Individual and spacious single storey house with an appealing split level layout, large light and airy rooms and excellent storage. The house is set in the middle of a generous sheltered enclosed plot with wonderful privacy, mature planting, kitchen garden area, herbaceous borders, fruit trees, potting shed, lawns and sunny south facing patio area. There is also a double garage and garden store. Internally this well planned house benefits from a glazed vestibule, hallway with steps down to the generous sitting room with woodburning stove and doors to patio, dining room again with access to the garden, kitchen with Aga and fitted units, utility room, pantry and cloakroom with WC. The principal bedroom has fitted wardrobes and en suite bathroom and there are three further bedrooms and a modern shower room.
Freehold. Council Tax Band: G
Longniddry offers an excellent quality of life within easy access of Scotland's Capital City. (under 20 minutes by train into Waverley) It is justly famous for its beautiful village centre, excellent beaches and a variety of golf courses and wildlife. Longniddry has a GP surgery, library/community centre, tennis courts, playpark and community use football pavilion with cafe, a primary school with an excellent reputation with community access all weather pitch, church and associated community hall, thriving community organizations and clubs, Scout hall, pharmacy, Post Office and a variety of local shops, and veterinary practice. There is good local schooling in East Lothian whilst the private Compass school in Haddington is available for primary schooling and further private schooling is available at Loretto in Musselburgh and in the City. A number of private schools have bus services which uplift from Longniddry.
Fixtures and Fittings
The carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings throughout are included in the sale price together with the Aga range cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The property benefits from gas central heating and is double glazed throughout. The development is factored by the Glassel Park Association with an annual charge of £95 for maintenance of the communal areas.