Take a look inside this historic Scottish blacksmiths which has original features and beautiful views

This stone-built former blacksmith’s offers new owners views of the rolling Pentland and Moorfoot Hills.

Friday, 27th September 2019, 3:05 pm
Picture: Warners

Built in the 1840’s, The Smithy comes complete with a large barn to the rear and gives buyers a unique opportunity to set up home in a historic property with great space and character. Situated on the outskirts of Gorebridge, this three bedroom, four bathroom property is on the market for offers over £395,000 with Warners Solicitors & Estate Agents.

The 27ft living room features original ceiling beams
The exposed stone fireplace with wood burning stove have been preserved to maintain the propertys character and charm.
The spacious kitchen has a dining area and is sure to be the hub of the home.

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As well as the original fireplace in the living room, the kitchen has a traditionally shaped window from when the house was a blacksmiths.
New owners can enjoy sunny days in the conservatory, which is located just off the living room.
The master bedroom is a spacious double room with en suite.
The en-suite shower room has a glass brick wall partition.
One of the three double bedrooms.
One of the four bathrooms in the property.
From the garden there are views of the Pentland and Moorfoot Hills.
The large south facing garden can be accessed via the patio doors in the conservatory and there is also a substantial paddock area approximately 1/3 of an acre on the other side of the house.
The barn at the rear of the property comes complete with an inspection pit - ideal for car enthusiasts.
Midlothian has a range of services including shops, school, medical services, leisure centre and good quality restaurants with both the A7 and A68 on the doorstep its just a 35 minute drive from bustling Edinburgh.