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This tastefully-decorated, light and spacious, one-bedroom, third-floor (top) flat, is set to the front of a traditional stone-built tenement in Edinburgh's Fountainbridge area. Enjoying fine views over the city skyline and the Forth toward the distant Fife hills, the accommodation consists of an entrance hall, living/dining room, kitchen, large double bedroom and shower room. Well-proportioned throughout, features include modern uPVC double glazing, gas central heating, cable TV and telephone points, and excellent cupboard space. There is ample permit-controlled, on-street parking within the immediate area, and well-kept communal grounds to the rear. Fountainbridge lies within walking distance of the city centre (1.5 miles), West End, Haymarket rail station and tram stop, Edinburgh's financial district, and Edinburgh Quay, with its canal-side bars, restaurants and bistros. The area is undergoing a rapid transformation from commercial use to office and residential, with a burgeoning range of local service amenities springing up to meet the new demands. The neighbouring districts of Gorgie and Bruntsfield provide a broad selection of supermarkets, specialised boutiques, coffee shops, bars and restaurants. Within a few hundred yards is the Fountain Park Leisure Complex with a multi-screen cinema, Virgin Active gym, bowling alley, and popular food outlets. Edinburgh Quay sits at the end of the Union Canal, along which there are fine canal-side walkways, with the extensive Harrison Park around half a mile to the west.
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