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202 Dean Road Bo'ness, EH51 0HH

THE PROPERTY

McEwan Fraser is delighted to present this superb three-bed mid terraced house to the market. The property is presented in excellent order having been extensively remodelled by the current owner.

Internally, the ground floor has been opened up to give a stunning dual aspect open plan lounge with a contemporary kitchen, working gas fire and exposed flooring.
The contemporary kitchen benefits from all new appliances, enhanced storage solutions, integrated gas cooker, four-ring gas hob and microwave as well as great views of the Forth.
The property also enjoys benefits from a ground floor WC.
There are two double bedrooms and a third single bedroom which all boast fitted wardrobes.
The property further benefits from a family bathroom, large loft for further storage, gas central heating, double glazing and elevated views towards the Firth of Forth and the Ochil Hills.
Externally, the property boasts artificial grass front and rear to cut down on maintenance and deal with the wear and tear of a young family.

This is a superb house and likely to be the best house of this style marketed in Bo'ness this year. Early viewing is highly recommended.

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THE LOCATION

Bo’ness sits on the banks of the River Forth, twenty minutes from Edinburgh Airport and ten minutes from the main Glasgow to Edinburgh rail line at Linlithgow.

The town contains the award-winning Hippodrome Cinema, a faithfully renovated 1912 working cinema showing the latest films daily. The Antonine Wall and the Kinneil House museum provide an insight into the earlier town and Bo’ness is of course host to the award-winning Scottish National Railway Museum with steam trains running during the summer from the restored town railway station.

The town centre has a selection of privately owned shops, cafes, pubs, hairdressers, takeaways as well as a Lidl and a Tesco whilst, from the house, there is easy access to the waterfront and only a five minute walk to the foreshore walks, a paradise for dogs. The John Muir Way, the long-distance footpath connecting Edinburgh to Glasgow, via Bridgeness Castle one way and The Kelpies the other is five minutes walk away.

202 Dean Road also give particularly easy access to Deanburn Primary School.