Detached House for Sale in North Queensferry

4 Bedrooms | Offers Over £515,000

17 East Bay, North Queensferry KY11 1JX

With the iconic Forth Rail bridge as its backdrop, this charming, unique detached house in North Queensferry forms part of a small, exclusive development and enjoys four bedrooms, several reception areas, and three bathrooms, plus a private balcony, low-maintenance gardens, a double driveway with a car port, and a detached single garage.

The house instantly endears with its partial brick exterior and pantile roof, and once inside, generously-proportioned rooms, neutral décor and contemporary touches throughout create an attractive home, designed with the modern family in mind. The front door opens into a practical entrance vestibule, flowing through to a central hallway with space for furniture items. Straight ahead, double doors open into a wonderfully bright and spacious kitchen with patio doors leading out to the garden. Here, arranged around a central breakfasting island is a fantastic selection of country-style, cream- coloured cabinets accompanied by honey-toned wood worktops, offering a wealth of storage and housing integrated appliances including a waist- height electric oven, an eye-level microwave, a gas hob, a fridge, and a dishwasher. This leaves plenty of room for a comfortable seating area, and an adjoining utility room (with external access) houses a range of cabinets, a freestanding fridge/freezer and a washing machine. A dining room is conveniently connected to the kitchen by double doors and can also be accessed form the hall. This substantial, dual-aspect room offers generous floorspace for at least an eight- seater dining table and further furniture.

The ground floor is also home to three of the four bedrooms on offer, served by a family bathroom. The bedrooms (two doubles and a single) all incorporate built-in wardrobes and one enjoys a sunny aspect and rear garden views. The contemporary, fully-tiled four-piece bathroom comprises a bathtub, a separate, double walk-in shower, a basin set into storage, and a toilet.

From the hall, a charming spiral staircase leads to a first-floor landing, which in turn affords access to a living room, a home office, the master suite, and a shower room. The spacious double-aspect living room enjoys a semi open-plan layout to a snug, with both areas offering flexibility for various furniture layouts. The living room enjoys neutral décor enhanced by a cosy fitted carpet and a handsome period-inspired fireplace, whilst the snug boasts a wraparound balcony with lovely views of the adjacent harbour. The master suite stretches the entire depth of the first floor and boasts a walk-in closet and an exceptionally spacious, chicly-tiled en-suite shower room with a deluxe walk-in shower, a basin with incorporated storage, a toilet, and a towel warmer. Finally, the shower room comprises a corner shower enclosure, a basin set into storage, a toilet, and a chrome towel radiator. The home is heated by an efficient gas central heating system (with underfloor heating in the kitchen) and benefits from partial double-glazed windows throughout. Also, the property has solar panels installed to rear of house and benefits from the Scottish Power Energy Cashback scheme. Outside, the house is accompanied by low-maintenance gardens to the front and rear. The rear garden enjoys views of the Forth Rail Bridge and features several seating areas, a raised plant bed, and a greenhouse. Excellent private parking is provided by a double driveway, incorporating a car port, and a detached single garage.

Extras: All fitted floor coverings, window blinds, light fittings, integrated appliances, fridge/freezer and washing machine to be included in the sale. EPC Rating B

The historic village of North Queensferry is located between the iconic Forth Bridge and the Forth Road Bridge, on the north side of the Firth of Forth, and is an ideal location for families looking for a quiet retreat away from the busyness of the city.

The village was listed by The Sunday Times as one of the Best Places to Live in Scotland in 2016, and it's easy to see why, with its picturesque pier and Port Laing beach.

  • Small, exclusive development

  • Unique detached house

  • Generous living room

  • Snug with wraparound balcony

  • Country-style breakfasting kitchen

  • Spacious formal dining room

  • Three double bedrooms

  • One single bedroom

  • One en-suite shower room

  • Separate shower room