Midlothian for sale: C-listed 1820s house in Dalkeith reminiscent of cottage in hit-film 'The Holiday'
This C-listed 1820s house in Dalkeith, reminiscent of the cottage in Hollywood movie 'The Holiday', is currently available at offers over £250,000.
This wonderful home at 8 London Road retains many period features and offers a wealth of character and charm throughout, creating a lovely rustic, country-cottage style feel. The property has been extensively upgraded by the present owners, providing a beautiful home in true move-in condition. Viewing is highly recommended to be fully appreciated.
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