Reference 23466
Address 4 Highfield, Livingston Village, West Lothian
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Beds 4
Baths 3
Type Detached house
Tenure Freehold

This deceptively large 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, 3 reception bungalow offers generous accommodation. From a vast games room, an expansive living room and a glass walled dining room it really is a versatile home.


Key Features

- a smart limed oak dining kitchen

- a stunning hard wood conservatory

- beautifully proportioned living room

- elegant glass walled dining room

- two luxury en suite bedrooms

- vast games room with full size snooker table

- wonderful , mature gardens with specimen planting


Vestibule 2.4m x 1.1m

Reception hallway 4.8m x 4.3m 5.5m x 1.1m

Living room 6.3m x 5.5m

Conservatory 3.8m x 3.6m

Dining room 3.6m x 3.5m

Kitchen 4.8m 3.9m

Utility 2.9m x 1.9m

Master bedroom 3.6m x 3.5m

En suite 3.6m x 1.8m

Bedroom two 4.6m x 4.1m

En suite 3m x 1.8m

Bedroom three 9.4m x 4.6m

Bedroom four 3.5m x 2.9m

Principal bathroom 3.6m x 2.7m

Upper hall 2.9m x 1.8m

Exclusive by Design

Rooted in a small exclusive estate of individually designed houses, this deceptively large four bedroom, three bathroom, three reception chalet bungalow offers wonderfully generous accommodation. From a vast games room, gloriously expansive living room and a chic glass walled dining room, it's a home with something for everyone.

Beautifully Elegant

The entrance vestibule offers great storage for all the fuss and leads into an amazing hexagonal reception hall from which all the main rooms flow. To the right is a smart limed oak dining kitchen with a breakfast peninsula and integrated hob, oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer and microwave. Adjacent, through double doors is an elegant and beautifully proportioned living room with feature gas fireplace and a glass wall allowing you to view the dining room, keeping everyone connected. Also from here patio doors open up into a stunning hard wood conservatory with lovely views out over the garden.

Conveniently on the ground floor, there is a tranquil master bed room with fitted wardrobes and a luxurious double basin en suite. Bedroom four is also on this level and enjoys full wall integrated robes and is served by a sumptuous principal bathroom with spa bath, separate shower and bidet. In addition on this floor is a handy utility with washing machine, great storage and access to the garage.

Room to Grow

A sweeping stairway rises up to the first floor, where there is a spacious landing which could be ideal space for a computer base or quiet reading spot. To the right is a second generous en suite bedroom with fitted wardrobes. The room is lit by five perfect sky view windows allowing you to lie in bed a watch the stars. Across the landing through double doors is a vast games room/bedroom three, which revels in a full size, perfectly lit snooker table: a real "boys own" dream.

Glorious Gardens

The garden to the rear is fully enclosed and private with lawns , mature planting and a pretty summer house. To the front there is a lawned and beautifully landscaped garden with specimen trees and a double garage with large paviour driveway parking for several vehicles.

Location and Amenities

Livingston’s ‘new town’ status belies its’ ancient origins. Picture the scene, a 12th century Flemish entrepreneur called De Leving was granted land in the beautiful Almond valley. Sheltered on the south side by the Pentland hills, and on the north side by the Bathgate hills, he would have found it difficult to believe his luck! To protect his family and retinue he set about building a fortified peel tower – the natives could be a bit hostile – and the surrounding settlement became known as Levingstoun.

In the mid 17th century Sir Patrick Murray bought the lands and the old peel tower. Here he created a beautiful home and one of the first botanical gardens in Scotland. Specimens from these gardens were taken to form the world famous botanical gardens in Edinburgh.

During the industrial revolution and into the 19th century, Livingston thrived. The development of the oil shale industry brought wealth and opportunity to the area. In fact, there wouldn’t be a Texan oil industry if it weren’t for the technology developed in the nearby village of Addiewell and Livingston at this time.

Livingston Village

For entertainment Livingston has a wealth of great cafes, bars and restaurants. And if the buzz of Edinburgh calls, you can be in the city centre, by rail, in less than half an hour, to enjoy world-class venues for theatre, ballet, the Festival, the Tattoo and other seasonal entertainments. Easy access to the M8 and M9 motorway networks ensure swift travel times to Edinburgh airport, throughout the central belt and beyond.

Excellent shopping experiences abound at The Centre; a comfortable all year fest of famous brands and services for your delight and delectation.

Highly regarded educational facilities are equally accessible and range from Livingston Village and Peel primaries to James Young and St Margaret’s high schools. There are also great local nurseries providing all day and wrap around

In the surrounding area there is an abundance of countryside to explore. From the Bathgate hills to the Pentlands, not to mention close to home, Polkemmet, Beecraigs and Almondell, three beautiful country parks, with a great variety and opportunity for outdoor leisure pursuits.


  • Central heating
  • Double glazed
  • Conservatory

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