Forming part of a charming, B-listed steading conversion near Kirkliston, this mid-terraced house enjoys three bedrooms, a generous reception area, two bathrooms, and immaculate, modern interiors, plus a landscaped private garden, access to shared gardens, and a large single garage.
B-listed steading conversion
Modern mid-terraced house
Entrance hall with storage and WCLiving/dining room with stove
Three double bedrooms
One en-suite shower room
Private rear garden
Access to shared gardens
Large single garage
Private residents’ parking
Gas central heating
Boasting a tranquil, rural location on the outskirts of Kirkliston, perfect for families and professionals preferring a quiet, yet well-connected setting, this beautifully-presented, three-bedroom modernised mid-terraced house forms part of an historic, B-listed steading conversion.
Tucked down a lane leading off the shared parking area, the home instantly endears with its rustic stone exterior, pantile roof and powder-blue front door, which opens into an L-shaped hall with a large built-in storage cupboard and a handy WC. To the left of the hall lies the heart of the home: the wonderfully bright and spacious living and dining room. Occupying a generous floorspace which spans the entire depth of the property, this dual-aspect reception area promises fantastic flexibility for numerous furniture layouts, with a charming feature wall and a striking stove as focal points.
A patio door to the rear of the room opens out onto the garden, extending the space outdoors. Next door, a spacious kitchen awaits. Here, an outstanding selection of grey and wood-styled Shaker wall and base cabinets (fitted in early 2017) equip the room and are accompanied by quartz worktops and metro-tiled splashbacks. A full complement of appliances is neatly integrated, namely a fridge/freezer, a double multifunction oven, a warming drawer, a gas hob, a statement extractor hood, a dishwasher, and a washing machine. The kitchen also features a door opening onto the rear garden – ideal for alfresco entertaining and barbecuing during the warmer months!
On the first floor, an airy landing with loft access leads to three double bedrooms and a bathroom. The luxurious master suite stretches the entire width of the property and comprises a spacious sleeping area, a walk-in dressing room (with fitted storage), and a pristine en-suite shower room. The remaining bedrooms overlook the rear garden and one incorporates a built-in wardrobe, whilst the other accommodates a fitted chest of drawers and wall shelving. Finally, the tastefully-tiled bathroom comes complete with a bathtub with on overhead shower and a glazed screen, a basin atop an open storage unit, and a toilet. The house is heated by a gas central heating system.
Externally, the home is accompanied by a private, landscaped rear garden with a decked dining terrace and a lawn, and enjoys access to well-kept shared gardens. Private parking is provided by a large single garage, with further residents’ parking available in the development.
Extras: The property shall be sold as seen.
Kirkliston is a beautiful, rural village surrounded by rolling farmland and woodland. Steeped in history, Kirkliston originally appears in documents as Listona, Listun or Listone, meaning court dwelling-place, as it was the location of the first recorded Scottish parliament in 1235. Kirkliston is conveniently located for Edinburgh city bypass, motorway networks, the Forth Road Bridge and Edinburgh airport, making it popular with commuters looking to escape to the countryside. The village boasts a fine selection of local amenities including shops, Post Office, pubs and cafes, and is just a short drive away from the Gyle shopping centre, where you will find a host of well-known retailers and restaurants. Dalmeny train station and further shopping facilities are available in nearby South Queensferry, and, of course, Edinburgh’s shops, nightlife and other attractions are within easy reach. Early years and primary education is provided at Kirkliston Primary, which enjoys an excellent reputation, while secondary pupils are educated at nearby Queensferry High. Kirkliston offers a wide range of recreational activities at its well-equipped leisure centre and the surrounding countryside offers excellent outdoor pursuits such as walking, golf courses, cycling and horse riding.
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