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Bright and well-presented, three-bedroom, lower quarter villa in the popular Pilton area, north of Edinburgh city centre. With private gardens to the front and rear, the accommodation is comprised of an entrance hallway, living room, kitchen, two double bedrooms, single bedroom, and a bathroom. Features include an impressive marble fireplace, gas central heating, TV and telephone points, uPVC double glazing, excellent storage provision, and ample unrestricted street parking. Lying around a mile and a half north of the city centre, the area offers a good range of local shops, with a large Morrisons supermarket on Ferry Road, and a Lidl on West Granton Road. Further convenience and speciality shopping is available in nearby Goldenacre, Comely Bank and Stockbridge, and Leith's Ocean Terminal offers a multi-screen cinema and a good range of high-street outlets and restaurants. Well-regarded schooling at all levels is available within the area, including Granton Primary School, and Edinburgh College. The Ainslie Park Leisure Centre offers a variety of recreational activities, including a fitness suite, and Inverleith Park, the Botanic Gardens, Cramond, Silverknowes and Newhaven all offer pleasant open spaces for walks.
Entrance Hallway - 13' 3'' x 3' 12'' (4.04m x 1.21m)
The hallway features carpeted flooring, a large store cupboard, power point, radiator, and inset lighting.
Living Room - 14' 12'' x 12' 0'' (4.57m x 3.67m)
This bright public room gives access to the kitchen, third bedroom, and the rear garden via French patio doors. Features a gas fireplace with marble surround, cornice, dado rail, TV and telephone points, a built-in store cupboard, radiator, and a central light fitting.
Kitchen - 12' 9'' x 6' 3'' (3.89m x 1.91m)
This fitted kitchen is set off the living room, with a window to the rear garden, and features a granite-effect worktop with tiled surround, stainless-steel sink with drainer, unit downlights, and tile-effect laminate flooring. Integrated appliances include a dishwasher, oven, gas hob, and canopy.
Bedroom One - 16' 8'' x 10' 10'' (5.09m x 3.31m)
This bright double bedroom has a front-facing bay window, over-bed wardrobe, a built-in cupboard/wardrobe, decorative cornicework, carpeted flooring, radiator, and a central light and ceiling fan.
Bedroom Two - 11' 5'' x 9' 7'' (3.47m x 2.93m)
The second double bedroom is set to the front, and features carpeted flooring, cornice, picture rail, radiator, and a pendant light fitting.
Bedroom Three - 6' 8'' x 6' 6'' (2.03m x 1.99m)
The third single bedroom is set off the living room, with a window to the side, and features wood-effect laminate flooring, radiator, and a pendant light fitting.
Bathroom - 7' 2'' x 5' 3'' (2.18m x 1.60m)
The bathroom is set off the hall, with a window to the side, and features an oval corner bath with an electric shower above, a white two-piece suite, tiled flooring and walls, ladder-style radiator and inset lighting.
The property features private front and rear gardens, the front measuring approx. 6m x 5m, and including a lawn, patio area and wood perimeter fencing. The secluded rear garden measures approx. 7.5m x 6m, and features a lawn, patio area, and tall privacy fencing.
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