The Glebe Kirkliston, Edinburgh, EH29

pcm£1,500

Available from: 01/07/24

4 bedrooms 3 bathrooms 2 public rooms Street parking

Features

  • South-facing garden with shed
  • Free on-street parking
  • Patio area
  • Gas fire
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher

Details

An expansive, four-bedroom, furnished end-of-terrace house in a quiet col-de-sac in the heart of the historic village of Kirkliston. With three separate WCs, a private south-westerly-facing garden and a separate utility space, this is an ideal family home. Available 1 July!

A major highlight of this house is its kitchen, which forms part of a recent extension to the property. This kitchen not only looks modern and sleek, but it has also been well-designed to accommodate a good deal of worktop and cupboard space. It boasts all the appliances you would expect in a quality rental, including a full-size dishwasher, an integrated microwave and a four-ring gas hob. A large freestanding American-style fridge-freezer and a sink overlooking the private garden complete this great family kitchen.

Double patio doors lead out from the kitchen into one of this property’s other standout features – its private garden. Perfect for summer sun, the garden boasts: a patio area for barbeques and sun lounging; a good-sized lawn for games and recreation; and a wooden shed for storing bikes, gardening equipment and outside toys.

Turning back to the house itself, the bright and airy living room is a great family space. This room's large, south-facing windows allow a flood of natural light to fill the space, while the inbuilt shutters mean that privacy can be easily achieved when wanted. Its focal point is its gas fire, making it a great place for family meals and gatherings on colder evenings. There is also ample space for the dining area. Note that the piano pictured is not included in the let.

The downstairs elevation of the property also includes a well-proportioned downstairs WC. There is also a utility room (with its own exterior door) that houses the washing machine and makes for great storage. The final room on this floor is the sole downstairs bedroom. While its bright colours make it a perfect children’s bedroom could just as easily be used as an office or games room.

An impressive open riser staircase leads to the first floor. This floor has three bedrooms, a family bathroom and an ensuite shower room. Two of the bedrooms a large doubles and have lots of fitted storage space, while the third bedroom is a single. Both the family bathroom and the ensuite have been recently renovated to a high-standard. They both make great use of tiling and heated towel rails. Having two separate wash facilities within the house (as well as an additional toilet downstairs) make this property a great find for families.

While the plentiful space and rooms within this house may be appealing on their own, the double glazing, relatively new combi boiler and great EPC rating for this property (“C”) is great for those looking to keep a lid on their energy bills.

The house is located on a quiet cul-de-sac within the village of Kirkliston. Kirkliston is a medieval village, just a few miles beyond the western edges of Edinburgh, set amongst the agricultural scenery of West Lothian. The historic village centre is less than a minute's walk from the property and is its own designated conservation area. Evidently charming, the village also a hub of activity with plenty of local amenities. This includes a pub, a small supermarket, a GP practice, a pharmacy, a library and eateries.

With ample free parking at the property, nothing is beyond reach. There is a large Tesco superstore just a 5-minute drive away at nearby South Queensferry. Additionaly, the large large Lidl in Broxburn, the Gyle Shopping Centre and Hermiston Gait Retail Park can easily be reached in a short drive. There is easy access to major arteries such as the A8 (to Edinburgh), M9 (to Falkirk), M8 (to Glasgow) and M90 (to Fife). There are also regular bus services from a bus stop on Main Street (only a few minutes' walk away), as well as regular rail services from Dalmeny Station (a 10-minute drive). This makes commuting into Edinburgh city centre or even Glasgow very simple. For those wanting to head abroad for business or holidays, Scotland's busiest airport is only a 15-20 minute drive.

Kirkliston is perfect for both families and nature lovers. There are a multitude of country parks, public gardens and open walks in the surrounding area. Allison Park (containing a playground) and the banks of River Almond (a starting point for walks in the countryside) are both less than 10 minutes' walk away. The well-regarded local primary school is just a 5-minute walk away and there is a nursery on the same street.

Deposit: £2250 EPC rating: C. Council tax band: C, Landlord Registration Number: 524673/230/06062. Letting Agent Registration Number: LARN1812036.