Offers Over £445,000
Property reference: 82522
Closing date: 21 Dec 2017
McDougall McQueen present to the market this stunning extremely spacious detached cottage, sitting in 1.25 acres of beautiful garden grounds, on the outskirts of the much sought-after location of historic Roslin village. Originally dating back to 19th century, this property offers the discerning buyer a host of public rooms including two generously sized conservatories, providing a flexible layout and the potential to extend even further, perhaps into the roof space (given statutory planning and local authority consents). The property is brought to the market in excellent order throughout having been lovingly cared for by its current owners and comprises: Entrance porch, spacious lounge with dining area off, conservatory one, family/tv room, newly refurbished kitchen with range cooker and a range of integrated appliances, base and wall units and breakfast bar, utility room, conservatory two, master bedroom with dual aspect windows, en-suite bathroom with separate shower cubicle, two further double bedrooms, inner hall and a family shower room. The property is further enhanced for family living with gas central heating, double glazing, external storage, two multiple car driveways, two garages and numerous sheds and greenhouses offering exceptional outside storage and workspace. The expansive garden grounds offer a plethora of plants, vegetation and patio areas which are surrounded by stunning woodland.Viewing is essential to fully appreciate this outstanding property and its grounds and an appointment should be made at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
Viewing: By appointment telephone 0131 240 3818
Powdermill Cottage B7003
The village of Roslin is located approximately eight miles south of Edinburgh's City Centre. This idyllic little village has a good choice of day to day local stores whilst the Straiton Retail Park offers a wide choice of High Street named stores and is located approximately two milesaway.
This is an ideal location for the commuter with the Edinburgh City Bypass being approximately two miles which in turn allows access to all central Scotland's main road arteries.