Originally built in 1925 as a pair of traditional Buccleuch Estates’ farm cottages, this is now a highly desirable and attractive detached family house, set within its own extensive gardens and offering fabulous unrestricted views of Edinburgh and The Pentlands. It lies 11 miles from the centre of Edinburgh making it comfortably commutable.
•Kitchen with adjoining pantry
•Oil fired central heating
The house sits in about quarter of an acre, with a delightful east facing enclosed, with fences and hedges, back garden, with lawns at both extremities and a gravelled centre piece with a pergola, well established shrubs and trees; there is also, a very useful garden shed. To the front, there are lawns off-set at both ends of the house, as well as space to park off the road.
The thriving Midlothian town of Dalkeith is approximately 2.5 miles (10 minute drive) to the West of the house and 11 miles (25 minute drive) South East of Edinburgh’s city centre, thus making it easily commutable. Dalkeith provides good shopping and attracts people from outside the town to use its amenities. There are a variety of banking, building societies and Post Office services as well as a Sainsbury’s Local , a Tesco and a Morrisons. Several of Edinburgh’s private sector schools run private bus services from Eskbank and Loretto School at Musselburgh is within easy reach. Dalkeith is well served by public transport to and from the city centre. Trains from Eskbank Station take 15 to 20 minutes to Edinburgh and the City By-pass is a short drive away and leads to the motorway network.
Extras: All fitted flooring, appliances and window coverings are included in the sale
Council Tax: F