HD property video available. This well proportioned and freshly decorated three bedroom lower villa is set within spacious gardens in the extremely popular town of Penicuik to the south side of Edinburgh.
The flat is entered by a large privately owned garden which is mainly laid to lawn and bordered by a selection of mature shrubs and plants. Front door leads to entrance vestibule and hallway through to lounge which in turn flows to the kitchen with a selection of floor and wall mounted units. The appliances include a four ring cooker with oven and grill, fridge and freezer. Back door out to shared drying green and there is also a privately owned garden which is mainly laid to lawn.
Back through to the hallway where there is a large hall cupboard. Two double bedrooms. One with wardrobes which will be included in the sale price. Bedroom three. The bathroom has a white three piece suite comprising bath with mains shower over, wash hand basin and WC.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and there may be some items of furniture available by separate negotiation.
EPC Band - C
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A few things about this property:
- Three Bedrooms
- Spacious Lounge
- Large Garden
The finer detail:
- Double Glazing
- Gas Central Heating
- EPC Band C
What we love about our house
Over the year's I've lived in Penicuik, I have found the school's great, and the area has fantastic walks. John Clarke's Estate surrounds the area, with a Secret garden and an old railway line. The area is close to Peebles, which has walks and great shops. The Pentland Hills are parallel with Penicuik which have beautiful scenic walks.\nI have loved the big garden, and planted most things in it, though now work and travel don't give me enough time it needs to nurture and look after it.
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