Set within a sympathetic conversion of a mid-19th century C-listed malting barn, store and kiln in historic Linlithgow, this onebedroom first-floor flat offers a bright and spacious home with the added benefit of ample residents’ parking and landscaped communal grounds.
Situated on the green fringes of the popular West Lothian town, the established development is close to excellent local amenities, including a wide range of independent shops and businesses, well-regarded schools, leisure facilities and
the bustling train station.
Instantly recognisably by its distinctive pyramidal-roofed kiln and rustic stone façade, the building is accessed via a secure entrance and a shared foyer with stairs to the upper floors.
Stepping into the flat, the good-sized hall leads into the well proportioned dining room, which boasts twin archways into
the kitchen and lounge respectively. The galley kitchen is lined with ample fitted storage and workspace, and is replete with an integrated electric hob and a single oven, plus a freestanding washing machine and a fridge/freezer (all included in the sale).
The generous, dual-aspect lounge enjoys favourable evening sun and, coupled with the dining room, represents a versatile, open-plan space for relaxing and entertaining. Returning to the hall, the double bedroom allows flexible scope for an assortment of furniture, and also incorporates a fitted wardrobe with sliding mirror doors. The three-piece bathroom is equipped with a modern three-piece suite, including an electric shower-overbath and useful under-basin storage. Traditional double-glazed casement windows ensure optimum comfort and efficiency.
The property enjoys access to landscaped garden grounds and ample residents’ parking directly adjacent.
EPC Rating - "C"