Seldom available five bedroom end terraced Victorian house with great charm and many original features’

5 bedrooms
3 public rooms
2 bathrooms

This handsome end terraced property retains much of its original Victorian charm having ornate cornicing, decorative tiling and solid timber doors and staircase. It is a spacious house (202m sq) which will appeal to purchasers of all age groups seeking a comfortable family home with the potential to form a separate “Granny flat” for an older family member or teenager. The property, all in excellent decorative order comprises at ground floor level, an entrance vestibule with original mosaic tiled floor, hallway with solid wooden staircase and storage cupboards, a traditional bay-windowed sitting room with ornate cornicing, open fireplace and an Edinburgh press cupboard, fitted kitchen/breakfastroom with an Aga range cooker, booth seating and table, an inner hall/study which leads to the large formal diningroom with ornate ceiling and door to the garden. There is a storage room with external door which once contained a staircase and allowed the formation of the “Granny flat”, this could once again be reinstated. At first floor level there is an upper landing with stained glass side window, the master bedroom which is a large front facing double bedroom with bay window, the second bedroom is located to the rear and has an en suite shower room and eaves storage space which with the reintroduction of the staircase would reinstate this as a separate “Granny flat”. There are two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom along with the family bathroom which is fully tiled and has a four piece white suite including an electric shower over the bath.

Perfect for families, the property has a gated, landscaped front garden and there is a fully enclosed rear garden with a variety of shrubs and laid to lawn. There is a large garage with up and over front door which is entered via the path to St Michael’s Church.

84 Inveresk Road is the beginning of a greatly admired symmetrical row of stone built properties within a short walk of the centre of Musselburgh. The historic seaside town of Musselburgh is located on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth only 8 miles from the centre of Edinburgh. It is a thriving and popular choice for purchasers of all age groups and commuters.  There is a busy shopping centre, large Tesco supermarket, health facilities, good schools (private and state) and many recreational amenities including a swimming pool and golf course.  Excellent bus services operate and there is a direct rail service into princes Street.

Key features

  • Spacious end terraced Victorian villa (1880)
  • Elegant sitting room and dining room
  • Kitchen/breakfastroom, utilityroom
  • Five bedrooms, en suite and study
  • Family bathroom
  • Potential for “Granny flat”
  • Well maintained gardens, large garage
  • EPC Band E, Council tax band G
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