£89,950 Fixed price
Beautifully-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat, set in a traditional stone-built tenement in the fashionable Broughton area of Edinburgh, lying north-east of the city centre. Freshly decorated for sale, this ideal starter home comprises an entrance hall, living room and fitted kitchen, double bedroom with integrated wardrobe, and shower room. Features include contemporary lighting and flooring throughout, electric storage heating, uPVC double-glazed windows, kitchen appliances, secure entry, and a shared garden. With ample permit street parking to the front, this convenient Broughton location lies on the edge of Edinburgh's New Town, and is handy for the attractions and amenities offered by the city centre, and at The Shore in Leith. There are a wide range of local amenities to cater for everyday needs, including shops, banks, post offices, newsagents, and a Tesco superstore. Broughton Street and Stockbridge are also within close proximity, providing an eclectic range of independent restaurants, bars and cafes. Inverleith Park and the Royal Botanic Gardens offer superb green open spaces, while regular bus services are on hand, providing easy access to the city centre and surrounding areas.
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