- Beautifully presented, flexible one bedroom, semi-detached bungalow, with private gardens.
- Set on a quiet residential street, located in the rural village of Elphinstone, by Tranent.
- Comprises an entrance hall, living room, kitchen, a double bedroom, a flexible study and a wet room.
- Features include gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, neutral decor, TV and telephone points, and integrated storage provision, including an attic.
- Externally the property benefits from established and well-maintained front and rear gardens, mostly laid to lawn, with a deck, timber shed and ample on-street parking to the front.
- A 360 Virtual Tour is available online.
- Home Report available on request.
Beautifully presented, flexible one bedroom, semi-detached bungalow, with private gardens. Set on a quiet residential street, located in the rural village of Elphinstone, by Tranent. The entrance hall gives access throughout the property, including a storage cupboard. Set to the rear, with a southerly-facing window allowing plenty of natural light, the living room features carpeted flooring, plain coving, a central light fitting and a TV wall mount. Set to the front, the kitchen is fitted with contemporary units and worktops, a sink with drainer and pressure tap, a tiled surround; and with appliances including a range-style cooker; and a dishwasher available by separate negotiation. To the rear, the bedroom features an open shelved storage cupboard, carpeted flooring and light fittings; whilst a flexible study is also set to the rear and could be used as a guest bedroom, featuring a TV wall mount and access to the rear garden. Completing the accommodation, set to the front, the wet room is fitted with a two-piece suite, wall panelling throughout and an electric shower. Elphinstone is a small, quiet village with an idyllic rural setting, providing a primary school, community centre, and a newsagent. Close by to the north, the town of Tranent offers supermarkets including an ASDA and ALDI, a doctor's surgery, leisure centre, library, and post office, whilst Fort Kinnaird retail park has an extensive range of major high-street names, restaurants and a multi-screen cinema. Set amid rolling countryside, Elphinstone is well-placed for rural walks, and access to the East Lothian coastline and its many superb beaches. Commuting into Edinburgh, there is direct access via the A1 to the city bypass and A199. There is a local bus service (110), with further services available from Tranent High Street, and train services from nearby Musselburgh, Wallyford, or Prestonpans. Tenure: Freehold. Council Tax Band: B.