Property highlight: Period features . Sought after location . Mature garden with excellent privacy . Studio & garage
Rarely available opportunity to secure a spacious and well presented detached period house with a flexible layout and large mature gardens. Situated in a sought after location close to Belhaven Bay with an open outlook to the front. The large gardens offer excellent privacy and there are various spaces to sit and enjoy the sheltered aspect. A kitchen garden with raised beds and a greenhouse combined with a studio and single garage with driveway parking to the front all add to the appeal. Internally the house provides light and airy rooms with period features and modern kitchen and bathrooms. The living room has a wood burning stove, to the front is a cosy family room, the conservatory opens directly to the garden and the kitchen /dining room has an excellent selection of fitted units. There is a double bedroom and a shower room on the ground floor. Upstairs there are two further double bedrooms, a single bedroom currently used as an office and a bathroom with separate shower. There is Planning Permission in place to replace the conservatory with a large garden room Planning Ref 20/01280/P.
Belhaven is situated on the outskirts of Historic Dunbar, which is surrounded by fantastic scenery is a vibrant, thriving town with a real sense of community. There is a bustling high street with an excellent selection of independent and artisan shops, restaurants and galleries with the convenience of a large supermarket on the outskirts. There are excellent schools in the area. The two colourful working harbours beneath the ruined castle are the hub of the town and the Harbour Trust is an active part of local life. The Dunbar Battery has recently been spectacularly restored to create a unique open-air venue with an amphitheatre and a coastal garden. There is also a leisure centre with a swimming pool and a newly opened platinum fitness centre, two golf courses, beautiful sandy beaches, spectacular cliff top walks and the John Muir Country Park. The town is also home to Coast to Coast, Scotland’s largest surfing school. The convenience of easy access to Edinburgh City Centre by train (25 minutes) or via a regular bus service and access to the A1 and City Bypass is easy and straightforward, which combined with accessibility to Newcastle and the South by train or car adds to the appeal of this sought-after town.
Fixtures and Fittings
The carpets and blinds throughout are included in the sale price together with the Rangemaster Range cooker, extractor hood and the shed, greenhouse and studio in the garden. Predominantly double glazed throughout with gas central heating.