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The three-bedroom mid-terrace villa makes a great family home. It benefits from a host of original features including an open fireplace, high ceilings, bay windows, tiled entrance hallway and a working Victorian bell pull.

The accommodation comprises vestibule, hallway, living room, kitchen, bathroom, two double bedrooms and a single bedroom plus a separate WC and front and rear gardens.

The living room – a good 13’ 1’’ x 11’ 10 – has a bay window to front with views over the river. It also has an original iron fireplace, Edinburgh press and chandelier, all finished off with period radiators.

The master bedroom is 17’ 1’’ x 11’ 10, also with a bay window, with views of the Forth and the Fife hills. It features a walk-in wardrobe and cornicing.

Grant Clark and his fiancee Alexandra have lived in the house for nearly three years and are only moving as they are looking for a larger property.

Grant said: “We’ve loved our time here. It’s central, in a good area, south facing – so gets lots of sun – and it’s nice and quiet. I was drawn to it because of the original features, which really do make the house what it is.”

The home has a small low- maintenance front garden plus south facing rear shared access garden with private decking space.

The property has on-road parking – Grant told us he has never failed to park his car outside.

Offers in region of £150,000

Agents: Paul Rolfe Estates

222a High Street

Linlithgow

Tel: 01506 828282

 

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