- Updated On:
- March 23, 2023
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Under offer at the closing date for roughly 15% over Home Repot Value
On an elevated position, in Prestonpans, this lovely two-bedroom semi- detached villa, boasts views over the Firth of Forth from the rear garden and from the bedrooms.
The property stands on a large plot with extensive outside space, plus a vast garage/workshop that has tremendous potential for development, with the permissions. Having been upgraded this great home, is presented with stylish interiors and an ultra-modern kitchen. In the generous hallway, a spacious lounge/diner sits to left, enjoying a dual aspect, the front window has a southerly aspect with natural light all day. Positioned to the rear and overlooking the rear garden, is a stunning sleek black gloss kitchen with white ‘metro’ tiling, housing a range of fully integrated appliances. A partially glazed door leads into the vast garage/workshop, which in turn gives access to the rear garden. Upstairs, the bright landing accommodates two excellent double bedrooms and a stylish three-piece bathroom. There is attic space, along with gas central heating and double glazing.
The historic Prestonpans is one of the many coastal towns of East Lothian. Excellent local amenities can be found on the high street, with additional facilities found in nearby Musselburgh and Tranent with Fort Kinnaird Retail Park a 20 minute drive away. Surrounded by beautiful countryside and beaches, there are numerous leisure activities available. Leisure centres with swimming pools can be found in Musselburgh and Tranent. East Lothian is renowned for it’s golf courses with the excellent Royal Musselburgh on your door step, and the famous Muirfield a short drive down the coast. In early summer, Prestonpans along with neighbouring Cockenzie and Port Seton, stage The Three Harbours Festival. The town has an infant school, two primary schools and the comprehensive Preston Lodge High School, with the independent Loretto’s in Musselburgh. Prestonpans is now a popular commuter town, with excellent transport links, including regular bus services and it’s own train station, offering a mere 14 minute journey into the city centre. The A1 is nearby for fast links into Edinburgh or the City bypass.