Inside the apartment, accessed via a secure telephone-entry system, you are welcomed by a bright, spacious hallway with deep storage and a study area, looking out to greenery through a large window.
At the rear of the property is the open-plan kitchen, living and dining room, decorated in light neutral tones, with two large tilt & turn windows with a woodland outlook giving a relaxed ambience. Add to that the ample space for comfortable lounge furniture and a table for seated dining, making it perfect for entertaining. The kitchen is arranged in an L-shape to one side, maximising the sense of space. It features contemporary cabinets in cream, unit downlighting and a stainless steel sink. Appliances include an integrated oven, washing machine, and gas hob with an extractor hood above, and a free standing fridge/freezer.
The spacious bedroom offers convenient storage with two built-in wardrobes, carpeted flooring, and a generous window affording plenty of natural light. Completing the accommodation and set internally off the hall, the contemporary bathroom has a white three-piece suite with an electric shower unit over the bath, and tiled walls.
The property further benefits from gas central heating and double glazed windows throughout, ensuring a warm yet cosy- effective living environment.
Externally, the development benefits from access to a well-maintained communal garden and private residential parking.
The property subject to factor fees of £85.00 pcm.
Extras: Furniture as seen in the photographs and within the property can be purchased at an additional price, if required.
Auchendinny is a charming village located in Midlothian on the slopes of the River North Esk, northwest of Penicuik. Scenic outdoor spaces are in abundance making it ideal for peaceful country walks and pleasant cycling. This leafy village is situated beside the 18-hole Glencorse golf course which is a focal point of this location, and houses the Glencorse community centre, welcoming you to a wide range of activities and classes including yoga, art club and Zumba. You will find the Pentland Hills close by for more adrenaline-pumping activities, such as snow activities, mountain biking and trail walking.
Auchendinny is just over a mile to the town of Penicuik which boasts a good selection of eateries, homely pubs and cafes. Local supermarkets include a Tesco super store and Lidl, whilst near by Straiton retail park houses an array of retail outlet’s, cafes, restaurants and further supermarkets easily reached by bus services.
Local historic sites include the famous medieval Rosslyn Chapel and the ruins of Roslin castle, set within Roslin Glen, an area of outstanding beauty. Old Dalmore is a sought-after development that occupies the site of a former paper mill, still retaining its identity and character.
Local state schools options are available from primary to secondary.
This village is served well by frequent bus services located on the main road into Edinburgh, and offering easy access to the city bypass and the motorway network for those wishing to travel further.