Milton Cottage is a charming detached stone built cottage which lies under a pitched slate roof. The property was originally four workers cottages, which have been combined and further extended to create a spacious family home on one level.
The property is entered from the front, via an entrance vestibule, leading into a welcoming dining hall, with a window to the front. Located off the dining hall are the sitting room, which boasts a log burner and windows to the front and rear, and a modern fitted kitchen which is complete with integrated fridge, electric double oven and microwave and gas hob. There is space for a table and chairs, ideal for breakfasting, in addition to a useful utility and laundry room complete with pantry. A newly fitted conservatory is situated off the kitchen and offers a fantastic and peaceful outlook over the garden.
A hallway leads off the dining hall and provides access to flexible and well proportioned accommodation, which includes: six double bedrooms, 2 of which are currently being used as studies, a family bathroom, a shower room and a separate cloakroom/W.C. There is an additional door to the front of the property which gives access to the hallway should someone wish to create a separate granny annex or space for teenagers or guests.
Externally the property sits within a generous garden plot, which extends to approximately 0.64 acres, and offers a particularly flexible and private outdoor space ideal for children and pets. To the front of the property there is a driveway with space for at least 2 cars and a detached garage. To the rear of the property is a mature, landscaped garden, mainly laid to lawn, interspersed with a mixture of well established trees, plants and shrubs, an ornamental pond and vegetable beds. A patio area offers space for entertaining and alfresco dining.
Outbuildings: There is a stone log shelter, garden shed and greenhouse within the garden grounds.
Milton Cottage is situated in a semi-rural location on the southern edge of the popular town of South Queensferry.
South Queensferry is situated approximately 8 miles to the west of Edinburgh and is well connected by both road and train. The village extends along the banks of the Forth and offers a good selection of services including a retail complex, excellent local shops, banks and building societies, several restaurants and sports facilities. The Forth Bridges are a major focal point and there are excellent leisure facilities including golf courses, parks, a bowling green and Port Edgar marina.
Dalmeny rail station offers frequent and direct train links to Haymarket and Waverley stations in the east, and Fife and Perth in the north. Edinburgh International Airport lies a few miles to the south and there is easy access to the M8 and M9 motorways, as well as to Edinburgh Business Park and The Gyle retail complex. There is excellent local schooling available at nursery, primary and secondary level in South Queensferry and Dalmeny whilst Cliftonhall, Cargilfield, Fettes College, The Edinburgh Academy, Stewarts Melville/Mary Erskine's and St George's Schools can all be easily reached by road and train.