This single storey detached bungalow was built to a traditional specification by Boland in 1956, on a generous garden plot. The spacious interior is designed around a large central hallway to offer an excellent family home, which now requires general upgrading.
The easily managed accommodation includes a bright front facing twin windowed sitting room, four bedrooms – one of which makes an ideal dining room, a rear facing fitted kitchen, and bathroom. The house benefits from double glazed windows and a gas fired central heating system. A glazed hatch and sliding aluminium ladder in the reception hall give access to an extensive partly floored attic area, which is well insulated and contains a skylight. This offers some good storage space and may provide potential for conversion to further living space, subject to the usual checks and necessary permissions.
The popular Corstorphine district lies on the west side of the city approximately four miles from Princes Street. Corstorphine Village provides a good range of local amenities to cover every-day needs with more comprehensive facilities at the Gyle Shopping Centre, or Tesco Extra in Corstorphine. The property location offers good transport links to both the city centre and outwith. Leisure activities are well-supported locally with the nearby David Lloyd Leisure Club and golf courses at Turnhouse and Carrick Knowe.
The attractive south and west-facing rear garden offers a central lawn surrounded by colorful well stocked borders, several mature trees and a timber shed. The smaller front garden sits behind a low level stone wall and provides an ‘L’ shaped lawn surrounded by herbaceous borders. From here a deep concrete driveway offers good off-street parking, and leads to the DETACHED SINGLE GARAGE (Approx 16’4 x 8’1 max) with an electric ‘roll-up’ door. This has a rear door to the back garden, and two side facing windows.
The property will be sold with all fitted floor coverings, curtains, blinds, light fittings, and the kitchen appliances.