This traditional 3 bedroom semi-detached property, formed over two levels, has been extended to the rear and features spacious rooms, garage and shared drive-way. Whilst now in need of some upgrading this property offers fantastic potential for any buyer.
Internally the property consists of entrance hallway with stairs to the upper landing; shower room with two piece suite, sunken shower and built in storage; bright and airy lounge featuring original cornicing, large bay window and gas fire with surround; kitchen with a range of floor and wall mounted units; dining room with gas fire and surround,; rear porch with built in storage and access to the rear garden area; and a comfortable ground floor bedroom with fitted wardrobes and dual aspect windows.
On the upper landing there are two further bedrooms, one with built in storage, and a family bathroom which is fitted with a three piece suite.
Externally, the property enjoys a fully enclosed gardens to the front and side. The front garden has a variety of mature shrubbery, designated rose beds and a paved pathway. The side garden, which has an outbuilding housing the boiler, is mainly laid to paving stones and provides an ideal area for enjoying sunny days.
Further benefits include double glazing and gas central heating. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Bo’ness is a small town on the southern banks of the Firth of Forth located some 20 miles from Edinburgh. The town itself offers shopping and leisure facilities, and there are both primary and secondary schools. In the town centre there is a wide range of shops to choose from including Tesco and Lidl. The town itself offers recreational pursuits to include golf, fishing and a number of attractive walks via large open Greenland at the sea-front, Kinneil Estate and access to The John Muir Way. The popular Recreation Centre offers a swimming pool, squash and badminton courts, gym and astro-turf pitches. The town also boasts its own Steam Railway, historic renovated Hippodrome Cinema, the famous Bo’ness Fair Day and recently re-established historic Bo’ness Hillclimb. Linlithgow Train Station is approximately 2.5 miles away and there are regular bus services to Linlithgow, Falkirk and Stirling. In addition the Community Bus service provides a time tabled and bookable return service to Edinburgh at key morning, afternoon and early evening times.
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- Lounge – 15’5” x 15’4”
- Kitchen – 12’2” x 6’11”
- Dining Room – 15’7” x 14’9”
- Shower Room – 6’11” x 4’9”
- Master Bedroom – 16’5” x 10’
- Bedroom 2 – 13’7” x 12’10”
- Bedroom 3 – 12’1” x 10’01”
- Bathroom – 7’5” x 5’3”
All fitted floor coverings, light fittings & white goods (excluding dryer in outbuilding and freezer in hall cupboard.
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All interested parties are advised to view the Home Report prior to viewing the property.
The property has a Council Tax Band D.
The property has an Energy Rating Category E.
Viewings are strictly by appointment. To arrange a viewing, please call 01506 822 727 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prospective purchasers are advised to have their interest noted through their Solicitor as soon as possible in the event of an early closing date being set for the receipt of Offers. The seller reserves the right to accept an Offer without referral to any note of interest.
These presents are believed to be correct but no representations are made and they do not form part of any contract. The floor plan and measurements are indications only and should not be depended upon. Offerers must satisfy themselves as to their accuracy.
Please note that the systems/services referred to have not been tested by our clients or their agents and no warranty will be given as to their condition.
|Price:||Offers Over: £200,000|
|Address:||52 Linlithgow Road|
|Zip Code:||EH51 0DP|