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Earlshall Cottage

Carberry, Musselburgh, East Lothian, EH21 8PZ

Offers Over £475,000


  • 3 double bedrooms with en-suites

  • Large open plan kitchen with Aga

  • Modern and spacious interior

  • Double garage

  • Beautiful mature garden with summer house

SITUATION
Situated within the rural hamlet of Carberry, formerly a part of Elphinstone Estate, in East Lothian. A short distance from Musselburgh, the cottage has a rural feel whilst remaining within close commuting distance to Edinburgh. The surrounding area hosts …

SITUATION
Situated within the rural hamlet of Carberry, formerly a part of Elphinstone Estate, in East Lothian. A short distance from Musselburgh, the cottage has a rural feel whilst remaining within close commuting distance to Edinburgh. The surrounding area hosts numerous country walks from your doorstep, while nearby Musselburgh provides a variety of local amenities, including primary and secondary schooling. Fort Kinnaird and Straiton Retail Parks are also within easy reach.

DESCRIPTION
Earlshall is a traditional stone-built cottage, with stunning architectural features along with a modernised and spacious interior. The bright and flexible accommodation is located over two floors. The large kitchen provides an oil-fired Aga, Belfast sink and central island unit, with access out onto a patio area and garden beyond that provides the perfect place to entertain.

The property also benefits from a double-garage and ample storage space.

GARDEN
A beautiful mature garden with an attractive summer house and patio area creates a wonderful
private space to enjoy the outdoors. In addition there is a hidden orchard, green house and large
timber shed currently utilised as a gym.

Prospective purchasers should be aware that the ground tinted grey and shown on the plan has been occupied by successive owners of the property for some time but is not included in the sale. Prospective purchasers should offer for the legal extent of the property and should be guided by their solicitor