11 Clark Avenue, Musselburgh, EH21 7BS
Offers Over £225,000 - Closing Date: 12:00 - 14/10/2021
Beautifully presented three-bedroom end-terraced house in the popular coastal town of Musselburgh. The accommodation is set over two levels and at ground level comprises; a ...
- Bedrooms 3
- Reception Rooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
- Allocated Parking space
By Apt Paris Steele 01620 892138
Beautifully presented three-bedroom end-terraced house in the popular coastal town of Musselburgh. The accommodation is set over two levels and at ground level comprises; a welcoming entrance hall with a storage cupboard, a modern W.C. with a white two-piece suite, a bright living/dining room which has a storage cupboard and double patio doors leading to the rear garden and a kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of modern cabinetry and integrated appliances, including; gas hob, extractor hood, electric cooker, dishwasher, washing machine and fridge/freezer.
On the first floor there are three well-proportioned bedrooms, with the primary bedroom benefitting from built-in storage. The family bathroom is also on the first floor and is fitted with a modern, white suite with a shower over the bath.
Externally, the property is laid to lawn at the front with some shrubs lining the boundary. The south facing rear garden has also been laid to lawn with low maintenance artificial turf, a timber fence lining the boundary, a timber shed and a patio area for alfresco dining. There is a gate at the rear of the garden which leads to the allocated parking space.
One of Scotland’s oldest towns Musselburgh is a busy and thriving town about 7 miles to the east of Edinburgh. Spanning the River Esk with its pretty Roman bridge the town was built up around the coal and woollen industries and fishing from the harbour at Fisherrow. Reputedly the first proper golf club in the world, The Old Course at Musselburgh is now within the confines of Musselburgh Racecourse, which arrived in 1817 and The Open was played here six times up until 1889.
The town enjoys a bustling High Street with a variety of shops, banks, restaurants and large Tesco supermarket. There is a library, doctors and dentists surgeries and schooling, both private and state from nursery to secondary levels and both the Queen Margaret University and Edinburgh College are nearby.
Recreationally there is much to enjoy including, local golf clubs, a leisure centre with swimming pool, the Quayside Leisure Centre, Racecourse, the Brunton Theatre and enjoyable country walks along the River Esk.
Commuting to the city centre is easy with regular bus and rail links and the city bypass gives quick and easy access to the outer city limits, the airport, the city centre and the Kinnaird Park Retail Centre is only 5 minutes away by car.
Early viewing is recommended.