This fabulous two-bedroom house has been fashioned from the former Bridgend Primary School and is in walk-in condition.
The school was converted into a mix of terraced houses and flats seven years ago and Jennifer and Gary Cox were the first residents.
The couple now have a two-year-old daughter and Jennifer said: “It has been a great house but we are now ready to move up the property ladder.”
Called The Beech Tree, the property has split-level accommodation over two floors.
The ground floor comprises an entrance hall with hooks for coats, storage cupboard, WC with white WC and wash hand basin. An impressive large open plan kitchen provides a relaxed dining area. The kitchen has base and wall mounted units and integrated appliances. It also benefits from Karndean flooring.
The dining area has a door leading to a lovely patio and garden.
There are five steps leading to the balustraded lounge area which has three large windows maximising the natural light.
The second floor has an open plan galleried bedroom which has a double wardrobe.
A second double bedroom has a double wardrobe and shower/WC with white WC, wash hand basin and double width shower cubicle with mixer shower.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and an alarm system. Extras are included in the price and there are gardens to front and rear.
There is a single garage with additional parking space to front, as well as an allocated parking space.
The property is extremely central, close to all local amenities and is just over two miles from Linlithgow railway station.