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Bonnie Prince Charlie’s cottage is now for sale

A historic two bedroom cottage where Bonnie Prince Charlie once stayed is on the market.

Known as Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Cottage, this charming property is brought to market by Knight Frank, and is where the Prince held council before the Battle of Prestonpans in 1745. Then a local inn, it is now a beautifully presented home, set in a charming location in the heart of the village.

The stylish interior of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Cottage

The house, on The Causeway, is entered via an entrance vestibule which has two useful store cupboards and a WC. The whole of the ground floor has been cleverly designed to maximise the space and has a wonderful open plan feel.

The sitting room occupies the main part, to the front of the house and has two pretty, south facing windows. Double doors connect through to a contemporary glass extension which is currently used as the dining area.

The beautifully designed, clean kitchen 

The amount of glass incorporated in to the design ensures the room is flooded with natural light. From here, sliding glass doors lead to the private patio garden.

Adjacent to the dining room is the kitchen which is well equipped and has been designed to maximise the storage space. The kitchen, dining room and sitting room are all connected making this a very social living space, ideal for entertaining.

Knight Frank present Bonnie Prince Charlie’s Cottage to market

On the first floor, the master bedroom runs the full depth of the building, giving it a wonderful feeling of light and space. There are useful built in wardrobes either side of the door. There is a further well proportioned double bedroom on this floor and an immaculate, contemporary bathroom with a separate bath and large shower.

The accommodation throughout is well balanced and has been beautifully decorated. The current owners have taken great care to sympathetically combine contemporary interior design with this delightful period property. The cottage would make a lovely permanent home but also a fabulous holiday cottage or buy to let investment.

Dining in natural light

Knight Frank will consider offers over £400,000.

For more details click HERE.