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Well-presented, one-bedroom, ground-floor flat set quietly to the rear of a Victorian stone-built tenement in Gorgie, lying west of Edinburgh city centre. The accommodation is comprised of an entrance hall, living room/kitchen, double bedroom, box room, and bathroom. An excellent first-time buy or buy-to-let opportunity, features include gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, and hardwood flooring in the hall and box room. Further features include a fitted kitchen with appliances, secure entry system, an additional external store in the communal stairwell, shared garden, and unrestricted street parking. Conveniently located for ease of access to the city centre, and the financial and educational institutions of Edinburgh, there is an excellent range of supermarkets, local shops, banking and postal services on Gorgie Road and Dalry Road, whilst Fountain Park Leisure Complex features a multi-screen cinema, Virgin Active health club, bars and restaurants. Highly-frequent bus services from Gorgie Road travel to the city centre and surrounding areas, with the city bypass and main motorway networks directly accessed via the A71.
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