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11 High Street, Linlithgow
11 High Street, Linlithgow
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This stunning upgraded B-listed townhouse has been home to former Linlithgow restaurant owner David Nisbet and his family for the past 14 years.

This stunning upgraded B-listed townhouse has been home to former Linlithgow restaurant owner David Nisbet and his family for the past 14 years.

The four/five bedroom property in the High Street dates back to 1884.

It has been lovingly cared for by David and his partner Megan Anderson who have carried out extensive renovation and alterations.

David, owner of the former Marynka restaurant in the town, and Megan, have 
decided it is now time to downsize and are looking to move to the country.

David said: “I don’t believe in the concept of 
retiral but I have reached the stage in my life where it is time to move. The family are grown up with my youngest daughter now at university.

“ We are looking at moving to the East Lothian area. I enjoy sailing and do voluntary work in Edinburgh.”

The terraced townhouse offers spacious and flexible accommodation over three floors with a small garden to the rear.

At ground level, the 
entrance vestibule leads to an L-shaped hall, utility room with a range of wall and base units and cloaks/wc.

The first floor has a well-proportioned sitting room leading to a fitted galley-style kitchen, formal dining room, spacious double bedroom and study/fifth bedroom. The master bedroom is on the top floor, along with two further bedrooms, bathroom and separate shower room.

The attic is fully floored with the potential for conversion subject to planning consents.

The small, well kept raised garden at the back is accessed by a staircase and a garden shed is included in the sale.