Utterly charming upper villa located in the village of Pencaitland, East Lothian. Built in the late 1800’s Islay House served as the village shop, later converted into four upper and lower villas. The property is totally unique and offers a spacious living area, a private enclosed garden, and off street parking space. The property is well maintained throughout, allowing any buyer to move in with ease. The front facing living space offers a spacious lounge/dining area, with combed ceiling and a twin window formation allowing pleasant views, and excellent natural light. The beautiful working fireplace gives a fantastic focal point to the room. Situated off the lounge is a stylish modern kitchen with a sky light window. Both bedrooms are of excellent proportions, and offer ample space for beds and bedroom furniture. The refitted spacious bathroom has a 4 piece suite comprising a twin ended bath, shower cubicle, WC and wash hand basin set within vanity unit all set of perfectly with modern tiling. The property benefits from contemporary lighting, gas central heating, wood framed double glazing and open fireplace. Externally there is an enclosed private mature garden and off street parking.
The property is located in the pretty and sought after rural village of Pencaitland, East Lothian. Set in beautiful wooded countryside, with with the stunning coastline of East Lothian a short journey away. The Village includes a well-respected nursery and primary school, church, post office, café and pub. Glenkinchie Distillery with newly opened café is a pleasant off-road walk from the village. Haddington and Tranent are both within easy reach, providing more extensive facilities including secondary schooling. The nearby Golf Coast gives access the greatest concentration of links courses in the world. There are an extensive number of trails, including the Winton trails, Pencaitland railway walk, and East Lothian core paths network. Nearby Tranent also boasts the Loch Centre sports complex, with a 25m swimming pool, gym and children’s play area. Despite the rural feel of the village the city bypass and routes to central Edinburgh can be quickly accessed. Regular public bus services run to the village and the nearest railway station is only 5 miles away. The A1, A68 and City By-pass link Dunbar to the east, and many parts of Edinburgh and Lothians to the west, including the international airport.
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