- Updated On:
- 26 February 2024
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
Closing Date Set for Tuesday 21st at 11am – Nestled within an established residential development in popular Uphall, a lovely three bedroom semi-detached villa, presented to an immaculate standard, inside and out, offering a wonderful family home in perfect move-in condition. The front and rear gardens have been tastefully landscaped, with ease of maintenance in mind.
Lying at the end of a cul-de-sac and positioned behind a pretty front garden and mono-bloc driveway, an entrance vestibule with a handy downstairs WC, leads into a light and airy hall. On the left is an elegant lounge, finished in a warm yellow hues and rich dark wood effect flooring, is perfect for family life and entertaining, with scope for various seating arrangements around a modern stone fireplace. A doorway from the lounge marks the transition into the inviting kitchen diner. At one end, kitchen cabinets wraparound three walls, providing ample storage and worktop space, whilst accommodating white goods. Next to the dining area is a supplementary pantry/store and access door to the rear garden. Returning to the hall, stairs lead to an airy landing, where there are two delightful double bedrooms (both with built-in mirrored wardrobes), a single bedroom and an attractive three-piece bathroom, comprising a shower-over-bath, a vanity unit with an inset basin, chrome towel-radiator, and back to wall WC. The landing also provides hatch access to a loft. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing throughout, ensuring a comfortable home all year round.
Uphall is one of the many traditional West Lothian towns, popular with commuters, due to it’s close proximity to the M8, M9 and Forth Road Bridge, offering fast efficient connections to Edinburgh, Livingston, Glasgow and Stirling, including Uphall station. Edinburgh International Airport is only a 5 mile journey. Merged with Broxburn, there are excellent local amenities on it’s traditional high street, including banks, post office, pharmacy, library and medical centre. Leisure opportunities include a sports centre, bowling club and Ratho climbing wall is a short drive away. The union canal offers walking and cycling, with access into Edinburgh or onto the Falkirk Wheel. Excellent schooling is provided with a choice of 3 primary schools, and Broxburn Academy, one of Scotlands top state academies. For commercial business, Broxburn has two excellent industrial commercial areas and surrounded by many more at Newbridge and Livingston.