A charming 3 bedroom, semi-detached home in a peaceful courtyard
A charming 3 bedroom, semi-detached home in a peaceful courtyard.The Hay Barn, entered through a spacious hallway, offers a downstairs bedroom and shower room and a fabulous kitchen/living space on the ground floor. This home benefits from huge amounts of natural light entering the kitchen/living space from two aspects as well as a convenient study and utility room. Upstairs, there is a well proportioned principal bedroom with fabulous walk in wardrobes and ensuite shower room. The other double bedroom benefits from a huge store which is rarely found in new build homes. This floor is complete with a family bathroom and another large store cupboard.Brunstane Home Farm is approached along the Brunstane Burn path through the lime tree avenue bypassing the 14th century mansion. Located within the original grounds of the 14th Century Brunstane House, these five newly constructed homes have been built round an attractive courtyard which provides a sense of community, whilst offering stylish and flexible accommodation. These traditional designed properties each have their own distinct character and layout resulting in the creation of truly unique three, four and five bedroom homes. Whilst the external appearance of these buildings are traditional, all care has been taken to include contemporary features designed to provide the comforts of 21st century living.This suburban location, immaculate contemporary design and finishes, and with the individual nature of each property, combine to make these properties highly appealing. The provision of private outdoor spaces, resident's private parking and the stunning courtyard setting, really make this quite a unique opportunity within Edinburgh.An EPC and council tax band will be confirmed prior to completion of the properties.Some images have been computer generated and are for illustrative purposes only.Viewings are now available and properties due for completion August 2022.
Brunstane lies in a quiet and popular residential suburb 4 miles to the east of Edinburgh city centre, just off the A1 with easy access to the city bypass and wider motorway network. Brunstane is very well served by public transport with Brunstane railway station within 350 metres on the Borders Railway re-opened in 2015 providing services between Tweedbank and Edinburgh Waverley station (8 minutes) and beyond. Brunstane is well served with frequent bus services on Milton Road. National Cycle Network NCNI can be accessed at Brunstane Station providing a safe route into the city centre and South to Dalkeith, Eskbank, Temple and beyond. A further cycle route follows the cycle path along Brunstane Burn towards Musselburgh and on to East Lothian.Comprehensive shopping and leisure facilities are available at the nearby impressive Fort Kinnaird Retail Park (with a variety of retailers, a cinema and food outlets) and the adjacent large Asda supermarket with an increasing number of local artisan and speciality shops in the thriving nearby seaside towns of Portobello “Stockbridge by the sea” and the great town of Musselburgh five minutes' drive away. A Bannatyne Health Club and Spa in Newcraighall is a short walk away.Holyrood Park, Duddingston Golf Course and Portobello Public Park, Promenade, Beach and Swim Centre are within cycling / walking distance, Newhailes House (a national Trust property), Musselburgh Racecourse and the wonderful beaches, scenic coastline and golf courses of East Lothian are an effortless drive away. The local area is served by the Edinburgh College at the Milton Road campus which features a modern gym and tennis courts. There are a number of schools in the local area from nursery to senior level, including Loretto School which caters for age groups from 3 – 18 years.