- Updated On:
- 26 February 2024
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Beautifully renovated with swathes of natural light, this two-bedroom traditional semi-detached villa, has been transformed into a stunning contemporary home, plus a desirably large and versatile garden room (available by separate negotiation). Nestled in the pretty village of Newton, which overlooks the Firth of Forth and Fife, the property is secluded behind a tall fence and neat front garden
Welcoming you into the home is the exceptionally bright and spacious hall, which also boasts a cupboard and cloak room area underneath the stairs. On the left, is the vast living room and kitchen, flooded with light from dual aspect windows, and offers scope for various lounge/dining arrangements. Comfortable lounge furniture can be arranged around a cosy wood burning stove. The stylish kitchen lies to the rear of the space, fitted with grey ‘shaker’ style cabinets, acrylic worktops and charming Belfast sink. A supplementary utility room, has wall to wall tall cupboards hiding space for washing machine and additional storage, plus a back door to the garden. Continuing upstairs, the bright and airy landing accommodates two well- proportioned double bedrooms and a stylish shower room, featuring a walk-in shower, a vanity basin unit and WC. From the landing a cupboard houses a fixed ladder to the large loft, which has been insulated, plastered and floored, fitted with two velux windows, to create a lovely bright attic room. The property further enjoys electric central heating and double glazing. Externally, the vast garden room, is available by separate negotiation and is a versatile space; at present a bar, TV and games room.
The pretty village of Newton, looks out over the Firth of Forth and Fife. Lying close to the M90, Queensferry crossing and the M9, makes it ideal for commuting. Newton itself has a petrol station local store and an award winning gastro pub – ‘The Fat Pheasant’. Neighbouring South Queensferry (5 minute drive) offers all your everyday local amenities, large supermarkets, chic bistro/bars and schooling, both primary and secondary levels. Leisure facilities in the area include recreation centre with swimming pool, golf courses, a community centre, bowling green, library and the renowned Port Edgar Marina and Water Sports Centre. The local countryside has much to offer including parkland surrounding the historic stately homes of Hopetoun House and Dalmeny House plus a network of cycle and bridle paths and walkways, of which part is the John Muir Trail taking you to Crammond village. Edinburgh can be reached by road (A90) or
rail – Dalmeny train station. The Queensferry crossing(M90) takes you to Fife and further North, the M9 takes you to other parts of Central Scotland and West to Glasgow. Edinburgh Airport is also just a short drive away.