Lying close to the heart of Broxburn and the scenic Union Canal, this four-bedroom detached family home enjoys a sought-after location; ideal for commuting professionals seeking a country town retreat, with excellent local road links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. Behind its attractive red-brick detailed façade, the house enjoys appealing contemporary
interiors and is presented in move in condition.
Set within a peaceful cul-de-sac development, the house welcomes you into a neutrally-toned hall, boasting cloakroom storage and lovely timber-effect flooring, flowing seamlessly through much of the ground floor accommodation.
Leading off the hall is a wonderfully spacious living room, lit by southerly-facing dual aspect windows and enjoying an inviting electric fire, set into an elegant understated surround. From the living room, double doors open into a formal dining room with French doors opening onto an expansive patio – perfect for extending the dining space on sunny days. Adjacent to the dining room is a bright, double-aspect kitchen offering space for a further casual dining/breakfasting
area. Fitted with a selection of crisp white contemporary cabinets, framed by excellent worktop space and striking mosaic splashback tiling, the kitchen is well-equipped with an integrated fridge and a stylish integrated oven, accompanied by a 5-ring gas burner and a statement curved hood, a freestanding tall fridge freezer and a dishwasher, as well as a built-in pantry cupboard.
Neighbouring the kitchen is a convenient WC and a utility room, incorporating a freestanding washing machine and dryer and offering external access.
On the first floor, a landing (with storage) leads to a master suite and a double bedroom, with built-in storage, a further double bedroom with a free standing wardrobe and a single bedroom; all attractively-decorated in a tasteful assortment of colour palettes. The generous master bedroom enjoys the added benefit of built-in storage and a stylishly-presented en-suite shower room, whilst, completing the internal accommodation is a lightly-toned family bathroom replete with a WC-suite and a shower-over-bath. Externally, the house enjoys a neat front lawn and a spacious rear garden; beautifully landscaped with a lawn, established plants and a sweeping mono-block patio terrace. A garden shed offers handy external
storage, whilst, to the front of the house, a garage and spacious driveway provide excellent private parking for multiple vehicles.
EPC Rating: D
Situated approximately 12 miles west of Edinburgh, the small West Lothian town of Broxburn is a thriving community served by an excellent range of local amenities. The bustling High Street boasts a wide variety of shops, supermarkets, cafés, pubs and restaurants, with further retail and leisure facilities available in nearby Livingston. Surrounded by miles of beautiful countryside, Broxburn is an ideal base to explore all the sports and leisure facilities available in and around West Lothian. Whether a relaxed round of golf at one of the many golf courses, or an adrenaline-pumping session
at the Edinburgh International Climbing Arena at nearby Ratho, there’s something for everyone. Country sports and outdoor pursuits are well catered for at Polkemmet, Almondell & Calderwood and Beecraigs country parks, plus great cycling and hillwalking opportunities are just a short drive away in the Pentland Hills. Broxburn enjoys an excellent range of state and independent schooling, with early years and primary education provided at the local primary
schools Kirkhill, Broxburn and St Nicholas RC, followed by secondary education at Broxburn Academy and St Margaret’s Academy. The town is increasingly popular with commuters thanks to its easy access to the M8 and M9 motorway networks, close proximity to Edinburgh airport and excellent public transport links including frequent high-speed rail connections to Edinburgh and Glasgow.