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8 Horsburgh Grove, Balerno EH14 7BU
£490,000 Offers Over
Property SummaryOpen Sunday Viewing 2pm to 4pm or viewing by private appointment available.
Substantial detached villa situated within the sought after village of Balerno on the outskirts of Edinburgh, an ideal commuter base to Edinburgh itself and also to further afield with its close proximity to the city bypass and motorway network.
The property is in move in condition and would make an ideal family home.
The accommodation comprises: entrance vestibule, cloakroom/WC, reception hall, generously proportioned living room with access to garden, dining room with access to the garden, a further family room and a good sized kitchen with appliances. There is also a study/bedroom 5 located on this floor.
On the upper level there is a spacious master bedroom with en-suite sauna and a Juliet balcony overlooking the garden. Two further double bedrooms and a good sized single bedroom, along with a handy utility room completes the first floor accommodation.
The front garden offers a fully monoblocked driveway with single garage and car port.
The rear garden is perfectly landscaped with laid to lawn and multiple seating areas to enjoy upcoming summer evenings.
Balerno is a sought-after residential village, some eight miles south-west of the city centre. Lying off the A70, it is ideal for commuting by bus or car, with the nearby City Bypass connecting to the
main trunk routes and Edinburgh airport. The thriving community supports a range of local shopping, services and amenities, including sports clubs, a swimming pool, and well-regarded primary and high schools. There are supermarkets at The Gyle and Hermiston Gait retail parks and at
Colinton and Longstone. Balerno lies on the edge of the Pentland Hills Regional Park and is convenient for pleasant woodland pathways along the Water of Leith, around Harlaw and Threipmuir, and in Balerno?s Malleny Gardens, with golf courses at Dalmahoy and Baberton.