95 Lammermuir Crescent, Dunbar, EH42 1DP
Offers Over £140,000
This two-bedroom lower villa lies within easy reach of Dunbar’s outstanding amenities, including the bustling, award-winning High Street, the train station, beautiful open ...
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By Apt Paris Steele 01620 497497
This two-bedroom lower villa lies within easy reach of Dunbar’s outstanding amenities, including the bustling, award-winning High Street, the train station, beautiful open spaces and parks, and the beach.
The private front door opens into an inviting hallway with useful built-in storage. At the end of the hall, a generous living room awaits. Illuminated by twin southerly-facing windows flooding the space with sunny natural light, this elegant reception room enjoys neutral décor enhanced by a bold feature wall, classic coving, and rich wood-styled flooring. A fireplace (flanked by built-in storage) creates a warming focal point. The reception room is conveniently connected to the kitchen, where space is provided for a dining table and chairs and a door affords access to the garden. Modern, wood-inspired cabinets are framed by granite-styled worktops and bright splashback tiling. Integrated appliances consist of an electric oven, a gas hob, and an extractor hood, whilst a freestanding fridge/freezer and a washing machine are included.
The villa’s two double bedrooms are light filled and airy, with one boasting a sunny aspect, and both are accompanied by built-in storage. A bathroom completes the accommodation and comprises a bath with an overhead shower, a pedestal basin, and a WC. Gas central heating (powered by a boiler fitted in October 2021) and double glazing ensure year-round comfort and efficiency.
Externally, the villa boasts its own private front garden and a rear garden with a lawn and a patio area for outdoor seating. Unrestricted on-street parking can be found on Lammermuir Crescent.
Historic Dunbar is a thriving town with a real sense of community, situated on the stunning East Lothian coast yet less than half an hour from either Edinburgh or Berwick by train. Its two working harbours are the hub of the town and the Dunbar Battery has been recently restored to create a unique open-air venue with amphitheatre and coastal garden. The vibrant High Street offers many independent shops, galleries restaurants and coffee houses with the convenience of a large supermarket on the outskirts of town. There’s plenty for sports fans: a leisure centre with a swimming pool and a newly opened platinum fitness centre, two golf courses, Foxlake Cable Wakeboarding Park, and Coast to Coast: Scotland’s largest surfing school. There are beautiful sandy beaches, spectacular cliff top walks and the John Muir Country Park. Dunbar is known for its outstanding schools, both at primary and secondary levels in both the public and private sector, with renowned Belhaven Hill independent school in the town. For commuters it’s a short trip to Edinburgh or Berwick by train or the A1 which is easily accessible.