A stunning flat has hit the market in East Lothian with argueably some of the best views in the area.
Located in the heart of North Berwick, the property is tucked away on the third floor of a historic grain store that has stood in the town for hundreds of years.
Now converted into apartments, the one-bedroom flat has become available for purchase, coming with beautiful vistas to look out over as well as a fresh and modern interior.
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Currently on the market for offers over £350,000, the home features an open plan living and kitchen area, with the sloped roof making for a cosy feel inside.
Keeping the decor neutral with some added splashes of colour, the apartment also includes a modern bathroom and well-sized bedroom that looks out onto the beach.
Speaking about the listing, agents Simpson and Marwick said: "Rarely available opportunity to purchase a charming one bedroom, third floor apartment forming part of an historic grain store with stunning views over the picturesque harbour to Craigleith Island and Fife beyond and North Berwick Law from the sitting room.
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"The apartment is accessed via a shared external staircase to the second floor and an internal staircase leads to the apartment. The well presented accommodation comprises a spacious hall with day bed and views to the Bass Rock, bright sitting room with an electric stove and a large window with a view of North Berwick Law, open plan kitchen/dining room fitted with modern units and having views over the harbour.
"There is a useful utility cupboard. The good sized double bedroom has a built in wardrobe and window with beach views. A modern bathroom with white suite and shower over the bath completes the well proportioned accommodation. There is a large attic accessed via a Ramsay style ladder and private parking space."
You can find more information here.
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