**UNDER OFFER** Enjoying a prime setting at the heart of the tranquil village, this two-bedroom (plus box room) upper flat promises a period home in sought-after Roslin. The property is brimming with traditional charm, with many of its original features having been carefully preserved by the present owner. Externally the upper flat enjoys a private store cupboard, garden ground plus a gravel drive and unrestricted parking on Main Street and in the vicinity.
Accessed via a side gate, the traditional stone-built property is accessed via external steps leading up to the porch. The light-filled porch provides practical space for coats and shoes and flows into the inviting hall. Here restored floorboards, high ceilings and original panelled doors instantly create a period feel, which continues into the southwest-facing living/dining room. Beautifully presented with stripped floorboards and muted sage walls, this spacious yet cosy reception room is replete with a rustic stove sat atop a stone hearth and framed by an original surround. The living/dining room flows into the kitchen, which offers storage and workspace, plus a selection of freestanding appliances. The double bedroom is bathed in light from twin windows to the front and features another rustic fireplace with a traditional stove. The generous study/ dressing room just off the double bedroom is equipped with a loft bed and is currently utilised as a guest bedroom. The second bedroom is also fitted with a loft bed and is supplemented with a sizeable built-in cupboard. Additionally, the property boasts a floored attic which provides excellent storage. Completing the accommodation is a bright bathroom, comprising an electric shower-over-bath with a glazed screen, a vanity unit with an inset basin, and a toilet. Gas central heating and double-glazed windows guarantee year-round comfort and efficiency
Renowned as the site of ancient Rosslyn Chapel, the picturesque village of Roslin enjoys a tranquil yet convenient setting on the River North Esk, some seven miles south of Edinburgh. The village has retained much of its quaint charm, with an array of shops and amenities serving locals and visitors alike. These include thriving village store, a post office, an express supermarket, a library, a medical centre, a dental practice and a choice of traditional pubs, restaurants and guesthouses. The village promises a sought-after base for commuting professionals owing to excellent road links to Edinburgh City Bypass, Edinburgh International Airport, Queensferry Crossing and the M8/M9 motorway network. Home Report: £150,000. EPC Band: D.
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