Not many houses offer an entrance drive like this one, the minute you enter into this leafy driveway you will feel the imposing grandeur of Kinneil House. A more tranquil setting would be hard to find, nestled within its grounds is this stunning B listed character home which has its own unique appeal. Dating back to the eighteenth century, these lovely cottages would have originally housed workers employed by the Duke of Hamilton. Of particular note of this home are the mature private grounds that can be found to the rear. Full of charm and character of a bygone era this property has been sympathetically modernised to provide an excellent standard of accommodation to the principle lower apartments featuring Limestone flooring (fitted by Strathearn Stone and Timber - January 2019) to the kitchen and hall. Homes like this do not come to the open market very often. Kinneil Estate is steeped in history of its own and remnants of the Antoine Wall are also close by.
The accommodation is formed over two levels and has been finished to a high specification comprising of a lovely light and airy reception hallway, dual aspect facing lounge with exposed stone fireplace, a fabulous complementary fitted dining kitchen with stunning Silestone worktops. A separate WC then completes the lower accommodation. Upstairs to where the three generous bedrooms and a bright three piece family bathroom can also be found.
There is great storage integrated within the layout including a floored attic with power sockets and lighting. Other useful features include gas central heating and a newly installed fuse box (October 2018).
Externally the property sits in large private and secure grounds that are mainly laid to lawn with off street parking and a single detached garage to the rear. The stone walled rear gardens are truly beautiful with many well planted flower beds which offer an array of colour and offer privacy and security.
Bo'ness is an area steeped in history and this family home is within the historic Kinneil Estate, built on ground gifted to the Duke of Hamilton in the 14th century. Providing a rare mix of historic living with excellent commuter links on your doorstep. There are local shopping facilities in the attractive town centre, providing a wide variety of specialised boutiques. Bo'ness is situated off the River Forth with its harbour and nature walks. The area proves popular with commuters seeking access via surrounding road and motorway networks to centres of business throughout the central belt with a main line rail link in the nearby town of Linlithgow providing express services to both Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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