7B King Street is a beautifully presented ground floor flat, situated to the rear of a traditional tenement building, close to the centre of Musselburgh. The entrance hall leads to a lovely bright lounge that has a useful dining or study recess and a feature fire surround with living flame gas fire. The kitchen is accessed off the lounge and has ample modern base and wall mounted units with complementary work surfaces and tiled splash back. There is an attractive double bedroom. The property has a shower room with a shower cubicle, a wash hand basin, extensive wall tiling and a chrome heated towel rail. Finally, there is a separate WC compartment with a window to the rear that has a WC and wash hand basin. The property has double glazing and gas central heating. There is a communal garden/drying green and there is on street parking to the front. All carpets and floor coverings, light fittings, curtains and blinds, the hob, oven and extractor hood are all included in the sale. Early viewing is highly recommended as this property will appeal to a wide variety of prospective purchasers, including first time buyers. The property is situated in the historic town of Musselburgh which is a bustling coastal town situated at the mouth of the river Esk, approximately seven miles to the east of Edinburgh city centre and surrounded by the beautiful East Lothian countryside. Musselburgh offers a comprehensive range of amenities, including a variety of specialist shops, a large Tesco supermarket, banking, building society and Post Office services. Musselburgh has a theatre, a variety of bars and restaurants and a range of leisure pursuits including riverside walks, fishing, Musselburgh Racecourse and a variety of golf courses including Musselburgh Old Golf Course. There is also a sports centre with swimming pool and Bannatynes Health club at nearby Newcraighall. Fort Kinnaird Retail Park, where you can find an extensive range of shopping facilities, a cinema and a variety of restaurants is also close by. Schooling is well represented in the area and the Queen Margaret University campus is nearby. Regular buses operate into Edinburgh and along the east coast whilst the A1 and City Bypass are easily accessible allowing commuting to Edinburgh and to all the major motorway networks. Musselburgh also has its own train station and Wallyford and Newcraighall stations are also nearby, providing links to Edinburgh and beyond.