfloor heating throughout the ground floor accommodation. The property is accessed via a lane off Haddington Road leading to the attached double garage and two gates provide access to the garden. The well presented accommodation comprises on the ground floor - main door entrance opening into an interesting kitchen/dining room with large central island having a breakfast bar area, selection of modern black units with solid oak work surfaces, double sink, Zip hydro tap providing instant hot water, pop up electrical plug tower, feature wooden beams and structural beam with LED strip lighting, further selection of kitchen units, red gas Aga with two ovens and two hot plates and space for a large dining table making this space ideal for dining and entertaining; utility room with further door to the garden, selection of kitchen units and space for a dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and large fitted wine rack, door to attached double garage which provides useful additional storage; shower room off with shower, WC and WHB and open plan sitting room with Hwam multi fuel stove and large sliding doors leading to the well stocked gardens and garden studio; and on the first floor - landing with large double wardrobe; master bedroom with triple aspect making most of the views to the garden; en-suite shower room with rooflight, shower enclosure, WC and WHB; double bedroom 2, double bedroom 3 currently used as a home office with a window and double fitted wardrobes, inner hall with double wardrobes, double bedroom 4 again with window and built in cupboard and family bathroom with a corner shower cubicle, bath, WHB and WC. The stunning garden studio/home office has a vaulted ceiling and large siding doors leading to a decked patio area. Internally, there is a Jotul multi fuel stove, surround sound system and projector ideal for family entertainment. Location The beautiful coastal conservation village of Aberlady, on the southern shores of the Firth of Forth, lies approximately 30 minutes by car or by train from Edinburgh. The East Lothian coastline is one of natural beauty with Aberlady Bay itself being a famous Nature Reserve. Kilspindie and Craigielaw golf courses are both close to the property whilst the famous Muirfield, Gullane, Luffness and Longniddry golf courses are all nearby. The village itself offers good local amenities and is served by two hotels with restaurant facilities, local shops and a primary school with a nursery. The property is within the catchment area for North Berwick High School and Loretto Private School in nearby Musselburgh. The market town of Haddington, 5 miles to the south, offers a wide range of shops, supermarket facilities and sports centre, with further shops, restaurants and supermarket available in nearby North Berwick. There are numerous golden sandy beaches close by including Gullane Bents and yellowcraigs/Broad Sands. Drem and Longniddry train stations, the City Bypass and the Central Scotland Motorway network, together with Edinburgh International Airport, are all within easy reach. Garden The mature and fully enclosed gardens are laid to lawn with a selection of mature trees and shrubs. There is also a greenhouse, wood shed and a paved patio ideal for enjoying the peaceful setting. The garden studio offers additional living accommodation and has a wood burning stove making this space available for all year round use. Double Garage and Parking There is an attached double garage to the side of the property which can be accessed via the double garage doors or from the house itself. Fixtures and Fittings All carpets, blinds and light fittings throughout the property are included in the sale price together with the red Aga in the kitchen. Services The ground floor accommodation is heated by underfloor electric heating throughout together with a wood burning stove in the living room and gas Aga in the kitchen. The first floor bedrooms all have electric night storage heaters.

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Energy rating E

Sold property prices

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Simpson & Marwick - North Berwick

01620 532654

88 High Street, North Berwick, EH39 4HE

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