41 Craigleith View, Station Road, North Berwick, EH39 4BF
Offers Over £170,000
Bright one bedroom, second floor retirement flat in the sought after Craigleith View development with fantastic sea views across the Firth of Forth to Fife and just a short walk ...
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- Residents Car Park
By Apt Paris Steele 01620 892138
Bright one bedroom, second floor retirement flat in the sought after Craigleith View development with fantastic sea views across the Firth of Forth to Fife and just a short walk to the town centre.
Entry is through the communal entrance hall and a lift takes you to the second floor. This apartment occupies an end of corridor position, affording a quite spot within the building. The property is very well presented and offers a stunning outlook from the lounge, kitchen and bedroom. The spacious dining lounge has a large window with glazed doors and a Juliet balcony to enjoy the great views. There is a fitted kitchen with a range of units and appliances, a double bedroom with a fitted wardrobe and a bathroom with a bath with overhead shower and vanity unit. There is double glazing and electric heating installed and the property benefits from emergency pull cords in each room, residents parking and well-kept communal garden grounds. There is an attractive communal lounge on the ground floor for all residents to use, as well as a laundry room, and guest bedroom which can be booked for visiting friends and family.
The development is factored by Trinity Factors and there is an annual charge of approximately £1,266. This charge includes buildings insurance, the maintenance of the grounds, building and lift, the House Manager and the 24 hour emergency contact.
North Berwick is a very attractive coastal town approximately 25 miles east of Edinburgh. From its picturesque 12th century harbour there are beautiful sandy beaches with stunning views to the Bass Rock, Craigleith, Fidra, Lamb and beyond to the Fife coast.
The town has much to offer with a thriving High Street offering a wide range of independent shops, boutiques, cafes and restaurants plus two superstores on the edge of town.
There is a wide range of recreational activities including the award-winning Seabird Centre, The Yacht Club, bowling, tennis courts and a sports centre with swimming pool. There are also extensive Community groups available including art groups, bridge and lunch clubs, as well as several well supported churches. For the golf enthusiast The Glen and The West Links are close at hand with many other well-known clubs in the immediate area.
The town is well served by public transport links via the train station and various bus services.